Ethnological Museum of Thrace
Representing contemporary migration by Giannis Koukmas
Representing contemporary migration through participatory projects
Giannis Koukmas describes projects developed by the Ethnological Museum of Thrace on representing contemporary migration through participatory projects, sharing food, community engagement and giving.
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