The idea is a simple one: an assembly of young people without the presence of adults. They are not accompanied, guided or assessed by their elders, but simply join together and share their own points of view among themselves. Since October 2018, this has been the premise underlying the debates about the present and the future that have been held in Culturgest’s Small Auditorium, based on current affairs. In discussing subjects ranging from borders to sadness, and including matters related with Culturgest’s programming, young people between the ages of 14 and 18 have returned to questioning the state of the world and getting to know one another. Everything takes place with the complicity of technology: a giant screen on the stage, video, projectors and even voice messages.
In this first half of the year, Brainstorm will be returning in order to debate two themes that are guaranteed to spark a great deal of conversation: family and money.
Maria José Mira
Raquel Ribeiro dos Santos e convidados