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Project title: Onboarding of writers from portuguese speaking world.
One-liner: purpose: Encourage poets and writers from the portuguese speaking world to create their own literary NFT’s.
Project DAO: NFT Onboarding
Frederico Parreira (frnvpr.near)
Juliana Matsumura (jmm.near)
Sâmia Siqueira (samiasns.near)
Project Summary: Novelists, poets, dramatists and script-writers produce thousands of lines of text without ever being paid. We want to bring them to the Near community and help them create their NFT’s, self-organize and find new ways of monetizing their work.
Starting with Lisbon, and then reaching out to every place where someone writes in portuguese, be it a novel, a play, a script or any other form of literary creation, we want to bring in writers and help them be a part of this rapidly changing new world of web 3.
What we want to do:
We want to serve as a gateway for writers from all the portuguese speaking world (Angola, Brasil, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau, Moçambique, Portugal, São Tomé e Príncipe, Timor Leste, Guiné Equatorial) to enter the NEAR community and use its tools.
We want to bring in specialists and organize workshops on topics such as cryptocurrencies, governance, NFT making and networking. We want writers to be able to grasp and evolve in the web 3 world.
We want to be inclusive and foster an ecosystem where writers in all stages of their careers and provenance have a place to share their work and talk on important matters.
We want to implement a system of p2p reviews, feedback and community-driven creative hubs, where aspiring writers and students can meet established writers, each other, and grow.
This things will allow us to strengthen the literary community online and without barriers, help writers imagine news ways of monetizing literary work, of finding new audiences, new public and new partnerships.
The NEAR ecosystem and the crypto space in general can help artists from all languages and métiers to bypass the establishment and reinvent the world. We really believe there is room to grow, and maybe we will serve as an example for other languages, and other communities.
Frederico Parreira: Writer born in Lisbon, 1986. Lives and works in Lisbon. He studied Multimedia at Escola Superior de Comunicação Social (Escs), Cinema at Universidade Lusófona and Literature at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. In the beginning of his career worked in cinema as a cinematographer and director. His first short-film. Caímos Juntos, was selected for the festivals IndieLisboa 2013 and Curtas de Vila do Conde 2013. Since then has worked primarily as a writer and script-doctor, collaborating both in short and feature films, for example with TerraTreme filmes. In 2017 was awarded a literature scholarship from the CNC-Centro Nacional de Cultura. He is a late but enthusiastic crypto adopter.
Juliana Matsumura: Visual artist born in Sao Paulo, 1993. Lives and works in Lisbon since 2013 collaborating with Arroz Estúdios as Social Media Assistant and Studio Manager. She graduated in Drawing at Ar.Co School and has attended Fashion Degree at University of Sao Paulo. The artist is a member of the art collective Risco Coletivo and she is also part of the contemporary art group Now.Here Lisboa. She’s been exhibiting her work since 2017, having participated in many art residencies, workshops, events and collaborative projects.
Sâmia Siqueira: Sâmia Siqueira holds a Master’s degree in Cultural Studies at ISCTE- IUL and graduated in Museology at Brasília University. Her research is based on the study of possible relationships between new technologies, museums and Art. She has experience in working with museums, with emphasis on cataloguing collections, preventive conservation and setting up exhibitions. She has worked as a museologist in several Brazilian institutions such as Casa da Memória da Arte Brasileira, Galeria de Arte do Banco Central, Museu Vivo da Memória Candanga, among other spaces. Currently she participates in the European project Migrantour with the Associação Renovar a Mouraria and also works with the Coletivo Tarimba. Coletivo Tarimba is an art collective founded in Lisbon, in 2018, by eight women working in the arts and humanities. Tarimba was born from a desire to promote the work of young artists internationally and within the Portuguese contemporary art scene - curators, collectors and researchers. Without their own space, Tarimba works in partnership with alternative and institutional venues to promote exhibitions. Besides that, the collective has a social program to include the local community in their activities.