PROJECT

Windows to the world was born during the period of obligatory social isolation ordered by many countries to prevent the infection of Covid-19. The proposal was to accompany childhoods in this unusual experience through art and collective creation, offering the opportunity to think with others and know that being at home does not imply being isolated.

The sample gathers the works of boys, girls and artists from different countries that dare to peek out their windows and tell together how the world looks like from their houses.

Windows to the world is an initiative of Pakapaka channel carried out together with the TAL Network - a union of public, educational and cultural television stations in Latin America - with the support of UNICEF.

Participating countries: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Romania, and Venezuela.

In this project participated:

ARGENTINA: Pakapaka, Abra TV, Mundo U, Universidad de Quilmes, Universidad de la Plata, Universidad de Mar del Plata, Universidad de San Luis, Universidad Nacional de La Matanza, Universidad de Río Negro, Canal Xama de la Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos, Universidad de Lanús, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Universidad Nacional de Misiones

BULGARIA: Canal BNT

COLOMBIA: Canal Capital, Teleislas

COSTA RICA: SINART, Canal 13

CUBA: Cubavision

GUATEMALA: TV Usac

MEXICO: Canal 22, Canal 26 Radio y Televisión de Aguascalientes, Sistema Zacatecano de Radio y Televisión, Mexiquense, TV4 Guanajuato Sistema Chiapaneco de Radio y Televisión, Jalisco TV, Canal de Televisión del Congreso General de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa, Sistema de Radio y Televisión de Nuevo León - Canal 28

PANAMA: SerTV

PERU: TV Peru/Canal IPE

URUGUAY: TV Ciudad

VENEZUELA: Telesur, VTV

NICARAGUA: Cinemateca Nacional

BRAZIL: TV Senado

ECUADOR: Educa TV

ROMANIA: Radio Romania