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Archive of the Graphic Resistance

Santiago, Chile

Experience hosted by Roger

2 hours
Includes food
Up to 4 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

First we will welcome the visitors, offer them coffee or any other type of refreshments. The experience itself is about looking at a tremendous collection of posters and other type of graphic work, as this is taking place we will fill in any blanks about the history of the political struggle that took place in Chile. We will finish the experience offering a lunch to our guests and having a afterlunch conversation.
Other things to note
We will offer refreshments, such as juice, sodas, coffee; as well as burritos and sandwichs after the experience: These items are included in the price.
First we will welcome the visitors, offer them coffee or any other type of refreshments. The experience itself is about looking at a tremendous collection of posters and other type of graphic work, as this is taking place we will fill in any blanks about the history of the political struggle that took place in Chile. We will finish the experience offering a lunch to our guests and having a afterlunch conversation.
Other things to note
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What's included

  • Food
    coffee, tea, juice or soda.
    light lunch, salad
From $50
/ person
No dates available

Meet your host, Roger

Host on Airbnb since 2018
  • 4 Reviews
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I am an activist of Human Rights and an advocate of maintainning the history of the resistance to the dictatorship of Pinochet. I do live in a Cultural Center, the oldest in Chile; Taller Sol, where this experience will take place. We do neighborhood and grassroots type of work. We are self supported and we are looking forward to having more visitors. We will go through a fine selection of graphic work realized under dictatorship. As we go through them the history of the struggle unfolds. This is not mass media neither the official story. The years around this archive had given me a level of expertise. The director of the center is one of the artists depicted in the posters. So whenever I have a question I go straight to the source. Having grown up around this political propaganda I can share the feeling and emotion of yesteryears...
I am an activist of Human Rights and an advocate of maintainning the history of the resistance to the dictatorship of Pinochet. I do live in a Cultural Center, the oldest in Chile; Taller Sol, where this experience will take place. We do neighborhood and grassroots type of work. We are self supported and we are looking forward to having more visitors. We will go through a fine selection of graphic work realized under dictatorship. As we go through them the history of the struggle unfolds. This…
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Where you'll be

The experience will take place at the Archive of the Graphic Resistance located at the Cultural Center Taller Sol, We will eat lunch at our library , where we will have our final conversation about what they have seen first hand.

Rated 4.75 out of 5 from 4 reviews.

Kevin
March 2020
The archives are an incredible place with a perspective on Chilean history that you won't see anywhere else. It's one thing to see protest art on the street and another to take a look at it through the eyes of its creator and hear the stories that brought it out onto the streets. Roger and Antonio were some of the coolest guys we've met, ever.
The archives are an incredible place with a perspective on Chilean history that you won't see anywhere else. It's one thing to see protest art on the street and another to take a l…
Pallavi
March 2020
Antonio and Roger were some of the most interesting people we met in Santiago. They were passionate, knowledgeable, and kept it real. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to learn more about Chilean politics and the history of resistance during and after Pinochet.
Antonio and Roger were some of the most interesting people we met in Santiago. They were passionate, knowledgeable, and kept it real. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who…
Michael
January 2020
This was a wonderful and unique experience that gives you a broad overview on the history of graphic arts in the city. The host made me feel very welcomed and offered some great background and conversation. I recommend asking a lot of questions and not just viewing the collection solo. There's so much in this archive and the experience will serve you best to have them walk you through everything you're seeing.
This was a wonderful and unique experience that gives you a broad overview on the history of graphic arts in the city. The host made me feel very welcomed and offered some great b…
Casey
October 2019
This is a truly unique experience - if you know anything about the history of Chile, particularly in the 20th century, and into the 21st, you know that the Chilean people have dealt with a lot of repression and plutocracy with verve and panache. This Archive is proof of that verve, panache, and dedication to gaining real democracy against fierce odds. I could have stayed all day, working my way around the books and posters and artifacts gathered over the years that activist and artist Antonio Kadima has been pushing for freedom and democracy in the streets of Santiago. That the people were rising again, across Chile, while I was there made this visit to the Archive particularly high impact. Truly a terrific experience, highly recommended.
This is a truly unique experience - if you know anything about the history of Chile, particularly in the 20th century, and into the 21st, you know that the Chilean people have deal…

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Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Government ID

You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.

Guest requirements

Up to 4 guests ages 14 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.