Portuguese Grandmas 'come to work' to have fun & bridge generations

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'Grandma Came To Work' is both a design shop and a creative hub for 60+ women in Lisbon, Portugal. Participants are older women who create design objects and have fun, while breaking stereotypes and filling the gap between generations.

They orgnised regular creative workshops - on silkscreening, embroidery and knitting - where everyone can meet, discuss and learn from each other. 

Defined as an intergenerational design hub, Grandma Came to Work was established in 2014 with funding from the city of Lisbon.

Read more in this article and visit their website

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