During the weekend of 15-16 March 2014, the international artistic team was proposed a series of intensive practical workshops in theatrical improvisation inspired by The Tempest of William Shakespeare and its characters as well as by the real stories of people and places of the city, and took shape in response to on-the-ground scenographic installation and real-time video and electro-acoustic musical creation. These pluridisciplinary workshops enable the public to took part in The City Ghettos of Today’s process of creation.

The workshops led by the artistic team of the project: Pietro Floridia (Compagnia dei Rifugiati/Cantieri Meticci, Bologna), Linda Fahssis (Company Check Points, Paris), Alicja Borkowska (Strefa WolnoSłowa Foundation, Warsaw), Tomasz Gromadka (Strefa WolnoSłowa Foundation, Warsaw), Piotr Mikuć (Strefa WolnoSłowa Foundation, Warsaw), Marek Pluciennik (Ptarmigan, Helsinki), Alejandro Olarte (indipendent artist, Helsinki), Luana Pavani (Compagnia dei Rifugiati/Cantieri Meticci, Bologna), Nicola Bruschi (Fine Arts Accademy, Bologna), Weronika Chinowska (Strefa WolnoSłowa Foundation, Warsaw).