David Limaverde is an Amsterdam-based, Brazilian-born art educator, participatory performance artist, and researcher. His interests are in art-activism, socially engaged performance, participatory art methodologies and transversal themes of collective authorship, collaboration, relational practices and civic participation.
David has a background in Physical Theatre, holds an MA in International Performance Research from The University of Amsterdam, and a Ph.D. in Arts and Education from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, where he is a guest lecturer.
David is a member of the OT301 association - where he facilitates community art projects through Home of Participation, as well as part of a few LGBTQ+ and art education organizations such as InSEA.
Art and quotidian life practices, in current times, inspire each other and are often amalgamated. In the scope of creating, rethinking and deconstructing the category of Public Space, PPS comes as an innovative creative curriculum that offers students a chance to explore their artistic disciplines and critical thinking.