The performances, exhibitions and events of mind the fact are created within a platform of carefully designed long-term artistic workshops, with the support and collaboration of humanitarian organizations and social scientists.
The workshops which highlight current social issues and real stories are connected to the living conditions and the tough reality in Greece and they are offered for free, as long as the participants have an experiential relationship with the subject matter of each workshop.
Theatre workshop for young immigrants and refugees. It explores the concepts of station, war, refugee and Otherness through drama and other art forms.
A group of people who have been occupied with excessive gambling come together in a theatre workshop and form their own narratives with testimonies and interpretations on gambling dependency
Τhe Dinner is a workshop with the participation of people who have experienced homelessness and/or live below the poverty line and it is an invitation to share stories and get to know each other.
The participants of the theatre workshop the World of Grownups are teenage boys who live in the shelter of the Minors Protection Society of Athens.
Theatre workshop for children aged 9-12 years old who are supported by the society Μazi Gia To Paidi (Together For Children) and the Center for Child and Family Support of SOS Villages in Athens.
Photography workshop for adolescents who are involved with the Law and are supported by the Legal Guardians Service for Minors of Piraeus.
Multimedia art workshop for people who have experienced homelessness and/or have lived in abject poverty.
Art workshop for women sex workers and victims of trafficking who work in the streets
Public discussion with participation of the Greek Cancer Society
Students of film schools and social scientists, supervised by cinematographers visit the artistic workshops and create short films to document the artistic process.
The first mind the fact festival took place in May 2017 in various venues across downtown Athens and the artistic workshops showcased their work to over five thousand spectators and visitors of the festival.