All announcements and notices of Matedero Madrid since the establishment of this site can be found here, from the earliest to the newest snore eliminator entries of 2012. We began with the announcement for the “Court Arganzuela” project, the experimental theater production of Cia. Puctum about the transformation of the district. This project got its anti-snoring mandibular advancement device funding from the Grants for Contemporary Creation of Matadero Madrid. Next came “Reserva Ciudad,” an art project by Jana Leo. This one was a participatory art project in which, following the snore eliminator mouthpiece model of a “reserve or national park” he intended to preserve the urban environment. The project asked participants to take part in collecting data on the city of Madrid to be passed on to the mapping. The team was up of people of various ages with expertise in anthropology, sociology, architecture, graphic design, protography, urban laws and regulations, filing, and literature and they all performed their snoring mouthpiece tasks under the direction of the artist. In 2009 we also announced the “Premio Europeo de diseño y medio-ambiente” or the European Design Prize and the Environment. Proposed by the DIMAD, the Madrid Designers Association and Foundation Design Madrid along with some principal personalities from the world of design, architecture, and education. The establishment of the European Design Prize and the Environment best_ed provided a platform to advance awareness through the widest possible means of dissemination, good practice in design incorporated into production processes and products thereof, environmental values and sustainability guidelines, which contribute to the betterment of the social and consumer habits and current manufacturing procedures. In 2010, one of the our biggest announcements was the “Convocatoria de Intervención en Plazas” or A Call to Action in the Squares. Similar to the last edition of The White Night Curator Program, the aim of the evening is to convert art through the main thoroughfares and squares of Madrid. The program is rooted in participatory vocation, shared culture, as well as the subject of the Game, Basurama sought to go a step further with one of his first proposals and made an open call for artistic intervention of five emblematic squares Madrid: Plaza de Santa María Soledad, Torres Acosta, Plaza of the Commanders, Lavapiés, Tirso de Molina Square on May 2. Meanwhile, 2011 showed a slew of announcements on the site. Matadero Madrid posted several presentations, workshops, and scholarships all throughout the year beginning with “Convocatoria El Ranchito,” a call to facilitate the creation of collaborative networks and the promotion of artistic production by offering residencies for artists and layout of work spaces. It is intended for artists and cultural agents relating to any creative or artistic and having their residence or principal field of action in the city of Madrid. It was followed by many, many others.