The second Vic workshops included four different groups working separately with local artist Jordi Lafon and Danish artist Line Sandvad Mengersn. The artists used previous PA experience and developed methods, adjusting at the same time to different groups and their needs to create participatory works accordingly. Work with the Creu Roya was a way continuation of the first Vic workshop and involved some of the women who participated the first PAIC workshop – they used cooking to establish communication within a group and develop self-confindence. This time they did a remarkable catering for the PAIC exhibition opening, which marked a step further in opening new possibilities for future activities. Participatory work on the tapestry was also shown at the exhibition. It was created according to the same, co-authorship principles and with a goal to build trust and confidence within the group as well as individuals.
Work in the Centre Obert also continued from the first stage: it developed from creation of clay figures spread all over the outskirts of Vic, to drawings representing community/group that became interesting T-shirt design.
According to Lucia Roye, assistant and part of the PAIC artistic team, the third group, Aurora “gathers young people with an interest to learn and delve into the English language..Their immersion in an artistic workshop assists them with learning the English language and at the same time provides a space for dialogue and discussion on significant issues. In the first stage of the project, PAIC artistic team worked on a conceptual map in which identity was the key issue and in the second stage we made a small booklet to gather the thoughts around the concept of Choice”.
The fourth group, Casal d’avis Josep Guiteres gathered members of the retired people association Mossen Josep Guiteres, who previously participated different painting workshops. For the PAIC program, they have “put together a puzzle shaped as the Earth globe to express the desire for a better world”, said Lucia Roye.
Similar, with the group of ADFO, the PAIC artistic team worked on a mural where the issue of identity emerged from texts, icons and drawings that represented their interests and desires.