An eighteenth century mansion in the historic center of Seville now turned into a community center. In 2000, its residents were threatened with eviction. Today the building is owned by the municipality, protected by its categorization as a place with cultural interest by the Ministry of Culture and self-managed by the neighbors through the Casa del Pumarejo Association. This association is collectively constructed by a VARIETY of people promoting a multitude of ACTIVITIES: cultural, artistic, political, social, and more. These activities, which comes from social struggles, parties, knowledge and art, give us experiences for us to continue a permanent PROCESS.