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May 2020 to July 2021– 4 Augmented Europe Ideathons
in Milano, Riga, Berlin and Tessaloniki

Funding Programme: Europe for Citizens – Civil Society Projects
Partners: MEET (Milano – IT), RICX (Riga – LV), MADE (Thessaloniki – GR)

Augmented Europe (AugE) is a joint project of 4 European art centers who want to make Europe a better place by prototyping new ideas, solutions and innovative policies on
social inclusion (MEET, Milan), intercultural understanding (Public Art Lab, Berlin), nature and climate change (RICX Riga) and sharing economy models (MADE,Tessaloniki) – funded by by the Europe for Citizens programme.

Augmented Europe | Berlin Ideathon | 9 December 2020

About the Berlin ideathon ‘Connecting People and Places’

Want to learn about curatorial practices and methods for connecting people and places beyond physical borders? Join our Augmented Europe Ideathon – sign up here!
Once part of the Living the City exhibition at Tempelhofer Feld, Augmented Europe is now an online ideathon curated by Public Art Lab in Berlin. In 15 min. talks three keynote speakers represent three approaches and methods about connecting people and places and prototype new ideas in three breakout sessions on zoom over 150 youth participants from neighbouring countries.

Berlin programme on 9 December

welcome by the Augmented Europe partners
Public Art Lab | Berlin, RIXC | Riga, MEET |Milan, MADE |Tessaloniki
introduction talks & walks at former Tempelhofer Airport
with Lukas Feireiss through the ‘Living the City’ exhibition
Susa Pop, Public Art Lab about Connecting People and Places
Maja Stark, AURORA School for ARtists
Connecting People and Places – topics and showcases
Topic 1 – Social inclusion for migrating cultures
Weltstadt / World City
by Matze Görig, artist of Schlesische 27, Berlin
Topic 2 – Translocal Activism to connect people and places
SMSlingshot and G-Frame by Christian Zoellner, co-founder of VR_Urban and The Constitute,
designer, artist and professor at University of Art and Design Halle
Topic 3 – Telematic performance in pandemic times
Neuro-Knitting Beethoven
  by the media artists Varvara Guljajeva and Mar Canet
Prototyping ideas in 3 parallel Zoom breakout sessions facilitated by the artists & speakers
Pitching session and presentation of the ideas / wrap up

More information here



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