“What would Gropius do a century later? Network conversations on the New European Bauhaus”
Conexiones improbables, New European Bauhaus esparrua, as official partner of the New European Bauhaus, is launching a series of meetings that seek to analyse, from different thematic areas, the role played by the arts, culture, creativity and thought in the processes of transformation and innovation of organisations and territories, as well as creating a network of dialogue and reflection on the contribution of transdisciplinarity, hybridisation and cross-fertilisation between sectors and knowledge in developing Europe’s future.
A total of nine conversations will take place in three stages between May and June, with the participation of 70 international agents and organisations to address the following seven areas: A future for all places and territorial cohesion; Digitalisation, governance and citizenship; Sustainable and inclusive city; Smart industry and services; Education and human development for sustainability; Culture, creativity and innovation; and Bioeconomy, food and health.
The final result of this process will be the creation of a common repository with the recordings of the various meetings and the preparation of a document with recommendations and reflections that will be submitted to the European Union.
No registration required.
We have the participation of the following organisations for this series and they will lead the discussion in each of the areas:
Conexiones improbables, oficial partner of the New European Bauhaus
Since last March, we are a strategic partner of the New European Bauhaus, an initiative promoted by the presidency of the European Commission that aims to act as a bridge between the scientific, social, technological, artistic and cultural fields in seeking new solutions to contemporary challenges and the design of future ways of living that can help achieve the goals set by the European Green Deal. The movement is currently in the co-design phase and promotes the hybridisation of diverse sectors in constructing a more “sustainable, inclusive and beautiful” Europe.
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18 May 2021
Date: Tuesday, 15 June 2021
Time: 15 pm to 17 pm
Date: Tuesday, 22 June 2021
Time: 15.30pm at 17.30pm
7 June 2021
8 June 2021
9 June 2021
Thursday, 10 June 2021
11 June 2021
14 June 2021