Social insects: common learning and pollination for change

The MACBA and the CCCB organize a multidisciplinary workshop on exceptional projects where art, science and technology come together to encourage citizen participation.

During this day-long event, some 20 voices with very different tones will share their favourite projects, will speak about their particular initiatives, will read exhibition rooms with different eyes and will stir us into participating in activities to pollinate minds, streets and schools, producing seeds of change, social impact and collective action. The aim: to become social insects capable of intervening collectively in any space, ambit or context.

This is an open meeting. It is designed for educators, artists, mediators, social workers, scientists... and any citizen who wants to know projects that arise from the convergence of art, science and technology, in order to encourage citizen action.

The event, curated by Josep Perelló, intends to continue the line which began at the MACBA with the Open Systems programme for teachers on the usefulness of discovering and examining the hybridisation and convergence of artistic and scientific practices. The CCCB has launched an experimental programme of activities and research (2016-2017) on how to address the issue of climate change in cultural institutions.

Social Insects: Common Learning and Pollination for Change
When: February 6, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Where: CCCB (Montalegre 5, Barcelona)
Price 10€ (only morning) o 20€ (whole day)
Further information here

 

 

 

Publication date: Tuesday, 02 February 2016
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