BYGGE FRAMTIDEN / BUILDING THE FUTURE
Building the future is the title of Nuart’s newly launched series of dynamic weekly workshops for children and families. Four fun and educational workshops on consecutive Sunday's will explore Nuart’s twin topics for 2016: “Utopia” and how to build it, and Dada’s desire to make “Art part of everyday life”.
Each workshop will offer a fun, educational and creative workshop for children and families with a focus on sustainability, creativity, environment and the city.
The workshops will take place each Sunday during the Nuart Festival exhibition period from Sunday 18 September to Sunday 9 October.
All events are free to attend.
18 September : CHALK DON’T CHALK
25 September : PAPPERIET
02 October : STREET ART HIDE-AND-SEEK IN COLLABORATION WITH STENCIBILITY FESTIVAL, TARTU
09 October : STREET PRINTING IN COLLABORATION WITH RAUBDRUCKERIN, BERLIN
Kl1200-1500 each Sunday at Tou Scene, Kvitsøygata 25, 4014 Stavanger.
Building inclusive, healthy, functional, productive and liveable cities is one of today’s greatest challenges. A key part of developing these cities is engaging local communities in designing them.
Cities emerged because people gathered at crossroads to exchange goods & services but perhaps more importantly, ideas. Nuart’s series of events and workshops will act as this “crossroads”. Bygge Framtiden embraces the concept of “placemaking”: a bottom up approach that empowers and engages people in ways that traditional planning processes do not. It draws on community assets and skills rather than relying on professional “experts”, and unlike your usual planning process, aims to be a lot of FUN!
Each Sunday workshop promises a unique and creative experience, run by engaged and passionate staff, and promises to provide children of all ages with a lively and memorable experience!
Bygge Framtiden / Building The Future is developed by Nuart in association with partners Block Berge Bygg, Stavanger Kommune and Levekårsløft.
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