Limited spots are available for participants who wish to give their active contribution proposing activities/labs/workshops to be held during the Urban Thinkers Campus, and addressed to Urban Thinker Campus participants and/or to the local community and the general public. We invite participants to submit their ideas for activities/labs/workshops, in the form of a max 600 words abstract. Abstracts/ideas will be reviewed by a qualified panel of referees, and the selected ideas will be invited to be realized during the Urban Thinkers Campus. Organizers are not responsible for fund-raising nor implementation of these activities/labs/workshops.
We are encouraging proponents to focusing their ideas for activities/labs/workshops to the fact that the main result of The Urban Thinkers Campus, should be a shared, comprehensive document with argumentation and recommendations for the “Habitat III New Urban Agenda” related to the new role of art, particularly public art in the visible future of the city that we need.
Proponents are invited to submit their ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 5th February 2016.