AoA and all of our book’s contributors were invited to curate the program of the closing night of an international theatre festival in Riga, Homo Novus, together with the organisation Cape Farewell. The festival runs throughout fall between 9.9.-12.11.2016.Frauke Hehl (workstation e.V.) confirmed to come to talk about her work, and Alekos Pantazis (P2P foundation, representing Michel Bauwens) will join us to talk about the Commons and their meaning. One of the book’s editors will also be there to talk about its ideas as a whole and to run a world café workshop together with Alekos, who is also an experienced educator with a special interest in informal education.
A proposal for Europe
AoA at the Action4Change-conference in Berlin, 6./7.11.2015
We will be present at the ACTION4CHANGE – conference, taking place this weekend 6th/7th of November 2015 at Wikimedia Deutschland in Berlin. Lots of great people and organizations plus a great program – come by and meet us at the Incubator Market!
First Berlin launch of our book @ Raum B bookshop, 1.10.2015
Welcome to the first Berlin presentation of our book at the international bookshop Raum B in Neukölln. We will have two of the editors presenting the journey of the book and some talks to discuss the diverse topics of the book together with the audience and some of the contributors. More details here – we would be happy if you join us!
Our first book Agents of Alternatives – Re-designing Our Realities is now published and ready for distribution
Agents of Alternatives – Re-designing Our Realities is an independently published open book exploring the visions, actions, tools and impacts of change agents, thinkers and ‘happeners’ (those who make things happen!). It shows the creative processes and tools for designing positive societal transitions. These transitions are revealed by showing the new hybrid relationships being forged between alternative approaches to learning, living, making, socialising, thinking and working.
Agents of Alternatives enables professionals, amateurs and citizens to understand the rich possibilities of creating and designing together in open, participatory and imaginative ways. It provides an integrated and systemic collection of case studies, essays and interviews from well-known international contributors and local activists, collated by an international team of editors.
Find more info here.