How openness and collaboration could redefine and support care activities. A workshop
9:00 Registration and coffee
9.30 Presentation Work program
10:15 Presentation of case studies
mare culturale urbano
11.00 Presentation of opencare:
cura in comune
11.30 Incomplete mapping of online tools
12.00 Groups Sessions
12:45 Lunch break
14.00 Groups Sessions
18.30 Public presentation
Taking care (in a fluid and connected city)
How openness and collaboration could redefine and support care activities.
WeMake & Ezio Manzini
Mare Culturale Urbano
via Giuseppe Gabetti, 15
Milan is changing and with the city, citizens’ behaviours are changing accordingly. New needs, problems and unexpected opportunities emerge, In many areas. Especially around the activities of care, probably more than in other contexts: a more fluid, connected and mobile population, expresses new demands and, if properly supported, could provide unusual answers.
In this framework, WeMake and Comune di Milano, within EU-funded project opencare, organize a workshop to investigate two significant cases which are showing us two models of action based on communities, fostering the creation of a new model of care (understood as well-being of citizens): Mare Culturale Urbano and Mercato Lorenteggio.
The workshop is a research session with the aim of understanding how dynamics of co-design and online conversations’ could support and feed communities and specifically the two case studies.
We’ll investigate open models of engagement of local citizens and other actors (offline and online)
As an outcome we’d like to create a work path to allow the understanding the potential of this approach and fostering the growth of similar projects in synergy with Milan and replicable in other contexts.
For more info write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is organized and curated by:
with the scientific direction of Ezio Manzini
The workshop is possibile thanks to the valuable collaboration of:
Date: 2016-11-29 09:00:00 - 2016-11-29 09:00:00, Europe/Rome Time.