Englischsprachiger Artikel über die ‘Urban Commons School: Commoning the Post-Covid City‘ die im Rahmen unseres MA Programms im Oktober 2021 in Frankfurt statt fand. Auch verügbar auf der Website des U!REKA network.
What could urban living look line in the future?
Students and lecturers from all over Europe came together for the ‘Urban Commons School: Commoning the Post-Covid City’ in Frankfurt from 6-9 October 2021, to learn from each other and exchange perspectives on life in our future cities. This autumn school was hosted by the U!REKA Lab: Urban Commons, an interdisciplinary blended learning and research programme focusing on urban commons and other co-creation initiatives in the participating U!REKA partner cities: Amsterdam, Ghent, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Lisbon and Ostrava.
U!REKA is a consortium of eight European universities of applied sciences in Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Ghent, Helsinki, Oslo, Ostrava and Lisbon established in 2016. The universities partner in various ways to educate, shape and empower the European professionals of tomorrow. One of the key elements within this network is the joint program U!REKA Lab: Urban Commons. Since last year it offers an online curriculum for bachelor and master students in different disciplines.
To broaden our knowledge on Urban Commons, to inspire students, teachers and other people on the concept of commoning and to present the U!REKA Lab, we are organizing the monthly U!R Commons Lecture Series. We invite experts on commons from several European countries, who will look at the concept from a different perspective, discipline or organization.
All lectures start at 15.00 (CET) – 16.30 and will be held online on ZOOM.
The U!REKA Lab: Urban Commons is a joint project of the U!REKA partner universities in Amsterdam, Ghent, Frankfurt, Helsinki and Lisbon. Established in 2019, this international and interdisciplinary blended learning and research project deals with urban commons and focuses on different co-creation initiatives in these cities.
16.-21.07.2020; Preview: Thur. 16.07. 18.00; Opening: Sat. 14.00
Exhibition at the Forum des Deutschen Werkbunds Hessen, Weckmarkt 5, 60311 Frankfurt am Main.