Webinar for cultural managers to get to know, try out, and share new urban practices
12 – 14. 05. 2021
Urban practices are inherently social, political, have an aesthetic dimension, and in consequence, urban action became an increasingly significant tool of arts, culture, and cultural education. Action in public urban spaces has always been characterized by highly diverse and continuously developing forms, methods and approaches. Nevertheless, the recent technological developments and the pandemic radically changed the way we perceive, use and transform public spaces.
During this webinar we discovered new, emergent urban practices, which adapt to the new situation that is characterized by the ubiquity of digital technologies and the challenges of a global pandemic. We got to know, tried out and discussed new methods of urban strolling, urban gaming and urban activism led by international experts.