Open Seminar – Riksutställningar, Visby, Sweden

Swedish Exhibition Agency Riksutstallningar Open Seminar 22 May 2014 The Swedish Exhibition Agency hosted an open seminar with lectures and discussions about art in an ecological, sustainable and exhibition production context. This lab was organised during the second GALA partner meeting and in close collaboration with Julie’s Bicycle. All presentations…

Continue reading

Ecology Lab Tbilisi: Discover Eliava Market – GeoAIR

GeoAIR Discover Eliava Tiblisi, Georgia June – July 2014 Within the framework of a GALA artist lab, GeoAIR invited the Moscow-based art and activist group Partizaning for a two month residency. The group created the project “Discover Eliava”. The focus was on researching Eliava’s local market and involving the local…

Continue reading

Ecology Lab Warsaw, Umschichten Studio – Ujazdowski Castle CCA

Ujazdowski Castle Warsaw, Poland October – December 2013, June 2014 The Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdoswki Castle invited the German architects from the collective Studio Umschichten for a two month long residency in the framework of the GALA project. The Stuttgart-based collective of architects explores the relationship between architecture and…

Continue reading

Floating Lab – Cape Farewell

Cape Farewell Orkney to Shetland 19 August – 8 September 2013 Journeying from Orkney to Shetland via Fair Isle, Cape Farewell’s floating lab considered the relationship between people, place and resources in coastal and island environments. The role of community and local knowledge within developing social and ecological resilience was…

Continue reading

Tbilisi Green Laboratory: Culture and Environment – GeoAIR

Discover Eliava project - GeoAIR

GeoAiR Tiblisi, Georgia 22-23 January 2015 GeoAIR invited artists, representatives of the cultural institutions, experts on environmental issues, farmers, businessmen and general public to a two day workshop, which was used for exchange of ideas about possible reduction of the environmental impact, discussion of best practices, realistic scenarios and creative…

Continue reading

Amsterdam, A Sustainable strategy – TransEurope Halles meeting

The Future Is Not What It Used To Be was a three-day, interdisciplinary working conference on new culture strategies. The programme offered thought-provoking keynotes, hands-on workshops, in depth masterclasses and think tanks, all with an international character. Marie Fol (DutchCulture) and Chiara Badiali (Julie’s Bicycle) participated as guest speakers at…

Continue reading

Glasgow Green Teas(e) – GlasgowArts & Creative Carbon Scotland

Glasgow Arts Creative Carbon Scotland Glasgow 8 April 2014 In October 2013, Creative Carbon Scotland and Glasgow Arts started a series of monthly seminars called Green Tease, bringing artists and sustainability experts together in Glasgow. The overall aim is to provide time and space for artists, as well as artistic…

Continue reading

Berlin: Sustainable support of Artist Mobility

On the Move Workshop on green issues for the sustainable support of cultural mobility Berlin, Germany 12-13 March 2014 This workshop – co-organised with OTM members, ITI- Germany and IGBK – targeted cultural policy makers in Europe, and also public and private funders who are interested in including green criteria…

Continue reading