Workshop “Co-museums, Co-design, Archiving and Participation”

Published on 06/27/2016 - Europeana

Co-Learning, Sharing resources, P2P economy, Tecnology reappropiation, Analogies of digital, Europeana, Prosumers

Contributors: Platoniq

Co-museums, Co-design, Archiving and Participation
Platoniq and the Europeana Foundation, with support from ICUB (Barcelona City Council), have prepared a workshop for the co-creation of new cultural prototypes at the Design Museum of Barcelona, to be held on 30 June and 1 July.

And we’ll be working with well-known pieces from the Museum of Design, including Rafael Marquina’s Setrilleres (cruet or condiment vessels), silicone steam roasters (bowls or vessels) by Compeixalaigua Designstudio and the legendary BKF chair by Grupo Austral

We will apply Platoniq’s methodologies, with different principles, methods and solutions that put the user, along with museums and archives, in the centre of the value creation process as a practical and active source of knowledge, motivation and creation. The invitation is open to everyone: museum and archives staff, culture professionals, cultural managers, designers, programmers and anyone interested in digital or digitised heritage.

We will explore co-creation as a mechanism for positive and innovative new dynamics in the fields of digital culture and social innovation; as a tool to identify and create collaborative services, projects, products, and even dynamic learning or incubation of projects; and as an instrument to promote the involvement of different actors and stakeholders in the cultural and museum area of ​​Barcelona in new projects with contemporary object art and design contents.

This is not the first time we have put teams and resources of large European institutions together with participants from different backgrounds. On previous occasions, diverse but also complementary points of view have emerged, encouraging empathy and positive creative activity, key elements in this process. The larger the number of participants, the better the chances of bringing out the innovative potential from the cultural institutions of Barcelona.

To register for the event, go here.
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Co-museums, Co-design, Archiving and Participation

Platoniq and the Europeana Foundation, with support from ICUB (Barcelona City Council), have prepared a workshop for the co-creation of new cultural prototypes at the Design Museum of Barcelona, to be held on 30 June and 1 July.

And we’ll be working with well-known pieces from the Museum of Design, including Rafael Marquina’s Setrilleres (cruet or condiment vessels), silicone steam roasters (bowls or vessels) by Compeixalaigua Designstudio and the legendary BKF chair by Grupo Austral.

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