Imagining Commoniveristy workshop

As part of Chelsea Programme’s ongoing series of projects critiquing the current climate of austerity and creating space for exciting visions of the future, we are delighted to announce the forthcoming workshop, Imagining Commoniversity.

Led by Spanish collective Hackitectura.net, (represented by Pablo de Soto and Alejandro González) and coordinated by Emanuele Guidi and Lorenzo Sandoval, Imagining Commoniveristy will take place within the context of the ongoing project Visualizing Transnationalism.

Hackitectura.net and project participants will work together to imagine what a common University in Europe could look like, how it could work and what its role in society could be. Through mapping strategies, open collective discussions and the implementation of new media technologies, Hackitectura.net will build on the experience and tradition of British groups such as Archigram, to sketch and design the ‘vision’ of a utopian Common University of the future.

There are 20 places available for this workshop. The workshop will take place at Chelsea College of Art & Design, 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU. For more detailed information, including information on how to apply, please visit the ChelseaProgBlog

Deadline: Sunday 20th March 2011. Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday 22nd March 2011.

Part of Transeuropa Festival 2011, Supported by the European cultural fund, European Alternatives and Chelsea Progamme.

Image – Still from ‘Mapping the commons,’ Hackitectura.net
Imagining Commoniveristy workshop


What: Imagining Commoniveristy workshop
Where: Chelsea College of Art & Design, 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU.
Further Details:
- Visit the ChelseaProgBlog
Deadline: Sun 20 Mar 2011