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Infrastructure for a Cooperating City
November 14, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
We invite you to our second workshop and salon. Explore with us the digital, physical and cultural infrastructure needed to facilitate social and economic cooperation at different scales. The Salon will take place at PrimeProduce, an emerging space (a physical infrastructure, under construction) for people who view social innovation as a craft. Please note that the location is under construction, and all attending must sign up via eventbrite!
Opening Remarks: A Cooperating City
Exploring the need for more cooperative, equitable systems and economies.
Braden Crooks, Co-Founder Designing the WE
Salon Group Discussions
Cooperating Systems and Infrastructure: what tools do we need and how do we use them? Project-based working groups.
Sharing and connecting group conversations.
Digital, physical and cultural infrastructure for collaboration and cooperation– from personal to city-wide scales. Scale-based working groups.
What is the Living Lab?
This new hub is a collaboration between The New School, cooperative non-profit One Worker One Vote, CUNY Community Economic Development Clinic and led by social impact design studio Designing the We. We are inviting students, communities and others at this time to participate in its co-creation and activities.
A Living Lab is an incubation and innovation space where different stakeholders apply their resources together with communities to transform deep social crises and inequality. It is a collaboration between practitioners, students and professors, and community projects. It is a hub of people-driven R&D for 21st century communities and economies.
- November 14, 2016
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Learn, Workshop
- Event Tags:
- cities, economic development, infrastructure, social cooperation, social innovation, technology
- Designing the WE
- (646) 664-1044
- Prime Produce
424 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019 United States + Google Map