Renewable Futures

BUILDING NEW EUROPEAN CREATIVE ALLIANCE AND THINK TANK

UPCOMING EVENT

iWeek – Fast Forward
13th to 18th November 2017

LOCATION

Liepaja
Art Research Laboratory, MPLab

Exhibition, conference, workshops, family day and more

Full programme here

3 YEAR PROJECT
Most creative ways to challenge art & science

The Renewable Futures project aims to invent new avenues for developments of tomorrow – shaping new contact zones between traditionally separated domains bringing together art and science, culture and digital technologies, sustainable businesses and social engagement of the 21st century.

Mission

To foster open innovations in cultural sector by establishing a material base for emerging art and science projects

Cooperation

To build new European Creative Alliance and Think Tank in art science field

Knowledge transfer

Establish links with new and enlarged audiences and test new models for deepening relationship by carrying out extensive public innovation and audience development programme

Conferences

New avenues for more sustainable and imaginative future developments

Exhibitions

Bring together new ways of thinking, scientific knowledge, aesthetics, technologies and social practices.

WorkLabs

Test more innovative models – providing creative situations, working together, open lab’s, public shows, workshops for kids, thus building creative communities.

Conferences and Worklabs

Renewable Futures 2017:
Economia Conference

April 28–29, 2017

Eindhoven read more >

Renewable Futures
Conference 2015

October 8–10, 2015

Riga read more >

Data Drift
Exhibition

October 9 – November 22, 2015

Riga read more >

iWeek Festivals
2015 and 2016

November 2–8, 2015; November 7–13, 2016

Liepaja read more >

Hybrid Fabrication
Apprenticeships

May 6 – June 16, 2016

Barcelona read more >

Energy of a
LifeTime WorkLab

May 30 – June 5, 2016

Riga & Paris read more >

3D Open Source and Sustainable
Technologies Workshop

November 29–30, 2016

Helsinki  read more >

Oslofjord Ecologies WorkLab
and Exhibition

November 21–27, 2016

Oslo read more >

Final Partner Meeting in
the iWeek Festival

November 12–14, 2017

Liepaja & Riga read more >

Event programme

Events are organised by partners and taking place in different countries of Europe - Latvia, The Netherlands, Norway, Finland, France, Spain full project programme here

FEEDBACK

” Thank you all for inviting me to the Renewable Futures conference, which I enjoyed a lot! great organization, great presentations, great shows and great people! “

G.N.
October, 2015

” I found some time today to visit the data drift exhibition again. I have to say that this is the best information visualization exhibition if ever seen! Thank you so much for everything you all made happen this weekend. The conference, the exhibition as well as Riga was really nice. “

K.A.
October, 2015

“Just wanted to thank you for a great conference. It was a wonderful experience and I hope there will be possibilities to visit Riga and RIXc again in the future as I am really impressed by what you do.”

E.D.
October, 2015

” Thanks for a wonderful symposium. The amount of work the Rixc team has put in is impressive and much appreciated.”

T.K.
October, 2015
“Thank you very much for organising this conference.
The talks were very inspiring and it was fine meeting all these great people.”
A.M.
October, 2015

Publicity

Renewable Future project was widely promoted in local and international media. Press releases were sent and individually communication with journalists resulted in the multiple reports and broadcasts in national TV and radio. (LTV 1, LR1, NABA).

In addition these media art and culture webpages and most popular internet news portals wrote about project Art&Science activities. Publicity also provided our long-time partners and exhibition Data Drift reviews was able to read in artforum. Read more >

Support

CO-FUNDED BY THE CREATIVE EUROPE PROGRAMME OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? CONTACT US

  • KIM?
  • Rigas Dome
  • Kulturas ministrija
  • Euro Programme
  • LNB
  • LG
  • Kulturkapital fonds
  • Epson
  • Van Abbe
  • sci
  • M fund
  • Goethe

Locations

Conference Locations

RIXC Center for New Media Culture (Latvia)

rixc@rixc.org
rixc.org

Lenču iela 2, Rīga, LV-1010, Latvia

Baltan Laboratories (The Netherlands)

info@baltanlaboratories.org
baltanlaboratories.org

Postbus 4042, 5604 EA Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Ars Longa (France)

info@arslonga.fr
arslonga.fr

104 rue d’Aubervilliers, 75019 Paris, France

Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (Norway)

post@hioa.no
http://www.hioa.no

PO box 4 St. Olavs plass, NO-0130 Oslo

Media Lab of Aalto University (Finland)

mlab-arts@aalto.fi
medialab.aalto.fi

P.O.Box 16500, FI-00076 Aalto, Finland

Hangar (Spain)

info@hangar.org
hangar.org

Emilia Coranty 16, Can Ricart, E-08018 Barcelona, Spain

Liepaja University (Latvia)

liepu@liepu.lv
liepu.lv

Lielā iela 14, Liepāja, LV-3401, Latvia