15. – 19. 9. 2021
Never Never School 2021, Starostlivé mestá
9 participants, workshops, lectures, installations, discussions and networking.
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28. 6. 2021, 18.00
Never Never Talk: Caring futures of cities
Philosopher Adriana Jesenková in dialogue with Lýdia Grešáková discussed ways of nurturing care in post-socialist cities.
21. 6. 2021, 18.00
Never Never Talk: Non-places, brownfields, terrain vague
In each city there are plenty of spaces that seem to have no particular use or function. On the first sight they lack any clear identity. Yet, they are full of life and potentials. Michal Hladký, CEO of Creative Industry Košice and Zuzana Tabačková from Spolka collective, discussed how to see them, approach them or form their future.
23. 9. 2020
Book launch Mapping the In-Between in East Slovak Gallery
Reading, discussion and film about the summer school for the first time presented in Košice.
1. 2. 2020
City and River: Book launch and film premiere
Never Never School meets Budapest to discuss the topic and results of the summer school 2019, premiering the short documentary about the school and presenting the publication Mapping the in-between: Interdisciplinary methods for envisioning other futures. How to create a better place for life in our cities? Together with the local audience and participants of the Never Never School we met at the new location of our partner Valyo to discuss the transferability of the topics and methods of the summer school to the context of Budapest. Our local partner in the discussion was Gergely Kukucska, an architect and member of Valyo, who loves to work with small scale interventions, activism and socially connected topics.
6. 9. 2019
Pop-up exhibition Mapping the in-between in VUNU Gallery
The outputs of the summer school 2019 were presented as a multimedia collaborative exhibition. It was an important informal occasion to start a discussion on alternatives in planning and the future of the site with local people.
1. 9. 2019
Mestoláska lecture: Realities X Utopias
We discussed the topic of utopia together with our guests from Romania KAJET Journal and local Ta Take Town from Prešov during the public event Mestoláska: Realities X Utopias.