“Strelka” workshops are held by experts in urbanism, project management, architecture, design, media, and business. By solving specific practical tasks together, the participants of workshops will gain skills that can be implemented in future work. For Russian specialists, such workshops can also become a connection with the international community.

Workshops at Strelka

The designers Eike Koenig and Anne Meekers gave 48 hours to create improvised prototypes of services. Upon completion, the participants tested them on the potential audience
Millie Tran and Sabrina Majeed demonstrated BuzzFeed’s method of adapting the content for the specific audience, platform, and country.
Chelsea Hostetter, the designer at Frog studio, held a workshop on using the mechanics of videogames for attraction and more accurate analysis of users.
The participants of Brad (Artziniega) Simpson's (the product designer at Medium) workshop developed a demo version of a mobile app for reading by the method of Google Ventures, IDEO, and other companies.
The presentation of the media-architectural project made by the participants of the workshop of the artist and professor of the University of California, Refik Anadol, in form of a projection on printed architectural constructions.
The experts of Sila Sveta taught amateur and professional producers, designers and CG-artists to create multimedia installations using projective mapping.
The curator of the Guggenheim museum Troy Therrien told, how to develop the strategies for the development of architecture in the rapidly changing world and explained, what features must be taken into account at the planning stage.
During four weeks the participants of the summer school of journalism were learning to make reports and explore new city legends in the age of social networks under the guidance of “Afisha Daily”.
The MIT researcher and the founder of Anexact office, Etienne Turpin, told, how the trend of public involvement in urban initiatives influences the quality of city’s transformation.

The designers Eike Koenig and Anne Meekers gave 48 hours to create improvised prototypes of services. Upon completion, the participants tested them on the potential audience