Vilnius, Kiev and Moscow — three modules of a free education programme for young specialists (24-34 years) who want to work on projects developing Baltic region in multidisciplinary teams. Don't miss the opportunity to become a part of Balticlab next year — at Strelka its' students will speak about their final projects, and on the lecture on September, 8, Balticlab representatives and guest speakers will present the programme and speak on architectural practices of the future.
Balticlab is an innovation and leadership programme, run in partnership by the Council of the Baltic Sea States and the Swedish Institute. The programme brings entrepreneurs and creatives together to prototype the future through joint initiatives and aims to create a community, who through collaboration empower the region to become more innovative, creative and prosperous.
For the past 7 months, the 45 Balticlab 4.0 Ideation programme participants from 10 countries have been meeting across the region and working in interdisciplinary teams on ideas, which combine their personal skills and interests. At Strelka artists, entrepreneurs, PR specialists, festival promoters and designers from around Europe will present their work and ideas in an informal atmosphere.
The cases include a project aimed at improving the image of the region and making it an attractive destination to visit; an initiative suggesting a platform for young activists from small cities and villages; the prototype of a company promoting permaculture, and many others. At their final meetup in Moscow the 6 groups will present their final projects.
The presentation will be held in English and interpreted into Russian.