SHARED CITIES: THE FINALE

02-03|10|2019, PRAGUE – Shared Cities: Creative Momentum will culminate in Shared Cities: The Finale. Taking place in the Archa Theatre and the Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP) in Prague, it will showcase the results of four years of collaborative work of 11 partners across Central and Eastern Europe.

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Sharing information, knowledge, governance, space and infrastructure has become a new imperative in architectural and cultural discourse. The shift in the technological advances of our time, boosted by the complex and interconnected condition of the globalized world redefines the way we inhabit our cities. Even if we can have many critical remarks, sharing makes innovative solutions possible by utilizing the creative potential of citizens, communities, activists, artists, cultural actors, social scientists and their networks, supported by ubiquitous mobile computing and social media. This approach activates a “Creative Momentum” that increases the quality of life in European cities.

The launch of The Atlas, the premiere of The Performance and The Videos and an international Panel discussion will strive to awaken people’s curiosity, inspire their own activity, sparkle a critical discussion about the topic of sharing in cities – and overall will let the visitors-participants taste carefully curated aspects of sharing.

Archa Theatre and the Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning

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Shape your city, share your city! Even the smallest actions can lead to big changes. Becoming engaged and connected with others through sharing makes a difference to cities. Shared Cities activates people to create a momentum with the ultimate goal to improve the quality of city life!

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Iconic Ruins are high quality architecture that lost their ideological and programmatic meaning, and have become a modern-day ruin. What are the biggest challenges you face when dealing with these buildings? And what are the most distinguishing features, and opportunities for the Iconic Ruins? Find the answer in the interview with Vít Halada from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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VŠVU: Iconic Ruins / Strategies

What is the future of Iconic Ruins? After the transition to democracy, these buildings have slipped out of public and political interest. Under the scope of 'Shared Cities: Creative Momentum' architects and students conducted research into the re-use of these abandoned buildings. Download the publication 'Iconic Ruins / Strategies' to get the latest information on their studies. Available now!

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Csepel Works – Weekend of Open Factories

Organized by the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Center (KÉK), buildings in the Csepel Works plant in Budapest will open for the last weekend of June (29-30 June) to offer a unique chance for exploring the exciting present of the almost 240 hectares site and its unmatched industrial heritage.

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