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NEW CONNECTING CITIES PARTNERS

We are happy to welcome two new partners to the Connecting Cities Network: Northbridge Piazza / Perth, Australia and Atklāj Rīgu / Riga, Latvia!

 

Northbridge Piazza @ Perth

The Northbridge Piazza is home to Perth’s very first free outdoor movie theatre. Located in the heart of Northbridge, the Piazza grounds consist of the LED Superscreen, a multi-purpose community building, a versatile stage and a grassed area.

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CONNECTING CITIES @ LIGHT FESTIVAL GUANGZHOU AND NORTHBRIDGE PIAZZA PERTH

In the frame of the Guangzhou Light Festival (China) there will be sharing screens between the Northbridge Piazza in Perth (Western Australia) and Guangzhou. From 13 – 29 November the project ‘Peoples Screen’ offers people in Guangzhou and Perth the opportunity to co-create chance encounters and spontaneous interaction between these two cities.

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OPEN CALL FOR OPEN SKY PROJECT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ISEA 2016 HONG KONG

Open Sky Project which is a collaboration between International Commerce Centre (Sun Hung Kai Properties) and School of Creative Media (City University of Hong Kong) and aims in enriching and livening up the urban skyline of Hong Kong, is always keen for specially curated sessions of Media artworks that will be exhibited on the enormous façade of the ICC building, the

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CONNECTING CITIES @ CITY VISIONS JENA FESTIVAL

// 8 - 11 October 2015

 

This week finally starts the City Visions Jena Festival, which is initiated by Public Art Lab Berlin and therefore closely linked to several projects and workshops of the Connecting Cities Network.

It’s a new light- and science festival in Jena, in the state of Thüringen in Germany. From October 8-11, 2015 City Visions Jena invites everyone to explore the curatorial topic of ‚invisible and visible cities‘ in a vibrant light parcours.

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CONNECTING CITIES @ URBAN LIGHTS RUHR

// 9 - 25 October 2015

// @ Urbane Künste Ruhr, Hagen

From October 9 to 25, five Connecting Cities projects will be shown in the framework of Urban Lights Ruhr festival staged by CCN partner Urbane Künste Ruhr.

Urban Lights Ruhr highlights the city of Hagen, which has been undergoing momentous change. Artistic interventions momentarily direct our attention to light and the city and offer new perspectives on the familiar. The installed works form a light course that invites viewers to stroll, discover, and to play an active part in shaping this multi-layered city.

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