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Connecting Cities @ MAB

19 - 22 November 2014 Connecting Citites will attend the Media Architecture Biennale in Aarhus, Denmark.

Architects, designers and artists meet with academia and industry, when the world’s premier media architecture event takes place on 19-22 November in Aarhus, Denmark, with a pre-event in Copenhagen. Across professions and nationalities, participants will create and discuss the media architecture of the future. And they will investigate how media architecture shapes people’s lives in the cities of the world.

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Connecting Cities Event: EUROPEAN CAPITALS OF CULTURE CONFERENCE

Creating new forms of participation and empowerment for the citizens of a European Capital of Culture

Monday, 17 November 2014: Riga, Hotel Astor, Meierovica Blvd. 10

Every year the European Union highlights two European Capitals of Culture (ECoC) to foster the cultural heritage and the future development of these designated cities on a European dimension.

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Call for Proposal for the Visible City 2015

BERLIN - BRUSSELS - HELSINKI - LINZ - LIVERPOOL - MADRID - MARSEILLE - MONTREAL - SAO PAULO - ZAGREB

Our today's modern cities are hybrid structures in which technology is invisibly interweaved in the perception layers of our everyday lives. With the curatorial theme of InVISIBLE and VISIBLE Cities we want to develop an awareness on the changes which are hardly visible to the eyes and are underlying our nowadays cities.

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Connecting Cities @ New School, NYC

Understanding Media Studies: 'Urban Screens as Community Platforms'

The School of Media Studies presents a discussion with Susa Pop, Director of Public Art Lab, at the New School in New York City.

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Connecting Cities Event: Human Beeing @ FACT Liverpool

4 October 2014 / 7pm / FREE / Ropewalks Square

German art and technology collective The Constitute have created a project that projects big bees onto big buildings in cities including Helsinki and Berlin.

Here in Liverpool we have been working with students and staff at The Academy of St Francis of Assisi and local beekeeper Andrew Hubbard (producer of Liverpool Postcode Honey) to care for a new beehive designed and built in the shape of Ropewalks Square, on the roof of the school.

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