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Imagination in Crisis: Workshop and Guided Tour


Guided by Katarína Kováčová, Canan Batur

During the workshop you will learn why our imagination is in crisis and what can we do to realize it better. You will exercise our „muscles“ of imagination and visualization. Afterwards, we will learn how to formulate our experience and implement it in our daily life and community – for a better future.

The event is free of charge but registration is necessary: 

Meeting point: 1:45 pm, the entrance hall of Nová Cvernovka.

Workshop will take up to 4 hours and will be in Slovak/Czech.

In case you have already registered for the workshop but can not attend, please let us know, so other people can get in. Contact us via email info@juliuskollersociety.org. Thank you.

Workshop will be led by Katarína Kováčová, a teacher of global education at NaZemi, an organization concerned with the economical concept of degrowth and its promotion in Czech society. Last year she worked on a booklet „Odvaha nerůst“ (The Bravery to Degrow), dedicated to educational workers. She also participates in the eco-activist movement, where she divides her time between Re-set, an organization fighting against fossil businesses, and Limity Jsme My (We Are The Limits), collective which attempts to impose climate justice via a civil disobedience.

After the workshop, you are welcome to join a guided tour of the current exhibition by the curator Canan Batur (Nottingham Contemporary).

Supported by public funding by the Slovak Arts Council. The event is a part of the international project Islands of Kinship: a Collective Manual for Sustainable and Inclusive Art Institutions, co-financed by the European Union.