Reboot, Circular Economy, and Open Culture
Monday, January 30th at the Technotown Podcast House the “Reboot Summit” is scheduled with Round tables, workshops and talks
About the circular economy and open culture towards a sustainable future
Rome, January 25, 2023 – From January to March 2023 cultural programming for Technotown, Creative Science Center Rome Capital, and focuses onCircular economy And how open culture It can support development and innovation in a sustainable way.
Supported by ASSIPOD.org – Italian Broadcasting AssociationTechnotown Partner, W.L.LLinuxshell Italy AssociationIn cooperation with Zètema Culture ProjectA series of initiatives dedicated to youth, middle school and high school students, teachers and coaches, creators, podcasters and the simply curious will be implemented.
Wednesday, January 25 and February 1, from 15:00 to 16:30will be held Reboot Laba lab to teach how to refurbish old computers by installing open source operating systems and software.
Sunday, February 5, at 17.00In the Sala Teatro de Technotown, the exhibition will be opened Robot Photography Open Gallery Dedicated to the topic of rotation: the collected images will be displayed until March 31st.
At the heart of the initiatives, Monday, January 30thit will be top rebootwith a full day through it From 10.00 to 18.00Circular economy and open culture experts will share their knowledge and experiences. Round tables, workshops, talks and networking sessions They will allow an exchange of ideas on how these concepts can be implemented in daily practice. During the day it will be possible to participate, From 15.00 to 16.00as well as for Reboot challengea Creative recycling workshop To learn how to create tech gadgets with waste materials such as cardboard or plastic sheeting.
All initiatives will take place inside the Technotown Podcast House. To participate in the events for free, an online reservation is required on the site http://assipod.org/rebootsummit.
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