food, sustainability and art projects in Europe
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Today, food is a priority subject with regards to sustainable development from a technical point of view. It is at the same time an eminently cultural issue. From the fields to fine gastronomy, hybrid initiatives proposed by artists in the fields of agriculture and food are multiplying on across Europe.

New Curriculum: Casa de Campo Workshop

February 21, 2020
to March 15, 2020
New Curriculum: composing knowledges to host the city sheep – locating food cycles in the urban territory. For 12 days, from the 21st of February to the 15th of March 2020, Inland called for a multidisciplinary seminar and applied workshop, composing knowledges amongst shepherds, designers, artists and architects, to think and build a hosting system for a flock of…

Research-creation: bread

October 1, 2020
to October 31, 2020
bread is a research-creation lead by artist Paky Vlassopoulou and by Locus Athens. It will take place from 1st to 31st October 2020, in Locus Athens’ space Tavros.   Bread is the beginning and end of a meal. It is a time to gather your thoughts. It’s the meaning between words. It is the core. It’s the in between…

Research-creation: Artfarm

April 1, 2020
to August 30, 2020
Artfarm is a research-creation lead by Artmill. It takes place from 1st of April to 30th of August 2020 in Artmill’s farm located in Horaždovice (CZ). Artfarm reunites several Czech and European artists with farming families in the region. The result is seven projects. 1. “Bring Your Harvest”  “přijd a sklid’ with artists Tomaš Hruza and Andrea Průchová Hrůzová,…

Open Gardens: Concerts and Open Air Cinema #1

July 4, 2020
to July 25, 2020
For the 4th edition of the Open Gardens festival by the Ile-de-France Region, come and enjoy activities at Zone Sensible from July 4 to July 25 then on Saturday August 29. Concerts, open-air cinema, circus, workshops and visits are planned throughout the festival.   PROGRAM 04/07/2020: All day long, the Parti Poétique team offers visitors the chance to walk…