"La Scelta": the Emergency Festival in Reggio Emilia
From Sept. 2nd to 4th meetings, debates and workshop will be held to reflect together on current events
On September 2nd, 3rd, 4th in Reggio Emilia comes "La Scelta", Emergency Festival at its second edition in the city!
Three days of meeting and debates in which journalists, philosophers, writers, Emergency representatives and contemporary voices will take turns in a collective reflection on current events.
Why do we choose war as a means of dispute resolution? Why do we choose not to protect ourselves and our future?
All Festivals meetings are free entrance! Reserve your place online here: https://www.emergency.it/festival/
We will be there too!
On Saturday, September 3rd at 10 a.m. at the Panizzi Library, we look forward to seeing you and Remida Reggio Emilia staff for the workshop "Oltre il giardino. Realizzare piante materiche immaginarie, in armoniosa convivenza" ("Beyond the Garden. Making imaginary material plants in harmonious coexistence").
Beauty is a chiose we can all make. Gardens are places of care, without fences because they encompass all living things.
In the spaces of the Library, a garden with Remida's waste materials will come to life, in which children and adults can express their idea of beauty and a project for a possible society.
The workshop is for children aged 3 to 10 years.
*Chaperones are invide to participate in the in-depth experience "Vivere il tempo insieme ai bambini" (Living time together with children)
The plant installation will be open to visitors starting Saturday afternoon and for the duration of the Festival.
Remida – The Creative Recycling Centre
The Remida Centre in Reggio Emilia is a project and a place where research is conducted on sustainability and creativity starting from industrial waste materials. The Centre is visited every year by more than 6,000 people like teachers, artists, students, administrators and interested people coming from all over the world.
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