Arts & Commons #2: Community Value

Event
Arts & Commons #2: Community Value
Beginn
23. September 2016 11:00
Ende
24. September 2016 18:00
Sprache:
English
Cost
5 € / day
Veranstalter
SUPERMARKT

Adresse

Supermarkt
Phone
(+49) 30-609 875 905
Address
Supermarkt, Mehringplatz 9, 10969 Berlin
Aktualisiert:
07.Juli 2016

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Arts & Commons #2: Community Value

Two days workshop on money cultures, community currencies and the role of blockchain technologies for creative production & distribution.
Presentations, hands-on exercises, inspiring showcases and a currency lab-game on Friday night are waiting for you.

THIS EVENT IS ALREADY FULLY BOOKED! You can still sign up for the waiting list: rsvp@supermarkt-berlin.net

5 € a day, 8 € for two days.

Register here: rsvp@supermarkt-berlin.net
We’ll ask you to tell us about your project and specific questions in advance, so we can prepare the sessions accordingly.

Book your seat for one or both days or drop by on Friday evening for the currency lab-game.

Friday, September 23
11am – 7pm: MONEY DESIGN – Exploring & converting community values


Topics:

Money cultures, community currencies, models of compensation, financial decision-making, groupfunding and credit.
A workshop for people working in groups, collectives and communities and wanting to learn more about how to create a sustainable finance culture among peers. No special knowledge is required! This workshop will be led along three specific community cases: OuiShare, a network for connecting the Colllaborative Economy, Enspiral, a collaborative network that helps people to do meaningful work and the community currency-initiative Spreeblüte from Berlin.
What we want people to walk away with is: A better idea of what their organisations need in terms of fundraising, collaborative financial decisions and investment/ credit culture.

With:
Matthew Slater, community currency engineer, co-founder of Community Forge. More info about Matthew here.
Lenara Verle, artist, researcher with a focus on collaboration & community currencies, founder of Coinspiration. More info about Lenara here.
Francesca Pick, OuiShare connector, writer & speaker interested in how tech can change business, society & human interaction. More info about Francesca here.
Genevieve Parkes, Software developer & member of Enspiral Network.
Leopold Wonneberger, economist and member of the Spreeblüte regional currency network.
We’ll also have other delegates from OuiShare, Enspiral and Spreeblüte with us.

Please stay tuned for more program details!

Limited places, booking essential!
Register here: rsvp@supermarkt-berlin.net

Costs: 5€/ day
Language: English

Saturday, September 24
10am-6pm: MONEY FLOWS – Blockchains, data & finance for artists and creators


Topics:

Digital compensation models, web-based distribution of media, and decentralized modes of organization. Become more familiar with emerging financial technologies, such as blockchain, and get a better understanding of its benefits and possibilities – beyond the current hype.

This workshop is for those working in the arts and creative sectors and no specific knowledge is required. It is open to anyone who has an interest or is critically engaged in the topic. We’ll also present some interesting showcases, such as Resonate (a collectively owned streaming music service) and IPDB (a interplanetary-scale blockchain database).

Our aim is to have people to walk away with a deeper understanding of these technologies and of they can be utilized individually and collectively.

With:
Jazmina Figueroa, independent researcher interested in decentralised platforms, artist rights, and preservation
Ela Kagel, digital strategist, creative producer & co-founder of SUPERMARKT
Sven Laepple, founder of Astratum. More info about Sven here.
Greg McMullen, lawyer, director of the IPDB foundation and Chief Policy Officer for BigchainDB GmbH. More info about Greg here
Peter Harris, web developer, art director, DJ and founder of Resonate. More info about Peter here

Please stay tuned for more program details!

Limited places, booking essential!
Register here: rsvp@supermarkt-berlin.net

Costs: 5€/ day
Language: English

More info: www.supermarkt-berlin.net

This is the second part of our event series “Art, Money & Self Organization in Digital Capitalism”: A 2-days investigation of how artists & creators  can use emergent digital platforms to get paid, exchange artworks and build up a community. We‘ll look into monetary models, smart contracts, decentralized modes of organisation, transaction design & payment systems.

Supported by Regierender Bürgermeister von Berlin, Senatskanzlei, Kulturelle Angelegenheiten/City Tax
Produced by SUPERMARKT Berlin, in cooperation with Streampark GmbH & Co.KG & ForumFactory
Directed by: Ela Kagel
Project Management: Birgit Krall
Tech & Documentation: Zsolt Szentirmai


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