Superact is hosting a workshop as part of the second Festival of the Future City in Bristol next month on 18 October.
How would you culturally and creatively represent Bristol?
The Divercities app is a free mobile app aiming to stimulate discovery about the city through cultural recommendations. Content is created by citizens
for citizens, encapsulating a city’s creative and cultural heart in a series of content locations called ‘capsules’.
Led by Superact and 1D Lab, the free workshop will introduce participants to creating their own ‘capsules’ and share creative cultural landmarks from their city. From street art to statue, is there a creative or cultural landmark that symbolises your city? How can this be represented through existing digital content? How can this stimulate curiosity and enable discovery?
This is a free participative session that encourages attendees to consider their city from a different perspective, see it in a new light.
Festival of the Future City
The Festival of the Future City aims to be the largest public debate about the future of cities. The festival brings together politicians, writers, artists, scientists, change-makers, journalists, city-builders and many more from around the world.
The festival will explore a range of key issues relating to the future of our cities, collaborating with communities in their spaces; artificial intelligence and future cities, healthy cities and places and foster sustainable cities.
The Festival of the Future takes place 18-20 October 2017. The full programme can be found online at futurecityfestival.co.uk
Divercities is an alternative cityguide for the curious. It is an innovative mobile app helping users discover places and new experiences in the city around them. Each location or ‘capsule’ offers content ranging from music, videos, video games, articles, podcasts, book abstracts, comic books, anime and more.