the first European festival on creativity

2019 Program

Event #56

Sunday 1 September_10.00 AM_11.30 AM

Children / Kids
Talent Garden Sarzana sala C10 - euro 4.00
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Scuola di Robotica

The Robots’ zoo

Workshop ages 8-13 60 minutes
20 participants

 

Animals into space? Sure…robotic animals! With We Do 2.0 robots’ kits for young scientists and using the Scratch coding software we will construct a robotic animals’ zoo, trying to imagine and reproduce the behavior of this special and special characters.

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is a non-profit association funded in 2000 in Genoa, Italy as an initiative coming from a group of Human Science and Robotics Scholars. Its purpose is to promote robotic culture through educational, training and spreading of arts and involved disciplines activities.

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Event #1

Amalia Ercoli Finzi

Space Exploration: today, tomorrow, and… the day after

Event #2

Telmo Pievani

And they called it sapiens

Event #5

Beatrice Venezi, Gioele Dix

A time that is not near

Event #6

Alessandro Barbero

Popular revolts in Medieval Europe.
The Jacquerie of French peasants (1358)

Event #7Approfonditamente

David Monacchi

Fragments of extinctions

Event #8

Francesca Rossi

Our future with A.I.

Event #9

Bertrand Badré

Will finance save the world?

Event #11

Luigina Mortari

Taking care of oneself, of others, of the world

Event #12

Antonello Provenzale

How is Earth’s climate changing?

Event #13

Lina Bolzoni

The art of reading between past and future

Event #14

Massimiliano Valerii

The end of «the end of history»

Event #15

Filippo Tuena

Scott: future’s first explorer

Event #16Approfonditamente

Dario Bressanini, Lucilla Titta

Yesterday’s and tomorrow's diets. How to survive fake news?

Event #17

Carlo Ratti

Open Source Architecture

Event #18

Edward Bullmore

The inflamed mind

Event #19

Massimo Recalcati

Will it still be possible to love you?

Event #20

Andrea Moro

The race and the language: the future that does (not) expect us

Event #21

Paolo Colombo, Michele Tranquillini

Ernst Henry Shackleton. The hero who defeated the Arctic

Event #22

Umberto Orsini, Paolo Di Paolo

The future of the theatre

Event #24

Alessandro Barbero

Popular revolts in Medieval Europe. The rebellion of the Ciompi (1378)

Event #25

Roberto Celada Ballanti

The destiny of a community and many religions: is there a dialogue for the future of humanity?

Event #26

Valter Tucci

The Evil’s genes

Event #28

Alberto Giuliani

Looking for immortality

Event #29

Filippo Grandi

Refugees’ future

Event #30

Mauro Agnoletti

What is the perspective of the future of Italy and of the world?

Event #31Approfonditamente

Marco Ortenzi, Marco Parolini

The real truth about plastic and bioplastic (maybe)

Event #32

Barbara Mazzolai

Robots of the future and plants

Event #34

Stefano Laffi

Re-writing the future of our children

Event #35

Ilaria Bonacossa, Massimo Bartolini

City art versus outskirts art

Event #36

Matteo Nucci

Achilles, Odysseus and the truth of the future

Event #37

Atelier dell’Errore

Prototypes of prophetic zoology

Event #40

Alessandro Barbero

Popular revolts in Medieval Europe. English peasants’ revolt (1381)

Event #41Children / Kids

Carlo Carzan, Sonia Scalco

Leonardo, the genius that saw the future

Event #43Children / Kids

Dino Ticli

The Earth, a troubled planet

Event #44Children / Kids

Densa

The city is sounding

Event #49Children / Kids

MUBE

Screened into future

Event #50Children / Kids

Anna Cerasoli

The Pi and geometry party

Event #51Children / Kids

Teatro dell’Orsa

Futura. Postcards from life

Event #53Children / Kids

Densa

If I see, do I believe?”

Event #57Children / Kids

Andrea Vico

Understand and then choose

Event #58Children / Kids

Francesca Sanna

And you, which fear do you have?

Event #59Children / Kids

Googol

Touching the sky with a finger

Event #60Children / Kids

Federico Taddia

Revolution is done by feet!”

Event #61didatticaMente

Anna Cerasoli

Matemathics: food for the mind

Event #62didatticaMente

Alberto Pellai, Barbara Tamborini

The emotive education of the hyper-connected generation

Event #64didatticaMente

Qualcunoconcuicorrere

I’m here too! Let the kids speak

Event #65didatticaMente

Stefano Laffi

Imagination and re-generation exercises

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