Between June 12th and 15th, the Tech Culture Festival takes place in the Hague. This event directly addresses issues relating to the transformative power of the creative Industries, digital media and citizen/stakeholder engagement.
The day program includes approximately 30 different labs spread out over 3 days and more than 15 locations in The Hague. Topics range from the future of food, biohacking, and circular cities to tech to human rights and extreme space design.
During the festival night, on June 15th, you can join for an eclectic program which includes more than 30 sessions hosted by artists, scientists, authors, designers, engineers, and many others.
At a Border Sessions Lab you can dive into a specific topic or theme together with a diverse group of around 30 – 50 people, such as designers, hackers, students, entrepreneurs, artists, innovation managers, activists, citizens, and scientists.
On of the labs is Collaborative Builders of Regional Innovation on June 14th. This lab is devoted to the societal challenges that are collaboratively resolved in Europe and Japan. The premise of the lab is that ‘creative blocks’ – small innovation units in cities, regions, and organizations where creative people already collaborate – can be connected in ways which enhance their potential societal impact. Please check the website for more info on the lab.
It is an opportunity to tinker, think, and build together towards a clear mission and goal. Join one of the labs, meet new people and find common ground to innovate and kickstart future endeavours.
Get your tickets now to not miss out on this amazing opportunity!