You want more programme? Then come take a look. We now have more sessions from the Call for Participation online.
We are very happy to announce our collaboration with Reworks Agora! Together, we’ll be co-curating a panel at re:publica Thessaloniki from 11 to 13 September, as well as offering you the chance to attend both conferences with a nice price combo ticket.
May we present our speakers to you? The next speakers we’d like to introduce are Antonella Napolitano and Marina Petrillo – journalists whose work focuses on migration and the refugee crisis. They will be speaking at #rpTHE.
May we present our speakers to you? Let’s start with the Irish journalist Caelainn Hogan, who researched the current Irish housing crisis. She took the time to answer some questions for us.
We’re taking a trip. Join us! I’m packing my duffle bag and joining re:publica on their European field trip. Want to join? We’ll sponsor your trip to Dublin or Thessaloniki with a travel voucher.
From standing in the ring with a gladiator, to visiting the Auschwitz concentration camps – just by donning a pair of VR googles, you could walk through a whole range of virtual scenarios at re:publica. But what is permitted in virtual space, and what isn't? A review.
re:publica 2017 was amazing, and so were the visitors! Find out more on them here in our survey.
A new look for our next journey: Dublin & Thessaloniki ahoy! For re:connecting EUROPE, we came up with something special inspired by maritime signal flags.
The web is everywhere – and we shape it. It’s culture, baby! The Arts & Culture track at #rp17 was all about digital art, cultural policies, net activism and education. The most prominent topic: virtual reality (VR) and all the things it makes possible. A look back.
The first submissions from our call are being evaluated now! Check out our programme for re:connecting Europe in Dublin & Thessaloniki. And don't forget, you can still hand in your own ideas until July 16th!
We have something special prepared for you in Thessaloniki: re:boat. We thought we could use the fact that we're in a port for sessions and more on board.