Have you ever wondered what the future of our cities would look like if children were in charge?
Call for submissions to IxD&A (Interaction Design and Architecture (s)) Journal
“Now we are interested in how fictions and speculations can inform or drive social change”.
—Jimmy Loizeau, SpeculativeEdu project partner
A Speculative Design discussion from the perspective of the SpeculativeEdu community, Wednesday, 3 March at 18:00 (CET).
Our Italian project partner HER has published a documented case history of the SpeculativeEdu NeoRural Futures Summer School from 2019.
Partners in the SpeculativeEdu project are organising an online workshop as part of the Designing Interactive Systems (ACM DIS) 2020 conference in July.
A SpeculativeEdu panel discussion at Uroboros online design-art festival on Friday, 15 May at 19:00 (CET).
Due the pandemic conditions and limited travel possibilities event is cancelled. More info in autumn.
SpeculativeEdu exhibition at the 26th Biennial of Design in Ljubljana showing projects developed in an educational context.
The second multiplier event of the SpeculativeEdu Project took place in Rome and was designed as an international summer school.
As part of the NeoRural Futures SpeculativeEdu event in Rome the third partners meeting was held on 5th of September.
Speculative design for rurality in global scenarios workshop from 2nd to 6th of September 2019.
Future Friends in Maribor hosted 120 people from around the world.
As part of the Future Friends SpeculativeEdu event in Maribor the second partners meeting was held on 16th of April.
Are you a design educator in Europe? Do you use speculation about possible futures in your design education? Please participate in our survey on the current and future state of Speculative Design education in Europe.
Are you a Design Educator in Europe? Please take part in our Speculative Design Education survey.
Kick-off meeting took place at the Arts Academy in Split on 22 October 2018.
SpeculativeEdu kick-off meeting and open discussion were part of this year’s Speculative Design Workshop (Interakcije 2018) focused on one of the most relevant global topics: climate change.