Nov

9

Incubation models for social & creative entrepreneurship: Sharing knowledge and testimonials 0 Reply

A vibrant and diverse social enterprise incubation landscape has been rapidly evolving over the last years. Incubators and accelerators have been pioneers in successfully combining support services including mentoring, funding, business development and infrastructure, to support the emergence of innovative social enterprises and start-ups. In this framework, social and creative entrepreneurship has also found a place and the support from different specialised incubators. Variations in the focus of social incubators have also led to emergence of unique operating and financing models of these social enterprise incubators.

 

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As follow-up of the cycle on social and creative entrepreneurship organised by Dialogue Café in 2015, we would like to launch an knowledge exchange session with the main purpose of review the existing incubation models in the social and creative sector, provide an opportunity to exchange practices and promote networking between social enterprise incubators and other eco-system players from across the world.

With this objective incubators and projects incubated working in the social and creative sector will be invited to participate in this session and share challenges and experiences.

The session will take place in portuguese and will join participants in Dialogue Cafe Lisboa (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) and Dialogue Café Rio de Janeiro (UCAM University).

Special organisations will join is in Évora: ADRAL and Lisbon: Fab Lab and Creative Hub Mouraria!

For more information download the concept paper and the programme.

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Nov

9

Talk on the Legacy of the Olympic Games by Roberto Ainbinder 0 Reply

 

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The session will take place on 23 November from 15h to 16h30 London time and will connect DCs based in Dialogue Cafe Lisboa (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) and Dialogue Café Rio de Janeiro (UCAM University).

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Nov

8

Sustainable clothing vs Fast fashion 2 2

Each week we discover something new about the negative impact the fast fashion industry is having in people´s live and our planet, because the abuse of resources, human and naturals. Confronting this challenge, people, aware and committed, decide to engage and be part of a global or local change. Our commitment for a better future may come from different routes, changing our consumption way of life, thinking about the impact of our daily life, or why not, sewing our own clothes.

The DIY (Do It Yourself) movement and attitude is growing faster for some years now. The list of introductory workshops offered, creative sewing magazines sold, and number of interactions on Pinterest focused on DIY tips, are only few, but strong indicators of the power this movement is acquiring globally. Nevertheless, the DIY movement is having greater impact and seems to serve as powerful injection of motivation for creativity. What started as a hobby becomes stronger and more stable with business projection. The number of makers and sustainable aimed fashion projects increased, but it is this trend having a real impact on the fast fashion industry? Which are the other elements having an influence in the development of sustainable fashion initiatives?

 

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In the framework of the Global Exchange of Crafts Makers launched in April 2016, Dialogue Café Association is organising a global conversation on “Sustainable clothing, it´s the DIY movement a response to fast fashion?”.

The session will take place on 29 November from 15h to 17h London time and will connect DCs based in Dialogue Cafe Lisboa (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) and Dialogue Café Rio de Janeiro (UCAM University).

Special speakers will join us in:

Dialogue Café Lisbon:

Diana Pais, Founder of Cose Mais and Miss Castelinhos; Teresa Carvalheira, Board Member of Fashion Revolution Portugal; Joana Tadeu, Co-Founder of A Montra / The Window Sustainable Curators; RĂ©mi, Director of Charivari Lab; Ana Rita Albuquerque from VOLUME Atelier; and Sara Mazurca of Mazurca Handmade.

Dialogue Café Rio de Janeiro (Brazil):

Michelle Narita, Co-Founder of Slow Down Fashion, Helena Rocha from Pipa Social, and SĂ­lvia Blumberg from SĂ­lvia Blumberg Joias.

Makers, creative and engaged people are invited to participate in this debate and discuss about how the DIY movement can, in one hand, fight against the impact the fast fashion has in our planet, in other hand, strengthen sustainable clothing initiatives.

For more information about the session download the concept paper and the programme!

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Oct

11

Cultural Management and Museums 2 2

DUE TO UNFORTUNATE ISSUES, THIS EVENT WILL NOT TAKE PLACE. PLEASE ACCEPT OUR APOLOGIES. THE EVENT WILL BE RE-PLANNED VERY SOON. IF YOU WISH TO KNOW WHEN THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE, LET US KNOW BY EMAILING US!

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In the framework of the Cycle “Sharing Knowledge on Cultural Management” a new session will take place next 24 November from 15h to 16h30 London time.

Special speakers will join us in Dialogue Cafe of Cidade de Praia (Instituto Pedro Pires para a Liderança), Rio de Janeiro (Cândido Mendes University), and Lisbon (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) will be joining this global conversation.

 

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PROGRAMME

Moderator:

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Kátia de Marco, Coordinator of the Dialogue Café Rio de Janeiro. Founder & President of the Brazilian Association of Cultural Management; Academic Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Cultural & Social Studies, Cultural Management MBI at Cândido Mendes University. And Antonio Parreiras Museum Director, in Niterói.

 

Special Speakers

Dialogue Café Rio de Janeiro:

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• Lucimara Letelier, Assistant Director of Arts of the British Council, Founder of Artefoco Cultural Management.

 

Dialogue Café Cidade de Praia:

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• César Schofield Cardoso, photographer / filmmaker / webdeveloper

 

With the participation of Dialogue Café Lisboa. 

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Oct

6

The challenges of business development and internationalisation: makers share their testimonials 0 Reply

In the framework of the cycle Global Exchange of Crafts Makers, a fourth global conversation on “The challenges of business development and internationalisation: makers share their testimonials” will take place next 27 October 2016 from 15h to 17h00 (London time) between Dialogue CafĂ© Évora, Dialogue Cafe Novi Pazar, Dialogue CafĂ© Lisbon and Dialogue Cafe Rio de Janeiro.

 

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During this session, makers will discuss about the challenges of developing their business and strengthening their presence in the local and international market. 

Are makers and artisans using online platforms to sell their products?If yes, which are the best ones and why? And what about the local market, which are the best platforms for selling their products? In terms of business development, which are the major limitations makers face daily?  Makers will also discuss about the real cost of crafts. 

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Sep

5

Crafting cultural heritage: how to promote intercultural dialogue and diversity through traditional crafts 0 Reply

A new generation of practitioners have espoused the “handcraft” movement propelled by these uniquely skilled independent designers and artists. Some of them look to history to nurture their making and provide an added value to their creations, the value of preserving knowledge and cultural heritage. Most of them become inspired by their own culture, other prefer to drink from other continents. At the same time, we share a rich cultural heritage as a result of centuries of exchange and migratory flows. Promoting cultural diversity is essential for contributing to economic and social cohesion.

In the framework of the cycle Global Exchange of Crafts Makers, a third global conversation on “Crafting cultural heritage: how to promote intercultural dialogue and diversity through traditional crafts” will be held next 29 September 2016 from 16h to 17h30 (London time) between Dialogue CafĂ© Évora, Dialogue Cafe Novi Pazar, Dialogue CafĂ© Lisbon and Dialogue Cafe Rio de Janeiro.

 

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During this session, participants will debate the intercultural bridges artisans might develop by inspiring their crafts product of different cultures and from different heritage.

How artisans look to their own cultural heritage? In which ways artisans provide innovation to their products? How artisans look to the possibilities of being inspired from other cultures and heritages? Is there a space for cultural diversity in the artisan market?

Download the cycle concept paper and the final programme or contact us for further information.

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Hello Michele! the Smart Cities II project finished longtime ago. If you wish concrete information, contact us by email to info@dialoguecafe.org. With thanks and kind regards
daliasendra on 2018.09.18