On September 4, the first Cosmolocal Festival will take place in the Kopli 93 community center in Tallinn in cooperation with the researchers of Nurkse Department and the city of Tallinn.
Cosmolocal Festival is the first one of a kind DIY, local production, repair, and crafts festival in Estonia, taking place in Tallinn at Kopli 93 community center.
Here you will get in touch with projects, performers, experts, masters, and trainers, who bring us knowledge and practical everyday life skills to make our lifestyles more environmentally friendly and sustainable. During the day we can hear different presentations, participate in workshops, and find like-minded people.
The festival will be opened at 11:00 am by Ave Timberg and Karin Kruup from Kopli 93 Community Center.
At 11:15 am Lucas Lemos (Junior researcher in Nurkse Department, TalTech; P2P Lab) will explain what cosmolocalism is. This is followed by a talk by Pisith San (Junior researcher in Nurkse Department, Taltech; P2P Lab) on what we can learn from Buddhist economics to live a more sustainable lifestyle at 12.15 pm.
See the full programme on Cosmolocal festival´s Facebook event.
This is an outdoor festival that is held both in Estonian and English. The event takes place in every weather. The entrance is free of charge.
For safety measures, it is necessary to prove Covid-19 infection safety status (Covid-19 vaccine passport, or do a rapid test that is available at the gate. The circumstances can change according to government regulations.
The partners of Cosmolocal Festival are Kopli 93, Fab City Foundation, Mariani Permakultuur, FolkLore, Velomarket, Ilma shop, Information Centre for Sustainable Renovation, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn City, Distributed Design, Centrinno, Cosmolocalism, and more to be confirmed!
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement number 869595. Read more: https://centrinno.eu/