#rpCampus: 6 September - 4 October 2020 | Ziegrastraße 1, Berlin | Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 4-8pm | Free entry!
Since we have organized #rpREMOTE on 7 May 2020, a free one-day online conference in digital exile accessible to all for the first time in our history, we are now about to launch another prototype this September. Meant as an experimental ground for future projects, re:publica Campus will create a framework where we will work together with various partners to implement new digital, hybrid and analogue formats from 6 September to 4 October 2020.
#rpCampus: One month. Four weekly topics. Digital and hybrid formats. A real-life exhibition.
September 2020 will be all about #rpCampus: Four themes for the weeks from 6 September to 4 October 2020, each dedicated to one of the main topics of current debates of our time. Every day, 5pm-8pm, we will present a free digital programme with live-streamed short lectures, panel discussions, interviews and tutorials on our online platform campus.re-publica.com and on YouTube. In digital discussion rooms — or Deep Dives— we will be offering Q&As with participating speakers.
Each week ends with a workshop day on which the digital programme will be expanded by an analogue format. Our aim is to merge discussions and create synergies between participants and the programme’s main actors. In order to make this a Corona-compliant and hybrid event we are building a new framework open to everyone.
Using the hashtag #rpCampus, we will discuss and moderate the ongoing re:publica sessions on Twitter and Facebook. We look forward to an engaging exchange with you!
A historic factory building in Berlin-Neukölln (Ziegrastraße 1) serves as the backdrop for recordings and live streams of the digital content of #rpCampus and is the place where hybrid and analogue formats take place in strict compliance with the applicable hygiene regulations.
Parallel to the weekly topics an interactive exhibition will be installed inviting visitors to the site during the entire period (6 September to 4 October 2020) on Sundays to Thursdays, 4pm-8pm. The exhibition’s motto will be "Netz Werke—An Exhibition on Life on the Net" and is part of project Netzfest.
Be part of it—we’re looking forward to seeing you!