Workshop: How to talk about the Commons in non-expert audiences?
The “Musical chairs as Commons” experiential game is the reverse of the classical capitalist musical chairs game: collaborative and community-driven vs competitive and individualistic. In the context of the former, when the music stops, the participants are challenged to find inclusive solutions and treat chairs as a common resource, instead of excluding players out of the game.
This workshop will practise, through experiential education and reflective observation, the basic notions of Commoning.
Time: 29 November 2019, 14:00-16:30.
The workshop is carried out by Alekos Pantazis, who is a Junior Research Fellow at Tallinn University of Technology and a core member of the P2P Lab – a research collective that focuses on interdisciplinary research on the commons.
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