The Municipality of Levadia is hosting a Digital Lab during our first production residency for Memory of Water. Opening the event, Mayor Mrs. Yiota Poulou will present regeneration plans for the River Erkyna and address the challenges posed by the artistic team during our last research visit. The event will also include contributions from partner cities and address our core question: what’s next for waterfront heritage zones in post-industrial European cities?
We will be live on Facebook @memoryofwaterEU on Wednesday 17 April 2019 from 10am IST. The full programme and list of contributors coming soon!
Digital Labs will also be hosted in Limerick, Gdańsk and Govan. If you have post-industrial waterfront heritage zones in your city, and especially if you are experimenting with innovative solutions to address issues like gentrification, non-place/any-place construction or environmental impacts, then please contact the team at email@example.com or your local partner.
About Memory of Water:
Memory of Water is an artist-led project exploring post-industrial waterfront heritage in the context of community development and urban planning. Over two years, the participating partners from six countries are collaborating on twenty-three interconnected activities including four City Labs, six international residencies, and a filmed documentary.
Artists will work with citizens, community groups, politicians, urban planners and other stakeholders to create inclusive events and artistic interventions. The project artists are ts Beall, Rafika Chawishe, Mary Conroy, Jonas Myrstrand, Siegfried Vynck, and Iwona Zając.
Ormston House is a project partner on Memory of Water with Stad Ostend in Belgium, the Municipality of Levadia in Greece, Nadbaltyckie Centrum Kultury in Poland, Fablevision in Scotland, and Intercult in Sweden. The participation of Ormston House is co-funded by Creative Europe, The Arts Council of Ireland and Limerick Arts Department.