URBAN CHANGE WEEK

Urban Change Week is large urban event that
will take place from April 17 to April 20, 2019.

The week will bring together creative spaces, design sessions and workshops, forums and business meetings, debates about the city, educational lectures, training events and excursions.
5 directions of urban change
You can choose your own participation format
Develop
This section engages main parties of the city - government, business, and citizens – in a proactive conversation about the development of the city and reaching agreements, overall plans, and development framework.
Do
This section contains discussion and participation in the development of the city at different levels, initiation of changes, implementation and launching of co-participation projects.
Dream
This section contains reflection about the future of the city: its concepts of development, economics and sociology, collective memory and futuristic vision, culture and politics.
Digitize
In this section, participants will share the experience of technological solutions for the city, discuss successful and unsuccessful examples of implementation of "smart cities" models.
Design
This section focuses on a practical approach to the development of the urban environment: design sessions in the field of in urban studies, architecture, design, and art.
Speakers
BUSINESS PROGRAM
17 april, Artplay
V International Spatial Development Forum

11:00 — 11:10
Opening of the V International Spatial Development Forum «Urban Renaissance: transfer from the cities' past to the future»

Main Stage
11:10 — 12:40
Plenary discussion «Urban Renaissance: re-coding of historical cities»
Much attention in the international agenda is given to the preservation of urban cultural and historical heritage. In particular, in the New Urban Agenda. Habitat III, the heritage is highlighted as one of the basic elements of urban development strategies, and the need to preserve it is the goal of all levels of government.

Cultural heritage is the main resource for the development of historical cities; however, its maintenance in accordance with the appropriate standards requires significant investments.

There are many ways to address the challenge of protecting and reconstructing cultural heritage sites: in many countries, attracting business representatives to the reconstruction of heritage sites, creating attractive investment conditions for them and the maximum reducing of risks move to the forefront.

In historical cities, the new architectural dominants could and should appear, as they will continue the architectural dialogue of the eras, form a new image of the city, create prerequisites for the development of the economic and tourist industry and thus monetize historical heritage. An important issue is creation of comfortable urban environment, which will set out the conditions for positive perception of the historical city.




Within the framework of the session the participants will discuss:

  • How to make heritage sites as attractive as possible for investors: proven schemes and bold experiments;

  • The balance between the historical and the modern: who decides what the historical cities should be like?

  • Tourism and historical cities: what attracts people to historical cities?

  • Technological, management, social and economic solutions supporting historical cities development;

  • Function of citizens: how to manage work with inhabitants, technologies and infrastructure for both historical heritage saving and city renovation?

Main Stage
11:10 — 12:40
«Kids Urban Lab»

Children track prepared by Architect School Lighthouse

Creative workshop will be held as a play and will involve the participants of the laboratory into dreams about the city of the future. Anastasia Engel, the master of the workshop, will stimulate the children to think about new jobs and professions which can appear. Taking into account their strengths and interests, the participants will be divided into groups which will create their own image of the future city with help from artists, architects and teachers.
Format: Game brainstorming «I'm in the city of the future»

Moderator: Anastasia Engel, co-author of an online program for Teens «Springboard to life» and techniques of the game brainstorming, head of the laboratory of heutagogy of the Department of creative and cognitive methodologies

Target Audience: children



City of children (2 floor)
13:00 — 14:30
Interactive Discussion «Fairytale City, Dream City. How Children Create the Future».
The quality of childhood infrastructure in an urban environment is an indicator of the quality of life in a modern city. The availability of facilities for children, the amount of time spent outside, the ability of children to independently navigate in the city indicate the quality of life of all citizens, show how well the city is developing. However, at the same time, the degree of children's involvement in the development of a city has always been low. Is it possible to engage children in urban planning? Will they be able to offer tools and certain solutions for creating a comfortable and safe city?

Main Stage
13:00 — 14:30
Project workshop
«Resources for city renaissance: search for solutions»

Combining of historical heritage preservation and, at the same time, updating the city, requires new solutions in finances, management, and investment. Participants of the session will discuss the proposals that will contribute to the development of urban infrastructure, the emergence of public cultural spaces, including the creation of a city development fund, attracting investors, etc.

Key Issues:

  • Revitalization of cultural heritage sites;

  • Investing in the city: what could businesses and citizens do;

  • New growing points' creation: economical, cultural and social activities in historical environment;

  • World best practices of urban development.
Hall #3
13:00 — 14:30
Dialogs
«Living city: from atmosphere to sustainable solutions»
Revitalization of cities is possible only through citizen participation, their involvement in shared action. Holding public holidays and festivals is one of the most powerful tools for engaging citizens and renewing cities through culture.

During the session, experts – architects, urbanists, festival organizers – and citizens will discuss the secrets of an ideal city, achieving urban harmony through city celebrations and creating touring public spaces that could reduce the level of social stress in the city.

«During the carnival, the whole world is involved in a play, this is a situation with no boundaries, no limits, when people who are held within the limits of decency, laws and responsibilities, are given the opportunity to suddenly let it go and just be themselves. Holding the whole universe inside» (V. Polunin).



Hall #2
13:00 — 14:30
Workshop «Digital Practices in the Historical Cities»
Peter the Great created Saint Petersburg as a daring and innovative urban project. Now the city has chances to regain its reputation as a platform for shaping and implementation of groundbreaking ideas. Digital and new architectural practices should lift historical cities to a new level, both in terms of planning and implementation of urban projects.

Within the framework of the workshop, the participants will discuss:

  • Whether the modern architecture practices could provide an efficient and balanced way of working in a historical environment?

  • What tools do architects and urbanists apply to study cities?

  • Speed of urban changes: slow transformation of the entire system or fast local changes?

  • How are innovative cities developing all over the world?

  • What should be done to turn Saint Petersburg into the city, comfortable for life and efficient work?


Hall «Amphitheater»

13:00 — 18:00
«Kids Urban Lab»
The Kids Urban Lab is seen as a response to the challenges of the modern city, as a way of shaping the concept of urban development through raising children's awareness about their involvement in the future of the city.

Through collaborative creative projects and learning, children will be able to present a model of the city they would like to live in. They will have an opportunity to fulfill their potential through architecture and art. We expect children to create their own project of an ideal city of the future.


City of children (2 floor)
13:00 — 18:00
Educational Track (in collaboration with Agency for Strategic Initiatives) «100 Urban Leaders»
This educational program is aimed at the finalists of the competition of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives 100 city leaders, and participants of the Forum.

As part of the program, the finalists of the 100 city leaders competition and participants of the Forum will meet representatives of leading urban development institutes, urban planning and development experts.

The program aims to engage active citizens into creating comfortable urban environment.

Hall #4
16:00 — 18:00
Discussion «The Future of the historical center»
Main Stage
16:00 — 18:00
Dialogue
«Economics of Сulture: Know-hows for Urban Happiness»
Could culture be a driver of urban development? How could we create a model of the development that would combine the preservation of the historic city - its cultural sites, heritage and codes - with building of the urban environment, comfortable for residents and tourists? How could we create conditions for the development of intercultural communication?

Within the framework of the dialogue, participants will discuss the decisions, which are necessary to change the trajectory of the development of historical cities from degradation to prosperity.

Key issues of the dialogue:

  • Projects and objects of the 'new culture' as a means of revitalizing the historical city;

  • Parks as meeting points for citizens, or why Gorky Park lacks in St. Petersburg?

  • Museums and cultural centers as drivers of the development of territories – successful Russian cases;

  • City management and partnership with business: how to find sustainable models for cultural development;

  • City and urban dwellers: communities for the city.

Hall #3
16:00 — 18:00
Dialogue
«An Engineer Has Been Creating Smart City – a Sage Will Create Wise City»

Global challenges of our time (increasing anthropogenic pressure on the environment, climate change, the extinction of species, increasing stress and pandemics in cities, general dehumanization, etc.) make us search for new solutions, which could turn our cities into «ideal cities of the future»: garden cities, cities that increase people's potential.

Smart city technologies could not become a panacea for solving global problems, and therefore systemic transformations that combine an ecosystem approach, work with social and cognitive systems are required.

The actor of the new changes is not an engineer, but a sage: while an engineer creates a conveyor, a sage creates a garden. The engineer created the Smart City. A sage will create a Wise City.

In the discussion, participants will identify key ideas and hypotheses of city transformation and new approaches to their development.

Hall #2
16:00 — 18:00
Talkshow
«Mixed use development. Public space»
Key issues for discussion:

  • Opportunities of using and development of public spaces: short-term perspectives, performativity, manageableness enable to change fast and economically independently, to grow together with living society;

  • Principles of applicability and succession, cross-strategies in environmental development;

  • Projects in urban development: one project changing the entire city.
Hall «Amphitheater»
18:30 — 20:00
Closing session-message «New sincerity of St. Petersburg: insights of the city»
The main theme of the final session is a creative discussion of possible options for renewing the city, moving the focus from stability to development. As the result of this discussion, we should get the answer to the question of how to combine new trends in the development of the city, while preserving the cultural and historical identity of Saint Petersburg.

Main Stage(Guild)
18 april, Artplay
I International forum «Public participation in metropolis development»

11:00 — 12:30
Talkshow «Cities 2035»
The fast-changing processes of the urbanization in the modern world are a serious challenge for all actors of urban life. Modern cities should be adaptable to the challenges of time and space. The «City of 2035» model suggests looking at the development of cities from the perspective of a new technological structure, adjusting the concept of urban development to a new understanding of space and form, revising the concept of a city and preparing it for any possible changes.


Main Stage
11:00 — 12:30
Workshop «Citizens as co-authors of new public spaces», pt. 1
One of crucial aspects of urbanist project Waterfront / The Water Line is interaction with local community, municipal authorities, businesses and public initiatives that already exist.

On this Forum, we decided to organize the first public discussion of our work-in-progress Waterfront as a business role-playing.

Participants would choose a suitable role ("local authorities", "tourist", "activist", "construction worker", "old lady", "parent with a child" etc.), through which they will tekr part in the discussion.

In the first part of the workshop, Jeroen Everaert, founder and creative director of the "Enter the Mothership" company and a representative person of the project "Who owns the river?" will talk about how art can change the reputation of the region. He will present a project he is working on in the Netherlands in the Drechtsteden region. At the moment, Drechtsteden is one of the most innovative regions in the world in the field of water management, which was promoted by a new flood that occurred 600 years ago.
For the Dutch, Drechtsteden is not an attractive region in terms of image. The "Enter the Mothership" team has developed a concept for improving the image of the city, using the role of water in the history of the region.


Authors: Dmitry Pilkin, Olga Mnishko

Curator of the session - Waterfront community.

Supported by the Dutch Institute.

Produced by Albina Motor



Hall #2
11:00 — 12:30
Round table «Maps editing and public participation GIS»
Quick notifications about eco-catastrophes, peer-to-peer information about favorite coffee shops and bakeries, the national list of trees, emotional map of the city, urban problems map... Geo-informational systems make it possible to collect the information literally about everything that concerns the life of urban residents. Public participation GIS combines the capabilities of online surveys and development of "public maps" of the city.

During the round table, we will discuss whether it is easy to use PPGIS in Russian cities and what the prospects in this field are.

Speakers:

  • Maria Tinika, curator of Urbantrees.ru project;
  • Andrey Bolshakov, GIS BIS company;
  • Artem Konukhov, developer of the city's emotional map "Imprecity";
  • Irina Vlasova, mediacoordinator of "Zero Waste" project (Greenpeace), "Recyclemap";
  • Steve Kuddins, coordinator of "Beautiful St. Petersburg" portal.

Moderator: Alexandra Nenko, Associate Professor at Institute for Design and Urban Studies, ITMO University, Head of Quality of Urban Life Laboratory

Hall #3
11:00 — 12:30
Discussion
«Dealing with the legacy of the regions: reconsidering and transmitting values»

During the discussion participants will consider:

  • redevelopment trends in Russia;
  • tools and methods of working with the heritage in the regions (case study);
  • work with the local community (case study);
  • reconsidering the heritage of the regions and transmitting it with modern methods of communication.

Curator: Octava creative cluster


Hall «Amphitheate»
13:00
Opening of The International Public Participation Forum:
«Public participation in the development of megacities: empowerment»
Greetings from Alexander Beglov, Acting Governor of Saint Petersburg

Main Stage
13:00 — 14:30
Plenary Discussion
«Public Participation: Best Practices of Urban Development»
During the session, participants will consider technological, management, social and economic decisions that promote the development of historical cities, present their vision on ways of working with citizens, technology and infrastructure in the context of preserving historical heritage, together with changing and developing the city.

Speakers:

  • Eugeny Elin, Vice Governor of St. Petersburg;
  • Cem Mete, Practice Manager of the World Bank Social Protection & Jobs Global Practice;
  • Alexey Lavrov, Deputy Minister of Finance of The Russian Federation;
  • Paula Marques, Deputy-Mayor responsible by Housing and Local Development areas (Portugal);
  • Kyungchan Park, Director of Participatory Budget Division, Ministry of Economy and Finance (South Korea);
  • Mathilde Maulat, Chief of Cabinet of the Vice-Mayor for Participation, The Municipality of Paris (France).

Moderator: Nika Strizhak, journalist

Main Stage
13:00 — 14:30
Round table «Professional approach in media to historical cities development and exploiting of cultural heritage objects»
Issues to discuss: redevelopment of industrial architecture and media representation of the process, residential development in historically industrial areas, new life of Soviet "cultural oases" in the Leningrad Region and neighboring countries, and the reaction of the press.

Invited Speakers:

  • Margarita Stieglitz, Doctor of architecture, Professor;
  • Fedor Turkin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rosstroyinvest group;
  • Elena Minchenok, Representative of the All-Russian society for the protection of historical and cultural monuments and the Center of Approvals;
  • Sergey Yaroshetsky, Chairman of the Guild of journalists working in the field of architecture, building and cultural heritage preservation of the union of journalists of St. Petersburg and Leningrad region.

Curator: The Guild of journalists working in the sphere of architecture, building and cultural heritage preservation of the union of journalists of St. Petersburg and Leningrad region

Hall #3
13:00 — 14:30
Workshop «Citizens as co-authors of new public spaces», part 2
One of crucial aspects of urbanist project Waterfront / The Water Line is interaction with local community, municipal authorities, businesses and public initiatives that already exist.

On this Forum, we decided to organize the first public discussion of our work-in-progress Waterfront as a business role-playing.

Participants would choose a suitable role ("local authorities", "tourist", "activist", "construction worker", "old lady", "parent with a child" etc.), through which they will tekr part in the discussion.

Authors: Dmitry Pilkin, Olga Mnishko, experts of Waterfront project

Curator of the session: Waterfront project, Street Art Research Institute in partnership with the Dutch Institute of Culture and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Produced by Albina Motor


Hall #2
13:00 — 18:00
«Kids Urban Lab»
City of children (2 floor)
13:00 — 18:00
Educational Track «100 Urban Leaders»
Hall #4
15:30 — 17:00
Plenary Discussion «Digital transformation of Russian cities»
Digital technologies change the life of contemporary society: people's daily routine, labor relations, structure of economics, education undergo profound transformations. Requirements to communication systems, computation capacity, information services are constantly updated. Nowadays, Big Data and digital environment turn into a new asset, and it happening mostly due to their alternative value.

Russian cities face deep challenges. They are often not prepared enough for digital transformation and require a serious reconstruction of infrastructure, relations with the society and management system.

Key points of the dialog:

  • Digital transformation of Russian cities: know-hows and results

  • How smart technologies can change every sphere of economy and basing on synergistic effect create a true smart city during recent decades?

  • Exchange of practices of smart cities development

Speakers:

  • Vladimir Knyaginin, Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg;

  • Dmitry Yalov, Vice chairman of the Leningradsky region government, chairman of Committee of economic development and investing activities;

  • Vladimir Vasilyev, rector of ITMO University;

  • Andrey Balatsenko, Vice President and Director of the North-West Macroregional Branch, OJSC Rostelecom;

  • Elena Lyubushkina, Head of Gatchina municipal district administration.

  • Airat Khairullin, Head of the Almetyevsk municipal district, Mayor of Almetyevsk;

  • Natalia Osetrova, Managing director of Gatchina Gardens regional resort;

  • Yuri Berestov, President of Association of smart cities;

Moderator: Andrey Bezrukov, President, Digital development Fund

Main Stage
15:30 — 17:00
Round table
«Public Participation: particular contribution of participatory budgeting in urban development of European cities»

The modern city could not keep developing in the right direction without participation of city residents. Urban inhabitants are able to and should contribute to the development of the urban environment, creating a city comfortable for living. Many countries, including Russia, have already been using various practices of public participation. However, such approach to the development of the urban environment is not allied all over the world. Therefore, our main goal is to understand why public participation practices have not yet spread everywhere.

The focus of this discussion is goal setting and motivation of European city administrations in engaging city residents in urban development in those cities that have historical protective status, several administrative levels, a strong influence of political parties due to the fact that these factors create additional difficulties in implementing participatory practices as well as scaling them.


During the discussion, participants will discuss the following aspects:

  • Priorities of city administrations: the difference in the approaches in addressing the problem of public participation;

  • The impact of public participation programs on urban governance and improvement of living conditions;

  • Contribution of participatory budgeting programs to urban development and the comparative advantages of this method;

  • Results of various participatory practices: the most successful cases.

Hall #3
15:30 — 17:00
Workshop «Comfortable Environment: How to Create It and How to Participate in the Program»
The workshop is related to the «Comfortable urban environment» program and best practices for implementation of this program.

Participants from previous years, who would like to share the experience of participating in the competition, are invited to take part in the workshop and submit their case studies.

Hall #3
15:30 — 17:00
Discussion
«Creative clusters and their role in the city»

Curator: Octava creative cluster

Hall «Amphitheater»
17:30 — 19:00
Public talk with editors in chef of urban mass media
Editors in chef of urban mass media will speak about press helping the city to develop and influencing the process. In addition, trends of modern urban news making will be discussed.

Main Stage
17:30 — 19:00
Discussion
«From Smaller to Greater: Scaling the Initiative Budgeting and Sustainable Urban Development»

The round table is devoted to scaling of public participation projects. How to create stable functioning institutions that ensure high-quality public participation in urban management? What Russian and global programs can be considered as successful examples of spreading the experience of public participation at the local and regional level?

Hall #3
17:30 — 19:00
Open Lecture «Experience in organizing a participatory budgeting in Italian penal system»
Speaker:

Giovanni Allegretti, World Bank expert on issues of participatory budgeting, professor at the University of Coimbra (Portugal)

Hall «Amphitheater»
17:15 — 19:15
«Kids Urban Lab»
Children track prepared by Architect School Lighthouse

City of children (2 floor)

17:15 — 19:15
Educational Track «100 Urban Leaders»
Continuation

Hall #4
19 april, Artplay
I International forum «Public participation in metropolis development»

11:00 — 13:00
Public talk «A city I'd like to live in»
Speakers:

Paul Citron, Development Director of Plateau Urbain (France).

Andrei Kochetkov, founder of Tom Sawyer Fest;


Main Stage
11:00 — 13:00
Discussion «Public Participation in Social Development»
The discuddion is devoted to public participation in addressing social issues, such as protecting the interests of vulnerable groups and communities (people with disabilities, migrants, poor citizens), as well as the processes of public participation in schools and dealing with problems of social housing.

Hall #2
11:00 — 13:00
Discussion «Bottom-up initiative, public spaces and spatial development»
The discussion is devoted to the territorial principle in urban development and public participation as a tool for dynamic development of the city as a platform for comfortable life of residents.

During the discussion, participants will discuss the following aspects:

  • Participation of local communities in the spatial development within cities;

  • The importance of public spaces for city development;

  • Possible approaches to the development of urban spaces.

Hall #3
11:00 — 13:00
Discussion «Education 4.0: How to Raise People of the Future»
The forth industrial revolution has shifted the way of data procession. Openness of the Internet on the one hand provides easy access to the knowledge, but on the other — creates enormous scope of information. To work through this data one needs to gain new skills and abilities. How the school of the future will react on high-speed technological progress? What skills are required for a teacher in the Internet era? How to engage and excite present-day students in educational process? These and other issues concerning the matter of future education we will discuss with the experts from supplementary schools, specialists of innovative education, as well as with teachers and practitioners who practically apply the alternative educational strategies.

Participants:

  • Olga Smirnova, head of Mayak School of Creative Industries;

  • Alexandra Kheyfets, co-founder of "Kaskad";

  • Daria Savelieva, specialist in teaching methods for teenagers, "Kaskad";

  • Irina Manysheva, principal and founder of non-governmental academic institution "Juventa";

  • Alexandra Glazkova, HR & ADM Director

Moderator: Anastasiia Engel (head of the Faculty of Heutagogy at the Creative and Cognitive Methodologies Department Corporate Communication OEAEP, author of training programs for teenagers, navigator)


Hall «Amphitheater»
11:00 — 16:00
Kids Urban Lab
Hall #4
11:00 — 16:00
Educational Track «100 Urban Leaders»
Hall #4
14:00 — 16:00
Public talk «Renaissance: People, Art and Cities»
Speakers:

  • Olga Kisseleva, Professor, artist, director of Art&Science Program Faculty of Arts Pantheon-Sorbonne University, editor-in-chief of Plastik Art&Science magazine;

  • Pedro Gadanho, Director of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT), (Lisbon, Portugal)

Main Stage
14:00 — 16:00
Discussion «Regulatory practices and governance of participatory processes»
The discussion will cover issues of regulation in public participation. What are the options for regulating public participation at the local, regional and national levels? How laws, which ensure the participation of residents in the decision-making on urban development processes, are adopted? How do these laws function?

Hall #2
14:00 — 16:00
Discussion «Smart Cities and Smart Citizens: Opportunities and Challenges of Digital Solutinons for Public Participation»
The discussion is focused on the use of information technologies to ensure public participation on various examples of online platforms that allow to engage citizens into the practices of urban participation and crowd-funding initiatives, as well as to hold discussions on public initiatives and vote for the proposed ideas.


Hall #3
14:00 — 16:00
Project-based Session
«Generating the ideas for the development of the city»

Modern cities should change, adapting to the actual needs of their residents, providing them with a high level of comfort and the best possible urban environment. The main driver of these transformations should be creativity, which will preserve the intellectual potential of the city and, at the same time, will shape a comfortable environment for residents, an attractive sense of completion for tourists and a platform for investors.

Questions of the project-based session:

  • How can the city administration attract business and investors to the implementation of new technologies and the development of urban infrastructure?

  • How to engage people in the implementation of important urban projects?

  • How to encourage the initiative of the residents and motivate them to interact actively for the benefit of the city?

Hall «Amphitheater» (Guild)
14:00 — 16:00
«Kids Urban Lab»
Children track prepared by Architect School Lighthouse

City of children (Guild)
16:30 — 18:30
Public talk. Hard&Soft «How communities can start urban transformations»
Speakers:

Bjarne Gantzel Pedersen, Founder of Greenwich Copenhagen;

Main Stage
16:30 — 18:30
Film screening


Hall #3
16:30 — 18:30
Discussion «Prototyping a Wise City. Desired Future Here and Now»
Presentation of the results of the design and discussion of the existing local answers to the questions of the development of a modern non-anthropocentric eco-friendly city: ecovillage, communes, alternative economic models.

Hall #2
16:30 — 18:30
Summing up the results of the business program of the Forum «Public participation in megacities»
After round table work the moderators will present collective opinions of the participants about the main trends and challenges in the development of different forms of public participation in modern metropoles.

Hall «Amphitheater» (Guild)
18:30 — 20:00
Doc film screening
«A Room in Moscow»

"A room in Moscow" is a film-research speaking about the citizens and their attitude towards home. It is a story about a difficult choise which is to be made in the capital metropolis. The home, whatever it is, is always different for the characters of the film. The home is a space in which we invest the most valuable: our time to choose it and to acclimatize there.

In this case, Moscow is considered as a large apartment block, where we choose the most appropriate option. This choise is based on many variations. This is what makes the city attractive for living.

The film is a preface to online educational program in urbanistics. It aims to create a context for professional discussion of urban policy, development projects and housing market.

A discussion with the authors of the film is planned after the demonstration.

Movie trailer: https://vimeo.com/324928870
18+

Hall #3

Cultural program
The educational program will be attended by well-known Russian and international experts who will help make life in the city more meaningful and humane. Within our cultural and entertainment program, visitors will enjoy excursions, live performances and a concert, a food market for healthy food and street food court. Everyone will find something to do!
Kids Urban Lab - workshop on the creation of the urban environment with the participation of children
April 17 — 20
Hackathon "Smart city" - technological tournament among software developers
April 27 — 28
Exhibition «Participation of citizens in the development of the urban environment»
April 17 — 19
Excursion-tour «Creative spaces and new growth points»
April 17 — 20
Audio-visual performances.
April 17 — 20
Master classes
April 17 — 20
Cinema
April 17 — 20
Lectures
April 17 — 20
Partners
Venue
Artplay SPb Design and Architecture Center Saint-Petersburg, Krasnogvardeyskaya square, 3E, 1 floor
Co-organizers
Contacts
PR & Media


Evgeniya Zaslavskaya pr@urbanchange.ru

Partners


Elena Zvereva partners@urbanchange.ru
Program & Speakers,
IR & GR

Katerina Manzhula international@urbanchange.ru
Registration

Anna Bulina
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