We will be working in Madrid with El Ranchito from 8th - 16th January.
Scott and Metod will lead a walk, where the locations and route are decided collectively by CP and El Ranchito participants, before and during the walk. Its an emergent and divergent walk
Here are some ideas and Notes for a Walk in Madrid
Workshop, and analogue wiki
Metod will lead a brainstorming workshop with CP and El Ranchito on the Ranchito project.
It will require a large bulletin board - a place to visualize our thinking together - could it remain undisturbed during the project? - sticky notes
--relates back to CP Self Organisation workshop several years ago - led by Ian
In the early evening, a fast and furious Pecha Kucha session on Inspiration/aspiration for members of CP and El Ranchito. Coordinated by Marsha
Pecha Kucha is a mode of presentation that originated in Japan, and asks participants to make a presentation of, or alongside 20 images for 20 seconds - that's roughly six minutes (a slide show-presentation works well). Pecha Kucha is Japanese for ‘the sound of conversation!’
Beer and tapas too
A barcamp with CP/El Ranchito/and others around Collaboration/Cooperation or other organizational models
BarCamps are an international network of user generated unconferences — open, participatory, and often thrilling workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants.
They work like this: presentations are proposed in advance (see sign-up sheet below) or on on-the-day by attendees. We then try, live and on-site to build themed 'sessions' or groups of related presentations using white/flip boards. All attendees are encouraged to present and share their expertise. At the moment we are thinking of 10 minute presentations, with 10 minutes for questions/discussion. We try and keep lots of notes (live scribe and blogging) and everyone is encouraged to share information and experiences of the event, both live and after the fact.
Proposed: 7min presentation / 10min discussion (x number of presentations) / afternoon
Future Archive Workshop
Based on a method developed by Manuela Zechner for the Future Archive, its the future, it's 2061, and we are looking back on El Ranchito and the Matadero and what they enabled.
Neil will facilitate this back to the future exercise...
Proposed: 2h / afternoon
return to Ranchito
All proposed workshops / barcamps / exercises are open and are subject to change. El Ranchito and CP will coordinate the course of the week to suit our needs.
CP in Madrid / 8.-16. January 2011
2nd Research trip: Archive
Day 2 (9. 1. 2011)
Day 3 (10. 1. 2011):
Day 4 (11. 1. 2011):
Day 5 (12. 1. 2011):
Day 6 (13. 1. 2011):
Day 7 (14. 1. 2011):
Day 8 (15. 1. 2011):
Day 9 (16. 1. 2011):