Less than 3 days left for the re:publica festival days
re:publica is a conference about digital culture in the world https://re-publica.com/
republica is Europe’s largest digital society festival.
its participants represent a cross-section of digital society, which includes professionals from economics, politics, business, developers, designers, NGOs, media, and marketing, as well as bloggers, activists, and social media experts. This fosters innovation and creates synergies between net politics, online marketing, network technology, digital society, and culture.
re:publica organized Twitter competition about ‘The vision for digital Europe’ that supported by the German Federal Foreign Office,
The two winners would have the chance to participate in the re:publica festival and stay three days in Berlin.
I tweeted my vision for digital Europe,
Freedom, equal rights, love, respect, travel, opportunities, experience
my Europe 🙂 #rpEUROPE @republica
That’s why I really want to… pic.twitter.com/WgPg9yNr7E
— Maria Dimitrakarakou (@dimitrakarakou) April 20, 2017
I will be part of re:publica festival with my own session in re:connecting EUROPE Space. as I have sent my proposal and it was accepted.
Three days in Berlin, Having the opportunity to meet, watch, see, and discuss new ideas, that shape the future of information society. As re: Publica says We look forward to new perspectives on the interconnected world we see in every corner of Europe. Digitization and its effects on the economy, politics, and daily life have long been European. it’s high time to strengthen a European digital civil society.
I’ll be there for three days #LOVEoutLoud #rpEUROPE!
P.S I would like to send many thanks to the re:publica people Simon, Marion, Marei and many other people that make this true for me 🙂
just Arrived! Yes, I am in Berlin! I am in the Novum Hotel, Waiting for the checking
Few hours left since the #re:publica festival started!
Sunday afternoon: #re:publica festival started! I took my speaker accreditation, and I go to explore the #re:publica #LoveOutLoud 🙂
Today I will present “Museum & Cultural Heritage Meetup”
I want to explore if & how digitized representation of cultural objects can change people’s cultural consciousness
A digital representation of a sculpture as a united piece, e.g. a statue is located in two museums e.g.a statue’s body and its head are displayed in two different museums. This virtual reunification can stimulate people’s interest in ancient cultural objects” repatriation.
I am examing the case of the Parthenon monument. Is it right for the Parthenon monument’s sculptures to be scattered in different museums around the world? The Parthenon is not a statue; it is a unique monument, a great achievement of humanity It is considered the symbol of democracy. Digital applications could offer the opportunity to see the Parthenon sculptures in one place. Is this enough to understand the importance of the Parthenon’s sculptures’ reunification?
#re:publica festival is over… flight back to my place, Athens, Greece.
There is no word to describe re:publica,
It i was an inspiring conference – festival
Beautiful memories, people, talks, ideas, thoughts…
Junior journalists interview us during re:publica
Re:View – Re:Connecting Europe: Putting the piece back together