Artex proposes 2 free virtual appointments that reflect on new global trends, from innovative enabling technologies to digital, from environmental to social sustainability, referring to artistic craftsmanship. In line with the directives of the New European Bauhaus and looking at the SDGs, i.e. the sustainability objectives of the European Union’s AGENDA 2030, the Innovation Webinars aims to be a ground for dialogue and reflection.
24 January 2023, 4.30 pm
Sustainability and circular economy in artistic craftsmanship
Cristina Gabetti – Italian-American journalist, speaker and sustainability consultant
Niccolò Cipriani – Co-founder Rifò Lab
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31 January 2023, 4.30 pm
Inclusion and social sustainability for craft businesses
Mario Biggeri – Scientific Director of Arco Lab and Professor of Development Economics at the University of Florence
Stefania Piccini – President and co-founder Made in Sipario
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The meetings are aimed at artisans and companies operating in the artistic handicraft sector, with the aim of stimulating a discussion and reflecting on current macro-themes, and how these fit into the company strategy.
The virtual seminars, conceived in collaboration with the Foundation for Research and Innovation of the University of Florence and supported by the Crafting the Future program of the World Crafts Council Europe, will focus on the theme of sustainability and inclusion, with experts of national caliber who will introduce the topics and good practices of craft business activities that have been able to make the circular economy and social sustainability the core business of the activity.
For more info visit: www.artex.firenze.it