Conference: MoMoWo|Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement Symposium 2018. Turin, 13-16 June 2018

Registration is open for the MoMoWo Symposium 2018, International Conference | Women’s Creativity Since The Modern Movement (1918-2018): Toward A New Perception And Reception to be held in Turin, 13-16 June 2018

Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement – MoMoWo is a large-scale cooperation cultural project co-funded by the Creative Culture Programme of the European Union, coordinated by the Polytechnic of Turin and launched in 2014.

MoMoWo considers an issue of contemporary cultural, social and economic importance, from both a European and an interdisciplinary perspective, women’s achievements in the design professions.

After almost four years of successful project activities, and in accordance with the MoMoWo  mission, the International Conference | Women’s Creativity Since The Modern Movement (1918-2018): Toward A New Perception And Reception continues to increase the visibility of creative women, to foster in Europe and beyond interdisciplinary and multicultural approaches to the study of the built environment “from the spoon to the city”, and to facilitate the exchange of research results and professional practices in the fields of architecture, civil engineering and design.

Sessions:

A. Women’s education and training. National and international mappings

B. Women’s legacy and heritage. Protection, restoration and enhancement

C. Women in communication and professional networks

D. Women and cultural tourism

E. Women’s achievements and professional attainments. Moving boundaries

F. Women and sustainability

SSF. Sustainability in City and Landscape: Spaces for Women

G. Women ”as subjects”. Documentation, methodology, interpretation and enhancement

SSG. Design drawings

The conference registration is free but mandatory, as the number of places is limited.

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