PROGRAM & EVENTS
Curated by Babled Studio and Passa Ao Futuro
Craftsmanship ● Design ● Sustainability ● Well-being
We are an open to the public platform, that hosts discussions, exchanges and collaborations in creative fields, focusing around the topics of craftsmanship, design, sustainability and well-being. Events curated by Babled Studio and Passa Ao Futuro are open to the public and aim to build an engaged community, ready to collaborate and share ideas.
September 22, 2020The third practical workshop from the “Regenerative Eating” series led by Valentina Amaral from Embodied Food. Learning to make artisanal miso, an ancient fermentation method, and understanding koji as a portal to exciting flavour and increased vitality.
August 12, 2020The second practical workshop from the “Regenerative Eating” series led by Valentina Amaral from Embodied Food and Ana Jungen from Fiz Kombucha. Learning to make non-alcoholic fizzy probiotic drinks — a short introduction to the fermentation culture, its regenerative power and its potential to amplify our ecological awareness.
Embodied Food Fiz Kombucha
July 15, 2020The first practical workshop from the “Regenerative Eating” series led by Valentina Amaral from Embodied Food. A short introduction to fermentation and how it relates to the microbiome and regenerative eating.
May 9, 2019Round-table between Joaquin Karcher, Alina Jeronimo and Paulo Carneiro on the issues of sustainable architecture, presented by Fatima Durkee. As the debate about climate change is shifting, architects are being called on to provide solutions on how to build a sustainable world for present and future generations.
Joaquin Karcher Alice Jeronimo Paulo Carneiro
April 23, 2019Round-table between Helena Ambrósio, Emmanuel Babled and Bernardo Gaeiras on the intersection of technology and craft, asking the question of how can technology facilitate the design and creation process within the context of craftsmanship as an invisible tool.
Helena Ambrósio Emmanuel Babled Bernardo Gaeiras
February 27, 2019Screening of the film “The Light Bulb Conspiracy“, directed by Cosima Dannoritzer, introduced by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. Followed by a Q&A with the director via Skype and an open debate on the issues presented by the film.
The Light Bulb Conspiracy Cosima Dannoritzer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance
December 13, 2018Screening of the film "Manufactured Landscapes", a documentary about the work of the Canadian photographer and visual artist Edward Burtynsky. It consists of a reflection on the impact of industrialisation on landscape and the environment. Introduction by Fatima Durkee, followed by debate.