From 4-12 July, “Interactive City” will hold a summer school at “Strelka” – Interactive Moscow: spatial theories, practices, interventions. The central theme of the school will be the study of specific urban issues and trends; its aim, the engagement of young researchers and practitioners, professionals and citizens into equal dialogue. Interactive Moscow: spatial theories, practices, interventions is not an attempt to simply refresh the city’s image, but to understand who is the source of change in the city and how and what lies behind the concept of “right to the city.”
The school is open to undergraduates in a wide variety of fields: architects and urbanists, planners and geographers, sociologists and cultural scientists, economists and anthropologists (as well as other areas).
“Interactive Moscow” – is an independent project organised by researchers and architects of University College London, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Vilnius), Higher School of Economics and Russian State University for the Humanities.