Designing new Event Formats for Town Twinning
Town twinning and cooperations between urban communities from different cities need active care and commitment. In order to provide people of the respective partnerships with exciting meeting occasions, meaningful topics as well as shared spaces of experience and exchange, there is always a great demand for exciting, intense and fruitful event formats - no matter if you are planning for small or large groups.
In our event-workshop you will learn,
> how to design exciting bilateral online- and offline-event formats,
> how to adress and overcome special challenges of such formats, - how up-to-date formats look like and how to produce them.
You will also benefit from experiences and format ideas of other participants.
You will also have the chance to develop new formats together with other participants or to adapt them for your purposes.
Join our workshop to level up your event skills.
This course consists of two parts:
[A] 1x video input for individual preparation.
[B] 1x live session via Zoom.
Your instructor & coach introduces you to the topic via video content. He will provide you with the necessary knowledge and open up new possibilities. Each participant can view the content individually and work through it at their own pace. In the joint live sessions we clarify your questions and discuss concepts and approaches. We will also concentrate on exchanging experiences and developing your own formats. Your coach will support you.
Live Session Date:
20 August 2021, 15 – 16.30 Uhr
On-demand content will be provided on 13 August 2021.
Time invest for you:
• 45-60min for video content
• 90min for live session
Your speaker & coach:
Björn Müller-Bohlen designs and moderates international online and offline events in the fields of education, civil society and science. He also works as a facilitator and support organisational development processes. Björn has a strong passion for open space formats and co-creation. He has a background in media and cultural studies and a commitment to non-formal education. Besides the Twin City Lab, he loves making music and exploring the world under sails.
The workshop is open to participants from Belarus, Germany, Russia and Ukraine. The workshop itself is thus also a multilateral encounter with networking potentials.