February Season Event is about
the future of Learning
Thursday, February 27, 18:30 - 21:15
collaboration between THNK,
the Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership
and the Club
and in March the
future of Creativity, Arts & Consciousness Thursday,
An event in Amsterdam and Los Angeles!
collaboration between c3: Center for Conscious
Creativity and Vortex Immersion
Media in Los Angeles and the Club
The event is supported by TPEX (TelePresence
Keynote address, II International Dreams in Action Unconference:
"Living in the Era of Art", Bilbao 13-12-13
BUTTERFLY AS A SYMBOL OF THE II UNCONFERENCE
investigations have shown that the Butterfly is the only living
creature capable of changing its genetic structure completely
during its process of transformation:
The DNA of the caterpillar
that enters the cocoon is different from the Butterfly that emerges
from it. Thus, it is the symbol of total transformation.
The Butterfly represents
the need for change and increasing liberty as well as courage:
we need courage to carry out the changes required by our growth
According to ancestral
tradition, its medicine is related to air and the power of the
mind. It shows us how to find clarity in our mental processes,
for organizing projects or discovering the next step in our inner
growth, such that:
egg is the beginning, the birth of an idea or project.
The larva is the
decision to manifest something in the physical world.
The cocoon represents
the need to "go inside", be it for inner reflection
or for the development of a project. And the breaking open of
the cocoon signifies sharing with the world the splendor of the
flutter of a butterfly's wings
can be felt on the other side of the world."
is said of the era we are entering now:
"THIS ISN'T AN ERA OF CHANGE, BUT THE CHANGE OF AN ERA"
But who changes from
one era to the next? How is this done? Who or what changes the
era? How will we notice it? Why do we say this? What does it mean?
HUMANITY AND THE ERA OF ART
What is humanity? Humanity is a term that refers exclusively to
the human sphere, that is, to people. When we refer to humanity
in holistic terms, we are only talking about what concerns us,
about what concerns the human species.
We tend to forget
the existence of other worlds and other creatures that share the
planet with us, and that are evolving along with us. On this blessed
planet matter evolves, life evolves, the mind evolves and the
But now let us talk
about Humanity. We, humans, men and women, are creatures who are
evolving by way of the kind of mind that we call "rational".
We are capable of thinking, and have developed a unique way of
communicating, called language, and beyond that, writing.
We are also capable
of locating ourselves in time and space; we have developed a system
called "history" that lets us place our eternal wanderings
in a structure that allows us to situate ourselves and use our
organism in a healthy fashion.
In this respect,
tells us: "We need space so that things can unfold. And
we need time so that we can perceive, recognize and measure, in
terms of duration, the existence of each object and each occurrence".
For a very long time
now, especially since the era of industrialization, we have been
functioning more and more intensely with the dyad TIME = MONEY.
But for the "next
octave", so to speak, that we are now approaching and that
is so much more subtle to us human beings, the dyad is: TIME = ART.
And now is the moment
to understand Art in a new, surprising way and to live it intensely,
not by putting our energy into fighting the status quo - that
would only retain it and waste it - but rather, by supporting
with all our means that which elevates it.
In his novel "Momo", Michael Ende tells us: "The more time you have inside you, the older you get."
Each one of us has
the opportunity to decide whether to use the time we accumulate
to grow old, or to convert it into art. And this art is not only
within the person who creates it or executes it but also in the
eyes that contemplate it. To awaken "the eye for beauty"
is to convert time into art.
it evolves as a Totality.
Humanity is a being
of interdependent cells. These cells need each other in order
to configure the Totality they belong to and to show and to unfold
themselves in infinite diversity. At the same time, these cells
are inter-INdependent because each one represents, and at the
same time, is the Totality to which it belongs. At increasing
levels of consciousness these person-cells are becoming more and
more aware of themselves and of their surroundings.
The Hindu philosopher,
Sri Aurobindo, tells us, "There are three kinds of humans
evolving simultaneously on the planet: the human animal, the human,
and the human being." These three types coexist within
each one of us. We evolve from one to the other as we grow in
consciousness and, of course, in our aspiration for beauty.
To become conscious
of ourselves means we realize that we belong to a Totality that
embraces us, that exceeds us and that each cell, each one of us,
each person, in our heart of hearts, aspires to find and towards
which we are nudged along by a fundamental law of evolution: To
know we are part of something greater and more all encompassing
and to aspire to become one with That.
Sri Aurobindo also
tells us: "He or she who aspires to the Infinite, has
been chosen by the Infinite."
Each one of us is,
and at the same time forms part of Humanity.
Humanity, in this
moment of universal history, is experiencing, in its natural evolutionary
process, a phase of maturity towards increasing sensibility and
refinement. As does all creation, humanity aspires towards perfection
for good and for evil. All humanity aspires towards Beauty, towards
Harmony and towards Equilibrium. And as a consequence, all contraries
feel the impulse and the call of Humanity in various ways and
at different levels as a personal aspiration and force. We participate
in evolution in diverse fashions and in a myriad of social spheres
and in the creation of the surroundings needed by this more refined
and subtle creature, that we are and of which we form part. The
decisive step forward for Humanity will take place when a critical
mass of person-cells acquires this self-awareness and begins to
participate voluntarily in the evolutionary process, following
the impulse that, at the same time, along the way and by taking
action, will make us more and more subtle and increasingly awakened
of education is not the learning of many facts but the training
of the mind to think." Albert
Einstein (Remember that our species evolves through the mind.)
One of the tasks
at hand for education, and not just formal education, is to awaken
the eye for beauty. Parents, adults, who are awakened to beauty,
transmit the ability to comprehend, observe and enjoy beauty in
all its forms to their children.
To learn to learn,
to comprehend life and the beauty of the "cosmic plan",
the interaction and fraternity among all life on the planet and
with Mother Earth herself, nurturer of our experience and our
evolution within her This, the best legacy we can leave
to future generations, will lead evolutionarily to an accelerated
improvement of the species. It will lead to the destiny promised
The Objective of
the Era of Art is to create beauty and harmony, and in the process,
generate economy. When Art is seen only as a business, as is now
the case in our society, it loses its transformative capability,
its power to touch the soul of society.
We observe that because
art has the capacity to touch the soul and generate transformation,
the economic and financial system with its alienating values that
rules society, in an effort to maintain its supremacy at any cost,
undermines artistic expression, banishing art, culture, to an
underworld where it is reduced to a superfluous hobby, a past
time. Artists, for their part, people who care greatly about their
work, who cultivate their passion, are made to be seen as rare
specimens touched by a special grace that is inaccessible to the
rest of us - that is, if they are not labeled as lazy, useless
and a burden to society.
In spite of all this,
if we resist fighting against the system, we can use our energy
to support, with all our strength and capabilities, that which
elevates the soul of society, that which permits creativity. We
can learn to be amazed by the new, to generate new projects in
other directions, with other objectives, for which money is a
tool, a means and a consequence of a job well done.
The Era of Art, will
bring wealth and prosperity to the world but no longer will money
be made at Art's expense.
In the Era of Art,
necessities will no longer be generated as the consumer society
has been doing for so long. Instead, we will satisfy insufficiencies.
Our attention will be directed at generating a healthier and more
intelligent society, rather than one that becomes more and more
needy, in the most ample sense of the word. Physical and emotional
pain are inherent in the process of self-regeneration of our human
condition but poverty, extreme need, and senseless violence are
the consequence of the perversion of some of Humanity's person-cells
and these are destined to be cured or will become extinct in a
natural fashion when the evolved person-cells take action once
having achieved their critical mass.
To live in the Era
of Art is, therefore, the experience of learning to create wealth
through all the manifestations of action. In this era, wealth
is conceived to be a consequence of the aspiration towards harmony
and beauty and will generate an economy that, in turn, promotes
the genuine expression of each capability for the satisfaction
of each of society's needs. And this is Art.
Returning to the
questions posed above: for us the era will change when a certain
number of human beings have made a quantum leap in consciousness.
We change the era in our aspiration to become one with that which
embraces us, with that we form a part of and at the same time
are. We change the era when we comprehend the power of the paradox
that confronts the opposites, that generates pain and paralyzes
the evolution of action. We change the era when we decisively
support those aims we believe to be the highest and that will
generate the most wealth in realms impoverished by lack of diversity.
the aspiration precedes the thought, the thought precedes the
idea and the idea precedes the word, the Era of Art is manifesting
and this II Unconference is its expression in this physical space
with all of you here present and contributing your active and
Infinite thanks to
all of you, Artlivingmakers, pioneers and promoters of the Era
ERA OF ART
AND PERFECTION IN SERVICE
The Club of Amsterdam
has been a partner in this conference.
Haarlemmerweg 8a, 1014 BE Amsterdam (Westergasfabriek)
Euro 30, Euro
20 (Members etc.) or Euro
10 (Students) Ticket
conference language is English.
collaboration between THNK,
the Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership
and the Club
event will take inspiration and use elements of the THNK Forum
format which is designed to deepen dialogue and elevate discussion
by asking questions and re-framing issues to lead to surprising
Beyond the lecture model The traditional
way to impart knowledge has been the lecture and question-and-answer
session. The message is usually completely fixed before it is
communicated. The question-and-answer session allows the audience
to get clarification and to put in critical comments. But it is
also often unfocused, because questions are dealt with haphazardly
as they are raised.
Going out of our comfort zone
Participants ask the questions and structure the dialogue; they
share the responsibility for an interesting outcome. It requires
commitment and courage. The experts in creative leadership are
encouraged to ask questions of the participants, to make it a
true dialogue; this means its a two-way street, and participants
need to abandon the comfortable position of being the only ones
Our "thought starters"
Beamer, Social Designer and Educator. Founder at Unexpect,
co-founder at Butterfly Works and NairoBits
Senior Partner, itim
International Can we introduce "best
practices" in education across countries?
A collaboration between c3: Center
for Conscious Creativity and Vortex
Immersion Media in Los Angeles and the Club
The event is supported by TPEX (TelePresence
For information about the event in Los Angeles, March 27,
9:30am - 12:15 (Los Angeles time), see The Vortex Dome, www.thevortexdome.com
Humanity has been creating culture and telling stories since the
days of early humans when man applied pigments to the walls of
caves and told stories around the campfire. Stories are the river
that runs through time and the tools and technologies that we
design become the rivulets, streams and whirlpools that give us
new ways to express our experiences. The human genius has created
such fantastic ways to express and share creativity -- from music,
dance, poetry, visual art and architecture to the book to the
theater, from radio to cinema, television, and now the worldwide
web and beyond...we now have the tools and the ability to express
our stories and culture on a global level. At the same time we
are learning more about the nature of the brain and human consciousness.
We are unlocking the mysteries of spiritual traditions and discovering
the power of meditation to activate greater awareness and health.
We are learning how the arts and media effect us and how we can
effect others with our art and stories. Where are we headed? Let's
speakers and topics are
Los Angeles Kate McCallum,
Founder, c3: Center for Conscious Creativity, Vice President,
Vortex Immersion Media, Inc Transmedia, Transformation and the Future of Content
Chairman, Club of Amsterdam Travelling in Space and Time - a personal journey
Los Angeles Ed
President and CTO of Vortex Immersion Media, Inc Immersive Media, Art and Consciousness
Amsterdam Jack Gallagher,
Artistic Director, Bodies Anonymous Vigorous Risk
and our moderator in Amsterdam is Paul Hughes, Ten Meters of
Amsterdam connects with Los Angeles ...
a dialogue between the two cities
Exhibition in Amsterdam with
Roni Peled, Jelena Popadic, Job Romijn, Robert Shepherd, Winston
planning is based upon the assumption of a slowly changing future.
That assumption is wrong.
Climate change, technological
innovation, resource shortages, political and social volatility,
and more frequent technical and natural disasters point to a newly
emerging context for strategic planning. The U.S. Army War College
calls this the VUCA
- Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous.
VUCA conditions lead
to a shift in how we understand and enact strategic planning.
They create a crisis in how we govern and manage organisations
across a range of domains. [Seeing the world] as a ceaselessly
complex and adaptive system involves changing the role we
imagine for ourselves from architects of a system we can
control to gardeners living in a shifting ecosystem [mostly
out of our control]. (Cooper, 2009).
VUCA and its consequences
demonstrate that complexity and crisis themselves are the
new context for governance and design. This is uncomfortable.
Complexity and collapse, volatility and transition these
will be the defining themes of our decade. Adapting to these conditions
requires a re-orientation of our strategic goals and a re-evaluation
of the methods we use to accomplish them.
This is uncomfortable.
Dealing with transition can produce fear, resistance, and anxiety.
As a result, many organisations are retreating from the future.
Speaking about urban planning, for example, Isserman writes that
we have, lost sight of the future creating increasingly
feeble, myopic, degenerate frameworks that are more likely to
react to yesterdays events than to prepare the way from
here to the future. The effects are habitual blind spots
in many modern organisations; making it difficult to discuss or
even think about issues of critical change.
are a range of useful tools for addressing long term planning
under uncertainty. These include scenario planning, futures and
foresight, role playing, red teaming, collective intelligence,
crowdsourcing, and experiential learning to name but a few. The
challenge for 21st Century professionals is to successfully apply
these tools, and the lessons they produce, in the context of stiff
organisational resistance and political fear. Our job should be
to facilitate events and environments that help institutions understand
and prepare for rapid transformation under conditions of surprising,
To do so, we must
take actions that recognize the difficulties and contingencies
of our situation, yet offer tangible solutions for moving beyond
them. Such actions are inherently creative, uncertain, and emergent.
In order to inspire hope, they must be focused on the positive
opportunities which such changes provide. Hope is vital because,
without such hope, we are doomed to transactional meaningless
or, even worse, the cowardly operationalism of I was just
Like gardeners, we
must use our tools to cultivate a larger awareness of the patterns
of change around us (the seasons) and use our tools to plant seeds
of hope in pragmatic, effective ways. Like designers, we must
use these seeds to demonstrate new ways of thinking, acting and
behaving under radically changing conditions that offer tangible
improvement and inspiration.
Our goal is to use
our creativity and insight to move beyond paralysis and towards
complexity, to seek out uncertainty and change with the same vigour
we have traditionally reserved for stability. Transition is the
goal, design is the method, strategy is the outcome.
is a scenario planner, strategist and policy advisor. He works
as an advisor to the UAE Prime Ministers Office, where he
provides policy and strategy advice on a range of special projects.
Previously he helped design, develop and manage the nations
first foresight and scenario planning unit.
Before moving to
the Gulf, Noah was a strategy consultant with GBN / Monitor, co-founder
of the strategy facilitation boutique Sensitive Dynamics, the
former North American Director of the design studio/think-tank
Space Syntax Limited and the Senior Research Advisor to Prince
Charles Foundation for the Built Environment. He is currently
a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics Complexity
Programme, a fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture, an
advisor to the Scenarios Lab at the USC Annenberg School of Communications,
and a fellow of the International Futures Forum.
that generate heat
by Sharon Robinson, Professor, University of Wollongong,
This video introduces the fascinating world of Hot Plants, flowers
that generate heat (thermogenesis) to release scents and attract
pollinators. We look at three thermogenic plant species, the monocots
Philodendron bipinnatifidium and Colocasia esculenta and the eudicot,
Nelumbo nucifera. Some plants such as Philodendron and Sacred
lotus are also able to regulate their floral temperature, maintaining
their flowers at up to 30 °C above air temperatures over several
days. Our research team is investigating how plants produce this
heat and how they can regulate their temperature so precisely.
We are also interested in why the plants produce heat. Is it to
release particular scents to attract pollinators, to give a heat
reward to the insects or does it also help the plants reproductive
impact of culture on education
by Huib Wursten, Senior Partner, itim International and
Carel Jacobs is senior consultant/trainer for itim in The Netherlands,
he is also Certification Agent for the Educational Sector of the
CoderDojo is a non profit global movement founded by James Whelton
and Bill Liao.
At Dojos, young people between 5 and 17 learn how to code, develop
websites, apps, programs, games and more. Dojos are set up,
run by and taught at by volunteers. In addition to learning
to code, members meet like minded people, show off what theyve
been working on and so on. CoderDojo makes development and learning
to code a fun, sociable, kick ass experience. CoderDojo also
puts a strong emphasis on open source and free software, and
has a strong network of members and volunteers globally. CoderDojo
has just one rule: Above All: Be Cool, bullying,
lying, wasting peoples time and so on is uncool.
By 2020, nearly 80 million people are expected to have glaucoma,
a disorder of the eye that, if left untreated, can damage the
optic nerve and eventually lead to blindness.
The disease often
causes pressure in the eye due to a buildup of fluid and a breakdown
of the tissue that is responsible for regulating fluid drainage.
Doctors commonly treat glaucoma using eye drops that can help
the eye drain or decrease fluid production.
frequently have a hard time sticking to the dosing schedules prescribed
by their doctors, and the medication when administered
through drops can cause side effects in the eye and other
parts of the body.
In what could be
a significant step toward improving the management of glaucoma,
researchers from the UCLA School of Dentistry have created a drug
delivery system that may have less severe side effects than traditional
glaucoma medication and improve patients' ability to comply with
their prescribed treatments. The scientists bound together glaucoma-fighting
drugs with nanodiamonds and embedded them onto contact lenses.
The drugs are released into the eye when they interact with the
The new technology
showed great promise for sustained glaucoma treatment and, as
a side benefit, the nanodiamond-drug compound even improved the
contact lenses' durability.
by Rupert Sheldrake
(Author), Terence McKenna (Author), Ralph Abraham (Author), Jean
Houston Ph.D. (Foreword)
This book is a vibrant discussion between three of the most original
thinkers of our time as they blend science, creativity, intellectual
curiosity, and traditional wisdom to explore and expand our current
views of reality. The late psychedelic visionary and shamanologist
Terence McKenna, acclaimed biologist and originator of the morphogenetic
fields theory Rupert Sheldrake, and the mathematician and chaos
theory scientist Ralph Abraham join forces to investigate the
relationships between chaos and creativity and their connection
to cosmic consciousness.
The authors challenge
the reader to the deepest levels of thought with wide-ranging
investigations of the ecology of inner and outer space, the role
of chaos in the dynamics of human creation, and the resacralization
of the world. Among the questions the authors raise are: Is Armageddon
a self-fulfilling prophecy? Are humans the imaginers or the imagined?
Are the eternal laws of nature still evolving? What is the connection
between physical light and the light of consciousness?
Part ceremony, part
intellectual and spiritual discussion, these trialogues are an
invitation to a new understanding of what Jean Houston calls the
dreamscapes of our everyday waking life.
Letters of Utrecht
A poem for the future
grows in the stones of the street in the center of the town of
Utrecht, The Netherlands. One character per stone, one stone per
week. Every Saturday a stone mason turns the next stone into the
next Letter. In months words appear. With the years verses grow
in the streets, extended by a different poet of Utrechts
guild of poets every few years. Through the centuries the line
of the poem will itself draw letters on the map of the changing
The poem continues
for as long as someone is willing to contribute the next Letter
as a gift to his town and its future citizens and link his or
her name with a Letter by bearing the costs of its creation.
At the same time of the publication on the street the Letter appears
on this website, with the name of the sponsor. The stone mason
can engrave the name or initials of the sponsor in the side of
the stone (invisible under the surface of the street).
The Letters of Utrecht
were unveiled on June 2, 2012. The beginning of the poem of the
Letters of Utrecht was predated to fictitiously start on New Years
day of the year 2000. The first 648 characters were actually placed
on May 30th and 31st, 2012. From June 2d, 2012 onwards the next
character is hewn out of the next stone every Saturday.
The beginning of
the Letters of Utrecht, after some rain.
Portrait: Jerome C. Glenn
is the co-founder (1996) and director of The
(on global futures research) and co-author with Ted Gordon of
the annual State
of the Future
of the Millennium Project for twelve years.
The world is getting richer, healthier, better educated,
more peaceful, and better connected, and people are living longer;
yet half the world is potentially unstable.
We are winning more than we are losing.
"Changes in the next 25 years are going to be enormous. We
are in a race between implementing greater and greater ways to
improve the human condition and tackling an ever-increasing complexity
and scale of problems."
Pessimism should be stopped. It is a cowardly intellectual
Maybe the most important thing is not to be looking for
the most important thing.
"By 2025, 1.8 billion people could be living in waterscarce
areas desperate enough for mass migrations. We have to create
more water, not just pricing policies to redistribute resources.
Massive desalinization will be needed as well as seawater agriculture
programs along 24,000 kilometers of desert coast lines to produce
biofuels, food for humans and animals, and pulp for paper industries
- all of which would free up fresh water for other purposes while
"Instead of being pessimistic, we should be realistic and
act together as a team. The future of management is not based
on a hierarchical structure, but on connecting different lines
of action through nodes."
"How can mystics and technocrats, so long at odds in their
vision of the universe, find a common path to the future?
. Mystics must
give up their insistence on the empirical truth of their metaphysics,
and technocrats must stop denying the truth of anything that cannot
be proven empirically, for both the mystical experience and technology
transcend religious and cultural differences.
And it is the transcendent
quality of each that will allow them to merge in the conscious
technology of the future."
Jerome C. Glenn is
the co-founder (1996) and director of The
(on global futures research).
He was the Washington, DC representative for the United Nations
University as executive director of the American Council for the
He has over 35 years
of Futures Research experience working for governments, international
organizations, and private industry in Science & Technology
Policy, Environmental Security, Economics, Education, Defense,
Space, Futures Research Methodology, International Telecommunications,
and Decision Support Systems with the Committee for the Future,
Hudson Institute, Future Options Room, and the Millennium Project.
He has addressed or keynoted conferences for over 300 government
departments, universities, NGOs, UN organizations, and/or corporations
around the world on a variety of future-oriented topics.
Recent research includes:
Future Elements of the Next Global Economy, Global Energy Collective
Intelligence, National Future Strategy Units, Future Education
and Learning Possibilities by 2030, Global Energy Scenarios for
2020, the Future of Ethics, 2025 Science and Technology Scenarios,
Middle East Peace Scenarios, and Military R&D Priorities to
Reduce Health and Environmental Impacts of Nantotechnolgy.
Glenn was the Deputy
Director of Partnership for Productivity International involved
in national strategic planning, institutional design, training,
and evaluation in economic development in Africa, the Middle East,
Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America and created CARINET in
1983 as the leading computer network in the developing world subsequently
bought by CGNet. He has been an independent consultant for the
World Bank, UNDP, UNU, UNESCO, FAO, UNEP, US/EPA, USAID, and several
governments and corporations.
He invented the "Futures
Wheel" a futures assessment technique, Futuristic Curriculum
Development, and concepts such as conscious-technology, transinstutions,
tele-nations, management by understanding, definition of environmental
security, feminine brain drain, just-in-time knowledge and learning,
information warfare, feelysis, nodes as a management concept for
interconnecting global and local views and actions, and coined
the term futuring in 1973. Saturday Review named him among the
most unusually gifted leaders of America for his pioneering work
in Tropical Medicine (national Leprosy system while a Peace Corp
Volunteer), Future-Oriented Education, and Participatory Decision
Making Systems in 1974. He was instrumental in naming the first
Space Shuttle the Enterprise and banning the first space weapon
(FOBS) in SALT II.
He has published
over 100 future-oriented articles in such as the Nikkei, ADWEEK,
International Tribune, LEADERS, New York Times, McGraw-Hills
Contemporary Learning Series, Current, Royal Society of Arts (RSA)
Journal, Foresight, Futures, Technological Forecasting, Futures
Research Quarterly, and The Futurist. He is editor of Futures
versions 1.0 and 2.0, author of Future Mind: Merging the Mystical
and the Technological in the 21st Century (1989 & 1994),
Linking the Future: Findhorn, Auroville, Arcosanti (1979),
and co-author of Space Trek: The Endless Migration (1978
Glenn has a BA in
philosophy from American University, an MA in Teaching Social
Science - Futuristics from Antioch Graduate School of Education
(now Antioch University New England), and was a doctoral candidate
in general futures research at the University of Massachusetts.
He received the Donella Meadows Metal, Kondratieff Metal, Emerald
Citation of Excellence, honorary professorship and doctors
degrees from two universities in South America (Universidad Ricardo
Palma and Universidad Franz Tamayo) and is a leading boomerang
and the Role of Metropolises
Season Events 2013 / 2014
February 27, 2014 the
future of Learning
The impact of culture on teaching and early learning.
February 27, 2014, 18:30 - 21:15
THNK, Haarlemmerweg 8a, 1014 BE Amsterdam (Westergasfabriek)
A collaboration between THNK, the Amsterdam School
of Creative Leadership and the Club of Amsterdam
March 27, 2014 the
Arts & Consciousness March 27, 2014, 18:30 - 21:15 (Amsterdam
Van Gendthallen (next to Roest), VOC-kade 10, Amsterdam
Co-location: The Vortex Dome, Los Angeles
collaboration between c3:
Center for Conscious Creativity, Vortex Immersion
Media, TPEX and the Club of Amsterdam
future of Women in Business April 24, 2014, 18:30 - 21:15
Location: Geelvinck Museum, Keizersgracht 633, 1017
May 29, 2014
the future of Green
existing houses and historic buildings.
May 29, 2014, 18:30 - 21:15
Location: Geelvinck Museum, Keizersgracht 633, 1017
Geelvinck Museum and
the Club of Amsterdam
future of ... June 26, 2014, 18:30 - 21:15