Civic Innovation School

Civic Innovation School is an International Extitution structured as a Distributed Network that promotes Collaborative Learning Environments focused on Civic Innovation, Collective Intelligence, Open Design, Civic Engagement.

Glocal Camp Editions

The annual and itinerant meeting CivicWise community use to meet and work together for a few days.

Begining in may 2016 in Paris, CivicWise community had developed six editions of Glocal Camp:

1st Paris, France
2nd Valencia, Spain
3rd L’Hospitalet, Spain
4th Canary Island, Spain
5th Modena, Italy
6th Ariège, France / Madrid, Spain (Online Edition)

Gallery of pictures from past events


#OvestLab is a former mechanical workshop located in the Villaggio Artigiano of Modena Ovest, co-managed by the associations Amigdala and Archivio Architetto Cesare Leonardi to promote a process of construction of a civic factory, a space in which to share practices and reflections around the reactivation of the territory of the Villaggio Artigiano of Modena Ovest.

The space is managed in agreement with the Consorzio Attività Produttive Aree e Servizi of the Province of Modena.

#OvestLab is a Civic Factory where art, craftsmanship, urban regeneration and citizen participation are intertwined.

It is a multidisciplinary center in which training activities, artistic production, urban transformation and care of spaces can interact, starting virtuous circles able to increase the quality of life in the area and restart a dialogue with economic activities, engaging at the same time the local community in processes of change.
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Sottaninrete is a participatory process of urban and social regeneration which aims to reactivate “sottani”, abandoned basements – former warehouses, cellars, workshops – in the historic center of Altamura (Puglia Region, Italy).

Sottani can be seen as a network of distributed urban commons that belong to past uses, but that lends well to welcome new forms of entrepreneurship. They can return to play a role of social cohesion in the perspective of sharing economy.

The first phase of the process was characterized by a collaborative mapping of abandoned spaces, through the web platform

After having identified spaces, were defined different tools for reactivation: an open-source wooden kit, named KitUp, and a set of documents such as manifesto-regulation-toolkit, still in progress. In the third phase it has been developed a pilot project, was conducted a complementary project of social storytelling named StaffettArtigiana, which involved the community of craftsmen and created the first digital archive-map of stories about the craftsmen of the city.The goal is the reactivation of abandoned spaces through the involvement of inhabitants and craftsmen. The strategy includes a series of micro-urban tactics, implemented through the use of mobile devices, able to trigger economic and cultural initiatives through temporary reuse. With the completion of the manifesto-regulation tool is expected an agreement with the Public Administration to stabilize and facilitate such practices.