The STARTS ECOSYSTEM partners are happy to release the first S+T+ARTS collaboration toolkit, on July 13!
Collaboration between scientific, technological and artistic domains is gaining traction through the world, but actually building a successful cross disciplinary collaboration with a sustainable return for all parties involved is challenging. By gathering experiences from different programmess such as the STARTS initiative and insights from international experts, the toolkit aims to provide an introduction to a wide range of existing tools to support artists, scientists, technologists and intermediaries on this journey.
This session will be the first of a series of 5 in which we invite experts to share insights on different phases of the collaboration process. The reflections led and feedback collected will be used to improve the toolkit and deliver its final version at the end of the year.
17:00: Welcome from STARTS
17:10 – 17:40: Introduction to the toolkit, by Rodolfo Groenewoud van Vliet (in4Art) and Ramona Van Gansbeke (Gluon, STARTS)
17:40 – 17:45: Final remarks
Monday, July 13th 2020
17:00 – 17:45 CEST
Meet the Speakers
Rodolfo Groenewoud van Vliet
Rodolfo Groenewoud van Vliet is co-founder and business director at In4Art, the company he established together with his wife in 2015. Prior to In4Art, he worked as a business developer and innovation project manager internationally for corporations including Shell and Dura Vermeer. In4Art was founded on the believe that innovation can be done better and more responsibly if we include insights from art. This resulted in our approach Art Driven Innovation, with which we have co-launched four startups to date: one in the medtech domain called Prosthetic X, one on eliminating plastic waste called Reboot&Reuse, one on eliminating food waste called Urban Peels and a solution for sustainable water monitoring through the use of the microbial fuel cell called POND. Rodolfo is a frequently asked speaker and advisor to companies and art institutions on realising responsible innovation driven by art.
Ramona Van Gansbeke
|As an intermediary expert specializing in collaborative practices between art and research, she has been working for GLUON since 2009. GLUON is a brussels-based organisation stimulating collaboration between the world of contemporary art, science and tech. As the coordinator of the Art & Research program at GLUON she established numerous connections between artists and researchers working in R&D departments of companies and research institutions. At GLUON, she is currently dedicated to the coordination of the H2020 CSA S+T+ARTS ECOSYSTEM project led by INOVA+, where she is responsible for the STARTS Collaboration Toolkit.|
Insight on the Toolkit structure:
ABOUT SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE ARTS (S+T+ARTS)
Infographic of STARTS , Brief history of STARTS and overview of STARTS methodologies
OVERVIEW OF THE TOOLKIT
Infographic of the Toolkit
Points of entry : when a collaboration makes sense
Models for collaboration: boosting innovation through the arts
Collaborating: Getting off to a good start
Methodologies: a step-by-step guide
Increasing the impact: checklist
Case examples on collaboration