+++ ökoRAUSCH Festival: 12 - 21 May 2017
ökoRAUSCH Programm

Programme

Programme for change

The accompanying Festival programme offers interesting workshops, inspiring talks and further activities that will give you various sources for inspiration for the organisation of a green lifestyle. At Germany’s largest event for design and sustainability, the ökoRAUSCH programme stands for knowledge transfer and participation!

By making many connecting factors visible, such as (creative) businesses, science, politics and the cooperation of all interested parties, the ökoRAUSCH Festival is successful at attracting both experts as well as a broader audience. It takes good design to demonstrate complex issues! The Festival’s concept highlights the fact that creative thinkers come up with practical, unexpected solutions and that they can make them accessible for everyone.
The ökoRAUSCH Festival programme offers a range of entry opportunities to think about everything that “design” and “sustainability” are and can be. Over the course of ten days, you will have the opportunity to delve into all of the issues and backgrounds surrounding design and sustainability. The Programme has a number of activities and workshops in store for you in order to go from action to knowledge!

 

Details

Please have a look into our detailed programme below.

 

…by the way… our hole programme will take part in MAKK
An der Rechtschule, 50667 Köln | next trainstation: Hauptbahnhof

The MAKK will be open as long as our programme!
We start every day, except of monday, at 11 am

FR 12.5. till 10 pm | SA 13.5. till 9:30 pm | SU 14.5. till 6 pm | MO 15.5. closed or you sign in for the EDF CGN | TU 16.5. till 5 pm | WE 17.5. till 5 pm | TH 18.5. till 9 pm | FR 19.5. till 9 pm | SA 20.5. till 9:30 pm and SO 21.5. from 10 am till 6 pm (Museumsfest)

Co-Veranstalter des ökoRAUSCH Festivals

Stadt Land Welt

The diverse programme as well as the contributions on the interface between environmental and developmental topics by Stadt Land Welt e.V. are sponsored by

Stiftung Umwelt und Entwicklung