28th June 2016 @ FoAM Bxl
Core questions: What activities would we like to support and develop together?
Flow: Check-in, Lunch, Activity Mapping, Monastery presentation
→ The day ended with a presentation and discussion with Karen Lens on adaptive reuse of monasteries in Flanders, and our potential involvement in the research and experiments.
Framing: As a hosting “community of practice”, our primary purpose is to learn from each other and support our individual and collective hosting activities - through discussion, advice, testing, co-hosting and co-creation. We begin with a mapping exercise, to get an overview of existing and potential activities/practices that each of us would like to contribute to the group. We can possibly use this map to come up with a set of criteria for inclusion of activities.
A summary of previous discussions about what the hosting community could be like and what might be its activities: