FAIR data and sustainable development goals
This collaborative mosaic was created by many scientists who tried out art and an artist who tried out science.
All of them traveled to the future, to the year 2030. From there, they took a look back in time and saw clearly why it was important to have high quality data, accessible and re-usable for all.
Only then, it was possible to engage everybody on the planet full-hearted in the transition towards a sustainable future; and only then the Sustainable Development Goals could be fulfilled.
Art-science gallery "FAIR data and SDG"
If you look for inspiration, plenty material is available here: link.
What to do?
- Create your narrative utopia with words with the template example on the wiki.
- Translate, transpose or complete it with another form of expression.
- Choose your medium and get inspired on the library « How to express an idea ? » : https://padlet.com/Barbara_BELLIER/libraryforcreativity
- Publish your production on the wiki. You can create multiple objects, and multiple stories.
Agenda of the day
|10:00 - 10:15||Introduction of the days and screenshot of all participants|
|10:15 - 10:45||Introduction through Art and presentation of the library|
|10:45 - 11:45||Individual free time to start creating your piece of art|
|11:45 - 12:00||Check-Point !|
|12:00 - 13:00||Lunch time.|
|13:00 - 13:15||Check-Point ! + begin to share productions if some ready.|
|13:15 - 14:30||Free time to create and finish individual work|
|14:30 - 15:00||Sharing productions to the group and feed back.|
All times in CET.
Who created this piece of art?
To keep track of who collaborated on this piece of art, you are welcome to specify all or part of the following information:
|Link to scientific publications, projects, institutions or any and information you would like to share :|
|Your utopia with words :||Please follow the template below|
|Your utopia expressed by art:||Please provide a link to your document|
Please complete the following sentence and create your contribution along your answer:
I am a researcher working on <...>. Looking back from 2030, I see that it was important to <... actions > (for reaching SDG.). Only then, it was possible to <...goals.>
Here an example: «I am a researcher working on <low carbon mobility>. Looking back from 2030, I see that it was important to <harmonize timetables and ticket prices - for different countries and across all modes of transport>. Only then, it was possible to <motivate people to use public transport services, and public transport became so convenient.>»