RELOGIA | TRIALOGUES
DISCOVER, FROM 19 TO 24 NOVEMBER 2019, IN THE EU STEAM CONTEXT, THE LATEST ART+SCIENCE+TECHNOLOGY TRENDS AND THE MOST INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS IN EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND CULTURE
ART + SCI + TECH
The interdisciplinary and exponentially dynamic nature of this Age of Discoveries transforms perceptions as they existed before. The theme and topic of the conference are dictated by the current highly dynamic development of disciplines developing and enriching the paradigms of human knowledge, communication and aesthetic experience.
This prompts for the adoption of a consolidated approach to the development of education and science in the EU and Bulgaria – an approach of uniting science, education, social engagement, technology and art. Such a consolidated approach is featured in the STEM and STEAM models – training by uniting the methods of science, technology, engineering art and mathematics, thus enabling learning by experiencing and improving the skills to work with concepts, abstractions and symbols.
RELOGIA will present the new forms of interdisciplinary Art+Science+Technology education, research and experience of knowledge in the context of STEAM and STEAM.
RELOGIA workshops will share the knowhow of such cross-disciplinary approach applications.
RELOGIA Conference is designed as interdisciplinary trialogues between the pillars of Education and Culture – Art, Science and Technology – brought together in a variety of aspects by researchers from diverse cultures, nationalities, and intellectual disciplines.
RELOGIA Exhibition is showing new forms of cross-disciplinary research emerging from this triple symbiosis. Art+Sci+Tech exhibition will communicate the new paradigm through interactive artefacts.
RELOGIA ADVISORY BOARD
The conference will be held at the National Palace of Culture in the center of the capital Sofia where was hosted the European Presidency in Bulgaria in 2018.
Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia is in the top 10 best places for business start-ups in the world and is one of Europe’s most affordable cost-of-living capitals. The city’s churches and monuments reflect several thousand years of history, including Thracian, Greek, Roman, and Ottoman. Home to many of Bulgaria’s finest museums, galleries, restaurants and entertainment venues, Sofia may persuade you to stick around and explore further.