Vulca What’s next?

VULCA, what’s next? Webinar to present the future of Vulca Tuesday 30th June 2020 6.30 to 8.00 pm (CET) Vulca webinar registration WEBINAR AGENDA VULCA NEW BOARD 10 minutes – Lead by Nicolas Fifre Our historical board will be changing after 5 years. Since the beginning of Vulca, the members of our board have been: Nicolas Fifre, Co-Founder and President, Louis Reignaud, Treasurer, and Marjorie Ansion, Secretary We are very happy that they have been part of Vulca journey, contributing to the development of the association. However, their life started… Lire la suite »Vulca What’s next?

Open Door Manzat Experimenta

OPEN DOOR – MANZAT EXPERIMENTA MANZAT – FRANCE 3rd to 9th August 2020 OPEN DOOR REGISTRATION Vulca Experimenta methodology includes one week immersion in the town of our Proof Of Concept partners. We know how much is important to see on spot the community and their dynamic to really understand it remotely. So we offer an unique experience to those who want to visit a Makerspace project which starts by including residency for M-Hackers from the beginning. The first open door week will be organized in Manzat (Fr) and we… Lire la suite »Open Door Manzat Experimenta

The first connection, the hardest one

Since the beginning, Vulca has been regularly requested to create connections between people and/or spaces. If at the beginning we did “on the go”, gradually we have developed a specific methodology with a focus on human proximity. Alquimétricos, maker organization originating from Brazil, contacted Vulca to help with establishing new connections in Europe. This is the story of how we did it. 2020 Update: Due to COVID-19 pandemic context, most events in Europe and around the world were postponed or canceled. Alquimétricos was invited to be part of Vulca network… Lire la suite »The first connection, the hardest one

Makers Mobility Pilot Project

What is a Pilot Project A pilot project is an actual implementation of the working system with real people, but on a limited scale. European Union with Erasmus or Creative Europe formed exchange program to encourage the mobility of citizens in Europe, but at this stage, the makers movement can only make it by hand, in small quantities. Some of the makerspaces are interested, but we need more makerspace-use to iron out the kinks, and justify the scaling-up of maker mobility programs in Europe. Vulca want europe to try and… Lire la suite »Makers Mobility Pilot Project