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The Jug Band (dalle Colline Metallifere), will have the onus and bonus of opening the day…after the concert, come and meet us by the stage with our maps, sensors, prints and other concerPT bits that we share. Looking forward to see you!
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Piacevole atmosfera ieri sera all’Enoteca Le Volte di Roccatederighi (GR) per il “mapperitivo” legato al progetto di mappatura di comunità della rete pibinko.org. Se vi siete persi la presentazione dell’evento, vedete questo articolo.
Di solito ci siamo stati a suonare…questa volta si sono messe sul tavolo mappe di varie generazioni: una carta del Touring Club Italiano degli anni ’30 in cui Ribolla ancora non era ancora sulla mappa, ma veniva identificata come “Cava di lignite di Casteani” e la via Aurelia veniva chiamata via Emilia (?), copie delle mappe di comunità della Val di Farma, di Tatti e di Follonica, una mappa della qualità del cielo notturno del 2001 e una mappa dell’Iran del 1976 (perché?), e necessariamente un computer con un software libero per sistemi informativi territoriali (QGIS) e vari strati informativi caricati.
Tutti questi supporti cartografici fanno parte di un più esteso archivio nella “cosoteca” della rete pibinko.org e, come in tutti i giochi di carte, all’inizio della partita vengono distribuiti sul tavolo:
A partire da questi spunti, assieme a una breve presentazione di “chi siamo, che cosa facciamo” si è innescato un confronto in cui si è spaziato da questioni storiche (l’affresco di Guidoriccio da Fogliano), all’identificazione di personaggi che potranno contribuire alla mappa di comunità dei dintorni della “Rocca”, e abbiamo segnato un paio di punti fra Meleta (La crocina) e Sassoforte (Fonte al pidocchio), così, per vedere l’effetto che fa.
Grazie a Stefano, Cristiano, Francesca, Gerri, Gionni e Fabio per la partecipazione e arrivederci alle prossime (data da confermare ma verosimilmente in giugno). Se siete interessati a organizzare altri “mapperitivi” dalle vostre parti: firstname.lastname@example.org oppure 3317539228
After the last episode, in December 2021 in Follonica, we continue with the community mapping project which we started in 2014 in the Farma Valley, then developed in 2019 in Tatti, and in 2020 in Roccastrada. Participatory mapping is one of the permanent components of the Jug Band Colline Metallifere’s activity (in every performance we bring the maps created in the previous episodes, and we like to do “geomusic“).
To reboot the story with the Summer in mind, we invite you to the Enoteca Le Volte in Roccatederighi (Southern Tuscany), from 7 to 8PM to learn the basics about this project and to understand how to collaborate.
Being in Roccatederighi (at the centre of the image), we will start be checking how to add a few points in order to connect the West side of the map (Tatti) with the East side (Sassofortino and the Farma Valley)…but it will not be forbidden to drift from there, following the sweet & sour mobility paradigm.
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One of the main problems for the merchandising of any project is to find models to wear shirts, pins, tote bags and other items which – somebody said- will help to promote the project.
Since the JBCM is not a rock band but and international and inter-generational collective born to share with citizens stories and ideas related to the environment, our territories, rural development policies etc, we needed to find somebody suitable. After months of work of casting agencies we have identified as the headliner in our model rosters Fabio Bettio. Fabio is MS in electronic engineergin from Genova, relocated since the early Nineties in Cagliari (Sardinia). He is an international expert in computer graphics and scientific visualization. In the picture you see him during a break in on of his training sessions.
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For more hand-printed shirts by Wolfgang, see this link.
On Saturday, July 9 , at 6.30PM come and meet with some characters which since the Seventies, together with the communities of six hamlets, are keeping alive in the Metalliferous Hills of Southern Tuscany an ancient game: palla a 21 (or palla eh!).
Claudio “Bob” Spinosi, with Jack O’Malley and Dario Canal from the Jug Band dalle Colline Metallifere, will lead you to discover a world of games which is parallel to other mainstream sports, while making you travel across valleys and hills of Southern Tuscany, reaching Chicago, Illinois, and ending with a ball construction workshop by Ilo Ferrandi.
Looking forward to see you!
This page will contain indications on songs and other material that will be primarily used by Jack O’Malley and Mauro Tirannosauro at the Living Knowledge Conference on June 30 (and in other stops on the non-formal education tour 2022). We expect to publish the list by the end of May / early June
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The list of presentations which will be given at the ninth Living Knowledge conference, to be held between June 29 and July 1 in Groningen (The Netherlands), has been published. This includes a JBCM performance as a part of our 2022 non-formal education tour (see presentation article here). You will also find here the full list of presentations. The final programe will be published around mid May.
According to our very first idea, that was in January, we were supposed to be travelling with all the band. However, summing the complexities deriving from the issues in Eastern Europe and other organizational issues, the lineup will be:
…with the possibility of featuring artists and/or scientists based on a track list which will be released around early June.
- For the Italian portion of the tour: the two above mentioned subjects, plus other elements to be added (the closer to the Metalliferous Hills, more options we have)
By the end of May-early June we expect to publish the final schedule.
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Soundtrack for this blog post:
We are very pleased to announce the lunch on Saturday May 21 at Altrimondi, in Follonica. Here we have been hosted since 2019 in various configurations, and the event taking place in nineteen days will be the combination of many stories. All of these originated around a bar table on January 4, 2007, in Torniella, a small village in Southern Tuscany, and from there they have been bouncing between Chicago, Ribolla, Verona, San Francisco, Mantova, Lari, Milano….and more places.
The detailed program of the event will be published within a few days. In the meantime please start saving the date and the time: Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 1PM. For more information: email@example.com or whatsapp +393317539228.
P.S. palla a 21 or palla eh!
Meet us (in a duo version with Mauro Tirannosauro and Jack O’Malley, which you also see in the banner photo) between 7 and 8PM at Piano Terra/Off Topic in via Confalonieri 3. We will be talking about our upcoming projects, including the European tour, the “Samber” school, and other cool stuff coming up.
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