Explorations is an open format for practice-based investigations. Explorations can be initiated by any member of muu-baa and are tangible examples of the activities of the network members.
Explorations can be a workshop, an event for pitching ideas, a video or documentary, a specific intervention on a farm, a prototype product, an art piece, a collective walk, or other proposal.
Yellow Day is a “new tradition” to celebrate the coming of summer. Join a hands-on workshop to dye your clothes using the brilliant yellow of the dandelion flower. Participants are invited to bring along a light-coloured or white item of clothing – a shirt, blouse or T-shirt made of cotton,… Read More
Mountain wool: New applications, products and perspectives A muu-baa workshop held at Stanglerhof, St. Konstantin, Völs am Schlern, Südtirol on Saturday, 19 January 2019. This workshop was attended by 13 participants comprising teachers, researchers, students and alumni from the Faculty of Design & Art, unibz, a founder of BAU and… Read More
We shape our landscapes and our landscapes shape us A muu-baa workshop held at Frötscherhof, Brixen/St. Andrä, Südtirol on Saturday, 17 November 2018. This workshop was attended by 22 participants including farmers, representatives from the tourism industry, LAG advisors, architects, a food network entrepreneur, a baker and university researchers from… Read More
Mountain wool: New applications, products and perspectives 19 January 2019, 10.00 – 16.00 at Stanglerhof This hands-on making workshop* is a collaboration between muu-baa and rewollte (Theresa Bader and Melissa Fröhle) focusing on the potential of 60 tonnes of waste sheep wool produced annually in South Tyrol… Read More
17 November 2018, 9.00 – 16.00
We shape our landscapes and our landscapes shape us.
This is the second co-design workshop from muu-baa, an agri-cultural network of explorations. Sign up now for to secure your free place. Read More
Farmers, designers, artists, researchers, a communications specialist, a specialist in corporate governance and innovation, and a regional development manager worked together on the topic of diversity, from biological, agronomic and anthropological perspectives. This participatory design workshop enabled the participants and facilitators to share their perspectives to generate a co-understanding of (bio-)diversity. The workshop was hosted at Aspmayrhof, Wangen-Vanga, courtesey of Margareth Kaserer and Simon Steinburger. Read More
What are the benefits of sharing in open-source agriculture? What is being shared and what farming communities need to share in the future in Alto Adige - Südtirol? Read More