POOL IS COOL is invited to the fifth edition of the New Generations Festival - Building the Atlas - in Warsaw, taking place on November 15th-17th, 2018. Louisa Vermoere will speak about the importance of communication for our work, combining digital channels and real life activities.
Invited by the HafenCity University Hamburg, Paul Steinbrück and Jorg De Vriese of POOL IS COOL will talk about our approach on campaigning for outdoor swimming in Brussels, combining Actions, Projects, Research and Debate.
Join us for a run along the canal with a message: This year we run, next year we swim! The annual Brussels Canal Run is a good opportunity to remind our fellow citizens that it’s nice to run around the canal, but it’s even nicer to swim in it!
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POOL IS COOL is invited to “Baignade en Ville”, a conference on outdoor swimming in existing waters, organized by the City of Paris. We will join one of the round tables to discus swimming in the city with initiatives that fight for urban swimming as a public right for everyone.
How to mobilize as many people as possible to get together to make the city liveable? POOL IS COOL will join this workshop at Beursschouwburg, focussing on communication and the importance of (social) media. Many other initiatives will share their experience. Free admission.
New date, new place, new name, same program: Let’s watch a movie and discuss the future: Join us for “Men Who Swim”, a film about the Swedish all-male synchronized swimming team, and an open discussion about the work of POOL IS COOL, we’re curious for your feedback!
N’oubliez surtout pas vos maillots de bain, Roméo Poirier, musicien et maître nageur, convie le public à partager une expérience inédite : un live électronique subaquatique dans les historiques Bains du Centre de la capitale belge.
Exhibition until 11/11/2018
Exposition jusqu'au 11/11/2018
Tentoonstelling tot 11/11/2018
POOL IS COOL takes part in the second edition of the Brussels Urban Landscape Biennial in BOZAR which reviews the increasingly important role of water in urban areas. We add the question of leisure to the often mainly spatial and technical approach of water management.