The Circlecon App is about interacting in the modern world of digital technology with all ages on multiple levels. Expert knowledge for adults, from excerpts of research and studies of distinguished researchers and scientists in the context of the Circular Economy. There will also be a special reward category for large companies where, as part of corporate social responsibility, they will also achieve environmental goals. For teenagers, influencers and environmental activists will make short video quotes about the values of the circular economy.
For the people of art, another relationship is created – a condition where artists from all 7 countries will offer their works, the children will have the opportunity to download the file and paint it with ecological markers and certified ecological paints, highly suitable for the use of painting. Then there will be a living lab via the internet with all 7 countries and then the first exhibition with recyclable materials will take place. The aim is to inform the children and explore together with the visual artists the inexhaustible world of painting. The Curators will simultaneously hold a workshop for the exchange of opinions, techniques and ecological materials that exist in their countries. Greece has started with the Historian of Art Ph. D Curator Marina Gonta and the suggested Artists: Professor Stavros Panayotakis School of Arts, and the eminent and awarded artists Anna Tsivdari, Ismini Mixa and Vassiliki Magga.
Ms Gonta has participated in another European Programm of ERFC, called FAME Road and it was related in 4 pillars, FOOD, ART, MOVEMENT & ENERGY.
There will also be the possibility of 3D printing in collaboration with the Crassenstein Innovation Center. (Digital guidance)
In the Circlecon App there will also be the dictionary of the first 100 words in terms of the terminology of circular economy concepts.
The Curators will simultaneously hold a workshop for the exchange of opinions, techniques and ecological materials that exist in their countries. There is the use of augmented reality, where the visitor will have the opportunity to learn and discover the local artists. He will scan a QR code and will also have the possibility to buy the painting of the respective artist. 10% will go to some good social cause. The biggest challenge, however, will be a CIRCLECON workshop with all the curators per country in a digital living lab with the aim of creating an NFT overall project that will result from the recompositing effort of all the works of the visual artists.