MAX (Makers’ eXchange) project is a pilot policy project, co-funded by the European Union, that aims to define and test policies and actions supporting the mobility and exchanges of experience between the cultural and creative industries, creative hubs, maker-spaces, fab-labs and formal and non-formal learning and skills development systems in a cross-sectoral way and embed makers’ mobility schemes for skills development and inclusion into mainstream CCIs support programmes, policies and ecosystems across Europe.

News

BlogHyper Global x Hyper Local 2 – Online

Domingo Club and My Vegan Fam: Tempeh Moulds

Antoine Jaunard and Maud Bausier from Domingo Club collaborated remotely with Valentina Manera from My Vegan Fam in order to develop their tempeh moulds!

BlogHyper Global x Hyper Local 2 – Physical

Michelle Tshibola and Yamuna Forzani: Utopia Ball x Fashion Show

Textile designers Michelle Tshibola and Yamuna Forzani formed an exchange team in order to share their knowledge and produce a new collection of outfits!

BlogStakeholder Interviews

FabLab Benfica, an interview with André Rocha

“Mobility experiences help you engage with the local community. You can bring different views and open possibilities for others who are also trying to develop their own projects.”

BlogStakeholder Interviews

Centre for Creativity, an interview with Mika Cimolini and Urška Krivograd

“What has happened now is that events have become more local and it’s much more difficult to reach new networks. So, it’s important that makers have some kind of support system.”

NEWS

How is Creativity an Element of Innovation for Skills Development and Social Inclusion?

On the 13th of September, we hosted a discussion on the importance of creative initiatives for skills development and inclusion in the Future Unlocked Conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

NEWS

MAX Panel discussion on the Future Unlocked Conference

A hybrid panel discussion, hosted by the MAX project and the Future Unlocked Conference, aiming to explore how creative initiatives and the creative process can be an element of innovation for social inclusion and skills development.