2co everyday FCAYC

Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia

September the 14th, 2019

Cerezales del Condado (24150, León - Spain)
Calle Antonino Fernandez, 76


Our third 2COeveryday gathering will take place in Cerezales del Condado and will be hosted by Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia (FCAYC), located in Cewrezales del Cndado, in the North of Spain.

An agency for regional development, FCAYC is a private institution dedicated to the development of the local homeland and of the transfer of knowledge through two channels: cultural productions and ethno-education. Ensuring that everyone in the community has access to culture and to the production and sharing of knowledge is at the heart of FCAYC’s policy.

In this respect, FCAYC aims at being a driving force and a link between local, regional, national and international agents.


Programme

The event speakers include (so far):

Matteo Bonera
Creative Director - The Visual Agency - Milan

Nicolò Ceccarelli
Lab AnimazioneDesign, Alghero

We are still working on the final line-up and we would be glad to hear your suggestions.
… more detail to be published soon.


Venue

FCAYC headquarter
facilities

FCAYC will host this edition of 2CO everyday at their quite brand new – energetically sustainable – facilities.

The new main foundation's headquarter was designed by Alejandro Zaera Polo & Maider Llaguno and opens to the public in Jennuary 2017.


getting there

Cerezales del Condado is a small village, of less than 100 inhabitants, located 30 km north-east of León - about half an hour by car following CL-624 road from León toward Boñar.

León is the most suitable place for accommodation and is an interesting historical town located on the French Way of the “Camino de Santiago”.

There are regular hight speed trains from Madrid - Chamartin Station that covers the trip in 2 to 2.5 hours.


FCAYC map
Organized By:
FCAYC
 
In collaboration with:
AAA
 
 
 

everyday

communicating
complexity

international design seminars
INFORMATIVE-ANIMATION
INTERACTIVE DATA VISUALIZATION
INFO-GRAPHICS
INFORMATIVE ENVIRONMENTS