One participant connecting to one of the Dead Drops. Photo courtesy think europe
On the 4th of May students of the University of Cologne organized a digital scavanger hunt for 80 young online editors from four European countries (Slovenia, Hungary, Czech and Germany). The scavanger hunt was a project realized for the Europe House Marienberg, i.e. thinkeurope exclusively.
Under the direction of Prof. Dr. Torsten Meyer the event started in the morning and climaxed in a flashmob in front of the Cologne Cathedral. The Dead Drops, which were bricked in at different crucial places of Cologne contained history related tasks. The event was insoired by Adam Bartholls Artproject “DeadDrop.” We loved the event and the many different effects it had.
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The think europe program is dedicated to getting young Europeans together and encouraging them to join political discourses. Our education center has nothing to do with school. think europe provides a state-of-the-art learning environment and approaches and is eager to support any of your creative contributions.