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Do you want to develop experimental education? Do you want to organise a research platform outside the structure of a department? Do you want to team up with students, teachers and workshops specialists from across the academy to explore a particular topic?

The Editorial Board is looking for two new intercurricular platforms to start in January 2024.
Please send your proposal before 22 November 2023 to redactieraad@rietveldacademie.nl!

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Upcoming Events
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LASP
Thu
5 Oct
2023
Müge Yilmaz - lecture

Müge Yılmaz’s work and research presents speculative narratives on the future distilled through feminist science fiction. Over the academic year, Müge will be working with the students from TXT and Architectural Design, while conducting her own research into salt. These activities are part of the Climate Imaginaries at Sea project. On October 5th, Müge will introduce her research project on salt.

LASP
Thu
5 Oct
2023
Workshop by Brackish Collective

On October 5 LASP hosts a lecture by Müge Yilmaz on salt. Before the lecture, from 11.00 to 13.00, you have the opportunity to attend a workshop by the Brackish Collective in the kitchen of the Sandberg Instituut. Working with halophytes and other salt-resistant plants - all which grow in the dunes and coastal areas of The Netherlands - this workshop will be an experimental tasting and attempt at collaborative sensorial mapping involving ten plants, ranging from sea asparagus and dune roses to sea purslane, sea buckthorn and red clover, amongst others.

Cranberry Juice
Tue
10 Oct
2023
Cranberryjuice in discussion: Care practices & Queer ecologies /w Maya Lane & Cláudia Pallisé

To kick off a new chapter as an extracurricular platform, Cranberryjuice collective is hosting a monthly lecture series relating to medical sexual inequalities and care practices. For their first event they will be inviting queer medical anthropologist Maya Lane together with published writer and researcher Cláudia Pallisé to join them for talks and discussions in the gym. The informal lecture series is open to everyone: specifically students from the Rietveld & Sandberg, but also alumni and any other people for whom it strikes curiosity or interest. Cranberryjuice cocktails will be served!

 
Sun
15 Oct
2023
Sharing Artistic Research

The research group Third cycle in Artistic Research at the Rietveld (TARR) organises Sharing Artistic Research. The participating researchers will discuss their process and share materials to exchange knowledge and experiences.

Student Council
Mon
16 Oct
2023
Tremble and Assemble: Practicing Collectivity

For our Open Call - Fall Funding Round 2023, we, Student Council, extend a warm invitation for you to propose ways of assembling. We are curious to see how you want to organize, imagine, facilitate, and later on, archive an assembly and how they can fuse to artistic, sonic, silent, political and emotional practices. Together, we want to explore imaginative and traditional means of assemblies through making use of the school’s resources.

 
Thu
19 Oct
2023
School Family State

School Family State is a documentary film about a group of graphic design students from the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and BHSAD in Moscow. Closely linked to her own biography, graphic designer Claudia Doms follows the diverse protagonists in their last year in art school and a year after graduation. The film reveals the unique mind set that exists in the isolated space that the art school provides, contrasted with the different pathways that follow graduation. It explores notions of privilege and compromise, steered by the micro context of the family up to the macro forces of geopolitical changes.

 
Fri
27 Oct
2023
Open Call! 3Dimensional Jazz @ Arti et Amicitiae

Hello world! We are Content y Contend, your favourite partners. Now, we embark on a new adventure… we’re curators = booking agents!

Ongoing
Past
Motormond
Sat
30 Sep
2023
FINISSAGE: Brave Beauties In Communion

What is the role of your artistic practice in your imagination of social and political change? How do artists / photographers negotiate their practices between the global north and the global south? What is lost and gained in translation?

BYOB
Fri
8 Sep
2023
W139 hosts BYOB

For the duration of the week byob is setting up a publishing station at W139. We publish everyone. You are invited to fill out-in-up the given template, which will be printed on demand and distributed in W139 over the span of the week. The publishing station also serves as a display system for the ongoing research on practices around self-publishing. All the printed work left behind will be bound into a publication on the 16th of September

Rietveld Mulch
Thu
7 Sep
2023
Arty Party @ Melkweg

You are invited to Arty Party on 7 September 2023! During this multidisciplinary festival, the entire Melkweg will be dedicated to art in all its forms. All rooms, corridors, and corners of the building will be utilized to fully immerse you in the future of the Dutch art scene.

BYOB
Sat
2 Sep
2023
Food for Thought

Goodbyes are hard but a small goodbye snack definitely aids the ache, and fills part of the hole left by our friends over at Snacks Amsterdam.

BYOB
Fri
1 Sep
2023
byob x ENTER ENTER (open call)

bring your own book is taking over ENTER ENTER for four weeks from the 15th of September until the 15th of October and we are looking for printed matter made by you, your friends and friends of friends of friends. We are programming a 4-week exhibition, display and fair of diy and self published books and other printed matter. The month will be filled with launches, lectures and workshops!

Motormond
Sun
20 Aug
2023
Brave Beauties in Sunday Best

What: Open Photoshoot session
When: 20 August (19:00 — 21:00)
Where: Kinkerstraat 96
How: Dress in your Sunday best!

Motormond
Tue
1 Aug
2023
Brave Beauties in Communion: Artist Talks

What: public program
Date: 01-August-2023
Time: 19:00 - 21:30
Location: Kinkerstraat 96

Motormond
Thu
27 Jul
2023
BRAVE BEAUTIES IN COMMUNION: Imaging Black Queer Liberation - OPENING

Brave Beauties in Communion defines queerness as of transformation, of shapeshifting, of fluency, of form to deform; of code to switch, of mimicry, of flamboyance, of grace, of fluidity, and of bravery.

Motormond
Thu
27 Jul
2023
Brave Beauties in Communion: EXHIBITION

Thank you for coming to the opening of our new exhibition — Brave Beauties in Communion: Imaging Black Queer Liberation!

Unsettling
Tue
11 Jul
2023
IF YOU COULD ASK SOMETHING TO A LAWYER FOR FREE, WHAT WOULD IT BE?

We are pleased to announce this year new session of “If you could ask something to a lawyer for free what would it be?”, we have invited Jeremy Bierbach, an immigration lawyer, to join us for an enlightening conversation organized by Unsettling in collaboration with the nonEU support about working with a non-EU status, visa applications after graduation, and employment prospects.

 
Sat
8 Jul
2023
Ratatata!

Make your way, this Saturday to Kanaal 40 for Ratatata!! The unofficial Rietveld Graduation afterparty!

Unsettling
Wed
5 Jul
2023
unsettlingbar - Opening Party

You are invited to unsettlingbar Opening Party on 5th of July, Wednesday, starting from 18:00 at the Sandberg Building.

Radio Rietveld
Wed
5 Jul
2023
Contribute to RR during the graduation show

Play your music, interviews, stories, anything!
We will be broadcasting live from the academy during the graduation show.

 
Sat
1 Jul
2023
Design Lab celebrates Jeroen's 10th anniversary

Saturday July 1 from 16:00 onwards @ observation point, Amsterdamse Bos

Embodied Knowledge Bureau
Fri
23 Jun
2023
EKB Field School

We will be hosting a temporary field school for adults and children, filled with guided sensory field trips in and around Hasselt. Together, we will explore our surroundings from multiple viewpoints.

Sandberg Research
Thu
22 Jun
2023
I am going to be your last teacher

"I am going to be your last teacher. Not because I'll be the greatest teacher you may ever encounter, but because from me you will learn how to learn. When you learn how to learn, you will realize that there are no teachers, that there are only people learning and people learning how to facilitate learning." – Moshé Feldenkrais

 
Thu
15 Jun
2023
open call: ‘On Disuse’

The provisional publication ‘On Disuse’ (working title) is a publication about the physical and metaphorical voice of women, orally transmitted stories among women, the word ‘mother-tongue’, and speaking as a method to bring minorities together and for, solidarity.

 
Sat
10 Jun
2023
Routine Core 23

Graduation party 2023 organised by Sandberg Instituut at OT301.
Date & time: Saturday June 10, 20:00 & onwards.
Location: Overtoom 301, 1054 HW Amsterdam.

Unsettling
Fri
9 Jun
2023
Performing with words

Artistic vocal workshop with Naama Freedman.

 
Wed
7 Jun
2023
Jazz Jam Session

Are you playing an instrument? Or do you purely love listening to good music? Join us for an unforgettable evening of live jazz on the rooftop of FedLev building!

Library Talks
Mon
5 Jun
2023
Thesis Fest - Readings from Thesis Writings

With Edgar Fulton (Ceramics), Danute Līva (Architectural Design), Uma Naddermier (Graphic Design), Michał Dawid Sypien (Designlab), Jordi de Vetten (Photography) & Rachel Walker-Konno (Dogtime Expanded Painting).
Hosted by Lucía Vives.

 
Fri
2 Jun
2023
KINDLE TREE

(apart from that happening under the):
Pop-up radio with Mosi Yaro & Neeeomed. DIY BBQ, tea & fire by Sean Cha, free beers & snacks.

Student Council
Fri
2 Jun
2023
PLEASURE PROVIDERS: PILLOW TALK

On the 2nd of June Sex-Workers and allies are invited to gather themselves at San Serriffe From 8PM until 10PM we will take the time to read, reflect and rest. MF Akynos, Alejandra Ortiz and Alice Danger will share stories with us. Kami Million will be hosting us for this night of Pleasure Providers Pillow Talk. Let’s be together and celebrate the existence of whores. On that day they don’t have to hide, this day is theirs, whores are allowed to thrive.

Art and Research
Wed
31 May
2023
ART and RESEARCH Programme 2023-2024

An honours program for Rietveld students interested in artistic research. Now open for applications for the academic year 2023/2034.

 
Tue
30 May
2023
The Gate of Jendalla

Ongoing sound installation to visit on May 30, 10:00-17:00, in room K30 - BC building.
By SasaHara of RE:MASTER OPERA

 
Tue
30 May
2023
How To Live Together (Otherwise)

Join the first session of the Reading Group. Through readings by Donna Haraway, Roger Caillois, and Elizabeth Bishop, we will explore new ways of living together in today’s more-than-human world, and learn languages that support them. This session is open to the public.

Black Student Union
Sun
28 May
2023
Widefuturesss presents: Lemi Ghariokwu

Initially promoted as an in person gathering, the form of the event had to change due to visa issues with regards to Lemi's attendance.

Sandberg Research
Fri
26 May
2023
WASALIWA

Apply for the international exchange project, WASALIWA, a collaboration of Framer Framed, the Sandberg Instituut and the Oceania Arts Centre in Fiji. We are looking for Amsterdam based artists to explore the ecological history and future of the Pacific Islands through a series of workshops 5, 6, 7, and 8 June 2023. Send in your motivation statement before 26 May to apply!

BYOB
Fri
26 May
2023
Fangirls Workout

We are happy to announce workshop ‘Fangirls Workout’: join ROTTING FRUITS on May 26 for a workshop working out and with the books and publications surrounding us at the byobfair.

Motormond
Thu
25 May
2023
To Interrupt To Punctuate

To be punctured with meaning is a method, it puts forward a way of watching filming in translation. To pause between scenes and to puncture a film with poetry, to puncture a scene with a painting, to puncture a scene with a performative sculpture, to puncture a scene with a performance.

BYOB
Thu
25 May
2023
Toni x Moni: Care in action

This mapping session called care in action aims to unpack how care and design are connected as well as an attempt to collectively find out how we can bring more care into the (everyday) practice.

Eight Cubic Meters
Thu
25 May
2023
Jesse Andriesse

the streets we walk on, the foundations of our cities

sidewalks that provide a clear path, a smooth surface

when we wander the streets and look down to think

the tiles that carry the weight of everyone passing

the tiles that keep our feet stable on our way

the tiles provide a surface for all wondering minds

a surface that, when scratched, reveals

confrontation with heaps of information

overflowing minds in an already unstable world

a single truth has become hard to find and meaning evaporates

there is a search for clarity and an explanation in a complex, globalised world

people feel unsure and connect dots forming personalized theories

a general doubt eats at the institutions and foundations

BYOB
Wed
24 May
2023
Survival Manual for Self-publishers - collective mapping workshop

This is a collective mapping workshop hosted by Not Just a Collective and facilitated by Lu Lin and Femke Kersten for this edition. During the workshop, we will explore questions such as "What is publishing?" "What can we do to enrich the realm of publishing?" and "How can we co-exist as self-publishers?" Through group discussions and activities, the workshop aims to generate a collective action plan to redefine publishing practices and provide practical guidance for self-publishers in collaboration with participants. The final result of the workshop will contribute to the second edition of the zine.

Material Monopolies
Wed
24 May
2023
Hiding in Plain Sight: Some Thoughts on the Death Drive /w Jamieson Webster

In this conversation, psychoanalyst Jamieson Webster will explore the consequences of Freud’s theory of the death drive. Working in silence, hiding in plain sight, a kind of relentless negative pull or rift, what kind of attempts can we make to work with the death drive and begin to mark a limit? Looking at dreams, unfolding sessions in psychoanalysis, the making of art, and political activism, we will think about the death drive in the contemporary landscape. We will pay particular attention to the problem of the visual in relation to the internet, the age of information, and iPhones.

Sandberg Student Circle
Tue
23 May
2023
Solidarity Platform Launch

We are happy to invite you to the launch of the Solidarity Platform, and ongoing project led by the non-EU support role and the Sandberg Student Circle from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie & Sandberg Institute. This platform is sourced from collaborative, shared documents initiated by non-EU students who identified the dire need for centralised information resources to help them navigate life in the Netherlands.

Unsettling
Sat
20 May
2023
Imminence of Alliance

Unsettling and Near East Union invite you to a performance evening by friends of Artists in Solidarity Netherlands, taking place at De Brakke Grond on 20 May!

Crip the Curriculum
Wed
17 May
2023
Make It Stim

We're so excited to announce our upcoming event 'Make it stim' with Dagmar Bosma and Sam Metz!
Come join us!

Asian Union
Mon
15 May
2023
Folklores, legends and ghosts - Ripples of Asian Imagery

With Jun Zhang, Kim Kokosky Deforchaux, Qiaochu Guo & May Adadol Ingawanij.

Near East Union
Sun
14 May
2023
ELECTION MARATHON

Join us at the ELECTION MARATHON, where we will witness a defining moment not only for Turkey but for rest of the world. The election will weigh heavily on security in Europe and the Middle East. Who is elected stands to define: Turkey’s role in the NATO alliance; its relationship with the U.S., the EU and Russia; migration policy; Turkey’s role in the war in Ukraine; and how it handles tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.

 
Fri
12 May
2023
Peas and Carrots

An exhibition with Rietveld & KABK students @ NEST. The artist if ‘Peas and Carrots’ were selected through an Open Call, in which they were invited to start a collaboration with a person, being or force outside of themselves, and to open up their practice to others.

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Publications
2 Oct 2023
Editorial Board

Last Open Call for Intercurricular Educational Platforms! - Round 5

Do you want to develop experimental education? Do you want to organise a research platform outside the structure of a department? Do you want to team up with students, teachers and workshops specialists from across the academy to explore a particular topic?

25 Sep 2023
Editorial Board

Welcoming: BYOB & Cranberry Juice

In these 2 videos the 2023 platforms introduce themselves & invite new participants:

16 Jun 2023
Editorial Board

1 Open Call, 13 Proposals, 2 Platforms

This was the editorial board’s fourth open call and we are very grateful to the students, tutors, alumni and workshop specialists who applied to run a platform. Thank you for the work and time you put into writing your applications. Each year the proposals pose complex and interesting research questions and exciting content, and this year we were particularly impressed by their professionalism and ambitious nature.

12 Jun 2023
Editorial Board

TOWARDS NEW SCHOOLS - epistemic shifts in art and design education

'Towards New Schools' is an essay series published by the Editorial Board around recent epistemic shifts in art and design education in Northwestern Europe. Practitioners, researchers and teachers have been invited to reflect on the knowledge systems that shape educational programmes and the power structures they replicate.

14 May 2023
Editorial Board

Platform event 2023 @ Perdu

Recap: on May 10, four student-led research platforms held their annual public presentation event, at Perdu in Amsterdam.

20 Apr 2023
Editorial Board

Extra Intra Reader #2: A Slight Breath - PDF

Thank you to everyone who came to the publication launch at San Serriffe on March 30 and got a paper copy of the reader!
Since the physical publication is now running low in numbers it has also been made available as a PDF here. Click to download >>

14 Feb 2023
Editorial Board

Open Call for Intercurricular Educational Platforms - Round 4

Do you want to develop experimental education? Do you want to organise a research platform outside the structure of a department? Do you want to team up with students, teachers and workshops specialists from across the academy to explore a particular topic?
The Editorial Board is looking for two new intercurricular platforms to start in September 2023.

6 Feb 2023
Olya Korsun, Anastasija Kiake & Katherina Gorodynska

TO NOSE. FROM NOSE.

Dear Olya,

I’m writing you a letter from my nose, in the sense that I depart and arrive from the nose and to the nose as I nose. My point is that I have traveled far, but I know that the place of my face that is the “I” where my story unfolds and folds in a void of not-knowing is a song of home-coming too as the paradox of leaving and the impossibility to leave within the breathing time walking upon the soils of the earth bordered by law and tongues drawn and woven into streams of images and semantics. We have known each other for a few months now and one of the things that connect us is the impossibility of speech and the perpetual trying, trying, and trying.

16 Dec 2022
Editorial Board

The Editorial Board for Intercurricular Programmes is looking for three new members (3 positions of 10 hours per month) from February 2023

We are looking for:

1 bachelor student
1 master student
1 member of non-teaching staff / workshop specialist

5 Dec 2022
Editorial Board

Quality Agreements, half-time platform reflections

The Quality Agreements is a funding plan which allows student-driven research platforms to run for 5 years. In 2022, now that half of that time has passed, we are sharing 2 anonymous reports with reflections from the platforms that have existed so far. Here, organizers and participants describe the challenges and rewards of running a platform, what they have learned, and what they would like future initiatives to know.

24 Oct 2022
Editorial Board

Welcoming: Bread Oven, Motormond, Material Monopolies & Crip the Curriculum

In these 4 videos the 2022 platforms introduce themselves & invite new participants:

12 Jul 2022
Editorial Board

1 Open Call, 12 Proposals, 4 Platforms, 3 Website Projects

To all of those who responded to our third Open Call we extend a huge thank you. It was a great pleasure to spend time thinking through and discussing your proposals, and we are grateful for the time and attention you took in applying. It is always rewarding to read about what broad and compelling work is being done around the academy, and it gives us a valuable insight in to what topics and urgencies students are currently working and thinking with.

In this round the decision making process was a challenging one, and we had long discussions in order to come to a final selection. We appreciate the commitment and consideration given to the proposed topics and questions, and are happy that they provoked discussion amongst the board members. We always encourage those who were unsuccessful to join our feedback sessions, and, if suitable, to apply again next round, which will be in the Spring of 2023.

15 Jun 2022
Editorial Board

Event: Crossfade: Sonic Somatics

On 18th May 2022, the Editorial Board organised an event at OT301 in collaboration with the Embodied Knowledge Bureau and aux).

These two student-led research platforms used the occasion to share their research around sound and listening practices, and embodied knowledge and cognition, with an audience. The programme included a listening session by aux); a conversation between the founders and participants of EKB where they shared some of the theoretical context and personal backdrop that drove their research; and a deep listening session and workshop with Liane and Micaela Turk, where the audience was led through breath and movement exercises to a soundtrack of deep techno.

24 Mar 2022
Editorial Board

Open Call for Intercurricular Educational Platforms - Round 3

Do you want to develop experimental education? Do you want to organise a research platform outside the structure of a department? Do you want to team up with students, teachers and workshops specialists from across the academy to explore a particular topic? The Editorial Board is looking for four new intercurricular platforms to start in September 2022. Please send your proposal before April 26!

7 Feb 2022
Werker Collective

Weaving Counter-Archives 1: ON ART WORKER RIGHTS

This article presents a sequence of conversation transcripts from the making of Textiles of Resistance: Growing, Weaving, Printing, Archiving, a project initiated by Werker Collective with Gleb Maiboroda & studio bonbon at Sonsbeek 20-24, an art manifestation in Arnhem, the Netherlands, exploring the complex labour relations and inequalities that show who is (un)seen, who is (in)dispensable, who is seemingly worth our applause, and who is fawningly silent.

12 Jan 2022
naira nigrelli & lila bullen-smith

Tools of Relations

the last few years have seen art academies across the netherlands lurch from one crisis to another, suspended in a constant state of crisis-management. the responses have varied across, and within, academies, but a closer look reveals a number of root causes that contribute to the issues rife within our art academies. these issues are difficult to address on a micro, per-academy level, through short-lived instagram accounts, or in moments of rupture and crisis. they need to be addressed through sustained, ongoing efforts - in alliance, together. this is already happening in a myriad of ways, and our project - ‘tools of relation’ - seeks to create a commons of these efforts. to create a living archive of these conversations, actions, interventions, conflicts, resolutions, and alliances.

3 Dec 2021
Editorial Board

Symposium: Disloyal to the Structure - on platforms as experimental art education

On November 30 the Editorial Board of Intercurricular Programmes at Rietveld/Sandberg held a symposium on the urgency of experimental forms of art education and the possibilities they offer in shaping future educational structures, practices and discourses.

23 Sep 2021
Lynn Berger

Context matters: A conversation with Elisa van Joolen and Anouk Beckers

We are so invested, many of us, in the idea of ownership. I came up with this design, so it is mine; I paid for this bag, so I own it. Upon this foundation, capitalism is built: we buy and we sell, we own and disown, and goods circulate from one owner to the next. But what does it mean, really, to own something? Can something ever really be ours? Might there be other ways, besides individual ownership, to relate to objects? And if so, what would that mean for our systems of production and consumption?

21 Sep 2021
Editorial Board

The Editorial Board for Intercurricular Programmes is looking for three members from October 2021

We are looking for:
1 master student
1 member of teaching staff
1 member of non-teaching staff / workshop specialist

22 Jun 2021
Agustina Woodgate, Freja Kir

Platform Alliances #1 Tools

What are the tools for alliances? How do we establish solidarity networks? Can a model of practice and form of governance be considered as a work of art? And what does it mean to publish/make public in a platform framework?

18 Jun 2021
Aimée Theriot-Ramos, Alex Harris, Constanza Castagnet, Luca Soudant, Margaux Koch

Voice, sound, technology and binaries: an audio essay featuring Sasha Geffen

We, a group of five, came together because of a mutual interest in sound. We are interested in how we listen and how sound is being used in its own materiality to foster experimental and border-crossing ways of making and thinking. At the end of 2020, we started a small online reading group where each one of us proposed a book they wanted to read. One of them was Sasha Geffen’s book Glitter up the Dark, which explores the intersections of gender, pop culture, the body, and technology. We reached out to Sasha and asked if they would be interested in collaborating with us. The following audio is composed by a mix of excerpts from their book, Sasha’s own voice, songs, samples, and voices from our friends.

7 Jun 2021
Editorial Board

1 Open Call, 11 Proposals, 3 Reflections, 2 Platforms

We would like to express a wholehearted thank you to those who responded to our second Open Call. We received 11 proposals in all and take great pride and pleasure that so many students, teachers and workshop specialists presented us with diverse and stimulating visions for the future of art education.

With the following reflections we offer you a synopsis of the proposals, an overview of the topics they addressed and aspects of their research that we found to be exciting. The Editorial Board is sincerely grateful to those who applied, and eager to focus on facilitating the two new initiatives we have selected as well as supporting other promising proposals in carrying out a section of their programme.

10 May 2021
Micaela Terk

Embodied Learning Lexicon: B is for Breath

In a culture that persistently lures towards a distrust of what cannot be seen, our physical reality is becoming increasingly invisible. This text reflects on one of the most basic, yet important, factors of our physicality: breath. I will examine the phenomenological and ecological implications of a culture that too often takes breath for granted, and ask: What can a pandemic which targets the lungs teach about a cultural relationship with grief?

19 Apr 2021
Editorial Board

(closed) Open Call: Intercurricular Educational Platforms - round 2

The editorial board invites students, teachers and workshop specialists from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie to team up for two semesters and create an intercurricular educational platform. The Quality Agreements 2019-2024 budget offers the possibility to support new educational platforms in the upcoming years. Three new platforms will start in September 2021, focusing on one of the following topics: ecology, future commons, embodiment, relationality, the future of materialisation, future pedagogy, future art and design economies, technology, future philosophy, future feminisms or future politics.

15 Apr 2021
Naomi Credé

All around me's twisting, twisting

All around me's twisting, twisting draws from past research undertaken by Rosie Haward and Naomi Credé around embodiments of dizziness and giddiness, focusing on the affects, histories and political potential these sensations give rise to. Dizziness or giddiness can alter our spatial, temporal and bodily relation to the world, and result in feelings of disorientation.

10 Dec 2020
Editorial Board

1 Open Call, 21 Proposals, 5 Reflections, 3 Platforms

1. A sincere thank you to everyone who responded to our Open Call!

With these reflections the editorial board wants to express a sincere thank you to everyone who has responded to our Open Call. We have received 21 proposals and feel honored that students, teachers as well as workshop specialists teamed-up and shared their thoughts and ambitions with us. The 21 proposals present a substantial collection of visions for a future of (art) education.

With these reflections we want to present a synopsis, highlight trends and share aspects we have signaled in the 21 proposals, as well as announce the 3 proposals we have selected. The editorial board feels proud and humble and will focus on facilitating these 3 new initiatives, as well as looking for ways to encourage and possibly support the other proposals in another manner.

4 Oct 2020
Editorial Board

(closed) Open Call: Intercurricular Programmes

Future Practices is the title of the multi-year framework from which the editorial board works in the coming years. The framework is in line with discussions previously held by the editorial board: where is the potential of the intercurricular programs in relation to future art and design education? What does studio practice and material research look like in the future and what role do the workshops play in this? How are students prepared for a field that is constantly evolving? How do they want to manifest themselves after their studies? Future practices concerns students and teachers from all departments as well as workshop specialists.

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