Crip the Curriculum is an educational platform at Rietveld Academie & Sandberg Instituut dedicated to dismantling ableist structures:
For a common future that is just, accessible, and joyfully liveable, the deeply embedded ableism in society must be challenged. In approaching this shared future, artists and designers carry both responsibility and opportunity to re-think methods of creating, communicating, and caring.
Crip the Curriculum encourages locating, questioning, unlearning, and dismantling of ableist patterns and biases within ourselves, our school, and ultimately our society. It strives for collective learning and community-building.
Well you join us on this journey?
There will be a very exciting event coming up soon, so hopefully we'll meet you then!
We're so excited to announce our upcoming event 'Make it stim' with Dagmar Bosma and Sam Metz!
Come join us!
MELT (Ren Loren Britton & Iz Paehr) will be hosting COUNTING FEELINGS, a two-day workshop collectively exploring how we can use data otherwise. The workshop emerges from MELT’s arts/design research at the University of Cologne, in which they are exploring questions of how and with what intentions the experiences of marginalised groups are quantified and counted as data, and how we can use data to recount different—or other—stories.
Do you want to get valuable feedback on your work from artists and writers Park McArthur, Constantina Zavitsanos, and Geelia Ronkina? This is your chance!
We are extremely excited to reveal the artists of our first Crip Artist Meet Up: Cielo Saucedo and Mae Eskenazi! During this wonderful event, called "Blood, guts and bones: Crip corporeality and the flesh", Alcide Breaux will have a conversation with them. And we are more than happy to invite you as well!
Crip the Curriculum is pleased to announce our next Lecture/Workshop. Left and Right: Disabled artists Jerron Herman and Molly Joyce bring artistic examples from their multi-year collaborations around the legacies of congenital and acquired disability, primarily the historical and societal implications of the body's left side.
We would like to invite Rietveld and Sandberg Kids & Parents for a type design workshop with Benjamin and Inna.
Crip the Curriculum hosts writer, artist, and activist Beatrice Adler-Bolton as she introduces her new book Health Communism