The Student Council was originally formed with representatives from student-organised initiatives within the school, but we are constantly looking for fresh minds to join us.
We want to engage and encourage students to play a more active role in shaping the school. Student voices are crucial!
We see ourselves as a bridge connecting students, staff and teachers with information and resources. This school is not just an assemblage of individual makers, but a place where we care for one another. As a council, we want to lend a hand, share knowledge, and listen carefully.
Through our activities we want to cultivate an even ground for all students and work for greater transparency within the administrative structures of the institution.
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.
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.
Walk in for open plat at all levels!
+ Lecture by Toni Pepe on the queer politics of stealth gameplay.
From 15:00 - free food @ the canteen!
An event series consisting of snacks and bedtime stories performed by BIPoC storytellers rooted in the decolonial theory of slowing down - designed to lull the Rietveld community to sleep. Deeply inspired by Trisha Hersey's "Rest is Resistance", we invite you to join us by bringing your over-worked and under-rested bodies to come and take a cozy mid day nap.
Screening: Apichatpong Weerasethakul's films
The three-part late afternoon event series is part of the student council umbrella 'Rest is Resistance' and invites dissident voices committed to confronting and investigating natural resource commodification and the ensuing mercantilism. Uncovering together some of the complexities of the freshwater crisis through positioned (hi)stories allows for sensitive and relational ways of connecting local and planetary struggles.
Walking Bodies, Becoming Wavicles is a series of walks + swims embracing nature as a space for rest and transformation. In this series of walks + swims following the Pagan Sabbath, we aim to physically experience decolonial concepts such as cyclical time, non-duality and collective care as a foundation for political organising.
'Contaminating the soil that nurtures greed' is a public lecture series that explores cultural and artistic practices, strategies, and methods from Eastern Europe. The second lecture is on 24 February, 16.30 hrs at the Library
Spit City is a Pen & Paper Role Play Game that invites players to world a geography and their own in-game identity collectively and collaboratively.
How radically can you rest? We are excited to announce our Spring Funding Round for student-led initiatives and projects on the theme 'Rest is Resistance', in reference to Tricia Hersey’s book: "Rest is Resistance: A Manifesto"
CONTAMINATING THE SOIL THAT NURTURES GREED IS A PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES THAT EXPLORES CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC PRACTICES, STRATEGIES, AND METHODS FROM EASTERN EUROPE
CONTAMINATING THE SOIL THAT NURTURES GREED is a public lecture/workshop series that explores cultural and artistic practices, strategies, and methods frm eastern Europe. Join us for the lecture performance + workshop by ZSOLT MIKLÓSVÖLGYI.
The Student Council is looking for new members. You can become part of a team of 8 student members from GRA and Sandberg.
What does the publication do or mean?
How is it going to exist and circulate?
How does it achieve its aspirations through form?
Can it contribute to the well-being of the community?
How do content, editorial concept and design come together?
Can a workshop transform into a publication?
Can a publication transform into a workshop?
What does a non-physical publication look like?
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Body Languages 2 is a series of open movement sessions which function as a playground for performative gestures in an experimental, non-goal-oriented setting. Through the entry point of “small gestures and group ornaments”, this programme explores political, artistic and theoretical questions around the body, its movement, posturing, voice and performance in different publics.
Next thursday 10-16h the bread oven will be hot !
Almost half of Rietveld and Sandberg students are immigrants to the Netherlands. Many of the Dutch passport holders have been migrants sometime in their life. Migrants might legally be defined by foreign birth or by foreign citizenship, but migration, by choice or by force, is also a dynamic political, economic and emotional process. ‘Safe migration and decent work’ is a multi-part project consisting of a lecture and two installations and performances that provides you with the theory and practice of making art on safe migration and decent work.
Hold my hand let's meet them by the speaker is a series of performative lectures and events under the umbrella of club culture; reflecting on music, queer and feminist practices, and technology.
“How can we reimagine cinema as a space of organic procreation rather than an industrial, alienated and alienating production? How can we construct a relational space in which the boundary between me and you is thin and dynamic?” —The pregnant apparatus - Maxa Zoller
Student Council Spring 2022 funding round is now open for applications. We want ambition and scale, projects that dream big. It may be daunting, but we are here to help you. For this funding round we are looking for projects that will have a public programme that happens in outdoor spaces. We are offering a budget of up to €3000 for projects that are ambitious and community oriented and we have a budget of approximately €10.000
THE STUDENT COUNCIL IS LOOKING FOR 4 NEW MEMBERS...
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The Student Council would like to invite you to “JAFFA, THE ORANGE'S CLOCKWORK” by Eyal Sivan, a film screening in collaboration with the Disarming Design department.
Screening of Three Film Essays on Asian Cinema from Asian Film Archive
A Lecture series on Post-Digital Archives
30.4.2021, 18:00 CEST & 14:00 GMT-2
Snowblindness x Inuuteq Storch
Snowblindness x Carmen Dusmet Carrasco @ 18:00
Let’s talk about what it means to collaborate with your mum - working with relatives in artistic processes
Join us for the second session of Across Framesnext Wednesday the 31st of March at 2PM. Artist and curator Edward Gillman, director of the artist-run organization Auto Italia in London, will be exploring exhibitions and moving image projects from their archive. The presentation will be followed by a group discussion with Kate Cooper, also a founder of the space and tutor at Resolution.
Installation artist, writer, and filmmaker Margaret Haines will be discussing two of her latest projects. The presentation will be followed by a group discussion with Kate Cooper on non-cinematic imagery in the cinematic, writing, archival research, and moving image.
W€'re doing it again! For th€ third y€ar now, th€ Student Council is going to support stud€nt-run initiativ€s within the Acad€my. It is our pl€asure to announc€ the n€xt round of funding for proj€cts and initiativ€s at th€ Rietv€ld and Sandb€rg.
Do you want to have an unique and amazing pipe that you make by your hands and clay? This is your chance.
I once made pipes with clay in ceramic workshop, and the result was amazing.
I've been carrying my pipe ( a monkey with cow pattern) all around Amsterdam since I made it, everywhere I go everyone who has seen it, love it so much. So, I had this idea of creating a workshop and share with everyone this interesting and easy process of how to make your own unique crazy pipe just with your bare hands, clay and fire.
For the second year already, the Student Council has been developing a methodology to support student-run initiatives within the academy. €10.000 will be distributed to the selected projects. Applications are due September 20!
Date: Monday 24 February
Location: Gym, Rietveld Building
Time: 20.00-03.00 hrs
Location: OT301, Overtoom 301, 1054 HW Amsterdam
Film Screening @ Dirty Art Foundation, Bijlmerplein 698
Student Council Rietveld Academie & Sandberg Instituut has 10,000euros to give away for funding! Don't forget to apply!
Pien Overing (Fine Arts - Rietveld)
Catalina Reyes Navarro (Resolution - Sandberg)
Jae Pil Eun (Approaching Language - Sandberg)
Alcide Breaux (Dirty Art - Sandberg)
Niam Madlani (Graphic Design - Rietveld)
Stijn Verhoeff (Advisor)
Sarah Arnolds (Cordinator)
Funding for students, activities, addressing issues relevant to students
The Student Council currently doesn’t have a office
Student representation, project funding