From September 27th until October 1st, the Institute of Network Cultures, Hotel Maria Kapel (Hoorn), and Platform BK organise an autumn camp for young art workers. Fifteen recently graduated artists, designers, and theatre-makers are invited to five days of conversations, workshops, and communal activities. Each day, they will address one important theme of working and living in the Dutch cultural sector: from working in the gig economy and money flows in the cultural sector, to experiments with crypto, staying happy and healthy, and durable self-organization. The results will be collected and distributed in a zine, to make sure that all (young) cultural workers can share in the developed insights.
On Thursday the 30th of September Caradt professor Sebastian Olma, Caradt researcher Hedwig Houben, Rob Leijdekkers and Brenda Tempelaar will organise the fourth day of the autumn camp.
Day 4 – Thursday 30 September: Staying happy and healthy
10:00-12:30 – Workshop ‘Curriculum Veto’ by Art Goss
12:30-14:00 – Lunch, conversation with Wethouder Samir Bashara
14:00-15:30 – Roleplay ‘An Analogy: Art and the Immune System’ by The Long Tail of Art (Caradt)
15:30-17:00 – Guided tour through the West-Fries Museum
For more information visit the Institute of Network Cultures