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Review: Justin O’Connor – ‘Culture is not an industry: reclaiming art and culture for the common good’

Living Gold

Discover “Living Gold” at the National Silver Day in Schoonhoven

Lecture Eva Fotiadi Zurich

Lecture by Eva Fotiadi at Spring Academy organised by Zurich University of the Arts

Invitation: Join Us on June 4th for an Insightful Exploration with Špela Petrič

Revolutionising Photography: Risk Hazekamp’s Presentation at Helsinki Photomedia Conference

Talks Science Lab at Sencity Festival

Exploring Sensory Extensions through Technology with Michel Witter at Sencity Festival

Workshop Creativity and Critical Imagination

Using Art & Design to Widen Our Perspective on the World: Caradt’s Workshops at Avans Day

The Garden that Sees, Smells, and Hears workshop

Workshop and sharing research results of ‘The Garden that Sees, Smells and Hears’

River Summer Camp Stuttgart 2024

Open Call for Avans students to apply for River Summer Camp in Stuttgart this summer!

Shared Vision seminar march 2024

Alternative practices in the economy of solidarity with Sepp Eckenhaussen at ‘Shared Visions’ seminar in Serbia

Mycelium Jewellery Set

Unveiling the Future of Eco-conscious Jewellery at the ‘For Love of the World’ Studium Generale of TU Delft

Workshop Miraculous Futures

We are hiring a Professor Biodesign and More-Than-Human Perspectives.

PUNCH. X it is part of an ensemble

PUNCH. X it is part of an ensemble at De Pont museum

Culture is not an Industry

Booklaunch of “Culture is not an Industry” by Justin O’Connor

Sensory connections – co-creatie sessie in Kunsthal Rotterdam

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