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Weird/Wonderful Street Fair – Workshop at ISEA’11 in Istanbul

Weird/Wonderful Street Fair – Workshop at ISEA’11 in Istanbul

September 19, 2011 10:33 am / Uncategorized / No comments

With the Weird/Wonderful Fair – the street workshop we are organising for ISEA’11 in Istanbul –  we want to direct our attention to openness, flow and co-creation. We invite the local residents of Istanbul to explore with us in a mixture of interactive workshop, intervention and collective art piece. The […]

 
Erasmus Projectweek: Ludieke Week

Erasmus Projectweek: Ludieke Week

May 12, 2011 1:56 pm / Uncategorized / No comments

  Description: Every year the Erasmus College organises ‘Ludieke Week’ or ‘Projectweek’ in May. Not the standard educational programme, but a creative or sportive schedule replaces the regular courses. Students have the chance to get acquainted with new fields and subject matters and get the chance to develop new skills. […]

 
Weird & Wonderful Mini Workshops

Weird & Wonderful Mini Workshops

May 3, 2011 2:50 pm / Uncategorized / No comments

Description: During the mid summer break the schools were closed. The sunny streets of Zoetermeer were packed with bargain hunters and people enjoying the good life. That’s why we organised guerilla workshops in the shopping areas of Zoetermeer. Several mini-workshop were developed and tested which attracted young kids between 5-11 […]

 
Erasmus Brainstorms

Erasmus Brainstorms

April 7, 2011 12:40 pm / Uncategorized / No comments

  Description: To explore the potential collaborations between Digital Art Lab and Erasmus College (and other secondary school in Zoetermeer), we organised a number of brainstorms. These brainstorms were 1 hour mini-workshops in video journalism and virtual theater. The sessions not only gave us insight in the target group of […]

 
Krokusvakantie

Krokusvakantie

March 4, 2011 5:10 pm / Uncategorized / No comments

  Description: In the Krokusvakantie (transl. spring break) the Digital Art Lab offered each day different workshops. Students from primary and secondary school would be free from school, and thus have enough spare time to kill. The Krokus programme had a day and evening programme. The day programme consisted of […]