📚 Chalkboard drawing by Lotje Louwe Kooijmans // 11 – 17 April
A piece of chalk (or several), a black wall, and no restrictions. Visual artist and writer Lotje Louwe Kooijmans will transform our lobby chalkboard into something special. The result will be on display all week.
Last year, Tessel combined her personal experiences with existing feminist theory to create her debut ‘Dat Zou Jij Nooit Toelaten’. How do feminists transform hurt into theory or literature? What space do feminists create with their words? In this workshop you’ll learn how to transform your personal experiences into compelling feminist writing.
This workshop costs 30 euros per person. If you want to join this course or if you have further questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us for the book release of ‘Object-Oriented Identity’ by Zsofia Kollar. This book is a journey through objects and identities. It helps discover the unforeseeable directions in our product-oriented society, where one is no longer the sum of their actions, but the sum of their own objects. Expect a night with discussions on our object culture, sustainable fashion, and what the future holds for our communities and our environment.
Please RSVP via >>> https://bit.ly/object-oriented-identity
Meet the makers and peruse their wares at this celebration of DIY publishing and comic book culture. We encourage you to take part in the DIY spirit by putting together your own zines at the crafts table. One thing you’ll take away after coming to this event – anyone can make a beautiful book, and everyone has a great story to tell.
A read aloud in our cafe together with Educulture. Educulture is a unique bookstore for kids in Amsterdam East, known for its offer of diverse and inclusive books. Books that function as mirrors on which children can recognize themselves, and windows that allow them to get a glimpse into the world of others.