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2020
07
Jul
07/07/2020 – 31/12/2021
 

Het Nieuwe Instituut’s production location turns visitors into digital designers. In Long Live the Future! families design the world in the year 2520. And if you’re a designer of the future, anything is possible.

2020
16
Aug

What role could rituals take in designing a new society? Join us on 16 August at 2pm to explore this question, and the installation G/D THYSELF, with designer, researcher and musician Erik Peters.

2020
30
Aug
14:00 – 15:00
 

This week (30 August, 2pm), the Sunday Stroll is all about shapes, colours and music. Move through Het Nieuwe Instituut and, together with performer and artist Bas van der Kruk, and become inspired by design elements found in the exhibition Atelier Nelly and Theo van Doesburg

Past events

2020
14
Jun
11:00 – 11:45
Het Nieuwe Instituut Online

Designer, researcher and musician Erik Peters takes a digital detour to explore the design of the future. How do we represent ‘the future’ in the media, and what does speculative design look like?

2020
31
May
11:00 – 11:45
Het Nieuwe Institute Online

Performer, writer and artist Bas van der Kruk hosted the Sunday Scroll on 31 May on Facebook Live. This digital detour was an exploration of the design of identity.

2020
24
May

Artist and lawyer Shahaila Winklaar hosted this Sunday Scroll on 24 May 2020 on Facebook Live. This digital detour is an exploration of the theme of womanhood.

2020
10
May
11:00 – 11:45
 

Chef Asha Capella hosted the Sunday Scroll on 10 May on Facebook Live. This digital detour was an exploration of the design of food.

2020
03
May
11:00 – 11:45
 

‘Art-directucator’ Pia Canales hosted this week’s Sunday Scroll (3 May) on Facebook Live. This digital detour was an exploration of themes she has an expertise in: the world of memes. What are memes, what is their history and what is the origin of their recognizable design?

2020
26
Apr

Interaction designer Florian van Zandwijk hosted this week’s Sunday Scroll (26 April). He dove into the fascinating topic of surveillance in sport. What factors do designers take into account, and what kind of techniques do they use?

 

2020
19
Apr
14:00 – 15:00
 

Performer, writer and artist Bas van der Kruk hosted this week’s Sunday Scroll (19 April) on Facebook Live. His digital detour was focused on the hoodie and movement.

 

2020
12
Apr

‘Art-directucator’ Pia Canales hosted the Sunday Scroll on 12 April on Facebook Live. This digital detour was an exploration of themes in The Hoodie exhibition that speak to her as a designer. Her scroll will focus on the hoodie in subcultures.

2020
05
Apr

Artist Joëlle Hoogendoorn hosted the Sunday Scroll (5 April) on Facebook Live. This digital detour was an exploration of themes in The Hoodie exhibition that speak to her as a creator. Her scroll focused on the representation of the hoodie in visual art.

 

 

2020
29
Mar
14:00 – 15:00
 

Chef Asha Capella hosted the Sunday Scroll on 29 March 2020 on Facebook Live. This digital detour was an exploration of themes in The Hoodie exhibition that speak to her as a maker.

2020
22
Mar

Artist and lawyer Shahaila Winklaar hosts the second Sunday Scroll on Facebook Live. This digital detour is an exploration of themes in The Hoodie exhibition that speak to Shahaila as an artist and maker.

2020
15
Mar

Interaction designer Florian van Zandwijk hosted the first ever Sunday Scroll on Facebook Live. In this digital detour, we join Florian as he finds out more about The Hoodie. He goes into the hoodie and privacy, among other things. 

2019
24
Dec
24/12/2019 – 12/07/2020
 

Het Nieuwe Instituut's production location turns visitors into digital designers. In Make a Move (Bureau Nou & Herkauw) you design your own digital protest outfit. Plastic soup, bullies and melting polar caps: there’s plenty to take a stand against!

 

2019
22
Dec
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Het Nieuwe Instituut's exhibition(s) during a Sunday Stroll with Nevill Mitchell Martins. He will show you around from his perspective as a music enthusiast, futurist and community director.

2019
14
Dec
14/12/2019 – 31/05/2020
 

Discover The Hoodie exhibit in an online tour. The detour team of Het Nieuwe Instituut made this tour especially for families. They tell you about their favourite pieces in the exhibition, ask questions and discuss details that interest them.

2019
24
Nov
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Het Nieuwe Instituut's exhibition(s) during a Sunday Stroll with Pia Canales. She will show you around from her perspective as a professional observer and hyper-curious art lover.

2019
17
Nov
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Het Nieuwe Instituut's exhibition(s) during a Sunday Stroll with Pia Canales. She will show you around from her perspective as a professional observer and hyper-curious art lover.

2019
03
Nov
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Het Nieuwe Instituut's exhibition(s) during a Sunday Stroll with Bas van der Kruk. He will show you around from his perspective as a performer, writer and artist.

2019
27
Oct
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Het Nieuwe Instituut's exhibition(s) during a Sunday Stroll with Pia Canales. She will show you around from her perspective as a professional observer and hyper-curious art lover.

2019
13
Oct
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Het Nieuwe Instituut's exhibition(s) during a Sunday Stroll with Bas van der Kruk. He will show you around from his perspective as a performer, writer and artist.

2019
04
Aug
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Neuhaus during a Sunday Stroll with Sven Jansse. He will show you around the academy from his perspective as an architect, photographer and artist.

2019
21
Jul
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Neuhaus during a Sunday Stroll with Sven Jansse. He will show you around the academy from his perspective as an architect, photographer and artist.

2019
16
Jun
14:00 – 15:00
 

Discover Neuhaus during a Sunday Stroll with Sven Jansse. He will show you around the academy from his perspective as an architect, photographer and artist.

2019
21
Feb

Woodturner and designer Suzan Doornbos discovered the art of woodturning five years ago after reading the book ‘Om de vorm’ [On form] on the life and work of Maria van Kesteren. As an assistant to and under the mentorship of the now 85-year-old Maria van Kesteren, Suzan developed a style of her own. The hallmark of Suzan’s work is its simplicity of form, and a recurring theme of hers is serenity. She steers clear of ‘fussy’ types of wood and frills, and goes back to basics. By combining wood with other materials such as rubber, rope and metal, she aims to strengthen her forms and create timeless designs. In this workshop Suzan will share her fascination for circular forms and use her work to show how she comes up with her designs.

 

2019
07
Feb

As a teenager Diana Ritfeld was excited by the traditional Suriname headscarves that her grandma wore. These angisas are Surinamese cultural heritage; each form expresses a different message. The creative headscarves that Ritfeld wears and distributes are created without any pre-conceived plan and are artistic, free designs. Be just as spontaneous in creating your own headscarf with the help of Diana.

2019
24
Jan

The artist Jan Rothuizen worked on a huge mural inside Het Nieuwe Instituut. In the workshop ‘Draw Big’ you can join Jan for an expedition through the institute. He will encourage you to draw and write not only about what you see but above all about what you hear, feel and think on your journey. You then record all these experiences on a huge sheet! The final result: a collective ‘soft map’ of Het Nieuwe Instituut. This is a workshop for anyone who loves to draw or write, as well as those who like to mess about!

2019
10
Jan

The poet Dean Bowen is interested in the reproduction of memories, or what amounts to telling ourselves fictional stories. How much is fiction, and how can this fiction be deployed as a strategy to communicate about our inner world? Take part in an exercise in unoriginal writing with Dean Bowen in order to become dishonest, perhaps in a slightly more honest way.

2018
18
Oct
18/10/2018 – 10/03/2019
 

A finished design doesn’t appear by magic. It’s the result of exploration, play, and trying out different ideas. You could call it messing about. You’ll find lots of examples of this in all designers’ archives. 

2018
06
Sep

What if we could tackle both the world’s energy and food problems? What if we could harvest both electricity and food within one system using the power of the sun? Power Plant is the world’s first self-powering greenhouse, developed by solar designer Marjan van Aubel. In the Power Plant workshop, we will develop concepts in a short time and translate them into scale models.

2018
12
Jul

This workshop has been cancelled.

The architect Arna Mačkić is concerned with questions of collective identity in countries and cities, and in how architecture can play a mediatory role. In this workshop she introduces participants to her way of thinking, leading to a more inclusive approach to the design of public space.

2016
06
Nov

Children design a game in which technology can improve the body. They work with conductive ink, LEDs and a 3D printer, and learn how an electric circuit works. Inspired by the well-known game Dokter Bibber.

2016
30
Oct

Spend an afternoon making your own simple sports bra or triangle bra under the supervision of Esther Dekker. Experience in making lingerie is not necessary, but some experience using a sewing machine is required. During the lesson you learn how a bra is put together and which techniques are needed to do it.

2016
23
Oct

People today have no problem in using a telephone or tiny camera to capture everybody, including themselves (selfies), in all sorts of ways. That was a good deal more difficult in the past. A professional photographer takes children back to the roots of photography to build their own camera. 

2016
16
Oct

In this workshop children examine ways to improve sporting achievements. Under the supervision of Yuri Veerman, the maker of the interactive documentary 51 Sprints, children build their own super athlete. What do you need besides condition and determination to become a top athlete?

2016
02
Oct

Children design a game in which technology can improve the body. They work with conductive ink, LEDs and a 3D printer, and learn how an electric circuit works. Inspired by the well-known game Dokter Bibber.

Maureen Mooren & Rudy Guedj
Rudy Guedj
Jan Bijster
Laure van den Hout
Concrete Blossom

In compiling the education programme, we draw on the rich range of knowledge and information arising from the various research programmes, exhibition projects and related activities of the institute.