Waag operates at the intersection of science, technology and the arts, focusing on technology as an instrument of social change, and guided by the values of fairness, openness and inclusivity.
- WaagProducts01-11-2018A fine two-page portrait of Eva Couwens and Bas van Abel of Fairphone in the Dutch newspaper Trouw.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab29-10-2018Tomo Kihara graduated on the use of 'smart' security cameras in the city. He developed a game that makes us aware of all that supervision.
- We learnCreative Learning Lab17-10-2018Waag together with the Drenthe Archive built the interactive installation Sigismund in 2006, now in use as an educational escape room.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab17-10-2018Socrates Schouten gives you five priorities in using digital technologies for social innovation.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab12-10-2018In Buitenveldert (Amsterdam) neighbours went out on the street and walked around their neighbourhood with the assistance of an app.
Next events at the Waag:
- 15NovWe makeOpen Design Lab26-08-2018Every Thursday, Fablab Amsterdam is open for the public. Come by for a tour through our Fablab, to get inspired and discover what a Fablab is.
- 15NovWe makeOpen Design Lab15-10-2018In this participatory lecture performance by Isabel Burr Raty displays the beauty bio-products that she manufactures with genital female fluids.
- 15NovWe learnFuture Heritage Lab08-10-2018During this workshop we like to learn from the experiences of participants that will contribute to the Co-creation Navigator tool.