workshop

A workshop is a type of interactive training where participants carry out a number of training activities rather than passively listen to a lecture or presentation. Broadly, two types of workshops exist: A general workshop is put on for a mixed audience, and a closed workshop is tailored towards meeting the training needs of a specific group.

 

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Larisa Blazic is a London-based artist, feminist hacker and educator. She is currently artist in residence at the DECODE project.

 

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How can design solve social issues? Contribute to improving life in refugee camps during this design workshop.

 

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On 16 May we will be fermenting food in a workshop: a simple, healthy and energy-efficient technique of food preservation.

 

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Inclusive programming workshop by ClojureBridge, teaching the Clojure programming language.

 

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How to measure nuclear radiation? Waag hosted a workshop on how to measure radiation with low-cost sensors.

 

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Paulien Melis of Care at Waag will give an introduction on MakeHealth at the event 'The OtherAbilities' held at Broedplaats Lely.

 

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Wondering how the Big Maakplaats weekend looked like? View the photo report of our workshops.

 

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WeMakeThe.City 2019 will take place over a seven day period from Monday 17 to Sunday 23 June.

 

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During this workshop, we will explore the role of the facilitator during the co-creation process. How much control can you give away?

 

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The Terra Fiction Lab at the Waag will focus on the narrative development of a new 21st-century eco-society.

 

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A 'Critical Making' panel session will be held during the international conference Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations (PHTR).

 

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25-05-2018

Waag Academy

In Waag Academy we combine our range of training courses, courses and workshops for organisations, companies or groups.

 

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Curious what you can do in a Fablab? In this workshop we experiment with DIY healthcare applications.

 

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Matérialités Futures is a course at EnsAD during which students will learn about biofabricating dyes and materials from TextileLab Amsterdam.

 

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As big corporations create new models of smartphones each year, many capable yet less desirable retired smartphones pile up. In this workshop we will work in small groups to think together on how to phonvert in various social contexts.

 

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During this half-day workshop, we will teach users how to work with Inkscape. We will draw a simple illustration to understand the basic tools that we might use to develop our designs.

 

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During this half-day workshop, we will dig into the advanced features of FreeCAD. We will 3D model a complex object and learn how to prepare a file to interact with machines.

 

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This two-day event brings together European Commission Urban Policy Officers, city-makers and innovators, city organisations, and other urban stakeholders from multiple cities across Europe, to discuss the development of an urban policy transformation lab.

 

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In this special Open Wetlab night we host a Chaos Theory Workshop by Erwin Hoogerwoord (participant BioHack Academy). The next technological revolution will probably not have perfectly rounded corners. It will be something that emerges from the chaos of life. In 1944 Erwin Schrödinger asked: “What is life?”, proposing that from simple systems can emerge complex things. In the eighties a new science emerged in the form of Chaos Theory. Answering some of Schrodingers questions through the power of mathematics.

 

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Ivonne Jansen-Dings (Waag’s open data project manager) will run Code for Europe training sessions in Finland from the 22nd to 24th of September on behalf of Waag and Code for the Netherlands (codefor.nl). These training sessions will be about making structural changes within governments, building (civic hacker) movements, and measuring impact.

 

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This half-day workshop will give an exhaustive introduction to the open source software FreeCAD. We will 3D model a simple object, in order to understand all the main functions of this very impressive program.

 

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During this half-day workshop, we will dig into the advanced features of FreeCAD. We will 3D model a complex object and learn how to prepare a file to interact with machines.

 

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During this half-day workshop, we will explore the basic features of Blender and how interact with a mesh 3D model.

 

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During this half-day workshop, we will explore the deepest and more interesting features of Inkscape, in order to develop more complex designs and how to deal with digital fabrication.

 

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A workshop related to the GRAGE project will be held in Macerata (Italy) on July 19th: "Creative Industries and Design as a catalyst for entrepreneurship and innovation. A focus on: Healthy Ageing, Care, Urban inclusion and regeneration, Energy and the Environment".

 

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In the DIY Antibiotica workshop series we prototype and test alternative strategies to counter the antibiotics crisis. After the first workshop “HUNT”, in which we explored the realm of antibiotics as a whole and analyzed the bellic semantics used, it is now time to zoom in a particular field of antibiotic research and grow our own antibiotics.

 

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During this half-day workshop, we will teach users how to work with Inkscape. We will draw a simple illustration to understand the basic tools that we might use to develop our designs.

 

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Antibiotic drugs save lives, but it’s a finite resource. We all have to think twice before we tap into it.

 

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Many of the pets we keep and sell at the Red Light Pet Shop have some surprising talents and uses. Some of our pets can even be used to make ink! During this workshop, we will work with three of our pets (Arthrobacter Agilis, Arthrobacter Polychromogens, and Janthinobacterium Lividum) to make our own bio-based ink in a variety of different colors.

 

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The next FEAT Workshop will be held at Ars Electronica Festival in Linz on September 8th 2016. It is open to the public and will not only provide great insight into the work done so far by the FEAT teams and art/science collaborations in general.

 

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Fablab Amsterdam organizes two workshops on the open-source 3D modeling compiler OpenSCAD. The first workshop introduces you OpenSCAD. OpenSCAD is a 2D and 3D modeling environment in which, with simple basic forms, complex drawings can be made. At the end of the workshop you will be able to create your own drawings in OpenSCAD.

 

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Fablab Amsterdam organizes two workshops on the open-source 3D modeling compiler OpenSCAD. During the second workshop, we will go deeper into the functionalities of OpenSCAD.

 

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Do you want to get feedback on your ideas and work from professionals from the broad field of fashion, technology and/or education? Do you want to meet and collaborate with fashion design students from other institutes? Are you the agent of change we are looking for? Waag and Mascha van Zijverden (ArtEZ) offer a round-table workshop for a small group selected 3rd and/or 4th year fashion design students coming from art schools across The Netherlands.

 

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6-02-2018

Picnic Brasil

Marleen Stikker will speak at PICNIC Brasil in Rio de Janeiro at the opening conference (3 November) and at the session 'Fair, Open and Inclusive'. The next day, she will give a Smart Citizens Lab workshop in the afternoon.

 

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Pieter van Boheemen will give a workshop 'DIYBiology: Hacking Living Material' at the EU Maker Faire on May 31st. Fablabs, makerspaces and hackspaces are entering the domain of biology, making the required expensive technology low-cost and accessible to non-scientists. Such DIY devices, often referred to as ‘hacks’, enable citizens, designers and artists to explore the possibilities of working with living materials. In this workshop we will hack a webcam into a microscope and use it to examine several biological materials including your own DNA.

 

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Together we will mark the launch of the OpenBCI, the first fully Open Source Brain Computer Interface and award team Lucid Dreaming, last year’s winners of the first Hack the Brain edition. This Do-It-Together Bio workshop offers an open stage to all OpenBCI developers that would like to show-off their skills and hacks. The evening features an open stage where you get 10 minutes to demo your OpenBCI application.

 

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Pieter van Boheemen and María Boto Ordóñez of our open Wetlab will give a workshop 'How to make a biobook', on making bio paper and ink with bacteria at the Medialab Prado in Madrid, Spain. The workshop is aimed at children between 8 and 12 years old. The workshop was earlier succesfully held in Amsterdam during a Do It Together Bio session at the Waag.

 

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Waag developer and designer Douwe-Sjoerd Boschman and Janine Huizenga from The Creative Cooperative are leading a three-day workshop in Yerevan, Armenia for the UNDP programme Make the Future.

 

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A team of developers and designers from Waag, existing of Douwe-Sjoerd Boschman and Laurens Schuurkamp, together with Janine Huizenga from The Creative Cooperative are leading a three-day workshop at the in Tbilisi, Georgia.

 

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Saturday 21 June, artist Anna Dumitriu will lead a hands-on workshop around the theme of her "Romantic Disease" exhibition: the world of tuberculosis. During this edition of Do It Together Bio we work with possibly pathogenic bacteria and discuss the advances in clinical microbiology.

 

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Pieter van Boheemen (Open Wetlab) will participate in the Bio-Commons workshop during the Pixelache festival in Helsinki from 6 till 8 June 2014. Pixelache Helsinki 2014 will be an international 2-day trans-disciplinary event focusing on the theme of “The Commons”, including bio-, urban culture and knowledge commons topics.

 

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The Open Knowledge Festival 2014 will be a shared, immersive experience - you can learn, listen, brainstorm, make, hack, watch and explore. This year, these conversations will be based around three narrative streams; Knowledge, Tools and Society. The workshop 'Code a Difference' will explore how ‘fellowships’ can contribute to solving civic challenges and creating a sustainable innovation ecosystem within cities.

 

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On June 16th, the ePSI Platform will host a special workshop in Aalborg, Denmark, dedicated to the reuse of geo-related data. Organised as part of the wider INSPIRE Conference, the ePSI platform workshop will bring together key industry players to demonstrate the impact of PSI reuse in their fields.

 

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Urushi is a natural resin from the Urushi tree, and used as a special resin as well as a lacquer since 9000 years in Japan. Wood finish from Urushi is of the highest possible quality and hi-gloss we have seen so far. Thousands of years ago, the typical Buddha statues among others were built with a wooden construction and a special Urushi mix as a resin.

 

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Waag developers and designers Douwe-Sjoerd Boschman, Laurens Schuurkamp and Janine Huizenga from The Creative Cooperative are leading a three-day workshop at the ICE Fab Lab Cairo in Egypt for the UNDP programme Make the Future. This is the second in in the series of workshops in the programme, finding solutions for local problems.

 

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The International Day of Happiness is celebrated throughout the world on 20 March.

 

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What if there is a power failure, or you are biking in the middle nowhere and you have to charge your cell phone? We have the perfect and simple DIY hack for you.

 

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It is held every four years, each time under a different name: a unique Dutch hacker camp. This year's edition is called SHA (Still Hacking Anyway) and is taking place in Flevoland (Zeewolde). With'TSJA2017: Technopolitics Village' Waag participates in the programme.

 

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At Waag we don’t encounter with architects that often. So the chance to visit REsite festival in Prague that discusses the future of the city with architects on stage, in the crowd and even future architects in the organization was a great opportunity.

 

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Algae are the organisms of the future! Useful as pigment for the currently still polluting textile industry, as biofuel and additionally, also an important food source! It’s time to take action! Come build an algae reactor and and contribute to a better world.

 

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Test It Yourself. Try out our new workshop formats with us in De Waag. Dutch spoken.

 

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Test It Yourself. Try out our new workshop formats with us in De Waag.

 

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During this workshop on 29 May 2017, you will discover what kind of pigments are secluded in algae and how they can be isolated.

 

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On Friday 11 November, parents, pupils, teachers, school leaders and data experts gathered in small groups to search for connections and stories in publicly available data for education in The Netherlands. The same night, developers started to work on the best idea to make a visualisation or a concept for an application.

 

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We will give a workshop Crytokids at the Central Library of Amsterdam. This workshop will be in Dutch.

 

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During this workshop 'De Groene Vrouw', author of the book ‘The Poop Doctor: Baking it Brown’, will discuss how to best take care of the bacteria in your body.

 

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Are you're curious about how bacteria can make an excellent sous chef, come get busy in the kitchen during our Superfood Cooking workshop at the Pet Shop Food Bar.

 

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Want to harvest your own homegrown algae from a DIY micro-algae reactor? During the “hack your (super)food” workshop, you'll learn how to build a micro-algae reactor, how to inspect your crop, and how to process the algae as “superfood” to supplement your diet.

 

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We went looking for bacteria in the red light district of Amsterdam, to map microbes in the area. An image report.

 

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From June 20th to 22nd, we held three Smart Citizens crash courses about measuring air, water quality and noise pollution at the temporary FabCity Campus in Amsterdam.

 

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Thousands of ants visited Waag on June 3rd, under the supervision of German artist, audiovisual naturalist and ant lover Kuai Shen.

 

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Over the course of five days, twenty eager participants from Rio became Smart Citizens. Pieter van Boheemen and Taco van Dijk from Waag teached them how to appropriate low-cost, open source technologies to make sense of their environment, helping them to care, share and act.

 

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In the context of the Design & City Conference, which will explore citizen-centered design approaches for the smart city, we invite you for an exciting workshop about using open source hardware and software to solve local problems. This a great chance to get acquainted with our newest initiative in the emerging field of smarts citizens. After our first two exiting editions of the Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab, we’re broadening our horizons to the international field.

 

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What can a large industrial multinational learn from a Fablab, that makes new digital technologies accessible for the public? Saint-Gobain came to the Waag last year, to experiment with other ways of thinking, working and making.

 

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If you are interested in mapmaking, join us for a hands-on hack night where we will create maps together. Maptime is hands-on, so don't forget to bring your laptop! All skill levels are welcome.

 

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Waag and the University of Stuttgart, two of the partners in the meSch project, have conducted a workshop at the OEB (the Online Educa Berlin) conference on December 2nd, 2015.

 

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Together with Waag, Internet Society Nederland organizes an evening about LoRaWan on 26 November 2015. LoRa is a new technology to connect devices on a long distance to the Internet. The LoRa-protocol (LoRaWAN: Long Range Wide Area Network) has especially been developed to meet the high demands of The Internet of Things. LoRaWAN is also very energy efficient. Objects are able to function up to three years on one battery charge.

 

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On September 14, Waag together with CodeUur starts the first programming course for primary school teachers.

 

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In two schools in The Netherlands, we examine semi-plug 'n play materials you can put to use in the classroom. Such materials contribute to knowledge construction rather than just knowledge transfer.

 

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On 24 June 2015, Frank Kresin (Research Director) of Waag will give a workshop during the event 'Making Sense of Society' at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, organized by the 'Living Lab for the Internet of Everything'.

 

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The artistic interest in life sciences is on the rise. However, the debate around genetic engineering for art remains undecided in The Netherlands. So I flew to Helsinki to join a group of biohackers in teaching genetic engineering to artists, “Rock & Roll” style.

 

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A HTML5/webapps workshop in the Waag with Dominique Hazael-Massieux, organised by ISOC in cooperation with W3C. For more information, please visit the Dutch version of this event page.

 

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On 22 January Pieter van Boheemen will give a workshop at the Open Wetlab of Waag for students of the Rietveld Academy titled 'In vitro materials'.

 

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Want to start your holiday break in a creative way? Create your own stuff with a life-sized knitting machine during the Winterfest of Jeugdland en Maakland.

 

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On 10 December 2014 the National Library congress takes place at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam. Marleen Stikker participates in the programme in the morning.

 

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In October 2014 we organized a two-day OpenKnit Machine workshop within the Crisp Smart Textile Services project in collaboration with TU/Eindhoven and Gerard Rubio.

 

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Making paper and ink with the aid of bacteria? Sure! The participants of the 12th Do It Together Bio workshop at the Waag were not scared away by the strange smells of the bacteria. On the contrary. In no-time most of them were stirring away in jars filled with cellulose and pigment producing bacteria. It was such a lot that the smell of it lingered for a couple of days!

 

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Marleen Stikker speaks at the congress ICToop Overijssel on 7 November in Hengelo, about the impact of IT on living, working and policy making in the province of Overijssel. Waag also organizes three workshops about citizen science, big data and crypto party.

 

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For the innovatieon-hubs project of the World Bank Frank Kresin went to Gran Concepción (Chili) where he helps develop new ideas, concepts, prototypes and services that help solve the real needs of the citizens.

 

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The European KiiCS Award on arts and science for innovation went to “Lab Easy: DIY Biology for the Bio-Curious” – a new educational concept, and to “Slave for Love” – an oxytocin detecting device.

 

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Two teams will build their own OpenKnit Machine with the help of Gerard Rubio, the developer of this open-source fabrication tool. He will demonstrate how to build the machine step-by-step. Do you want to make your own scarf or beanie? You can do that, too! During the workshop there will be a fully functioning OpenKnit Machine already assembled, so everyone can experiment with the software from the beginning.

 

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Textile plays, besides its industrial function, an important role in preserving cultural and social heritage and expresses lifestyles, geographical areas, history, traditions, values and symbols. Teachers and education professionals will play an important role in this project in the (re)introduction of 'forgotten' traditional techniques and new applications, such as the use of smart textiles and digital manufacturing.

 

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The whole Nieuwmarkt square will be transformed into a world of textiles. But, what makes it extra special?

 

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For the project WEAVE we will be taking over the Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdam for an entire day on the 5th of September. During the kids festival ZigZag, we will create a world with textiles together with child between 3 and 12 years old, Dutch artists and students.

 

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I feel enriched, more part of our world and a bit overwhelmed. Having had the opportunity to do the Make the Future workshops for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Georgia, Egypt and Armenia I look back at an intense two months.

 

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This is day one of our 'Make the Future' workshop in Cairo, Egypt and right from the start, everyone is hands-on busy warming up.

 

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A team of Waag travelled to Cairo, Egypt, to organize workshops in a series called 'Make the Future', commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

 

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25-04-2014

Make the Future

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Waag cooperated in the program 'Make the Future'.

 

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On Friday April 4th, an introduction workshop on traditional Urushi lacquer technique was organised at the Makers Guild / Fablab Amsterdam in collaboration with FabLab Kamakura (Japan) and with Dr. Kenji Toki (Japan) as lector.

 

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On Sunday March 30th, 2014 there was a special FabSchool Kids edition in de Waag. Mitch Altman, an American hacker and inventor, visited Holland this week. I got him so far that he would give one of his famous soldering workshops in the Fablab Amsterdam. Mitch Altman sells his own designed electronic kits, the rest of the time he can fill in with the things he likes most. His first wise lesson for the group of young participants marked his personal vision: "Try to make a living of what do you most love to do."

 

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At this event, we will investigate how you can protect your privacy. And how we can make informed choices about sharing personal information on the web.

 

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On Sunday 30 March 2014 we bring a very special Fabschool Kids: a soldering workshop with Mitch Altman!

 

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Running DNA tests, creating electricity with biologic materials or using muscle power to make sounds? Within three interactive workshops Waag showed youngsters between 14 and 17 years old what biotech is all about.

 

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Our fellow Maurizio Montalti has put the result online of three weeks of time-lapse recordings of a slime mold. It is remarkable to see the behaviour of this peculiar organism. The video is a result of the BioLogic workshop held at the Waag in January of this year.

 

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Marise Schot, concept developer at Waag, is one of the speakers at the Collegetour Care and Wellbeing on 15 March 2014 in Terneuzen.

 

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The Design Academy Eindhoven and Waag organized a workshop on 4 March, 2014 about Product Service Systems (PSS) design in the age of digital fabrication - Who's designing now? This workshop aimed to explore this area with examples from Japan and Europe/N-America, and discussions about how to understand these in a PSS context.

 

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On Saturday 15 February 2014 at the Melkweg in Amsterdam, a day for children was organized, called ‘Helemaal Melkweg’. Besides listening to music and watch movies, children could also come to a FabSchool workshop Bristlebots making by Waag.

 

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On 12 March 2014, a network event for self-employed media specialists will be organized at the Waag with an innovation workshop at Fablab Amsterdam.

 

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31-01-2014

CryptoKids #2

Hacking, cyber crime and privacy, these are the ingredients for the second 'Cryptoparty' for Dutch kids we are organizing together with computer experts — to explore safe ways to mail, write encrypted messages and hack each others computer!

 

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In four sessions (two workshops with patients, and two with professionals) on two locations (Enschede and Amsterdam), we conducted user research on which elements are playing an important role of trusted healthcare services.

 

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Online education has the future. But how to monitor students that are not physically present? During the fourth edition of Students in Motion the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences experimented with the largest virtual class in the world. Eighty coaches co-ordinated more than two thousand first year students with feedback and comments through an online connection.

 

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8-12-2013

CryptoKids #1

Hacking, cyber crime and privacy, these are the ingredients for the first 'Cryptoparty' for Dutch kids we are organizing together with computer experts — to explore safe ways to mail, write encrypted messages and hack each others computer!

 

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Experience 25 January 2014 what happens when living organisms grow on structures made of organic materials, intelligent slime molds colonize digitally printed designs.

 

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In de ZigZag kinderworkshop werken kinderen tussen de 6 en 9 jaar oud, samen met echte kunstenaars, aan leuke opdrachten in het Fablab in Amsterdam.

 

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This meeting on 4 november 2013 is a fourth in a Masterclass Net politics organized by Bits of Freedom, Waag, Netwerk Democratie, Open State Foundation and Kennisland.

 

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On Thursday 5 September we received about fifty employees of the design department of Philips, for a special Design day. During this day, they encountered Design for Happiness, socratic conversation techniques and co-creation.

 

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On Friday, the 2nd of August, we participated at OHM 2013 (Observe Hack Make 2013), with two different workshops. The challenge was not only to successfully present the workshops, but to intrigue participants from all around the world to observe, hack, make with us and interact with each other.

 

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Armed with dishwashing brushes and vibration motors we travelled South, to the Zomerparkfeest in Venlo. At four o'clock, we had 170 different robots made.

 

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Bits of Freedom, Waag, Netwerk Democratie, Open State Foundation and Kennisland organise a Masterclass Net Politics .

 

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The consortium partners of the meSch project came together in June for three days of sharing insights, building scenarios, and setting future goals. Within the project, we want to create a toolkit that facilitates curators and educators in creating adaptive and smart exhibits for their museum visitors.

 

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Discover the 3D printer: a machine that layer for layer prints your 3D design to create a 3D object in plastic (ABS). With a 3D printer you can create all kinds of objects, like a phone cover, toys, small items and household objects like vases... just too many to mention.

 

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Discover the 3D printer: a machine that layer for layer prints your 3D design to create a 3D object in plastic (ABS). With a 3D printer you can create all kinds of objects, like a phone cover, toys, small items and household objects like vases... just too many to mention.

 

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Waag and Red Light Radio bring you the best of the Red Light Disctrict!

 

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The birth of the personal computer, the graphical user interface, the World Wide Web and the 'Internet of Things' have launched our global society into the so-called “information age”.

 

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During the Cinegrid Workshop at Calit2 in San Diego (USA) on 12 December 2012, a spectacular demo was given of a virtual and remote film production. In a joint setup, realtime recordings at a filmset in Amsterdam were shown in both locations simultaneously.

 

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This time at Fabschool Kids we are going to make a flashlight that does not need any battery.

 

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Don’t throw out your old toothbrush just yet because you can make fun robots out of them. In the last edition of Fabschool Kids, the kids learned how to make their own Bristlebots.

 

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1-02-2013

KiiCS

KiiCS - Knowledge Incubation in Innovation and Creation for Science - was a three year European project gathering creative people, scientists and young adults.

 

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Forms of Today's Future is a program series about how we can map current power structures. In the 5-day workshop Behind the Scenes of the Internet we will examine the political, economic and social ideal to distribute power decentralized and horizontally.

 

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Forms of Today's Futures was a programme series about how we can map contemporary power structures in our society.

 

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Brainstorming, mind mapping and creative sessions; the Waag was for two days transformed in a “Risk free space to explore".

 

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After a successful tour across the Balkans and Berlin, Waag brings the International Summit of Cheap Laser Graphics to Amsterdam. During Museumnight we join forces to transform the Waag building in a gallery that offers accessible artwork for all. Beforehand, guys from the Summit host an exclusive infographic workshop for all the artists and designers involved in our pop-up gallery.

 

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On July 30th, 2012 we organised a workshop to gather new insights in people’s mobility needs. A group of Amsterdam’s inhabitants was invited to share their experiences and inspire us. Their input was used to define the requirements for meeting the user’s needs within the mobility domain. The workshop was meant to be able to extract the universal user’s needs and not to provide the complete picture of users’ experiences.

 

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Appsterdam @ Waag Open Space is een inspirerende avond voor app-ontwikkelaars en ontwerpers. Een avond om elkaar te ontmoeten, je netwerk uit te breiden en ideeën en kennis uit te wisselen. De co-host van deze avond is Apps for Amsterdam, de open data wedstrijd voor app-ontwikkelaars. Hun inbreng op de avond draait om Apps & business modellen: een thema dat nauw verwant is aan de focus van de contest dit jaar: duurzame ontwikkeling en implementatie van apps.

 

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8-03-2012

PICNIC Young

During PICNIC, Waag's Creative Learning Lab and Kennisnet together with several partners organized PICNIC YOUNG.