Events

Our public events are an important part of Waag's research process. We reflect on our projects and together with our partners we are actively seeking a dialogue with visitors.

  • 19
    Sep
    We make
    Open Wetlab
    On 19 September we organise a second workshop how to ferment your own food, a simple, healthy and energy-efficient technique!
  • 20
    Sep
    We code
    Commons Lab
    How do we create a world that is free, fair and alive? With keynote speakers David Bollier and Silke Helfrich.
  • 24
    Sep
    We make
    TextileLab
    Fabricademy is a transdisciplinary course that focuses on new technologies applied to the textile field. Applications are now open.
  • 26
    Sep
    We code
    Future Internet Lab
    Sander van der Waal of Waag's Future Internet Lab will host a session at My Data 2019 in Helsinki, Finland on 26 September.
  • 27
    Sep
    Waag
    Interface
    How to make a successful podcast? In this exclusive masterclass, Tim Howard will take you through the production process of Reply All's successful…
  • 17
    Oct
    Waag
    planet B
    The fourth meetup of planet B is dedicated to gentrification in Amsterdam and the work of Aesthetics of Exclusion.
  • 17
    Oct
    Waag
    Interface
    Find out how you can become capable of prototyping real-life solutions to future-proof access for all, in Livable and Inclusive Smart Cities of the…
  • 30
    Nov
    Waag
    Interface
    On 1 December 2019 Waag officially exists for 25 years, which we will celebrate starting 30 November from 3pm until 3am.
  • 15
    Jan
    We code
    Future Internet Lab
    On 15 January 2020, Waag and its partners will organise the annual lecture the State of the Internet for the second time.
  • 22
    Jan
    We make
    Open Design Lab
    The Fab Academy edition of 2020 will start in January 2020. Applications for 2020 cycle will start in September 2019.
  • 27
    Jan
    We make
    Open Wetlab
    Are you interested in biotechnology, but you don’t have a background in either biology or technology? Follow the BioHack Academy.