[rohrpost] Fwd: MyCreativity Sweatshop Program!

Krystian Woznicki kw at berlinergazette.de
Mit Sep 17 11:16:53 CEST 2014

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Subject: MyCreativity Sweatshop Program!
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 10:50:21 +0200
From: seb olma <sebolma at xs4all.nl>
To: Sebastian Olma <sebolma at xs4all.nl>

Dear friends and colleagues,

I’d like to kindly ask you to spread this through your networks!

Thank you very much,


A reality check on the creative industries
Talks, Discussions, Art, Workshops, Performances
20-21 November 2014

The Institute of Network Cultures presents MYCREATIVITY SWEATSHOP, an
international symposium where artists, scholars and activists critically
probe the conditions of creative production in today’s economy. Two days of
panels, performances, discussions and workshops/sweatshops will open a
space to focus on the consequences of global creative industries policy, to
discuss alternatives and to develop new paths for both survival and

*Speakers:* Pek van Andel | Zach Blas | Florian Cramer | Sigrid Dyekjaer |
Mark Fisher | Pascal Gielen | Joke Hermes | Robert Hewison | Marijke
Hoogenboom | Pieter van Huystee | Rob van Kranenburg | Sven Lutticken |
Frank Rieger | Sarah Sharma | Josie Slater | Bruce Sterling | Maria

*Workshops & Performances: *DIY 3D Design | Dictator Chips | Parasitic
Organising | Masterclass Serendipity | SMartNL | Political Co-working |
First Aid Failed Projects

*Topics: *Creative Production after the Creative industries  - Documentary
Film: Pitching, Digitization and Authorship - Artistic Autonomy and its
Future -  My Creativity, Your Depression  -  The Internet of Things - From
the Creative City to the Smart City

More information, tickets and updates on the program:
MyCreativity Sweatshop – 20-21 November 2014
Tickets are € 20,- (regular) and € 10,- (student discount) per day.

MyCreativity Sweatshop is an initiative of the Institute of Network
Cultures, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, CREATE-IT, Center of Expertise, Arts in
Society Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and the Netherlands Organisation for
Scientific Research