After spending four years as director of New York University's graduate creative writing program and many more teaching at various writing programs around the U.S., Writers Studio founder Philip Schultz was convinced of two things: 1) you could teach people to write and 2) there had to be a better way. Thus the Writers Studio was born. Over the past 28 years, the school has honed its unique approach to teaching the craft of writing.
A two-day symposium hosted by Niels van Doorn and Ellen Rutten (UvA), in cooperation with the Digital Emotions research collective (UvA), the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA) & the Amsterdam Center for Globalization Studies (ACGS).
The founder of our Amsterdam branch, Nancy Matsunaga, came up with an exciting selection of fiction and poetry for your listening pleasure. Reading for you this coming Sunday will be: Claudia Calori, Michael Stolt, Philip Doucet, Sandrine Huijgen, Susan J. Nassuna, Suzanne van der Klip, Manuel Simoes, & Christina Frei.
Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art is proud to present Bit Rot by artist and novelist Douglas Coupland. Bit Rot is Coupland’s very first large-scale solo exhibition in Europe and will be on view from 11 September 2015 until 3 January 2016. The exhibition presents Coupland’s ‘mindscape’, combining his own work with loans from his personal collection, as well as material stemming from his recent residency at the Google Cultural Institute in Paris. An eponymous paperback collection of new and existing short stories and essays written and compiled by the artist will accompany the exhibition. More info...
The BoardKitchen will interview author Martha Nussbaum on Friday the 12th of November at Campus Den Haag.
Orange Tea's Annual Fundraiser event featuring wacky and wonderful short plays, pop-up events and performances, live music, a peep show and more!