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Call for Participants to CANactions' first Spring School "Borders are for Crossing"!
Netherlands Architecture News - Jan 9, 2019 - 03:40 721 views
Post graduate students from all over the world with a background in urban studies such as Architecture, Urban Design and Planning, Architectural History, Sociology, Anthropology, Political and Cultural Studies, Arts and Media, and other related fields are invited to apply.
The Spring School ‘Borders are for Crossing’ is an eight-day program organized by the Independent School for the City and CANactions School, exploring how the intra-European transfer of people, ideas, goods and finances effects spatial, social, economic and political conditions in a western city. Together with an international group of participants and a multidisciplinary team of tutors and lecturers, you will research manifestations of migration and develop stories, strategies and actions for an urban renewal area in the City of Rotterdam: Oud and Nieuw Mathenesse, former workers and harbour areas between Rotterdam and Schiedam.
Uit Je Eigen Stad', Urban farm and restaurant on a former railway yard in Nieuw Mathenesse, Rotterdam. Image © Jan Sluijter
Organizers: CANactions School (UA / NL), The Independent School for the City (NL)
Dates: March 18—25, 2019
Location: The Independent School for the City (Rotterdam, NL)
Course Directors: Mirjam Niemeyer (CANactions School), Vladyslav Tyminskyi (CANactions School), Michelle Provoost (Independent School for the City), Mike Emmerik (Independent School for the City)
Participants: Up to 30 Master-students and graduates from the fields of Architecture, Urban Design and Planning, Architecture History, Sociology, Anthropology, Political and Cultural Studies, Arts and Media, and other related fields. Minimum of 15 participants required.
Fee: € 500, including field trips, lectures, study materials and bike rental. *Travel to the Netherlands, accommodation and cost of living are not included.
Application deadline: February 4th, 2019 (23:59 CET)
For detailed information, please click here.
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