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Join us in Utrecht for FRIDAYS AT 7

So it’s time for a new thing, something that will possibly turn into a irregularly recurring get-together for friends of the studio. We’ve borrowed the name—FRIDAYS AT 7—from the drinks Urbanscale organizes in NYC. With permission, of course, as can be told from this exchange on Twitter:

So, the lowdown: this Friday, January 25, we’ll be at De Bastaard from 7pm onwards. Join us for a few drinks, some shop-talk or just to shoot the breeze. There’s a Facebook event too, if you’re into that kind of thing.

I should mention we’re well aware of the Global Game Jam happening the same weekend. Last year we were happily jamming along with Dutch friends in Berlin, this year various obligations prevent us from doing so again. All the more reason for a few beers, right?

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3 Comments

  1. Posted January 22, 2013 at 19:41 | Permalink

    Thanks, I’m delighted that you’re doing this. There’s a lot of juggling that goes into keeping it fresh and invigorating — I do a lot to maintain a good gender balance, ensure that it’s queer-friendly, and so on. We get architects and designers, artists and technologists, activists and policy people, and go to some effort to make sure that no one flavor of style or interest overwhelms the proceedings. But the most important thing is that we keep it a douche-free zone. People who try to hand out business cards or otherwise “network” are shown the door. FRIDAYS AT 7 is a platform for bright, interesting, inventive people to get drunk, talk shit and have fun. Good luck!

  2. Joost
    Posted January 23, 2013 at 09:16 | Permalink

    Sounds fun

  3. Kars
    Posted January 28, 2013 at 09:31 | Permalink

    Adam, how did I miss your comment the first time around? Thanks for dropping by and your suggestions on how to best approach things. I feel last Friday was largely douche-free—thank the lord—and we certainly had an interesting mix of people show up. So far its close friends of the studio, but I’m sure next time we throw one things will grow organically.