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Designing Playful Museum Exhibitions

In February of this year I went over to Reinwardt Academy to work with exhibition direction students. I was invited by Mario Jellema to share my perspective on the role of play and playfulness in museums. I enjoy talking to students, but I like working hands-on with them even more. So we turned the session […]

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Looking back on playful Tweetakt 2011

I’ve just uploaded a set of photos taken at the opening of the playful Tweetakt 2011 exhibition. As you may recall, I was asked to curate an interactive addition to this youth theatre festival. The works I selected are in my opinion all wonderful examples of the way play can lead to performance. Each was […]

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Making cultural events more playful

These are sketches from a presentation that I delivered a while back to a room full of organizers of cultural events and creative agencies from Utrecht. This was the culmination of a study commissioned by the city of Utrecht, in which we looked at ways of adding playful elements to the programs of some of […]

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You’ll find us at Kunstgras 2010

On Wednesday 2 June you’ll find me at Kunstgras 2010; an event where creative entrepreneurs from the Utrecht area and beyond meet and exchange ideas. The We Love Creatief Utrecht book, which includes an interview myself, will be presented there as well. (Many thanks to Karel Millenaar of FourceLabs for making that happen.) It’s not often that […]

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