Did you know education is changing every day? That is why this podcast is all about innovation and education in the future. Lotte van Diepen and Femke Kamstra talk to Karen Kamstra. A teacher who not only teaches children but also innovates education every day. She does this as the ICT coordinator of her school, […]Read more "Innovation and education in the future"
A famous quote goes as follows “My body is my journal and my tattoos are my story”. Well in this podcast We have decided to visit one the Netherlands oldest tattoos shops, located in Amsterdam, and interviewed one of their experienced artists known as Lucas Zwolinski to find out more about himself and how he […]Read more "Amsterdam tattooing"
How is it to be a passionate, young entrepreneur in the city of Amsterdam? We had a talk with Michelle De Bruijn at a small cafe in the center of Amsterdam. She told us about starting her business ‘Enable the Label’, her dreams for the future and what she thinks creativity is seen from an […]Read more "Being a young entrepreneur – a talk with Michelle De Bruijn"
In this podcast series we wanted to explore how craftsmanship and community work in our digital society and world. This time we are interviewing Michelle, one of very few glass artists in the Netherlands. Starting her first solo exhibition on the 30th of March this year in Kek, Beverwijk she was very excited to […]Read more "Glass art and scientific rules"
As an Interactive Artist and Interaction Designer, Klasien van de Zandschulp designs the way people interact with each other and their environment. Therefore she often uses mobile technology like augmented reality. Today, she explained us some of her latest (award winning) projects and shared her visions about the future of VR/AR as well as the […]Read more "Would you eat a cookie to unfriend someone?"
Today we are going to meet up with Rebecca Slee, a young upcoming photographer from Amsterdam who has lived and worked in New York for several months. She is very interested in the online and offline world and how these two come together. Also, she is the Visual Curator of Storytelling of Message In A […]Read more "Rebecca Slee about Two Worlds, One Society & Photography"
In this podcast series we wanted to explore how craftsmanship and community work in our digital society and world. This time we are interviewing Lennard, the founder of Studio Pansa, a ceramics makerspace in Amserdam Oost. Studio Pansa, which was partially crowdfunded and opened in May 2018, does not only provide pottery courses but […]Read more "“Dirty hands clear mind” at Studio Pansa"
How to reach the unreachable? By Sven Adamson & Dalla Coulibaly Millennials are an enigma for marketers but not for her. In this podcast, we sat at the table with the young creative filmmaker Dominique Gimberg. In her apartment in the center of Amsterdam, we discussed lgbtqi+ representation, the future, marketing, music videos, film funding […]Read more "“We want fast, flashy, in your face and over the top.” – Dominique Gimberg"
A true entrepreneur – Maurice Roethof Since our first day of the minor Global Trendwatching, we’ve been trying to find inspiring people working in the creative industry in Amsterdam. We stumbled upon Maurice, who’s more than busy. He studies Japanese, works at Apple and has two businesses. The Fest Club: an event organizing company, and […]Read more "Maurice Roethof – The Creative Industry #3"
The Knowledge Mile is my way of helping this environment – Maarten Since the first day of our minor Global Trendwatching we tried to find inspiring persons for our podcasts and this is when we found Maarten. He is one of the creators of The Knowledge Mile and he will tell everything about what this […]Read more "Maarten Terpstra – The Creative Industry #1"