Common in

Common in

Kunst en sociale transitie

Een gemeenschappelijke toekomst is mogelijk, gebaseerd op collectiviteit en zorgzaamheid. Om die mee te maken, hoef je alleen maar binnen te komen. 

Common In is een open manifestatie in Amsterdam op de intersectie van commons en kunst. Kunstenaars maken ruimte voor verandering en deelnemers maken mee. 

Art and social change

A common future is possible, based on collectivity and care. To experience it, all you have to do is come in.

Common In is an open manifestation in Amsterdam on the intersection of commons and art. Artists and designers create space for change and participants co-create.

Kunst en sociale transitie

Een gemeenschappelijke toekomst is mogelijk, gebaseerd op collectiviteit en zorgzaamheid. Om die mee te maken, hoef je alleen maar binnen te komen. 

Common In is een open manifestatie op de intersectie van commons en kunst. Kunstenaars maken ruimte voor verandering en deelnemers maken mee. 

Kom binnen!

Art and social change

A common future is possible, based on collectivity and care. To experience it, all you have to do is come in.

Common In is an open manifestation on the intersection of commons and art. Artists and designers create space for change and participants co-create.

Come on in!

Common in

Kunst en sociale transitie

Een gemeenschappelijke toekomst is mogelijk, gebaseerd op collectiviteit en zorgzaamheid. Om die mee te maken, hoef je alleen maar binnen te komen. 

Common In is een open manifestatie op de intersectie van commons en kunst. Kunstenaars maken ruimte voor verandering en deelnemers maken mee. 

Kom binnen!

Art and social change

A common future is possible, based on collectivity and care. To experience it, all you have to do is come in.

Common In is an open manifestation on the intersection of commons and art. Artists and designers create space for change and participants co-create.

Come on in!

How art and social initiatives can get along

A brief report of the event The Artist as Public Servant. Discarded Food as Commons on 9 June 2022

‘If we as artists can be of service to society, why don’t we?’ The opening line of Alina Lupu’s publication entitled Subtle schemes to derail funds but by no means structural solutions, which she will hand out later that evening. We are in the cozy sunlit ‘private room’ of De Verbroederij in North Amsterdam, just by the ferry berth Oostveer. Alina opens the event by introducing the speakers. Helen van der Bilt, founder of Helen’s Free Food Market, an anti-waste initiative that’s saving food while supporting less affluent families in the neighbourhood; Carla Kolner, a senior scientist and a researcher at Utrecht University and RIVM with a long experience in the Public Health and prevention in the Social Domain; and Elke Uitentuis, visual artists, mother and human rights activist at We Sell Reality, a collective of undocumented artists, among other initiatives.

Helen kicks off with a presentation explaining the HFFM basics...

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