Kindred projects

Hidden Curriculum/ In Search of the Missing Lessons
Two young women wander through the spaces of a school – the corridor, canteen, staircase, library – towards the street, and public transport. They walk backwards, indifferent to people around them. What happens when all protocols are challenged or reversed? Utrecht based artist Annette Krauss is an Artist in Residence at the Whitechapel Gallery. Using performance and film as tools, she explores the transformative potential of learning. Her project “In Search of the Missing Lessons” pursues an interest in radical education and pedagogy.
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PAIAP
PAIAP is a project by Héctor García-Jorquera (MA in Contemporary Performative Arts, Göteborg Universitet). It is his Master Thesis but also the beginning of a new platform. The vision is to create a platform where artists and professionals from other fields can meet and reflect critically on the role of Performance Art.
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SACRE
SACRE is an open cross-disciplinary network that creates new relations and collaborations between artists, cultural institutions and research environments within the fields of Art, Culture, the Humanities and Social studies. SACRE’s manifest is that art and artists can inspire society to find new ways for human life to unfold.

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SHINE
SHINE for girls is an after-school programme that is based on the theory of kinesthetic learning. It is founded by Kirin Sinha, former professional dancer and MIT in Theoretical Mathematics and Electrical Engineering/Computer Science with a minor in Music. The mission of SHINE is to improve girls’ math scores and spark their interest in mathematics through a method of formal dance training integrated with math instruction.

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Laboratoriet
Laboratoriet is a centre for practical artistic research for performing arts professionals. Laboratoriet began in 2005 and is used by artists from theatre, performance, dance and cross-over genres involving for example visual arts, music or digital art.

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Anne Bamford
Anne Bamford is Professor at the University of the Arts London and Director of the International Research Agency. She has explored the impact of the arts in education internationally and has done several studies for UNESCO. In 2006 she published her book The Wow Factor – a global research compendium on the impact of the arts in education.

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