[artinfo] Hackers & Designers Summer Academy, Amsterdam

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Fri May 10 23:20:50 CEST 2019

Open call for participation: Hackers & Designers 
Summer Academy 2019 in Amsterdam
July 15-26, 2019

Submission deadline: June 1

NDSM-plein 127
1033 Amsterdam

HDSA2019: Coded Bodies
Interested in exploring the boundaries of 
existing technology, programming platforms, 
online/offline networks, user experiences? 
Thinking through making? Looking for new 
challenges and cross-disciplinary collaboration? 
Join the H&D Summer Academy 2019.

your motivation for joining the 5th edition of 
the Hackers & Designers Summer Academy Coded 
before June 1.

Coded Bodies
The 5th edition of the H&D Summer Academy focuses 
on topics relating to the (human, post-human, 
trans-human, non-human) body and its 
interdependence with technology. By creating 
shared moments of learning and unlearning, H&D 
invites participating makers to discuss topics 
related to ubiquitous computing, disappearance of 
interfaces, transhumanism, digitized bodies, 
biometric data, agency of user, representation 
and citizenshipŠ

The participation fee for the 2 week program is 
300,00 EUR (ex VAT), and includes access to all 
workshops, public programs, a collective welcome 
dinner and daily lunch catered by vegan magician 
Tara's keuken.

Bring Your Own Workshop (BYOW)*
The H&D Summer Academy aims to create space for 
experimentation, self-organisation, 
self-determined learning, and peer2peer exchange, 
while promoting "hands-on learning" to enable 
critical design and developer's practices. We 
therefore open the possibility for participants 
to contribute to the Summer Academy with a 

You can submit a workshop proposals before May 
15, 2019. See also, 
call for workshops.

*There is limited space for workshop 
contributions. We therefore will make a selection.

Hackers & Designers (H&D) is an Amsterdam-based 
non-profit and cross-disciplinary community of 
programmers, engineers, designers, and artists. 
H&D initiates coding and design workshops, 
putting forth experiments in (self-)education. 
H&D aims to challenge predetermined hierarchies 
in work relations and knowledge economies by 
proposing modes of self-initiation, hands-on 
inquiry, and collaboratively learning and 
unlearning about technology.

For any additional informations visit our 
or contact us at 
<mailto:info at hackersanddesigners.nl?subject=HDSA2019>info at hackersanddesigners.nl

The activities of Hackers & Designers are kindly 
supported by Stimuleringsfonds Creative 
Industries Fund NL.

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