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<nettime> INVITATION 10th anniversary Waag Society
floor van spaendonck on Thu, 15 Jun 2006 23:29:50 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> INVITATION 10th anniversary Waag Society


Waag Bazaar
On the 21st of June it will be 10 years ago that Waag Society opened 
the doors of the Waag building that had been vacant for several years. 
A lot has happened since then. Waag Society evolved into an 
international acknowledged institution where technology is connected to 
social and cultural issues.

To celebrate our 10th anniversary there will be a Waag Bazaar on the 
21st of June with music, performances, installations, debates, art, and 
a number of our projects. The program starts at 1.00 PM and ends with a 
debate at 6.00 PM.

The program in the restaurant contains the Storytelling table, a 
Lock-picker workshop by Toools, Robot Mobi, The Robot Vodka Bar, 
Neighborhood Cinema, The Animation Table, Simuze performances, the 
ScratchWorx console with VJ/DJ workshops and more.

On the first floor a real Waag museum will be open for that day with 
projects from the past and the present:  storytelling activities, 
keyworx installation and connected experiments.

During the day several debates will take place in the Theatrum 
Anatomicum; topics range from the Nieuwmarkt neighborhood, Creative 
cities and the 'Ars Combinatoire'. All discussions will be in Dutch.

More info and the complete program on http://lustrum.waag.org .

We invite you all..

where: Waag building, Nieuwmarkt 4, 1012CR Amsterdam
when: 21st of June, 1.00 PM - 7.00 PM
stream: http://connect.waag.org


F. van Spaendonck | Waag Society | Nieuwmarkt 4 | 1012 CR Amsterdam | 
www.waag.org | +31-20-5579898




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