Education and workshops

Welcome to a space for experimentation, research, development, failure and collaboration.

Within this space, we invite all thinkers, makers, listeners, creators and destroyers to join us in our quest to seek, show and debate what’s next. We aim to facilitate learning in the fields of createch, empowering our community with new skills. We have two workshops on offer for companies and school groups, at a time and date that suits you. Please get in touch to book your group workshop!

Group Workshops

Slow Looking

The Slow Looking Workshop is an exercise to slow down the ways in which we look at the world around us and how this practice can support deep learning across subject matters.

In this workshop, you explore a single artwork through a series of guided activities, including close looking, careful listening, creative writing – and drawing. Connect your findings to bigger systems and integrate the concept into your own learning and innovation process. This workshop is set up to empower anyone to take the time to look slow in a world of fast information.

– Introduction
– Museum exhibition visit – explore connection to the 10 large scale new media artworks in the current exhibition: ‘Life in a Different Resolution’ and Realtime
– Workshop Slow Looking 6 steps at one specific installation in the current exhibition.

– Slow down: to observe the world carefully
Encounter the concepts of close looking and careful listening
Explore how you fit into bigger (social) constructs like school, sports, or work
– Share: Exchange stories about people, place, and identity
Learn how to collect and tell stories in a meaningful way
Get to know different communication models and modes of interaction
– Reflect: on how your own live connects to bigger human stories
Learn more about themes and technologies that you use every day – and how to read them
Gain new insights into your everyday lives, communities, and identities – on- and offline

– Max 30 participants per workshop
– Programme of 2h 45
– This workshop is for students of all ages (different set up for under 12 years old)

– Elementary schools & Highschools:  130€ + 25€/per person
– Students: 130€ + 28€/per person
– Companies: 130€ + 39,75€/per person

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Filter Creation

We all know and use them: Augmented Reality Filters. In this workshop you will learn how to create your very own filter to tell your story in an AR environment.

Masks have a long tradition across various cultures and a shorter – yet impactful – tradition in the digital world. Throughout this 4 hour programme, we’ll give you the tools and you’ll craft your own AR filter-mask.

Get inspired by new media artists, get to know the ins and outs of using AR software, and relate your work to the installations in the museum. This workshop asks for your imagination and creativity whilst daring you to show off what it is that makes you – you.

To top it off, have the chance to showcase your AR creations in a Filter Creation Spotlight in Nxt Museum.

– Introduction Lecture on AR filters and masks used in social media, the arts, and various cultures, given by specialists in the field.
– Museum exhibition visit – explore connection to the 10 large scale new media artworks in the current exhibition: ‘Life in a Different Resolution’ and Realtime
– AR Filter creation workshop in “Lensstudio” (software)

– Software skills AR Filter creation using “Lensstudio”
– Critical reflection towards the usage of face filters and masks
– The history and theory of masking
– Creative expression using face filters
– The impact of new technologies on society and culture

–  Max 30 participants per workshop
– 4-hour programme (1/2-hour introduction, 1-hour Museum visit, 2 ½-hours workshop)
– Bring your own laptop

– Elementary schools & Highschools:  175€ + 40€/per person
– Students: 175€ + 43€/per person
– Companies: 200€ + 50€ /per person.

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For Business Leaders

Explore The Future with AIM AT ART

To gain insights into the future, exploring art can serve as a foundation for teams to bridge the gap between the present and what lies ahead.

Guided by AIM AT ART’s skilled consultants, teams are encouraged to broaden their perspectives. Thinking outside the box, seeing opportunities, and adopting fresh viewpoints.

– Rest & Collect: Get inspired by Nxt Museum’s progressive works of art
– Experiment & Play: Combine new insights and inspiration into future scenarios.
– Reflect & Create: Create impact from our insights and lessons learned. Finalise the outcomes in a creative way to visualise the future of your organisation

– Program of 4-6 hours at Nxt Museum Amsterdam
– Suitable for management and strategy teams of up to 15 people
– Program is tailored to the relevant themes within your organisation

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Customised Change with AIM AT ART

Sometimes, something has to happen to spark your energy, get you inspired and motivate you to take action. We believe in the power of art to have this effect. It breaks through your everyday thought patterns and creates space for new perspectives. And we ask the questions that count, too. The goal: a new mindset to facilitate sustainable change.

Led by AIM AT ART’s consultants, teams are stimulated to reflect and align on the questions facing your organisation, and aim for a distinctive change process.

– Discover & Design: How has your current organisation been shaped, and where do you want to go?
– Create & Commit: Creative brainstorm to establish ambitions and to master your own new story
– Engage & Act: How do you establish your new behaviour within the organisation, and how do you challenge yourself to continue innovating?

– 4 hour program at Nxt Museum
– For leadership teams of up to 35 people
– Program is tailored to the relevant themes within your organisation

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Our workshops:
Slow Looking
Filter Creation
Nxt Level Offsite*
Nxt Level Leaders*

Book a visit for your students via our school booking tool

Book a visit for your team via our group booking tool

*Workshop hosted by AimAtArt