Are you also slowly starting to realize after all these years that your high school days were some of the best ones in your life? Well, we’re afraid to say that those days are never coming back, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make up for all those skipped classes and indulge in your field of interest once more. After a successfull series in May and June, we'll be returning with Het Klaslokaal starting November 2 with classes about subjects such as architecture, film, video art and graphic design.
How does it work? Starting November 2, we’ll be inviting a guest teacher every Wednesday from 20:00 to 21:00 to teach in Het Klaslokaal for seven weeks in a row. You can buy tickets online in our ticketshop for €10. These tickets will give you entry to the desired class plus an delicious authentic bowl of ramen noodles in Café DS before or after the class. Our advice is to be rather quick, because each class has limited space.
ABOUT THE MUSIC STYLE ULTRA
The first sign that punk was on the decline near the end of the seventies, was the rise of the Ultra-movement in Amsterdam. Ultra is an abbreviation of Ultra-moderns and started in the end of the seventies at the young centre Oktopus, where courses in singing, instruments and sound engineering were taught. Influenced by no wave in New York, the Ultra-moderns looked at music with an open mind. Everything is possible in this genre of music, as the American industrial pioneer Z’EV proved by adding a chainsaw to his instrumentarium.
Schedule November 2 until December 14:
November 2 — Trends with Tessa Cramer — learning to predict and see trends
November 9 — Architecture with Barend Koolhaas & Jaap Evert Abrahamse — the architecture of De School and its surroundings
November 16 — Film with EYE — the art of the film
November 23 — Graphic design with Louis Reith — graphic design, the autonomous way
November 30 — Video art with Bart Rutten
December 7 — Creativity class with Lorenzo de Rita — how to stimulate creativity
December 14 — Music with Harold Schellinx — about the music style ‘ultra-modern’