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De School will stay open longer and live to see another summer. We are happy to say that there will be at least another four seasons to enjoy in our building.

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Volledig programma
08.05.2020 Club | We spoke to Lara and Estela, about home cooking and some tips and tricks to give us all a fresh wave of inspiration.
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17.04.2020 Club | "With all our favourite places closed, it seems like the beautiful parks and nature in and around Amsterdam gets more appreciation than ever before. And even while not able to fully enjoy it, spring is in full swing outside; colourful flowers and pollen allergies included."
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HIGHLIGHT
Thoughts on this spring in and around De School.
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06.03.2020 Club | Our March weekender starts tonight and both JASSS and CEM play twice. Besides their own sets on Sunday, they'll be closing off our basement together tonight. In fact, the full weekender was build around this radio show where JASSS and CEM play together. So, we wanted to hear more about what makes them such a great duo in (and outside of) the booth.
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04.03.2020 Club | We caught up with DJ Plead in advance of his set: covering underappreciated DJs, poorly thought-out closing tracks and kitchen storage units.
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19.02.2020 Gallery | Going in to the final weekends of Regeneration, we sat down with curator Josephine de Fijter to hear more about the process of selecting and discovering artists, and her vision behind the exhibition.
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14.02.2020 Club | "I believe there is so much value in appealing to this rather unique sense of childlike play: a rarity in our modern lives. The sun rises, everyone is in a squishy pile around the room. Time to enjoy the unique grace of levity and meditative mindfulness!"
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13.02.2020 Club | What's happening in and around De School in March.
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06.02.2020 Club | "Each one of my pieces is an exploration of a new experience for me, which is what experimentation is all about. After 10 years of making pop music and then dance music, I felt it necessary to let everyone know where my roots are. I struggle with being boxed in as one kind of artist or another and sometimes I have to assert the fact that genre classification is not only unnecessary when it comes to art, but is actually a damaging colonial practice (vague but perhaps more on that in the future)."
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