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Starting in December, De School will host a series of events and art interventions together with the Sandberg Institute, addressing club culture and late night parties together with their students, curated by Laure Jaffuel and Leila Arenou.

We'll be starting this series entitled Clubgenoten on December 8th with BLACK OUT - an event organised by Studio for Immediate Spaces and the Sandberg Institute together with Frédéric Post and Laure Jaffuel. For the occasion, 24 students of the Sandberg Institute will try to conceive and produce a public party without electricity within a one week workshop. 

On December 8, their findings will result in a actual party without electricity at Het Muzieklokaal, starting at 19.00. After this special night, where the students of the Sandberg Institute will challenge the boundaries of clubbing, they will intervene more regularly during our events to create art within our building and showcase their creations.

Entry for the kick off on December 8 is free. The entrance for this night will be located at the club entrance at the front of our building.

7:00 doors open with Free warm soup and grilled snack (all vegan)
7:30 – 8:00 Jazz by Zoltan Kisák & Dániel Meste
8:00 – 8:30 Guitar Solo by Finder of Things
8:30 – 8:45 Cello solo by Madara
8:45 – 9:15 Mellow exotic pop by Delage
9:15 – 9:45 Body rhythm by Kees de Haan
9:45 – 10:15 Techno Drum Ensemble by AndyVidal, Valentin Noiret & Nadjim Bigou 
10:15 – 10:30 Pole Dance and Clarinet by Pepper Metz & Ivan Cheng 
10:30 – 12:00 Voguing by Ibo Ventura & Gaby Vineyard with Techno Drum Ensemble

Very high tea, Ignas van Rijckevorsel, Orchid, Juliette Sijnja, Clement Carat, Aurelien Lepetit

Studio for Immediate Spaces, Naomi Credé, Samuel Kuhfuss Gustavsen , Liene Pavlovska, Niels Albers, Giedre Lisauskaite, Gauthier Chambry, Melissa Canez Sabus, Arie Defijter, Monica Mays, Nadjim Bigou, Kristoffer Zeimer, Aaro Murphy, Caroline Giessner, Shih Hung, Loui Meeuwissen, Frédéric Post and Laure Jaffuel
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