CO.LABORATIONS | Partnerships in Media and Culture


Programma Co.Lab Carroussel op 30 juni 2017

Programma Co.Lab Carroussel op 30 juni 2017 tijdens MCW stafmiddag en eindfeest lokatie: diverse ruimten in Parnassos, Kruisstraat 201 Utrecht Op 30 juni 2017 organiseert Co.Laborations, het MCW expertisecentrum, tijdens de stafmiddag een dynamisch programma waarbij partnerschappen met organisaties in het media en cultuurveld centraal staan. Samen met enkele van onze partners bieden we tijdens…

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Symposium MCW & Sound and Vision: “Let’s Play Dutch Game History”, 18 Nov. 2016 in Hilversum

You are cordially invited to a symposium organized by the Utrecht University and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Beeld en Geluid) on the topic of the preservation of Dutch computer game history. We present you with a varied program and the opportunity to visit the game exhibition taking place at the Netherlands Institute…

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Collaboration with Cinekid Festival in Fall 2016

Cinekid Festival collaborates with MCW Expertise Centre by having BA students (MEC, CIW and TCS) produce short audio-visual interview items, as part of the course Practical Film and Media Culture. During the festival week, they interviewed several makers of international productions in film programming. Directors, producers, screenwriters and young actors are interviewed about their work and followed during their…

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Why Theatre XL! program: “Playful Participation” around the work of Rimini Protokoll, 10-11 November 2016

We are proud to welcome the renowned theatre collective Rimini Protokoll as guests of our new edition Why Theatre XL! Taking Rimini Protokoll’s artistic work as starting point, we will discuss the relation between theatre and games, the way ludic elements and structures can be deployed in theatre to engage the audience and to address…

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Join us for work-in-progress student presentations on digital heritage, 27 October 2016 15:00 – 17:00 Theater Kikker

On 27 October at 15:00 students in one of MCW’s Master’s programmes (New Media & Digital Culture) will publicly present the preliminary results of their quest to create engaging stories and interfaces that open up cartographic archives to a general audience. The event is developed in close association with the 2016 IMPAKT Festival, themed “authenticity”. Ten teams will briefly present their…

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