Workshop for the public about our public space ‘Nos’ Kòrsou?

Public workshop by Artists-in-residents Bart Stuart & Klaar van der Lippe

Invitation to the public workshop ‘Public Space’ conducted by Dutch artists Bart Stuart and Klaar van der Lippe.

Date: 12th till the 16th of October 2015.

The artists Bart & Klaar use the public space as their working space. They have extensive experience working in The Netherlands and abroad as well; particularly in Central and South America. Working with people is very essential for them. They believe in dialogue and dialogue turned into action. The topic of the workshop is “Our Place” and covers the sharing and appropriation of public spaces. Being together is essential for working and speaking together. How can public space contribute to the strengthening of the collective?

Although there is much talk about “Nos Kòrsou” (our Curaçao) there are few places where you can actually experience and celebrate community. What do we share in Curaçao? And what would we rather not? What is the best place or best way to come together? What is your ‘we’ and how do you find a place for it?

The afternoons begin and end with a common part. Then in small groups and under the guidance of Bart & Klaar you will work together, explore, design and learn from each other.

The program of the workshop is both theoretical and practical. Knowledge is applied immediately.

It is possible to sign up for a single day or the whole workshop. All participants are however expected on Monday the 5th to attend the introduction. 

drawing by Bart&Klaar

drawing by Bart&Klaar

To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong. – Joseph Chilton Pearce

Dates: October 12 – 16, 2015. 

The workshop hours are: every day from 2:30pm till 5:30pm. 

Walk in at 2:30pm, seminar starts 3pm sharp.

Be quick to sign up,  there is space for max. 10 persons besides the IBB students! Please sign up here by sending an email with subject ‘BartKlaar Seminar’

The full program will be on our website (

Read all about the artists at: 

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