During one week in September, 58 graphic design students from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie have worked on climate change in this exhibition space. The students imagined themselves to be in the year 2393. From this year they looked back at our present time and reflected on the immense consequences of global warming: from mass migrations to the development of a CO2-consuming fungus.
We are organizing a Food Plat(e)form and you are invited. Why do we need this? Food is universal, it brings people together. When we meet, we meet at the canteen. We don’t only have to please the sight but also the taste, smell and touch. Food is about exalting the senses, spice up the meaning of design. Participation without commitment. Become informed and experiment. Let’s indulge in flavourful lectures and workshops.
Rietveld Graphic Design 2017 at the Stedelijk is a cross-section of the graphic design department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. For this exhibition, a selection was made of assignments carried out by graphic design students – from first-years to recent graduated – in 2017.
Gerrit Rietveld Academie annually presents SELECTED: an exhibition with work of exceptionally talented graduates. Participants of the exhibition have all been nominated during the Graduation Show for the annual ‘GRA Awards’ by an independent jury. This year's location will be Looiersgracht 60, where the exhibition will be held from 3-11 November 2017.
Are you considering applying, or just wondering what it’s like to study at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie? The OPEN DAY on Friday 26 January 2018 is the perfect moment to wander around our buildings and have a look at all departments, including the preparatory and part-time courses.
Studium Generale is an extensive transdisciplinary theory programme that addresses students and faculty at all departments of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. It regularly opens up to broader audiences. Studium Generale Rietveld Academie wants to show how art and design are linked with other domains (from the personal to the political, from the vernacular to the academic), how our ‘now' is linked wi…