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Editorial Design

MA DESIGN - June 2013
UP. HERE. NOW - The Work Shop
We don't think you need another solipsistic product. You already have a great deal of them. We think you want us to address issues begging for improvement. Here and now. We are looking for opportunities and urgencies that you may have. We'd love to assist you in connecting public causes with personal engagement. We can express the cultural symbolism of consumption, and help you appreciate its workings. We can support you in tackling the global complexities of production. Read more

MA Design
- The Work Shop
Location: Radboudhof 4th floor (Part of Call of the Mall)
Opening Friday June 21, 17.00
June 20-30, 2013

Within the parameters of studying, researching, and the act of creating, Communication Design students  invent new presentative and representative ways of installing their work. They question the dualism of working within a flexible collective program that at the same time includes all individual creative work and research. Read more

Curator Joke Robaard
Dates 28 June–1 July 2012
Hours Friday 10­–21, Saturday and Sunday 11–17.00
Opening: 28 June, 16–21.00
Location: HKU, Faculty of Visual Arts and Design, Ina Boudier-Bakkerlaan 50, Utrecht

Workshop Joke Robaard for Horizontal/Vertical

Show Me the Data 2012
Show me the data is an annual conference about data visualizations, developed by multidisciplinary students of the master New Media and Computer Science at the UvA and Editorial Design at the Utrecht Graduate School of Visual Art and Design (maHKU). Read more

When 29 March 2012, 15:00h – 19:00h
Where Oudemanhuispoort 4-6 F2.01C, Amsterdam
Guest speakers
Alberto Cairo, Bas Broekhuizen, Jan Willem Tulp

Counterinformation. Designing Database Transparency
This intervention presents the outcomes of a two-month workshop that investigates how designers can bring transparency to secrecy. By research and design, MaHKU students explore a hidden world of public-private cyber conflict and online surveillance.  Read more

Project by Kathrin Hero
Curator Metahaven (Daniel van der Velden, Femke Herregraaf, Vinca Kruk)
Location Square at Hamburgerstraat 28 (opposite Het Utrechts Archief)
Dates 24 June–3 July , 2011

Show me the Data 2011
A presentations of six multidisciplinary data visualization projects developed by Master students of the University of Amsterdam (Media Studies and Computer Science)  and the Utrecht Graduate School of Visual Art and Design. Read more

When Thursday, 19 May 2011, 14h30 – 19h00
Where Doelenzaal (C0.07), UvA Universiteits bibliotheek, Singel 421-427, 1012 WP Amsterdam
Entrance free

Graduation show
“Here I was surrounded by fashion and editorial and my so-called mates and I’ve never felt so inspired. Never in all my puff. Since I was on remand, they’ve had me on this program, this state sponsored addiction. Three sickly sweet doses of workshops a day instead of lectures. But it is never enough. I need to visit the MaHKU Exhibition for one hit. One final hit to get us over this long, hard year.” (After Trainspotting) Read more

Dates August 28 – September 12 2010
Location Academiegalerie, Minrebroederstraat 16, Utrecht
Open Wednesday-Saturday 12–17.00

Show me the Data 2010
Public presentations of nine multidisciplinary data visualization projects developed by Master students of University of Amsterdam and MaHKU, with special guest speakers.
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Thursday May 20, 2010 
Plantage Muidergracht 12 Amsterdam
room M1.01
13.00 - 18.30
free entrance

Workshop by Otto von Busch
In February 2010 students of the Editorial and Fashion Design pathways took part in a workshop "Fashion Proactionary" by Otto Von Busch. Von Busch is an artist, activist, fashion theorist and designer. He holds a PhD in critical fashion design from Göteborg University in Sweden. Read more

Graduation Show 2009
Graduation show 2008-2009 in the Dutch Design Centre / Pastoe Factory in Hoograven.
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Workshop Heineken
Heineken is a global beer company with a strong tradition in design. They asked MaHKU to organise a two day workshop for a special project of theirs. Read more