Reflecting on contemporary concepts
The Glossary Project is a workshop in which we reflect on contemporary concepts that apply to your creative practice, organisation or project through creative methods.
The Glossary Project is offered as a course of three sessions, but it is also possible to come to a form and content specifically tailored to your needs.
The sessions can be offered in Dutch or English, online or on location.
Professionals in the arts and culture sector, alumni and students who want to develop further, and students from vocational schools (e.g. art academies).
Planning and procedure
Creative Humanities Academy
This course is offered by the Creative Humanities Academy. We offer customized postgraduate education for professionals in the cultural sector. You can think of lectures, workshops and courses or longer consultancy within projects. We also mediate on specific themes, issues and debates, always starting from the productive relationship between artistic practices and the full breadth of the humanities.
Our specialties are cultural theory, philosophy and (creative) methods. We work with cultural institutions and networks as well as individual creators and artistic leaders. In doing so, we have access to a broad network of scholars from Utrecht University’s Faculty of Humanities and their (inter)national collaborative partners and alumni.
“The glossary project helped me understand academic concepts which I wasn’t acquainted with at all. It truly opened my view on theory in a joyful way which counterbalanced my apprehension of academia.”
Neal Jordan, Master's student Critical Inquiry Lab, Design Academy Eindhoven
“Working through and with the glossary has been quite helpful in the framing of my research, as it allowed to frame different aspects into clear concepts through an associative and intuitive process. As such, it helped to make some quick informed steps with concepts that were unfamiliar at times, but that all have been delineated didactically and made thoroughly intelligible for both neophytes and, I believe, experts.”
STUDIO MAXIME BENVENUTO, Writer and Researcher