Thank you for being a part of Sonic Acts Academy 2018
Sonic Acts Academy 2018 has passed and we are immensely grateful to everyone involved in making it a success. In particular, we would like to thank all of you who committed time and energy, including the ever-inspiring community of artists and speakers who participated, our production support and technicians, our incredible crew, our bloggers, photographers and film crew, our invaluable team of volunteers, and of course all of you who came to attend.
We would also like to thank our generous funders and partner organisations: Paradiso, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Tolhuistuin, Dansmakers, EYE Filmmuseum, Rijksakademie, Creative Industries Fund NL, Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, Mondriaan Fund, Creative Europe programme of the European Union, Re-Imagine Europe, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Continuum, Interaction Design (ArtEZ, Arnhem), ArtScience Interfaculty (Royal Conservatoire & the Royal Academy for Fine Arts, The Hague), Centre for Research Architecture (Goldsmiths, University of London), Shadow Channel (Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam), Research School for Media Studies (Utrecht University), Beam Systems, WG theatertechniek, Indyvideo, Engage! TV, CJP, The Wire, Het Nieuwe Instituut, and Elevate Festival.
This year’s Sonic Acts Academy is one we certainly won’t forget, not least because it was documented by our excellent team of photographers and videographers, who were on hand to capture it all. You can view photo streams of each day of the Academy on our Facebook and Flickr pages.
If you attended the Academy, you can help us improve future editions by taking part in our online survey and sharing your thoughts and experiences. By completing the survey you can win one of two (2x) passe-partouts for next year’s Sonic Acts Festival.
We hope to welcome you again at one of our events in the near future. And don’t forget to save the date: next year’s Sonic Acts Festival – the 25th anniversary of Sonic Acts – takes place 21–24 February 2019!
Marija Bozinovska Jones at Sonic Acts Academy 2018. Photo by Pieter Kers.
Violence at Sonic Acts Academy 2018.
Photo by Pieter Kers.