28 August to 31 August 2016
Sustainability of project based cultural initiatives and actions in times of short term aims in the staccato society
Introduction by Steve Austen
Amsterdam, from Sun. August 28 (arrival) to Wed. August 31 (departure)
This course offers an introduction and a systematic managerial approach based on tested models and practices from business, sociology,, political science as well as history. This course is unique in providing the participants with a toolkit to improve their daily work and start a different way of looking at the sustainability of their project or organization.
26 August to 27 August 2016
Rembrandt’s Life and Work; New Insights
AMSU seminar series on Dutch art in the 17th Century
Amsterdam, Fri. August 26th - Sat. August 27th
The 2016 edition of the Amsterdam Summer University seminar series on Dutch art in the 17th Century, will take place at The Rembrandt House. Participants will receive a sneak preview of a new monography on Rembrandt's paintings by Prof. Volker Manuth of Radboud University Nijmegen. Erik Hinterding of Rijksmuseum Amsterdam will share insights on Rembrandt's prints, and specifically his use of Japanese paper, that played a role in a 2015 exhibition at the museum. Judith Noorman of the University of Amsterdam will do likewise for a 2016 exhibition on the study of the nude model in Rembrandt's time. Participants will hear about the RemDoc project from Rudie van Leeuwen, and the installation of the pupils' atelier at the Rembrandt House from Curator Leonore van Sloten. Curator David de Witt will review the museum's research for and presentation of a major exhibition on Rembrandt's Late Pupils that took place in 2015.
22 August to 25 August 2016
Designing Cultural and Artistic Responses to the rapidly changing Political Realities in Europe
Amsterdam, August 22th to August 25th 2016
This course is postponed. New dates will be published on the website by September 2016.
A three day meeting on designing potential arts projects and the role of cultural interventions to encourage citizens, civic initiatives and building bridges in times of growing populism and community polarisation. A course of seminars, discussions, workshops and performance led by Simon Mundy and Steve Austen.
This programme refuels the ability of participants to respond to the political and social threats facing communities by discussing practical ways of working to change minds and attitudes. It will identify topics that bedevil contemporary societies and suggests ways in which they can be addressed through innovative lines of argument and cultural activity.
18 August to 21 August 2016
An introduction to Talent Coaching and Modes of Active Citizenship
NEW and INNOVATIVE!
Amsterdam, from Thu. August 18 (arrival) to Sun. August 21 (departure)
This two-days course offers an introduction to Talent Coaching. It focusses on the personality triangle (Van Zwieten 2010) in dealing with the development of competence, behavior, character, talent and motivation. This course is unique in offering an innovative component to coaching of talent: developing active citizenship in employees or clients (if you are already active as a coach). Socially involved and active citizens live richer lives, and have more reasons and opportunities to share and excel in their work. This leads to an exciting additional spectre of developing talents. Aspects of both physical, mental ànd socio-cultural development are included in the cases to be presented in this course.
8 August to 26 August 2016
Intensive Dutch Language Course
All levels. To be held at the Institute for Dutch Language Education (INTT), University of Amsterdam, located in the historic centre of Amsterdam.
The Institute for Dutch Language Education (INTT), Universiteit van Amsterdam and The Amsterdam-Maastricht Summer University present the 2016 season of the intensive Dutch language course.
This very succesful course, which each year is overbooked, will give applicants an serious and exiting professional experience in just a few weeks.
Working in smaller groups and with a proven methodology is part of the succes, a cultural program is included.
28 August to 28 August 2015
"Adriaen de Vries, trailblazer of the Baroque"
23 August to 29 August 2015
Dutch Art of the Golden Age: Tradition and Innovation
Explore the Rijksmuseum, the RKD (Netherlands Institute for Art History), as well as research facilities and tools in various museums in Amsterdam, The Hague and Haarlem. Organised in cooperation with the Rijksmuseum, the RKD and CODART.
18 August to 22 August 2013
The Philosophy of Walter Benjamin
The Amsterdam summer programme on Walter Benjamin aims to address the philosophical basis of his writings. It is organised in cooperation with the Faculty of Philosophy, VU University, Amsterdam and the Jewish Adult Education Centre ‘Crescas', Amstelveen.
11 August to 18 August 2013
Digital Audio and Video in Language Teaching (lang 3)
In this intensive course participants will acquire specific knowledge about Internet applications and resources relevant for foreign language teaching. It will help them create language materials that they can use in their classroom practice.
30 June to 7 July 2013
Effective Use Of Web-Based Applications In Task Based Language Teaching (lang 2)
To be held at the Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende, Bruges, Belgium. In this intensive course participants will acquire specific knowledge about Web 2.0 applications and resources relevant for foreign language teaching. It will help them create language materials that they can use in their classroom practice.
3 January to 20 January 2012
Intensive Dutch Language Winter Course for Absolute Beginners and Beginners
The AMSU and the INTT of the University of Amsterdam present a winter course for those who have no knowledge or a limited knowledge of the Dutch language and who are not studying or planning to study at the UvA.
23 August to 1 September 2011
THE IMPACT of OIL. Historical painting techniques in early Netherlandish Painting
In association with the Impact of Oil project (NWO, University of Utrecht and Amsterdam), University of Amsterdam (Conservation and restoration of cultural heritage), and the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
The aim of this intensive 10-day course is to introduce the participants to the technical properties of 15th and early 16th century oil paintings on panel from the Northern Netherlands through a series of lectures, excursions and workshops.
14 August to 25 August 2011
Made in the Netherlands. Art from the 15th and 16th Centuries
In association with the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the RKD (Netherlands Institute for Art History) and CODART (Curators of Dutch and Flemish Art), The Hague.
The aim of this course is to give an in-depth introduction to the study of Netherlandish art of the 15th and 16th centuries with a focus on paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture.
3 July to 29 July 2011
Molecular Pathways in Cancer Initiation, Maintenance and Therapy (medic 1)
A course part of the 22nd Amsterdam International Medical Summer School (AIMSS) of the Academic Medical Center University of Amsterdam organised in cooperation with the Amsterdam Maastricht Summer University (AMSU).
4 July to 16 July 2010
Nursing International Summer School: Care Connects (Medic 4)
A course part of The 21st Amsterdam International Medical Summer School (AIMSS) of the Academic Medical Center University of Amsterdam.