Library and archive SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain
The library and archive of SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain are open to the public each Tuesday. The library and archive can be visited at the new location, Frederik Roeskestraat 115-117, Amsterdam.
The archive contains information on approximately 1.000 art projects in the public space, co-realized and supported by Praktijkbureau Beeldende Kunst (PBK), SKOR and the government. The library provides 4.000 titles on the domain of art and public space.
Due to the ending of SKOR, the Gerrit Rietveld Academie took the library and the archive over in December 2012. LAPS, research institute for art and public space ensures the disclosure of the knowledge that is stored in this material, partly by making the library and archive public.
Visit: On request
Location: Frederik Roeskestraat 96, Amsterdam
Digital Helpdesk Art & Public Space
LAPS, research institute for art & public space offers via dhaps.org among others information on standard procedures, maintenance of existing projects and names and profiles of mediators from spring 2014. The goal of the digital helpdesk is to provide concrete information on all that goes on in the field of public space, but also wishes to facilitate the development of thoughts and new ideas through the network of all its participants. The digital helpdesk is partly open source: this means that information can be retrieved as well as supplied.
Presentation Digital Helpdesk Art & Public Space. Video and music by Hugo Rocci.
If you cannot find an answer to your question at the digital helpdesk, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (response within 2 business days).