Tag: Ampere

Antwerp Modern Art Museum Holds Extensive Rave Exhibition

In collaboration with club Ampere, Antwerp’s Museum of Modern Art will host “Energy Flash,” an exhibition dedicated to rave culture of the 80s and 90s. Going down from 17 June – 25 September the exhibition aims to “social, political, economic and technological conditions” that allowed rave to flourish across the European continent. It will feature a variety of installations, graphics, and videos that examine rave culture as a “as a highly politicised phenomenon”. The exhibitions primary argument is that: “rave culture was inhibited due to its ambiguous place outside of neoliberal ideology, existing largely autonomous of both market and the state ... Read more

Event Production With The Pros At “How I Work”

“How I Work”, invites industry names to an intimate setting, where question and answer sessions are given to learn more about their experiences, responsibilities, and roles within the scene. The series goal is one of education, aiming to teach youngsters, as well as provide the inside track and tips, coming from some of the biggest names in the business. Past speakers have included Olaf Boswijk (Trouw Amsterdam), Renaat Vandepapeliere (R&S records), Olivier Ramoudt (Fuse brussels), Thomas Van Orshaegen (Beatswitch), Mike Huckaby (Ableton), Rieks Bakker (Octopus Agents), and spacid (kozzmozz). See also: Urban Creativity & Cultural Sustainability At New Antwerp Club ... Read more

Urban Creativity & Cultural Sustainability At New Antwerp Club Ampere

Yesterday, the train tracks leading to Antwerp’s Central Station, included the announcement of a new creative event space in the heart of the city, Ampere.  With sustainability, culture, and mutual respect as the pillars of its philosophy, the multi format space will purvey responsible and educational entertainment to the city, region, and continent with welcome.  Opening in mid-May with (13 May), a student and youth event, where organizations are invited to learn about Ampere and on 15 May with French techno legend Laurent Garnier. “Our examples are trendy clubs like Trouw in Amsterdam or the Panorama Bar Berghain in Berlin. We do not just offer the wide ... Read more