In-space is an online supportive collective thinking space to reflect on issues around your own and others’ experiences as a member of the DAI community. This is an organic process where all students can explore their concerns about race, gender, sexuality, mental health, culture and beyond.
In-space is confidentially guided by Wanderley Santos, who, by means of introduction, will be joining us (in real life) for a day during DAI Week 5 (March, 2023) at PAF.
Online sessions for individual students or small groups of students can be organised upon request. We are currently looking for a first year student appointment scheduler to coordinate the meetings.
In-space will not provide psycho-therapy.
In-space functions independently from the support structures provided by ArtEZ University of the Arts (see our Rights, Care & Support page).
In-space is not playing a role in the day to day design and politics of the DAI's program and curriculum, let alone the overriding structure of ArtEZ University of the Arts. If you would like to bring your institutional concerns or recommendations to the DAI both the General Assembly as well the Council are the proper bodies for that. At the level of ArtEZ there are also fora, such as the Partcipation Council.
That said: In-space might be able to help you cope with disappointment, anger and frustration and think through productive ways of adressing (the humans of) the institution.
Please return to this page for updates.
In-space in 2022 as well as in 2023, is funded through a special budget from the NPO, the National Education Program.