Contact Protocol for Students
In accordance to the crew’s division of tasks and with respect to everyone’s workload and time invested to DAI, please find below who to (not) contact when and for what.
1. EMERGENCY, CRISIS ON LOCATION
First responder on location:
Decision making, when a crisis plan is (urgently) needed on location:
The ArtEZ crisis team (at the Headquarters in Arnhem, the Netherlands):
Marieke de Boer: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. ABSENCE STUDENTS
In case of expected absence (of one or more days):
Please ALWAYS write ONE e-mail to ALL five of us. We will then take care of informing your tutors.
Jacq van der Spek: email@example.com
Rik Fernhout: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nikos Doulos: email@example.com
Florian Göttke: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriëlle Schleijpen: email@example.com.
Jacq needs to know about your absence as EARLY as possible, ahead of the actual DAI Week; beds and meals cannot be cancelled last minute.
If your absence is due to lingering (mental) health issues and is expected to extend beyond one missed DAI Week, we urge you to contact Nicoline Lodeweges, the Arnhem based student counsellor of ArtEZ.
Credit Points, Delays, Deferral, Recommendation & Funding Letters, Certificates, Exam regulations, Visa Regulations, Registration, liaising DAI with ArtEZ (Student Affairs, Quality Enhancement & Central Exam Committee):
ALL THINGS COOP:
ALL THINGS STUDENT LED:
Equipment Student Led:
Peter Sattler (with Nikos in cc)
ALL THINGS HOW TO DO THINGS WITH THEORY:
Curated line-up & invitation of guest respondents:
Planning Kitchen Coaching:
Prospective students or others wishing to attend a day of Kitchen presentations:
COUNCIL (DAI's consultative student body):
4. LIVING TOGETHER DURING DAI WEEKS
Food (allergies), sleep, travel, general well-being:
BED, BREAD & STUDENT, SOLIDARITY FUND:
Bread, Bed & Solidarity Student Fund co-ordination payments & refunds: Kastė Šeškevičiūte
Kastė Šeškevičiūte or Jacq van der Spek
ArtEZ & External Mental Coaching:
Personal Coaching at DAI:
* In-space is a supportive thinking space to reflect on issues around each student's 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.
In 2023 he is assisted by Gabriel Acevedo who will take care of practicalities and schedule all appointments.
*Once per academic year, following their Kitchen presentation, every student at the DAI is scheduled for a one-on-one meeting of one full hour with artistic director | head of program, Gabriëlle Schleijpen. Planning: Nikos Doulos. (If you need to share or discuss an urgent or sensitive issue of importance to your study and general wellbeing, you are most welcome to contact her and ask for an ad hoc additional (skype-)meeting, preferably to be scheduled in between two DAI Weeks.)
5. For web announcements: please send your materials to:
WORLD@dutchartinstitute.eu (exclusively to be used by students, alumni, tutors, partners & comrades!)
Automated group mail-announcements and invitations should go to: firstname.lastname@example.org