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Frontage design

The frontage clearly shows that Heesterveld is evolving. The mural on the frontage of Heesterveld will be finished in September 2013. Amsterdam Zuidoost lacks a strong identity for cultural organizations, and that is why Eva and her team decided on a visible change to the building itself, which would mark Heesterveld as a cultural hotspot: [&hellip…

Hip hop school

Hip-hop school Solid Ground Movement. From 2007 to 2009, Eva was the temporary business manager of Solid Ground Movement, the first hip-hop school and theatre workshop of Amsterdam focusing on quality, development, and hip-hop as an art form. It was started by Alida Dors and Bryan Druiventak, pioneers of the Dutch hip-hop culture and active [&hellip…

Cultural Program

The residents of Heesterveld contribute to the cultural programme of Heesterveld Creative Community, and organize debates, performances, exhibitions, and shows. These all take place in the communal space H75 and in the courtyard. They also organize events elsewhere in the city. Eva has made the renovation of H75 possible, has directed the organisation and content [&hellip…

Transformation basement units

Heesterveld continues to evolve. In 2014, the storage units in the basement, where drug dealing once took place, will be converted into eight business accommodations for, among others, a light designer, a piercing shop, and The Community Shop of Bijlmer Style, a local foundation aimed at discovering creative talent in Amsterdam Zuidoost. Music is an [&hellip…

Dazzleville

The temporary studio village Dazzleville arose on grounds of the NDSM Shipyard in 2003. It was built to house the artists during the renovation of the shipbuilding hall. Brightly coloured studios accommodated around 20 creatives. Once the renovation of the hall was complete, the Dazzleville residents moved into Kunststad and the village was demolished. Dazzlevile [&hellip…