The non-reading reading group: rethinking what it means to read

How do I read? How do you read? How do we read?

This playful workshop will explore the meaning of reading and different ways in which we do so. Together we will discuss how we pick a book and how aware we are of our reading patterns. Can we find new ways of reading? For this workshop, the non-reading reading group invites you to bring a book and read it differently.

We are looking forward to seeing you there, and don't forget to bring your book!

This event is free of charge. Reservation required via ticketlink.

About The group formerly known as Class of ‘18

(The group formerly known as) Class of ’18 is a peer-led education programme that is part of Studium Witte de With. Each year, a small group of students collaborate across academic and creative disciplines to bridge different fields of knowledge in higher education. Responding to the current exhibition programming of Witte de With, the participants develop events around core concerns, by and for students.

The group formerly known as Class of ’18 is composed by: Marjolijn van den Berg (Piet Zwart Institute), Sophie Mak-Schram (Leiden University), Giulia Notarpietro (Erasmus University College), Esther Schaminée (AKV | St. Joost Breda), Damiët Schneeweisz (Leiden University College), Szu-Yi Wang (Piet Zwart Institute), June Yu (KABK The Hague).

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