In light of our 30 years of existing, we would like to invite you to come over and experience the archiving process with us, as well as a tour of Casco, and hear many stories of our vast history, every Wednesday, 7 October to 11 November from 17:00 till 19:00. If you are interested, please make an appointment via email@example.com
The publication about the commoning process of the Terwijde farmhouse and the background of the Traveling Farm Museum of Forgotten Skills is now available for your reading.Affiliated study lines:: Center for Ecological (Un)learning (CEU)
As we arrive at the last chapter of our adaptive exhibition program Common Grounds: Story / Heritage, we return to the courtyard of our shared space in Utrecht. At the Abraham Dolehof we hear from a final character in the story, a voice previously hidden. Abraham’s Doolhof [Abraham’s Maze] by curator and writer Laura Herman and writer and dramatist Maarten Mertens is a story delivered in the form of a dialogue between the Dolehof, the courtyard, and a clever wanderer, who helps the Dolehof discover a sense of itself. The courtyard is not only an (un)common ground, but also a maze in which different realities collide.
For the final chapter of Common Grounds: Story / Heritage we turn to reflect upon the story itself with a newly commissioned text by Laura Herman and Maarten Mertens.
In collaboration with The Outsiders and our artist-farmers Merel Zwarts and Sun Chang, the Travelling Farm Museum of Forgotten Skills (TFM) begins its regular tours in Leidsche Rijn, at 14:00, every weekend from 4 July onwards, departing from its current depot next door to the Terwijde Farmhouse!
To join the tour Saturday, 4 July or Sunday, 5 July, please let us know in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org – bookings are necessary in light of the pandemic – and importantly come along with a bike to the current depot of the TFM, Ella Fitzgeraldplein 4, 3543 EP Utrecht. Tours will be led by the Museum team with a guest appearance from Historische Vereniging Vleuten De Meern Haarzuilens.Affiliated study lines:: Center for Ecological (Un)learning (CEU)
We are excited to launch Traveling Farm Museum its digital depot, composed by TFM artist-farmers Merel Zwarts and Sun Chang in close cooperation with the Public Engagement initiative at the Department of Media and Culture Studies at Utrecht University, led by Corelia Baibarac.Affiliated study lines:: Center for Ecological (Un)learning (CEU)
Positive advice for Casco in light of our subsidies regarding Cultuurnota 2021-2024 “Kunst kleurt de stad’’ by Gemeente Utrecht and for our trans-European collective “Culture for Resilience’’ by the European Union.