The government announced on the 14th of January that all culinary establishments will have to remain closed until further notice. Of course we were very eager to welcome you back, but it appears our re-meeting is going to be pushed back for a few more days.
Please keep an eye out on our social media channels and website for more updates, and hopefully we can bring you great news soon!
In the meantime: enjoy your first few weeks of the year!
January the 12th marked the last day of the exhibition The World As We Don’t Know It in the gallery space of @droog.
We thank all 20 international artists who shared their visions on the climate crisis. All of them pleaded for different relationships between humankind and the earth. Now that the exhibition has come to a close, this theme and the impact of their work will continue for many more years to come: Finding a more modest role for humans on this earth and a closer relationship between ecology and ethics.
As part of the program of the exhibition The World As We Don’t Know It, the Embassy of the North Sea and MUST cordially invite you to a participatory meeting about the Hollandse Kust West wind farm, one of the many wind farms that the Dutch government wants to build in the North Sea in the coming years. With a multidisciplinary team, the Embassy is working on radical perspectives on the underwater world in a wind farm. Their aim is to make an alternative entry for the tender ‘Windmill Park Hollandse Kust West’. The term for submitting to this tender (a project that is open to input from various parties) closes in April 2022. Your input during this participation event is highly appreciated and can still be processed!
Research team wind farm tender The team working on the wind farm tender consists of landscape architect Ziega van de Berg, sociologist Darko Lagunas, aquatic ecologist Maarten Erich, architect Bruno Vermeersch, advisor Susan Arts, Halima Tantawy, student of International Land and Water Management and Thijs Middeldorp from the Embassy. Based on the premise that the sea and marine life are independent entities, the team investigates and listens to the diverse human and more than human interests that play a role in wind farms.
The World As We Don’t Know it @droog This event is part of the programme of the exhibition The World as We Don’t Know It, which would have been on view until January 12, 2022 in the [email protected], but is now closed due to lockdown. In this exhibition, curated by Renny Ramakers, 20 international artists share their vision of the climate crisis. Landscape architect Ziega van den Berk participates on behalf of the Embassy of the North Sea with her project Doggerland, The Breeding Ground of the North Sea (2020). She proposes a design for a wind farm in which she takes existing landscape and marine life into account. From the scale of the entire Dogger landscape to that of the windmills, all design choices focus on fostering diverse and rich marine life.
Have you recently been to the restaurant? Then you probably spotted our staff sporting custom made @droog-tshirts!
On popular demand, we have now created a limited edition collection available for purchase. Unlike our white and navy versions, this edition will be for sale in the restaurant. It’s made from organic cotton and the white lettering covering the shoulders & back are screen printed by hand… Meaning each piece is one of a kind.
We have black short-sleeved and long-sleeved t-shirts available.
available sizes: S, M, L
We have limited stock available, so act fast. Only available for purchase in the [email protected] Ask our staff!
Good news… We updated our menus in the restaurant and are reintroducing our special breakfast menu. Swing by for a cup of coffee to wake up to, and kickstart your day with a freshly made breakfast. Whether you’re a sweet tooth in the morning, or prefer a savory dish – we have something you’ll fancy.
PS: did you know you are welcome to bring your laptop into the restaurant? We always welcome creative thinkers who like to do their work from an inspiring location packed with design. Come and co-work @droog
Weekdays from 8:30 – 17:00 Weekends from 11:00 – 17:00
@droog is een historisch pand in het centrum van Amsterdam. Droog raakte internationaal bekend als designlabel, maar vandaag de dag is @droog zowel een webshop en art gallery als een restaurant en evenementenlocatie. Een creatieve hub waar je naartoe kunt voor een inspirerend bezoek aan een tentoonstelling, een goede lunch of een zakelijke meeting. Dat alles uiteraard omringd door Dutch Design.
Februari 2021, specifieke startdag in overleg.
Minimale periode van 6 maanden
Functieomschrijving & werkzaamheden
Als marketing & communicatie stagiaire zorg jij ervoor dat alle @droog-kanalen up-to-date en geëngageerd blijven. Van de Instagram pagina beheren tot een spannende marketingcampagne uitzetten… Zo zullen je dagelijkse werkzaamheden bestaan uit onder andere:
Beheren van de Social media
Het produceren van social content
Je eigen marketingstrategieën opzetten en uitvoeren
Allround assisteren tijdens evenementen
Je bent klantvriendelijk,
Je werkt zelfstandig, en nauwkeurig,
Je bent creatief en vindt het leuk om foto en video content te maken voor socials
Je volgt een HBO-/ WO opleiding met studierichting; Marketing/Communicatie of een andere studie binnen marketing of business
Beheerst de Nederlandse en Engelse taal in woord en geschrift;
Ervaring met adobe programma’s is een pré
Je bent tech savvy
Je bent bij voorkeur woonachtig in Amsterdam of omgeving.
Je hebt affiniteit met design
En je bent voor circa 32/40 uur beschikbaar
Wat bieden wij
Je zult onderdeel uitmaken van een klein, creatief team.
Gratis toegang tot leuke evenementen
Een plek om je eigen stempel te zetten op de digitale omgeving @droog waar veel ruimte is voor eigen initiatief
Klinkt dit als een match en ben je enthousiast om ons creatieve team te komen versterken in het hart van Amsterdam? Stuur dan je CV en motivatie naar [email protected]
We’ve got some exciting news to share: we have a new, limited edition tote bag up for grabs at the restaurant! Are you visiting for a cup of coffee or inspiring gallery visit – and are you on the lookout for a fresh tote bag to carry your valuable belongings?
The [email protected] will be a stylish companion on your shoulder to help carry the weight.
Now available for purchase (limited edition) for €15,- in the restaurant. Feel free to ask our staff at the bar
Due to several IDFA events taking place in the [email protected], our restaurant will close earlier some days this week. Make sure to check out our opening times below before making your visit! Our apologies for the inconvenience.
The exhibition is open as usual from tue-sun from 12:00 – 18:00
Come mingle at the brand-new Sunday Afternoon sessions: music, drinks & [email protected]. Every Sunday from 15:00 PM, we’re hosting different musicians and invite them show us their magical tunes. From acoustic guitar to funky jazz – or even a DJ to set the mood. We want to protect our cultural sector and support our artist. So drop by, enjoy a good drink & bite while you take in the musical talents from all over the world at the [email protected]
Time: Starting Sunday the 28th, every Sunday afternoon from 15:00 Check out our schedule to stay up to date on artists & more information
Good toknow: We are obliged to ask your QR code upon entry. Please make sure to bring a valid ID
Due to the new corona measures, the [email protected] with May Nguyen will be postponed to Sunday afternoon the28th of November. All of those who already purchased a ticket have been notified through email.
This also means, we will release new tickets for Sunday the 28th of November. Keep an eye out on our social media & webshop for updates and new tickets.
If you missed out on getting a ticket: please keep an eye out on future editions of [email protected] – where we invite cookbook authors to come and tell us more about their work before we indulge into their cookbook menus.
There are many exciting things happening @droog the following weeks. Whether you want to join a culinary evening, movie night or acoustic brunch… We have interesting events lined up for everyone. Check it out below.
11th, 12th & 13th of November: Power To The Planet with Studio Zeitgeist
On Thursday evening, November 11, the programme Power to the Planet! of Studio Zeitgeist will kick off. A series of alternative revolutions will be presented by speakers including politician MEI LI VOS and artist TINKEBELL. Each of these revolutions has a new pattern of values: what is of value is valued again. It is time for a new social order and that requires new words, sounds and actions! It’s time for revolution. It’s time for ‘the world as we don’t know it!’
We @droog have been looking to bring you something special on a Sunday afternoon…and here it is! On Sunday the 14th of November, the talented US musician/singer-songwriter, Norman Vladimir will join us for a beautiful acoustic performance. So, sit down for a delicious lunch and enjoy his mesmerising performance
Wednesday the 17th of November: Das Mag Leesclub met Olga Ravn & Hanna Bervoets
Ga samen met Olga Ravn in gesprek over haar nieuwste roman: ‘Het personeel’. Dit 135 pagina’s tellend filosofisch juweeltje speelt zich af op een ruimteschip dat op vele lichtjaren van de aarde om een vreemde planeet cirkelt. We volgen de getuigenverklaringen van het menselijke en mensachtige personeel. Ze vertellen over hun werkzaamheden en de vreemde objecten in de ruimtes van het schip, over hun twijfels over elkaar en zichzelf.
SOLD OUT. Cookbook author Mai Nguyen is coming over @droog to showcase her most authentic and delicious Vietnamse family recipes. During this evening, we’ll take you through the wonders of the Vietnamese kitchen and introduce many different dishes to you.
On November 11, the program Power to the Planet! by Studio Zeitgeist will start. Participants in this program jointly design a series of alternative revolutions. Each of these revolutions has a new pattern of values: what is of value is valued again. Please join. It is time for a new social order and that requires new words, sounds and actions! It’s time for revolution. It’s time for “the world as we don’t know it!”
On Thursday evening, November 11, Studio Zeitgiest will put three revolutions in the spotlight with REVOLUTION RISING. Speakers include politician Mei Li Vos and artist Tinkebell.
On Friday 12 and Saturday 13 November, small teams in the REVOLUTION LAB will work on the words, ideas, sounds and actions of their own dreamed new order. You can sign up for a specific group with its own start time.
The alternative revolutions have a color and a thematic starting point. Its precise interpretation depends entirely on you as a revolutionary thinker and doer.
Thursday 11 November 2021 – 19:30 – 21:30 Revolution Rising
Join us for a film screening and behind-the-scenes artist talk with Lonnie van Brummelen, Siebren de Haan and Tolin Erwin Alexander.
Date: Saturday the 30th of October Time: from 17:00 – 19:00 hrs Price: €5 Ticketshere
About the Film
Stones Have Laws (Dee Sitonu a Weti) is an immersive initiation into the life of a Maroon community in the former Dutch colony of Suriname. Combining stories of African ancestral traditions and escaped slavery with enacted contemporary rituals, the film explores how the community’s powerful ties to the land have become endangered as industries threaten to devastate the region through deforestation and mining.
The project was initiated by Dutch artists Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan, and developed in collaboration with the Surinamese theater maker Tolin Erwin Alexander, himself Okanisi Maroon. The three of them closely involved the Maroon community in the development of the film, which was made using an experimental process of collective scripting. The result is a unique cinematic form that bridges filmmaking, poetry and theatre.
After the screening, the makers will tell their story of creating the film.
This event is part of the exhibition The World As We Don’t Know It, on view in the [email protected] In this exhibition, 20 international artists share their vision on the climate crisis. The exhibition is on show until 12 January 2022.
Good news: the exhibition The World As We Don’t Know It is still on view in our gallery, by appointment only. To book a visit, please send an email to [email protected] with your preferred date and time.
Two people maximum per visit.
Up to and including Wednesday the 12th of January!
What if animals, plants and other living creatures had the same rights as humans, or if rivers and mountains could sue us for the pollution we cause? What if the needs of non-human life in the North Sea were gauged before erecting windmills there? Or if we listened to children who bluntly state that eating lamb is tantamount to slaughtering a baby?
Climate crisis In this exhibition, 20 international artists share their visions of the climate crisis. All of them plead for a different relationship between humankind and the earth, a different way of organising society. Two closely interwoven lines of thought form the leitmotif of the exhibition: a more modest role for humans on this earth and a closer relationship between ecology and ethics. ‘Let’s stop talking about a climate crisis; we should be talking about a crisis of humanity,’ says the Finnish artist Terike Haapoja.
“Let’s stop talking about the climate crisis: we need to talk about a crisis of humanity.”
– Terike Haapoja and Laura Gustafsson on the film Becoming