Starting this summer, NEMO will offer programmes for the public at the new Studio location on the adjacent Marineterrein.
This new addition to NEMO Science Museum will serve as a laboratory intended to conceive, test and implement new exhibitions and programmes in cooperation with our partners and the public. The set-up of the Studio is a perfect match for the innovative vibe at the Marineterrein, a place where organizations and researchers work together to find solutions to social challenges and to create a sustainable environment.
Future Food exhibition
Future Food, NEMO’s first exhibition in the Studio, is on from 10 July to 6 October 2019. Future Food introduces visitors to what your dinnerplate will look like in the future based on three possible scenarios. Wednesday evenings feature additional programming.
The Studio is open on Wednesdays from 10:00-22:00 and Thursday through Sunday from 9:30-17:30. The Studio is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Your NEMO ticket includes a visit to the Studio. If you only wish to see the Future Food exhibition, buy your ticket here. The exhibition is aimed primarily at adults.
A circular building
Circularity is central to the design of Studio. The offices are fully furnished with recycled items, the old emergency lighting is now used in a mosque, the modular ceilings were given a new life in offices and a school, the frames and the door have been sent to the Amsterdam University of the Arts, old gym equipment is now being used by Codam and BMA for outdoor fitness and the building boasts a 100% recyclable floor and pay-per-use lighting.
Location: the Marineterrein
The Studio can be found in building 027A, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 JA Amsterdam.