A Theater show with Dutch comedian Patrick Nederkoorn
September 29 - Lieve Vrouw, Amersfoort
June. 15 - Besloten
Past shows (2021):
Mei. 26 - Theater aan de Parade (Den Bosch)
March 29 - Theater Bellevue (Amsterdam)
March 30 - Theater Bellevue (Amsterdam)
March 31 - Theater Bellevue (Amsterdam)
April 01 - Theater Bellevue (Amsterdam)
April 02 - Theater Bellevue (Amsterdam)
Oktober 20 - De Toegift (Texel)
Oktober 22 - De Toegift (Texel)
Oktober 24 - Tolhuistuin Warming up Festival (Amsterdam)
13-10-2021 - Noord Hollands Dagblad
04-08-2022 - Het Parool
05-08-2022 - Radio 1 - 1Vandaag
05-08-2022 - AvroTros - 1Vandaag
Patrick (left) and I during a walking show on Texel in June 2021. Photo John Zuidema.
For companies, non-academic institutions, schools, and more.
Public outreach can be an important tool to create awareness of for example climate related issues, and lead to larger public support for the related science that is required. Because public outreach can be fun and useful and is often required as a component for a scientific research proposal, public outreach is becoming a bigger part of scientists their jobs.
Arts and science collaborations provide one way to achieve public outreach. If you require a public outreach component in a proposal or want to have an alternative way to explain your scientific research to a more general crowd, my wife Malou Zuidema can help. She is an illustrator/teacher/artist who has a lot of experience collaborating with scientist to help translate their science into stop-motion animations or other forms of art. Check out her website for more information.
I like to take on the challenge to explain my science to an audience other than scientists. I've enjoyed doing this during 'open days' and my public Ph.D. presentation. This is something I enjoy doing, so please feel free to contact about science outreach opportunities.
Above is an example of an Arts and Science Outreach collaboration; a stop motion animation that explains how scientists measure the ocean using ARGO floats. Arts: Malou Zuidema. Science: Esmee van Wijk (CSIRO)