Facilities in the heart of Amsterdam
The Academy of Theater and Dance (ATD) is located in the heart of Amsterdam's dynamic center. The bachelor programs of the Academy for Theater and Dance are all housed in the building at Jodenbreestraat 3 in Amsterdam. The Academy's research and master's education, bundled in the DAS Graduate School, is located in Grootlab, Overhoeksplein 2 in Amsterdam-Noord.
The building at Jodenbreestraat 3 is also inhabited by the Service Bureau and the Executive Board of the Amsterdam University of the Arts.
The collection of our Library includes 15,500 play scripts, 15,000 books, 1,700 sheet music titles, 65 magazine subscriptions and 7,500 dvd's and videos.
Jodenbreestraat 3, Amsterdam (visiting address)
1001 MH Amsterdam (postal address)
Telephone: 020-527 7630
E-mai : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monday: 12.00 - 18.00 hrs
Tuesday: 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Wednesday: 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Thursday: 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Friday: 10.00 - 17.00 hrs
The Academy of Theatre and Dance has a student counsellor who assists students by word and deed.
He can be consulted on questions such as duration of study, merit grants and the many complications which go hand in hand with study financing. But of course problems can also be discussed confidentially with the student counsellor, who has an independent position within the Academy of Theatre and Dance.
The student counsellor is also available for candidate students. Contact through: email@example.com
Internationalisation is woven into the fabric of the Academy of Theatre and Dance. All of our study programmes boast a wealth of international connections and contacts, and our student body and teaching staff are just as international.
What’s more, our students often do their internship abroad and/or take part in international initiatives.
The ATD has just launched the ATD International Desk to give students and teachers information and guidance/coaching about international exchange programmes, internships and opportunities for grants.
The internationalisation coordinators at the ATD are María Inés Villasmil for the dance courses and Tom Willems for the theatre courses. As well as providing students and teachers with information and guidance/coaching, they will shortly begin to work on realising the international ambitions of the Academy of Theatre and Dance.
Concern for health and welfare is a crucial investment when it comes to improving the quality and extent of a professional podium career.
Students at the Academy of Theatre and Dance endure a high degree of physical and mental stress. It is essential therefore, that a student learns to adopt a responsible way of working. Moreover, the study programme and the future employer are co-responsible for a healthy environment, conducive to study and work.
Since the start of the 1990s, the Dance department of the Academy of Theatre and Dance has steadily developed a unique Health & Performance Programme.
As a student you can get in touch with the confidential advisers at the AHK. The confidential adviser is a first point of contact when identifying (sexual) intimidation, aggression and violence, bullying or discrimination.
For more information, see Confidential advisers at the AHK
IDlab is a laboratory and meeting place where students of different study programmes can discover how to work with new technology in the podium arts. IDlab offers a programme with interdisciplinary education projects, workshops and encounters in the form of a studium generale. IDlab also has established links with the FilmAacademy’s VRacademy and other academies.
The IDlab studio is located on the fifth floor. It boasts special facilities for interdisciplinary projects and allows experimentation with different applications, including 360 degree projection and augmented and virtual reality.
The IDlab atelier accommodates the technical staff and serves as meeting place for artists and students. The space is used for lessons, meetings, trial installations and assembly of equipment.
Erik Lint (firstname.lastname@example.org) is project leader at IDlab. In consultation with the study programmes, he develops research and education projects. He is currently negotiating a multi-year agreement with the film academy regarding the VRacademy.
The Wardrobe Studio of the Academy for Theatre and Dance has a very large collection of theatre and dance costumes.
All students of the ATD can use this for their school-related performances, presentations and projects. Students of the ATD can borrow costumes and get advice on the costuming of their performances. The Wardrobe Studio provides workshops and courses for various study programmes and offers scenography students the opportunity to create their costumes.
For final productions, the Wardrobe Studio provides, in consultation with the choreographer or director, the costuming - from design to final product.
The study programmes of the Academy for Theatre and Dance annually realise at least 400 different dance and theatre productions.
To make this possible, the academy has a fully equipped Danstheater, a Theaterzaal (type black box), a sound studio and twelve try-out studios, where the students can independently develop and present presentations.
The technology and facilities of these studios and the maintenance of the professional technical equipment is provided by an enthusiastic team of ten employees.
These professionals of the Theatre Technology Department give lessons in lighting, sound, etc. They also give advice, make designs for light and sound and support students creating their performances.
The Academy of Theatre and Dance Scenery Workshop (Decoratelier) gives supports to theatre and dance productions in the form of scenery and props. Some can be picked up from storage; others can be made in the workshop.
Materials already in storage are lent out free of charge. However, there is always a charge for sets and props made in the workshop.
The decor studio is not a decor construction company, but always works together with students for the students. The employees of the workshop provide assistance, have know-how, supervise and monitor the production process.