Hip-hop is not only about moves, music, style and expressions. Hip-hop comes with its own way of thinking, behaving and living that is reflected in everything you do. Hip-hop has a history and culture that is inextricably linked to social issues and society as a whole. It is important to educate and share knowledge about this. To better understand the culture, but also your own identity. That is why we develop relevant programs with cultural leaders and ambassadors from our communities.


Check out these highlights of our diverse and multidisciplinary programs!

September 11, 2020

Beyond the Beat

Unveiling the hiphop culture in a wider context through a multi-disciplinary program. A collaboration with BIRD and The Notorious IBE. 


June - September 2019

Street Dreams: How HipHop took over Fashion

A collaboration with guest curator Lee Stuart and Kunsthal Rotterdam. An exhibition about hip-hop and its influence on fashion and lifestyle.

January 13, 2019

Powertalk Astrid Elburg

Astrid Elburg – known as consultant & coach at Elburg Consultancy –  supports corporations with the development of strategic, ethical and personal leadership. She gave a Powertalk on which techniques creatives can apply to reach their goals.


October 15, 2019

Powertalk Greg Tate & Rich Medina

Greg Tate is a musician, writer and black culture theorist. Rich Medina is a DJ, producer and lecturer.

The focus of the talk was stamina: How to build a durable practice in HipHop culture? How do we keep growing and continue to change the game while staying sane?