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Long Live Arts conference 2015

workshop 21-5-2015.  . Health Care property . and. . Cultural. . Breeding. . Grounds. in Amsterdam. Hetti Willemse, . Public. are. a. , . Weesperstraat. 102, 1018 DN Amsterdam, . hettiwillemse.

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Long Live Arts conference 2015workshop 21-5-2015 Health Care property and Cultural Breeding Grounds in Amsterdam

Hetti Willemse,

Public

are

a

,

Weesperstraat

102, 1018 DN Amsterdam,

hettiwillemse

@

publicarea.nl

Jaap Choufour, gemeente Amsterdam,

j.schoufour

@

amsterdam.nl

Copyrright

: gemeente Amsterdam en

Publi

care

a

Slide2

Workshop overview1.Introduction Bureau Broedplaatsen Amsterdam en Publicarea

2.

Introduction

elderly

health care in Amsterdam

and

the Netherlands

3.

Aim

of cooperation

between

Bureau Broedplaatsen Amsterdam

and

Public

are

a

4. QuickScan

transformation

health care property

and

possibilities

cultural

breeding

grounds

in Amsterdam/

identification

pilots

5.

Questions

and

state of

affairs

in

other

cities

/

countriesSlide3

Jaap Schoufour (1961)Executive of Bureau BroedplaatsenMunicipality of AmsterdamThe creative city of Amsterdam

- high concentration of arts and culture

- diverse population

- tolerant, connected to the world, excellent education system

- dynamics: influx and retreat- drawback of popularity: rising prices for space- danger: accessibility of the city under pressure: exclusion of new space-seekers- new space-seekers: young, promising artists Slide4

Aim of breeding grounds policyOffering new, affordable spaces to artistsIn particular young, talented artist looking for new spaces At least 10.000 m2 per year of new breeding grounds, including studiosIn combination with other policies: improving neighborhoods, creative industries, health care, sustainability

Bureau

Broedplaatsen

Knowledge of and experience in real estate, construction, cultural governance

Network: world of real estate, corporations, municipality, artists, developersProcess management of transformation of real estateBank guarantees and financial supportSlide5
Slide6

Introduction Hetti WillemseHuman Geographer

Policy

and

leading positions in the broad area of health care Author, columnistFormer member of the city council of AmsterdamExecutive of

Public

areaSlide7

A “picture” of the care for the elderly in the Netherlands. Trends and policy

The new

elderly

/ the

old elderly/ ‘the’ elderly person does not existSeparation

of living – health care

People

longer

at home in

own

house

and

neighborhood

Decline of

amount of space in

nursing

and retirement homes Transformation of health care regulation: decentralisation to municipalities Transformation of health care fundingSlide8

Some statistics* 2.800.000 Dutch people are 65 or older

* 700.000 are 80 or

older

(in Amsterdam inhabitants older than 75 years old will

grow

from

40.000 to 62.000 in 2030)

* 129.000 Dutch

people

live in

nursing

and retirement homes

* There are approximately

2000 (large and small)

nursing

and retirement homes * About 350 homes will disappear because of changes in accessibility and finance/fundingSlide9

Impression of nursing homes

Reputation problem: ‘nobody wants’ + ignoring

the problems

(Health) care is not

a preference, it is a need; Living in nursing home: a ‘parallel universe’Vision of care corporations one-dimensional and

internally focused and tested

Little connection between nursing homes – neighborhood: narrow interpretation of the concept of neighborhood

Missing of a ‘vision’ on how care organizations can contribute to physical and mental well-being, the elderly, self-value, who you were and are

3 main problems for those seeking care

Loneliness, being bored

Unability

to go outside/exercise

Good foodSlide10

The idea: connecting the transformation of elderly care and the cultural breeding

grounds

policy

Why

? Spaces will become vacant/available

in

retirement

and

nursing

homes

Solves the three

problem areas (

loneliness

, no

exercise, food) Join the talent/ artisan expertise of youth and elderlySlide11

RESULT:Combine cultural breeding grounds with health care property(analogous to the high vacancy rates of offices).HOW?

Examining the public support through a

QuickScan

amongst elderly organisations in Amsterdam and amongst municipal artists’ commissions focusing on combining living and working spaceSlide12

From QuickScan 1: feasibilitySubstantive analysis of 60 current breeding grounds in Amsterdam regarding possible connections to elderly (care/nursing homes)

Studios, workshops, artists in residence (e.g.,

Transartists

, a non-profit organisation specializing in this area), exhibition space, sauna, concert hall, children’s theater, restaurant, kitchen and food, braai and barbecue, ICT creative starters, movies, dance, hobby areas, photography and darkroom, printing/screen-print, recording studio, fashion and master’s degree in tailoring, hair-dressing school, gardens, furniture makersSlide13

From QuickScan 2:No mobility and lack

of studio

space

(

for ‘young’ artists)and lack of living and working space for

elderly

people

in

need

of careSlide14

From Quickscan 3:Three substantive

aspects

to take up: Artists live and work (studios) in

relation

to

a

(

for

them) fitting

reciprocation with

the

eldery residents Old trades and other forms of industry and knowledge exchange with

residents

Offering

older

artists

fitting

alternative

living and

working

/

studio

spaceSlide15

Follow-up of the QuickScan Creating 2 pilots within the 5 health care

organizations

in Amsterdam

-

Establishing cooperation agreementsSlide16

Example of pilot in nursing home in Slotervaart, Westelijke tuinsteden AmsterdamStudios

Housing

and

working

space for elderly artists requiring care Garden

use

of the

other

general

areasSlide17

Questions?What is the state of affairs in other

cities

and countries?-Jaap Schoufour: j.schoufour@amsterdam.nlHetti Willemse: hettiwillemse@

publicarea.nl