Catch Collective is a new co-working space at the Culture Yard and a workshop area in Hal 16.

The co-working space

The space welcomes projects related to art & technology. Free membership is awarded upon contributing 6 hours of work per month to creating activities in Catch or for the citizens of Elsinore. Members can contribute by teaching an open class, running a workshop, mentoring or whatever they are passionate about.

If you are interested, download the contract below and send your idea proposal to Majken Overgaard (mov03@helsingor.dk).

Catch Collective contract (in Danish): download

The Hal 16 workshop

The workshop, run by maker gurus from BETAlab, offers modern production facilities. We have a brand new CNC cutter, laser cutter, 3D printer and wood workshop facilities available. We are continuing to develop the facilities – you can expect to see the workshop grow throughout the year. Exciting!

We will be happy to teach you how to use the machines yourself, or we can produce the products for you. Contact Rasmus Nielsen for further information on email: rasmus@betalab.dk or via phone: +45 31135161.

Members
Below you can read about some of the current members and their projects. Existing members can search for more info here.

Sofie Edvard

sofie
Sofie Edvard holds a MA- degree in Fashion design from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Design and is working as assistant professor at the Sustainable Fashion department at Copenhagen School of design and technology.(…)

 

Jacob Tækker

Tækker works in the field of video and digital art, which deals with emotional states, the routine nature of existence, and human beings’ perceptions and incentives for dealing with it.(…)

 

Joel Illerhag

Joel Illerhag is a student at the Advanced Post Graduate Diploma project(solistlinjen) at the Rythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.(…)

 

Christoffer Vincent Westh Thon

Christoffer has a background from both the Technical University of Denmark and the IT University of Copenhagen. Christoffer is working on interdisciplinary projects…