Catch Education

Catch offers interdisciplinary practise-based education activities within art, design, technology, maker-culture and entrepreneurship.

Christoffer from BETALAB presenting in front of landscape architecture students from University of Copenhagen as part of our collaborative educational programme “Urban Interventions”, 2018

Catch arranges multiple educational programmes, targeting students and practitioners at various levels, ranging from elementary school pupils to PhD students and professionals. Our educational programmes always focus on contemporary issues and apply a practise-based approach within art, design, technology, maker-culture and entrepreneurship.

Throughout the years, we have worked together with a broad range of institutions such as The IT University of Copenhagen, The Technical University of Denmark, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, Malmö University and Aalborg University, as well as local primary schools and high schools. 

In 2019, Catch joined the Feral Labs Network, a european network focused on connecting and organising camps and meet-ups across europe, all with a strong emphasis on process-based activities like peer learning, field work, research and co-creation. As part of this network, Catch is annually hosting a summer camp for academics and creatives in collaboration with other shifting partners.

Educational programmes


Summer Camp 2019

The summer camp welcomes master students, PhD-students, artists, professionals, makers and…

AI and Performing Arts

These days, artificial intelligence, AI, is on the lips of everyone – but what is AI actually, and…

Urban Intervention

Catch and Copenhagen University will collaborate through the course Urban Intervention Studio 2018:…

City Lights

Together with students from HTX (Higher Technical Examination) at ESNORD, Catch  developed…

Politics of the Machine

The PhD workshop contributed to and took place place prior to and after the international…

Summer Camp 2018

in August 2018, Catch, IDA, Open Entrepreneurship and DTU Fotonik hosted a learning programme that…