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CCU Night Of The Prompts

💻 Put on your fancy night gown and bring a date to the Night of the Prompts Friday 28th!

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🥂 In this meet-up, we’ll dive deeper in the world of AI prompting. Join us to show your own prompting experiments, or witness those of others.

AIxD & CCU Meetup

How can we use AI tools in our practical day to day lives to connect with others? How can AI be used for creativity and collaboration? What are the accessible ways to use AI and data methods for social justice causes? What is data activism? How does one develop a playful approach to challenging existing power structures?

💻 Join for an evening of interactive experiments, lively discussions, and inspiring talks.
On November 17th AIxDesign community will join CCU to talk about various uses of AI, show their work-in-progress and offer fun activities to play with this technology.

ART MACHINES: Save the date!

Save the date! After a successful first edition in 2019, there will finally be a second ART MACHINES 7 to 11 December.

Art festival ART MACHINES presents a unique mix of experimental audio/visual art, talks, film and music at the intersection of art and technology. The festival brings together the history of media art with the avant-garde of digital culture.

💻 ART MACHINES is open from Wednesday 7 to Sunday 11 December
In addition to the exhibition, there is an interesting program every evening with workshops, talks, film and more. Save-the-date and enjoy last edition's aftermovie!



Cultivating a new relationship with nature 🌱

In the summer of 2022, out of the beautiful forest of Amelisweerd emerges the interactive exhibition GARDENING. Between its trees, ponds, and flowers hide artworks and sensory experiences, emphasizing the contrasts and parallels between nature and technology. Enter the mansion Oud Amelisweerd and wander around its estate to discover the symbiosis between the digital and the natural.   What does nature mean when we look at it through the eyes of an artificially intelligent system? What happens when we no longer focus on people and also give voices and rights to non-humans? GARDENING explores these questions by making our changing relationship with nature tangible through art and design.

We will gradually present the activities featured within the programme, unfolding like a flower, its buds reaching full growth. During the year you can expect meetups, talkshows, performances, tours, and more, leading up to the denouement that is the interactive exhibition.

GARDENING presents new artworks by:

  • Driessens & Verstappen (NL)
  • Theun Karelse & Sjef van Gaalen (NL)
  • Cream on Chrome (CH/DE/NL)
  • Raumklang (NL)
  • Otherwise Collective
  • Carolien Teunisse (NL)

- with more artists to be announced. Stay tuned to and @creativecodingutrecht to witness the upgrowth of the exhibition as the seasons pass by.
The exhibition is made possible by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie, Mondriaan Fonds, Pauwhof Fonds, Fentener van Vlissingenfonds, Niemeier Fonds, Carel Nengerman Fonds, and Stokroos Fonds.


Hacking the Beats of the Future (16+)

In the future music might be created by Artificial Intelligence. But until then we can already use code and algorithms to program beats!

👩‍💻 About This Course
During this course you will learn to create electronic music with computercode and algorithms! For this we use the programming environment Mercury. You will program the instructions and the computer will translate that to beats, drops, catchy melodies and more. You can adjust the code in real time while the music is playing and hear it change. Welcome to the world of Live Coding!

💻 What to Expect
At the end of the course you’ve been introduced to technologies used in modern electronic music and you will have experienced what it means to use algorithms for composing music. Everything you will need for the becoming the producer of the future!

The workshop is hosted by live coder, music technologist and digital artist Timo Hoogland and will take place on September 27, October 4, 11 & 18. (one ticket gives access to all the four workshops)

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Feedback, Oscillation and Transformation: physical space and electronics for generative sonic feedback
The principles of feedback and oscillation play a big role in Edwin van der Heide’s spatial interactive installations. Do you want to learn how you can use these principles to create an engaging immersive experience? During the workshop Recoding the Speed of Sound you get two days to play and experiment. Under the guidance of Edwin van der Heide and CCU, you’ll work on creating a concept for a new installation.

💻 About this workshop
This two-day workshop follows the method of ReCoding. ReCoding aims to inspire the new generation of makers with the work of the Dutch Pioneers of Media Art. The goal of the workshop is to deconstruct the artwork The Speed of Sound, surfacing the principles that ground Edwin van der Heide’s installation and take inspiration from it for the participant’s own new artworks. After developing these prototypes, a small group of participants is given the chance to further develop their project guided by Creative Coding Utrecht, leading up to the final presentation moment during Art Machines festival in December.

💻 In short

  • 💫 Bring your own laptop and any other creative tools you’d like
  • 💫 Both professionals & students are welcome to participate
  • 💫 Coding skills are not a necessity
  • 💫 The workshop takes two days - it is not necessary to join the full trajectory til December
  • 💫 You can work individually or as a group

💻 More info & sign up
Interested in joining the workshop?
Find more information here 👉


ARTIST TALK: Edwin van der Heide

How can you create audio-visual installations and how do sound and light work together to create immersive spaces? Media artist Edwin van der Heide uses these principles in his works like The Speed of Sound, Pneumatic Soundfield, and Horizontal Diagonal. Learn more about these concepts during the artist talk by Edwin van der Heide, this season’s media art pioneer for the ReCoding programme.

💻 About ReCoding
EReCoding aims to inspire the new generation of makers with the work of the Dutch Pioneers of Media Art. After three ReCoding trajectories with artists Joost Rekveld, Driessens & Verstappen, and Mouchette, we are proud to introduce this year’s media art pioneer: Edwin van der Heide. In September 2022 we continue ReCoding in the form of a talk, workshop, and commission trajectory. The end results of this will be presented at ART MACHINES Festival that will take place in December 2022.

    ARTIST TALK: Edwin van der Heide

CCU & Luna Ludmila present Sublunary

CCU & Luna Ludmila present Sublunary: an afternoon program full of deep and hypnotic electronic music at NAR café der kunsten.

Discover our:

  • 💫 cocktail bar
  • 💫 delicious food
  • 💫 several art installations on site
  • 💫 laidback setting
The line-up consists of three Utrecht-based artists: Shoal, David Hülsken and Luna Ludmila


During Roco-coding, the innovative practice of live coding fuses with the galant sounds of cello and harpsichord.

👩‍💻 About Livecoding
Live coding is an art practice in which digital images and sounds are created in real-time for a poetic, danceable experience. The performers write code and algorithms live during the performance and thus improvise for the audience.

👩‍💻 About The Performers
Live coders Sasj and Sonologico from Creative Coding Utrecht (CCU) will convert the gallant aesthetics and ethics into digital code, while festival musicians Artem Belogurov and Octavie Dostaler-Lalonde translate them into an artful audiovisual experience. The live coding event roco-coding takes place on Saturday September 3 from 20.30h at TivoliVredenburg, Club Nine, entry is free.

ℹ️ Programme

  • 👾 Concert 1 - Artem & Sasj
  • 👾 Concert 2 - Octavia & Sonologico
  • 👾 Jam session Roco-coding is a special project within Gallant Robotics.

Makers Meet & Eat 2022

Are you an art lover, culture vulture, maker, creative person or just interested in the recent developments in the field of (digital) art, culture and design? Join us on September 3rd for the Makers Meet & Eat to see great presentations by young Utrecht and Dutch makers.

During the Meet & Eat, a variety of makers will talk about their working methods and research in the field of (digital) art, culture and design. An afternoon for meeting people, sharing knowledge, tricks of the trade and a look behind the scenes. With the sun on your face we conclude the programme with music, a (vegetarian/vegan) BBQ & drinks.

Everyone is welcome to delve into the developments and share their opinion. Besides the 20 invited speakers, this year it is possible to start a conversation yourself at our new 'wildcard table'. The event is open to Dutch and English speakers. The main language is English.

Poetry Together: Embodied Poetry with Machine Learning

Join us in this half day workshop, where we make movement based poetry with friends. Recently, poetry has become entwined with modern technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning. Computers can now help us create beautiful and funny poetry. In this workshop, we will explore how to create simple poems and visual compositions with machine learning through body tracking. How will your body influence the poem?

👩‍💻 About Computational Mama
The workshop is led by Computational Mama, who has been learning and experimenting with creative coding since 2017. She works heavily with generative texts, AI models for text, computer vision and some simpler machine learning tools.

ℹ️ Practical information
The workshop takes place on 27th of August from 13:00 - 17:00 at De Havenloods in Utrecht, Ruimte 31. All levels of coding are welcome, no coding experience necessary! Sign up using the form. If possible, bring your own laptop to the workshop, with Google Chrome installed and a webcam. In case this is a problem, get in contact with us via The language for this event is English.

GARDENING Exhibition

Humans and nature are inseparably linked, it’s an ecosystem. Or rather: your ecosystem! All works in the exhibition are carefully selected and together form one ecosystem. Do you want to know how the ecosystem works? Take one of the punch cards with you through the exhibition. At each artwork you are invited to punch a hole along one of the axes: art-analysis and culture-technology. Will your ecosystem be in balance? At the end of the exhibition you can fill in your points at the installation. Together with fellow visitors we are looking for the balance between everyone’s ecosystem.

Visit for more info.

GARDENING Amelisweerd

GARDENING Amelisweerd has opened! Starting today until July 31st you can visit the exhibition about nature and technology in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd (Wed - Sun 11:00 - 17:00). Upcoming weekend we will celebrate the opening with extra artworks and activities by Kunstmatig de Podcast, Kop in 't Zand, and FOREST5x5 by @elzii.berzii. Visit for more info.


During Whitsun weekend of June 4, 5 and 6, Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd will open its doors from 11:00 to 17:00 for the opening weekend of During this weekend you can enjoy live music generated from the underwater world by paddling in a kayak, listen to artificial bird sounds (if you hold very still, they might come closer), and see what the estate during the opposite season looks like through your phone screen.   More info,  

ReCoding Mouchette

The internet is broken! What can we learn from the pioneers of media art to take back the internet? For this new edition of ReCoding we are inspired by Mouchette, one of the online persona’s created by Martine Neddam back in 1996, far before the establishment of social media. Net-art researcher Annet Dekker will lead the conversation and give us insights into context and ideologies of early net-artists. Then we’ll focus on Mouchette and Martine Neddam’s work to learn more about how storytelling, personas, and web functions are closely intertwined. It is possible to sign up for dinner, drinks, and networking - taking place prior to the talks. We will be serving soup. Please note: when you buy a Dinner ticket and you are welcome at 18:15 instead of 20:00.   More info & tickets: full event & lineup description  


Friday 13th and Saturday 14th of May all artists and creatives of the artistic breading ground De Havenloods are hosting their own culturefestival. And we are part of it! Our home, De Havenloods, will give space to a program filled with a diverse array of artists, makers, genres, disciples, and styles, in which the makers of De Havenloods get the leading role.   More info De Havenloods Utrecht website  

Upcoming: Behind The Screens Season III Kickoff

Upcoming Thursday, Kate Sicchio will be kicking off Behind The Screens season 3 with a live coded dance performance called "Terpsicode". Do you want to learn more about her practice and how dance and code go hand in hand?   👉 Read her personal interview on Medium  

Behind The Screens S03

Starting this month, we will share new live coded performances and personal interviews with coders from all over the world. Prepare for S03 with this recap of last year's European coders.

Math Ex Workshop: How to Mint & Tax NFTs?

In this workshop you’ll get a masterclass in minting NFTs of your artwork. The workshop is supervised by Saskia Freeke and will demonstrate a variety of methods and platforms. We'll conclude the programme with a session on the topic of taxation. In this part of the session we’ll review a bundle of text put forth by the Dutch Tax Institution, stating their perspective on how to deal with crypto assets. Together we’ll see if we can make sense of it.  


CCU turns 5 and to celebrate we organize Math Expressionism at the brand new venue NAR Café der kunsten!   Math Expressionism (Math Ex) is an exhibition showcasing the work of artists from the (inter)national community of creative coders. The programme dives into the field of generative art and presents the makers and their tools, the communities they are part of, and the creative processes that shape their work. We will keep the artist line up a secret for now, but stay tuned for more information!   Math Ex is also an experiment with Non Fungible Token’s (NFT’s). Through workshops and discussions we offer both makers and collectors hands-on opportunities to develop their own perspective on this controversial field. Makers will share their experiences of being part of NFT communities such as Hic et Nunc and Artblocks. We’ll discuss the controversies and the interesting developments that have emerged. Of course all of this is embedded in a festive programme where all senses will be triggered by means of art, food, drinks and music  


February 17th we’re hosting a meetup together with Sounds Like Touch. Branimir Štivić and The Twin Stranger will present their work (in progress) while they are doing residencies in, respectively, Utrecht and The Hague.   As an artist, Branimir works with pneumatic systems, microcontrollers, breath sensors, live coding environment, and music creation software. Jude Cowan Montague and Riitta Hakkarainen, together as The Twin Stranger, will develop ‘Mefite Goddess of the Volcano’: a new site based theatre piece on the theme of volcanology and volcano lore, this project incorporates multiple live coders working with various data streams We welcome all coders, creatives, musicians, artists, visualists and anyone else who is interested or harbours curiousity towards the field of Live Coding to join us in De Havenloods.


In the workshop “AIR RHYTHM MACHINE” Branimir Štivić will guide you through his new media artistic process using practical examples to introduce you to live coding, physical computing and MIDI sequencing. As an artist, Branimir works with pneumatic systems, microcontrollers, breath sensors, live coding environment, and music creation software. Pneumatics is the science and technology of pressurized air—using piped, compressed air to transmit force and energy. With his guidance, you will learn how to control air to produce music through DIY use of industrial automation components and everyday objects.    With a simple practical example of making a compressed air drum machine we will go through the basics of pneumatic systems, flow control with electromagnetic pneumatic valves, percussion with pneumatic cylinders, force transmission, air pressure, compressors, Helmholtz resonators and principle of air resonance in cavities. NO CODING OR SOLDERING SKILL REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE!!! Bringing your laptop/computer for active participation is desirable but not mandatory.  Materials from the workshop will be published on GitHub.

Encoding the Apocalypse

Encoding the Apocalypse features works by The Twin Stranger and Lazarus Chan who are presenting the outcome of their residencies at iii. Using data visualisation and performance they explore the theme of apocalypse as a force of nature and as an aspect of human nature    ‘Mefite Goddess of the Volcano’ is an original, new site based theatre piece on the theme of volcanology and volcano lore by The Twin Stranger, Jude Cowan Montague and Riitta Hakkarainen. The piece incorporates multiple live coders working with various data streams, such as seismic data, ground deformation, earthquakes and volcanic emissions. The theatershow will be accompanied by a live coded performance by Rafaele M. Andrade and eerieear. More info:

REGISTERS OF CODE ~ The humxn machine as an organist of the 21st century

Registers of Code is a concert night where the world of software development unites with that of organ music. Historically known as a musical tradition evolved from improvisation, organ music shares more similarities to the art of software development than one might expect. With its roots in improvisation, programming can be used to produce audio visual artworks in real-time. During the concert, the relationship between the two practices will be highlighted, not by contrasting them but by fusing them into one.   Through three different performances, we will explore how digital artists enrich the organ. From applying artificial intelligence to create new compositions to using the body as an instrument through sensors, the power of improvisation will be central to the course of the evening. Visit the concert on the 12th of February and experience the masterful balance between the elements of surprise and recognition More info: (in Dutch)

Co-creating alternative 'zero-waste' urban imaginaries: Sharing experiences & practices

Breaking away from damaging fossil-fuelled practices and transitioning towards urban sustainability has never been more pressing. Yet, in the rush to transition, sustainability related issues, such as waste, are often treated as objective and somewhat isolated challenges that can be addressed through top-down technological solutions. This fails to address what `waste’ means to people on the ground and how they might imagine potential ‘zero-waste’ futures, which may prevent more sustainable futures to come about. Instead, seeing waste as an inherently cultural aspect of our cities, and, in Donna Haraway’s words, “staying with the trouble” this might cause, can support the inclusion of multiple perspectives when (re)imagining 'zero-waste', circular urban futures.

  • If you would like to join, please send a message to Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, Corelia will send the meeting link after registration

ITERATIONS: Creative Coding Symposium

How do recent technological developments empower makers to generate new creative avenues? How is the creative coding landscape going to evolve in the coming few years? These questions will be explored during the creative coding symposium ITERATIONS organised by Vera van de Seyp in collaboration with Creative Coding Utrecht. With a focus on inclusivity, we invited an international group of makers from different niches within the field to talk about their practice. In the form of presentations, interactive sessions, and workshops we will discuss four general themes: web tools, machine learning, world building, and creative education. Sponsored by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and Pictoright Fund More info:

Workshop: Reshape Photographs Through Code

With code, we have the possibility to reshape photographs. The photograph tells a story on its own. By reshaping it through code we can emphasize that story or tell something different. In this workshop, you will code your own programs to reshape photographs. We will look into how to load images, static and generative. What we can do with filters, and how we are able to reshape elements of the photograph. During the workshop, you will collect your own photographs on site. Wilbert is in the last year of his Art & Research study at the St. Joost Academy of Art. In his practice, he explores the balance with photography between the old and the new. Recently he started researching the digital through programming, exploring what the possibilities are of transforming images without photoshop.

  • NO prerequisite knowledge of coding and or Processing is necessary. You can download Processing for free online, great to do this in advance. Processing version 3.5.4 (
  • Participants are required to bring their own laptop.
  • Your registration is not completed until you confirm your participation by purchasing a ticket for Uncloud on Nov. 20th 👉

Meetup Yin-Gemis; A meetup about women in tech, and the lack thereof

As of 2021, the tech industry continues to be a highly male-dominated environment. Although more and more women are employed in the industry, there’s still only a small portion of tech-related jobs performed by women. This significant lack of diversity in the industry can lead to products and services that are not inclusive for society. In the meetup on October 12th, we will be giving the floor to artists and researchers investigating this problem and turning their insights into impactful experiences and art projects to achieve a more diverse and inclusive tech-industry. The meetup borrows its name from one of these projects. More info:

Programme: Yin-Gemis Meetup Speakers


Gaudeamus, Creative Coding Utrecht and NL_CL present ALG0MA5: a concert in which you see digital creativity enriching the practice of composers, instrument builders and musicians with new possibilities. Brazilian composer and hardware hacker Rafaele Andrade shows the versatility of her hybrid instrument KNURL; a hybrid cello with 16 strings made of durable material and built-in electronic components. Thanks to the electronics the audience can influence the sounds of the instrument live during the concert. Musicians and artists Jonathan Reus, Sabrina Verhage and Anne Veinberg & Felipe Ignacio Noriega on the CodeKlavier will give a demonstration of this. The programme is framed by three performances by live coders from Barcelona, ​​Karlsruhe and Ljublijana who belong to the European collaborative project On-The-Fly.


September 28th we’re hosting a meet-up with On-The-Fly and NL_CL. We welcome all coders, creatives, musicians, artists, visualists and anyone else who is interested or curious in the field of Live Coding to join us in De Havenloods for talks about coding, show work-in-progress and to explore the live coding practice. We’ll be closing the evening with an open code jam and drinks. Bring your laptop and join the jam session, no matter your expertise we’d love to see you perform. Jamming is open for anyone, but if you already know you’d like to join you can email us.


10 tables, 4 rounds, 40 short talks by 20 makers, 1 inspiring keynote, 1 XXL vegan meal, 100+ makers and like-minded people. These are the ingredients of the second Makers Meet & Eat organised by Creative Coding Utrecht, IMPAKT, RAUM, and SETUP on Sunday 19th of September from 12:00 - 20:00 at RAUM on Berlijnplein. During the Meet & Eat you will get around the table with various makers to get to know their ways-of-working and research in the field of digital art, culture and design. An afternoon for meeting, sharing knowledge, tricks of the trade and a look behind the scenes. The day will end with a BBQ hosted by Venster, during which we will chat whilst enjoying a good bite, drink and (hopefully) the sun.



Gaudeamus, Creative Coding Utrecht and NL_CL present ALG0MA5: a concert in which you see digital creativity enriching the practice of composers, instrument builders and musicians with new possibilities. Brazilian composer and hardware hacker Rafaele Andrade shows the versatility of her hybrid instrument KNURL; a hybrid cello with 16 strings made of durable material and built-in electronic components. Thanks to the electronics the audience can influence the sounds of the instrument live during the concert. Musicians and artists Jonathan Reus, Sabrina Verhage and Anne Veinberg & Felipe Ignacio Noriega on the CodeKlavier will give a demonstration of this. The programme is framed by three performances by live coders from Barcelona, ​​Karlsruhe and Ljublijana who belong to the European collaborative project On-The-Fly.

Cultuurterras Weekender w. Uncloud, Modulation. & CCU

The first weekend of September, Uncloud Festival, Modulation., and CCU join forces for a two day programme filled with electronic music and immersive performances at Cultuurterras De Nijverheid. On Saturday September 4th, we will have a selection of amazing artists performing experimental electronic music mixed with theatre and audio-visual performances by Bakah, Bodyscan 223, Diogo Carriço, Timo Hoogland, and Skander Jaïbi & Jaco Schilp. On Sunday afternoon, there will be a live painting in creation while we enjoy the chill- and spacy vibes of Ambient and Drone music by Dubberdink & Cathy Daniëls, Allert Aalderes, and Skander Jaïbi, priming us for a Modulation concert at night with Jerome Mardga, Dennis Weijers, and Mieke van Dam. So join us during Cultuurterras #8 for immersive performances and mesmerizing mellow tunes! Tickets will be sold at the door.

AI HACKING: Adversarial Attacks - Meetup & Workshop

August 26 and 27, CCU organizes a meet-up and workshop about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its weakness to ‘Adversarial Attacks’. During an adversarial attack, the AI vision is misled by adding visual noise to images, leading to malfunctions in the system. During the meet-up, we will be joined by experts in the field to talk aboutt. During the workshop led by Javier Lloret Pardo, we will have an introduction to Adversarial Attacks applied to images and we will explore code examples that implement different adversarial techniques. This workshop will also propose a space for dialogue and discussion around the subject.

Rainbows End Popup Store & Gallery

Yes! This is your chance to visit a physical Rainbows End 🌈🌈🌈. On 30th of April, 1st & 2nd of May we are hosting a Pop-Up Store & Gallery in the heart of Utrecht. At the Pop-Up Store, you will be able to buy Rainbows End merchandise like posters and face masks (designed by our lovely @pleunpleunpleun), and admire a fine selection of Rainbows End artworks. Entrance: FREE! (just reserve a timeslot using te ticket links bewlow please)
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Rainbows End: Sex Tech Hackathon

We’re starting off the RAINBOWS END 🌈🌈🌈 era with an interactive pre-event, a hackathon about sex tech, together with artists, academics, technologists, thinkers and tinkerers from all backgrounds and perspectives… We'll learn about the diverse and evolving field of Sex Tech, and the implications it has on the past, present, and future of intimacy, companionship, and human behaviour. Let's get hands-on and physical with intimate technologies from a maker perspective through live demonstrations and tutorials!


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CCU is a community founded in 2017 by Carolien Teunisse and Fabian van Sluijs with the goal to stimulate digital creativity and creative coding in Utrecht and beyond.

Through a variety of activities such as workshops, meetups, performances and exhibitions we bring together the community of makers (artists, designers, researchers, developers, performers, musicians) to share knowledge and collaboratively explore the artistic potential of self-made soft- and hardware for creating expressions.

In framing our activities we employ a postdigital perspective in which we make no distinction between 'old' and 'new' media and reflect on 'digital' creativity as part of a long tradition around arts and crafts. In this context Creative Coding Culture is interesting as it's thoroughly hybrid and composed of practices so diverse that its meaning is in flux. As such we research and reflect on what creative coding is and can be, in order to look for new and anti-disciplinary methodologies that can help shape our contemporary society in a fair and positive way.



Anne-Linde Munsterman - communications & PR
Christine Breur - business & operations manager
Carolien Teunisse - co-founder & education
Fabian van Sluijs - co-founder & artistic director
Saskia Freeke - programme & education
Sietse van der Meer - communications & web
Sjuul Stax - production


Axelle van Wynsberghe - nomadic researcher
Benjamin Hull - photography
Benjamin van Vliet - editor
Bram Snijders - technical producer
Costanza Tagliaferri - intern
Iris Jansen - producer
Mariska Berrevoets - pr & marketing
Mavi Irmak Karadermirler - intern
Myrthe van der Boom - business & operations
Tanja Busking - videography
Tanja van Zoest - creative producer
Vincent Schrijnemakers - photography

The board of CCU receives no remuneration. For management and permanent employees, CCU has its own salary system, based on the model of De Zaak Nu and taking into account the Fair Practice Code.


Stichting Creative Coding Utrecht
Mailing address: Sluyterslaan 81, 3431BB, Nieuwegein, Utrecht

CCU is made possible with the support of:

Het Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie
Lemonaid Charitea
Gemeente Utrecht
Sensor Lab