De Peper really needs donations!
We need around €25.000 to cover the basic costs for this cultural season (rent, maintenance, insurance, etc.). And with another €10.000 we can provide kick-ass programs, even during (partial) lockdowns. Anything extra will help to rebuild our financial buffers. All the money donated will be spent on running De Peper project now, and to sustain it for the future. Every act of kindness counts.
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De Peper
De Peper is one of the public spaces in OT301, one of few remaining independent locations for subculture in Amsterdam. Here everyone is welcome to hang out, and enjoy what’s happening today, or propose some plan for another day. The community kitchen is at the heart of De Peper’s politics, where vegan organic food is used as a way to bring people together, nourish the spirit, loosen up tongues, address ethical concerns, inspire the senses, and create shared memories.
The crew is an inclusive volunteer collective that operates democratically, without boss or management. We make things happen because we each have internal motivation to do so. Our diversity makes us stronger. It is a multi-faced playground where pro-active and creative individuals with various aspirations and skills can find a platform for their ambitions, meet like-minded or completely different fellows, and develop themselves. And for many, it is a place of belonging.

De Peper would also like more volunteers!
If you live in/around Amsterdam, have time on your hands, and are looking for a new challenge, join our volunteer crew. We can use cooks, bar tenders, dishwashers, cultural programmers, sound mechanics, curators, event organizers, administrators, promoters, maintenance people, gardeners, bicycle mechanics, performers, security people and more…and any fun-loving people that would like to learn these things. 

If you have a great idea to support us in another way, tell us more!


Vereniging EHBK / OT301
Overtoom 301, 1054 HW Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Email contact 
General Enquiries: ehbk(at)
Press/PR: pr(at)

One way to ensure that the casino returns to the public is to donate some of the proceeds to a nonprofit. For example, a gambling casino with a charity department may make donations to nonprofits that help veterans or the homeless. In many cases, this is a great way to support local charities. In addition, funds transferred to non-profit organizations are not fully taxed. And thanks to this, the silversands casino coupons can use them to fund other charitable events. As for charitable contributions, casinos will be able to use corporate funds to support non-profit organizations. These corporations will ensure that all funds donated by patrons are directed to worthy causes.

Residency: otresidency(at)

Email contact Public spaces
Studios (Parties): party(at)
Studios (Concerts): concert(at)
Studios (Daytime programming): movementot301(at)
Cinema of the Damd: cinemaofthedamd(at)
4Bid Gallery (exhibitions, workshops): 4bidgallery(at)
De Peper (vegan culture kitchen): de_peper(at)
AnaMorphic Rehearsal Studio: anamorphicstudio(at)


The casino has long been a center of entertainment for artistic communities. The Hanoverian Theater in Amsterdam has existed for more than two centuries. Here is the largest concentration of casinos in the country, and its location is convenient for tourists. Hippodrome Casino is located in the West End. The city’s many 슬롯 온라인offer 24-hour entertainment and gourmet cuisine. The casino is an ideal place for a concert. The live band will provide a variety of musical performances, including blues, jazz and even melodic piano songs. The art world is full of hierarchies of values, from the smallest piece of paper to the largest works of art can be found in a casino. On the contrary, traditional card games have a complex practice of players, and researchers of the game are largely ignored.

Troy Siebels, owner of a casino in Hanover, Pennsylvania, is working on an iterative project to explore how artists and art communities can participate in the art market. Although his projects have no economic value, he hopes they point to invisible currencies that rule the art world. Working with senators, Siebels hopes to change the rules of the art クラシックスロットand create a smoother playing field for artists and art communities. The Making Art Work report highlights the role of art, culture and the economy in creating a vibrant and sustainable artistic community. It examines the roles of different types of casino artists. The number of participants varies from community to community, but there are some common characteristics. Compared to other sectors, artists spend more time practicing their craft, and they need a lot of capital to hold exhibitions and create art that will be displayed in casinos.

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Posted 26-08-2021

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