THE HIGH GROUND
Admission to the exhibition THE HIGH GROUND is free. You will not pay any booking or transaction fees.
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RECLAIMING THE COMMONS and WATERSCHOOL M4H+
Admission is free and registration is not necessary as long as the current corona measures are in force. If you want to attend our program, it is still necessary to make a reservation through our ticketshop. Booking fees are €3,00 in total, including VAT.
Reservation receipts are digital and issued by e-mail.
You can visit the five spatial installations of WATERSCHOOL M4H+ in the public space in the Merwe-Vierhavens District without a reservation as well. At all five plots a QR code gives you access to a special web application. The outdoor interventions are located within cycling distance of the Keilepand, Studio Makkink & Bey and each other.
Don't have your own bike with you? Pick up a loan bike from the IABR, also visit RECLAIMING THE COMMONS, and you will get a pretty good idea of what just might happen in the future in this special part of Rotterdam.
The reservation system is hosted in collaboration with Ticketcounter B.V. Making a reservation at the IABR implies accepting Ticketcounter’s ticket conditions (accessible when you make your reservation on their website)
Ticketcounter B.V. issues the reservation receipts. Visitors who pay by iDEAL will normally receive their tickets by e-mail in less than 30 minutes.
Each reservation receipt has two pages, both with a unique QR code. IABR staff must be able to scan both QR codes to permit visitors access. Visitors are kindly requested to present their QR codes by phone (Wallet or PDF).
If you have physical complaints such as sneezing, coughing, a cold or fever you are kindly requested to stay at home; IABR will gladly welcome you another time.
Group visits are possible, but only to a limited extent. Please contact us for RECLAIMING THE COMMONS via email@example.com and for WATERSCHOOL M4H+ via firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for a safe and stress-free group visit.
Please note that IABR reserves the right to refuse a reservation without reason.