Dive into the captivating world of “The Art of XTC” exhibition, a dynamic collaboration between Poppi Drugs Museum, Adam Fierman, and photographer Peter Andrew Lusztyk. From January 17-21, 2024, at Vrij Paleis, explore the black market’s artistry in branding Dutch ecstasy pills through over 90 captivating images and signed coffee table books.
With this one-day mini expo at Vrij Paleis, Poppi gives a sneak peek of what’s to come in 2023. Experience a mind expanding VR-trip, attend a lecture on xtc, check out a docu about psylocybin use among war veterans, or dance your way into another dimension under the influence of DJ Drunx’s tunes.
A unique tour through Amsterdam: a Digital Drugs Tour. The augmented reality, video and sound fragments and game elements immerse you in the hard drug scene of the late last century.
Do you dare to talk about your experiences with drugs? The ‘Tales from the Drug Closet‘ project invites people to ‘come out’ about their drug use. Anonymous, or out in the open: you can decide. Our closet is currently piloted in Poppi’s exhibition in Museum Of The Future Enschede and will launch in the fall of 2023.
Image the government would regulate the production and sale of ecstasy. Could anyone buy their pills anywhere? Or would there be an age limit and strict supervision? In Poppi’s xtc-shop, you decide!
Poppi Drugs Museum invites you to participate in this unique public experiment. The xtc-shop is open from July 15 to September 29 in the city center of Utrecht.
40 years of HIV in the Netherlands: Exposition House of Hiv shows stories of four decades of HIV activism.
From 3 December 2021 until 29 March 2022 Poppi hosts an expo in the heart of Amsterdam: Worlds of Opiates. A collaboration between Poppi, Utrecht University, Inventors Guild and Corné van der Stelt.
Poppi: Drugs Museum Amsterdam ontsluit een uniek fotoarchief voor het grote publiek. Foto’s van prijswinnende fotografen laten je de Nederlandse drugsscene op rauwe en ontroerende wijze zien.