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|Exhibition with a.o. Karim Adduchi|
@Amsterdam Museum, Hermitage Building (Amstel 51)
Dresses completely fabricated from Moroccan embroidery appliqué and patchwork couture from upcycled designer fabrics. Amsterdam-based fashion designers Karim Adduchi and Tess van Zalinge have garnered a reputation in recent years with designs inspired by historical and regional crafting techniques.
Opening: 16 FEB 17:00
|END END AND|
|Exhibition with a.o. senakirfa A., Twan Lugten, Ayano Koda, Helena Keskküla, Kenneth Aidoo, Laëtitia Delauney, Lambertine van Veldhuizen, Tara-Eva Kuijpers Wentink, Souheila Chalabi, Rebecca Cuschera|
@ Artwell Residencies, Laarderhoogtweg 18, 3rd floor
Artwell Residencies is proud and excited to present the final exhibition group show "End End And" with 16 artists, alumni from Amsterdam, Antwerp and Brussels academies. All who have been working for 6 months at the Residency in Amsterdam South East.
This 4th edition is a culmination of their research, bringing together this diverse group of emerging artists with varying artistic disciplines, education and experience.
Opening: 18 FEB, from 12:00 - 20:00
|Video installation by Margreet Kramer|
@ Art Trail window, Boetzelaerstraat 56, Amsterdam
In the observations of everyday actions/rituals, the attention in the video TOUCH is tangible. Contemplation on what do we do and how do we do it?
The video can be seen day and night.
|By Nina van Hartskamp, Suzanne Bernhardt and Roman Tkachenko|
@Rietveld Academie Amsterdam
A pilot program of The Rietveld Society that focuses on life after graduation.
The aim is to communally explore and share tools of support for developing artistic practices for and with alums. The project touches upon topics like monetary funding, community support and aims to give insight into possible routes within cultural fields.
Rietveld Mulch The Podcast
By Nina van Hartskamp
Will be shared weekly from 20 February
Rietveld Mulch Baking and Writing Workshop
By Suzanne Bernhardt
Takes place 8, 9, 10 March at Rietveld Academie
Rietveld Mulch Online Platform
By Roman Tkachenko
Festive launch 10 March at Rietveld Academie
More Info & Sign up for the workshops
|THE LOWELL: RE : OFFERING |
|Eight Cubic Meters by Sonia Kazovsky|
@Sint Nicolaasstraat, Amsterdam
The Lowell Re:Offering is an ongoing publishing project that takes the form of a scripted play. Its premise is a contemporary reading of published text by female factory workers of a Mill Factory in Lowell, Massachusetts.
|STUDIUM GENERALE CONFERENCE & RIETVELD UNCUT|
|@Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam |
In collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Gerrit
Rietveld Academie presents Refuge - fleeing, flowing leaking.
This is a
large-scale, multi-day event in the museum and a festive Friday
night. From 22 to 25 March, it focuses on questions of refuge.
Applications are open for those hoping to study with Sandberg Instituut in 2023. Apply here before 1 April 2023. Alongside the five Main Departments (Critical Studies, Design, Dirty Art Department, Fine Arts, and Studio for Immediate Spaces), there also two new temporary programs (Artificial Times and Planetary Poetics).
|ALS DE DOOD|
|Exhibition with a.o. Erik Mattijssen|
@Museum Belvédère, Heerenveen-Oranjewoud
Exhibition on the theme of death, where paintings, poetry, sculptures and photographs are brought together by a variety of Dutch artists.
|MÉMORIA : RÉCITS D’UNE AUTRE HISTOIRE|
|Group show with a.o. Roxane Mbanga|
@National Museum in Yaoundé, Cameroon
After her art residency at Yaoundé's "Institut français" Roxane created a new installation in situ for the group exhibition "Mémoria: récits d'une autre Histoire" under the direction of Nadine Hounkpatin and Céline Seror. This installation highlights "Naked underneath or How to use clothing to assert oneself".
|REDRESS DESIGN AWARD|
|The Redress Design Award is the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition. Organised by Redress, the competition works to educate emerging fashion designers around the world about sustainable design theories and techniques to drive growth towards a circular fashion system.|
Deadline: 16 March