“For the first exhibition at the new location we’ve invited Ian Stevenson(UK) for a solo exhibition. And Boef & de Gelogeerde Aap(NL) to do their thing. So be prepared, be scared and we’ll see you the 30th of june, 17:00-22:00″
Group expo at Vlaams cultuurhuis De Brakke grond, Amsterdam
Till – 17-07-2011
De Brakke Grond is showing work by fourteen talented photography students from the Netherlands and Flanders. In the exhibition (Re): TILT, they will show how we try to retain control in the chaos that seethes around us. Or in situations in which all footholds seem to have disappeared.
Peter de Krom, Jasmijn Labadie, Miriam Donkers, Jasper De Meester, Willem Sarah, Steven Huybrechts, Anneleen Bouttery, Elisa Brenters, Chloé Dierckx, Joren De Weerdt, Jonas Mertens, Max Pinckers & Quinten De Bruyn
Image via http://www.maxpinckers.be/ & http://www.peterdekrom.com/work.htm
ARTBOMB – JOIN THE GROWING INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN AN ACTION TO SAVE THE ARTS
Express the value of art! Show your support for culture!
On Friday the 24th June at noon local time, we need you to join this initiative in shrouding art locations across the world in coloured smoke. This visual act will be a sign of resistance against the growing disdain for the arts within societies and governments worldwide, and a sign of support for colleagues who face major cutbacks. Now is the time to act to show your appreciation and the necessity of the arts!
ARTBOMB is a peaceful art intervention initiated in The Netherlands. The Dutch Government is about to cut 40% of all cultural funding. This will result in the disappearance of a multitude of organizations that excel internationally in their field. This loss will be felt not only by the Dutch public but by the international community.
more info via http://www.artbomb.nl/
The graduation exhibition shows works of approximately 200 students who graduate this year. The exhibition will start on Saturday the 2nd of July and is shown till Saturday the 9th of July. The works will be spread around the building of the Royal Academy of Art at the Prinsessegracht 4 in The Hague. Departments that participate in the exhibition: Fine Art, ArtScience, Photography, Graphic Design, Interior architecture and Furniture design, Interactive/Media/Design, Textile and Fashion and Type & Media. For the first time, work by graduates of the master Artistic Research will be shown in the exhibition.
Opening hours of the graduation exhibition:
Saturday 2nd of July 12.00 – 20.00 hr
Sunday 3th of July 12.00 – 16.00 hr
Monday 4th – Friday 8th of July 12.00 – 21.00 hr
Saturday 9th of July 10.00 – 17.00 hr
“Herschel Telescope Spots a Star Spewing Powerful Water Jets into Interstellar Space”
Utrecht School of the Arts – Graduation show
Thursday, June 30, opening 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday, July 1, 10:00 am – 9.00 pm
Saturday, July 2, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, July 3, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
HKU | Atelier Building,
Tractieweg 41, Utrecht
Including works of 3D Design, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Industrial Design, Interior Architecture, Photography and Urban Design.
Thursday, June 30, opening, 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday, July 1, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday, July, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, July 3, 11.00 am 5:00 pm
HKU | Faculty of Fine Arts and Design
Ina Boudier-Bakkerlaan 50, Utrecht
Gerrit Rietveld Academie – Graduation Show
6th – 11th of July
July 6th 4pm – 8pm
July 7th 11am – 8pm
July 8th 11am – 8pm
July 9th 11am – 8pm
July 10th 11am – 4pm
Over 200 students from the departments Architectural Design, Fine Arts, VAV, Fashion, Textile, Ceramics, designLAB, Image&Language, Jewellery, Dogtime, Graphic Design and Photography will present their works to the public.
International Photobook Festival – Dummy Award 2011
” A film made by Platform Films, commissioned by RMT who are supporting ‘On the March – An Exhibition of Banners by Ed Hall’ at the People’s History Museum in Manchester. Showing from 14 May to 30 October 2011.”
“We realize this song was released prior to the Donuts material but we had a hard time singling out any one song. We also wanted to see “The Heist” come to life with its great lyrics and potential for visual representation. So we apologize for any offense taken from mixing the two concepts. We just thought it was a cool way to have a donut MC. Hope you enjoy!”