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woensdag 16 november 2016

Dutch Centre wins "Best Dutch Cultural Organisation in the UK in 2016" award





Greetings!
 
Dutch Centre is very proud winner of the the "Best Dutch Cultural Organisation in the UK in 2016". Thanks for all your support!

We will have many more amazing events coming up.
This week is all about Dutch Art.
Join us for a lecture by artist Joop Polder on Tuesday and a talk about Dutch Art and Urban Cultures on Wednesday.

Tickets are available online or at the door. We hope to see you there!

Warm wishes ,
Dutch Centre 



Thurs 15 Nov

Lecture by the Dutch Royal Artist Joop Polder 
15/11/2016, 6.30pm, free entry but please RSVP




Join us for an interesting lecture by the "Dutch Royal Artist" Joop Polder. Joop Polder was born in 1939 in The Hague, in The Netherlands.
He graduated from several academies of visual arts in Europe and worked as a professional artist for many years.

Joop Polder gets his inspiration from architecture and from his own dreams. In fact, most of his paintings are the product of his dreams and represent the way he would like to see the world around us. Joop Polder's paintings are restful and quiet, in stark contrast to the stress of everyday life.
His paintings are full of trains and trams for which he has a passion. They sometimes behave like human beings. His enormous collection of antique small-scale models reflects this passion of his.

Joop Polder's paintings have become part of important international art collections, such as the Museum in The Hague, the private art collections of King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix, and those of other members of the Dutch Royal family.

RSVP Please to info@artipico.com

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Wed 16 Nov

Talk: Dutch Art and Urban Cultures
16/11/2016, 7pm, £10, £5 for students 

 

Elisabeth de Bièvre challenges the view that Dutch art is a coherent phenomenon. Arguing that the Dutch Golden Age was far from unified, de Bièvre exposes how distinct geographical circumstances and histories shaped each urban development and, in turn, fundamentally informed the art and visual culture of individual cities. She joins us to discuss her book "Dutch art and urban cultures".

For tickets and more information, please click here.

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Mon 12 Dec 

Dutch/Flemish Comedy Night 
12/12/2016, 7pm, £20 (£10 for students) 

Dutch Centre would like to finish this turbulent year with a smile.



Join us for an evening of laughter with three amazing Dutch/Flemish Comedy acts. Have you been away from the Netherlands for a really long time? Then this show will be a great opportunity to catch up on everything happening in the country you once called home.

The acts include:
- Bert Gabriels (Award winning Belgian comedian)
- Pepijn Schoneveld (Dutch actor and comedian) 
- Rabbits at top speed with Florien Hilgenkamp & Celia García García (Dutch Comical Classical duo). 

For tickets and more information, click here.



Have a look at our website for tickets and more information!








Dutch Centre, 7 Austin Friars, London, EC2N 2HA United Kingdom





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