Come and join us for a free guided art walk and see the city with different eyes!  Art is really everywhere! During the Friday Night Art Walk we’ll explore the hood in hunt for versatile contemporary public art, urban culture and some great local initiatives. Special guest will contribute to the dialogue en-route.  This tour is a collaboration between CBK Rotterdam and Art Index Rotterdam (guide Anne-Marie Ros). Always nice to wrap up the tour together at De Schouw (at own expense) / Kom en ga mee met de gratis kunstwandeling en kijk met andere ogen naar de stad.  Kunst is écht overal! Tijdens de ‘Friday Night Art Walk’ nemen we je mee de wijk in - op jacht naar veelzijdige heden­daag­se publieke kunst op straat, ‘urban culture’ en toffe lokale initiatieven. Een speciale gast draagt bij aan het gesprek onderweg. Deze tour is een samenwerking tussen CBK Rotterdam en Art Index Rotterdam (gids Anne-Marie Ros). Drinken achteraf (op eigen kosten).
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special guest: Nienke Post – Collection Manager (online) at CBK Rotterdam
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special guest: Xandra Nibbeling - Communication Manager at CBK Rotterdam.
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special guest: Anton Hoeksema - former communication manager at CBK Rotterdam.
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special guest: Sannetje van Haarst – Producer Sculpture International Rotterdam at CBK Rotterdam
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special guest: Siebe Thissen - Public Art Director at CBK Rotterdam

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15 September, 19.30 - 21.00
Special Guest: Boris van Berkum, artist
Boris van Berkum is a Rotterdam-based artist whose work combines styles from different eras, cultures and religions. He is a gifted speaker, so this promises to be an inspiring walk on the alliance of spirituality and art. As an exception, we will start inside with a visit to TENT/Kunstinstituut Melly for the 24th edition of the exhibition Rotterdam Cultural Histories: Mama Aisa, which is dedicated to Winti culture. Boris van Berkum and Marian Markelo thus contribute to the representation of the Surinamese diaspora, culture and beliefs. During the visit, Van Berkum talks about the large sculpture of Mama Aisa, the Winti goddess who stands for love, compassion and inclusiveness. His personal selection of public artworks leads us through the West Blaak past work by Hans van Bentem, past the Market Hall past work by The Artoonists and we walk eastwards for an artwork by Geert van de Camp. A free 1.5-hour evening art walk, led by guide Anne-Marie Ros, into the world of Boris van Berkum.
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