Podcast Episode 39: A Way of Reordering Your World
Rowena Dring is an artist who challenges traditional boundaries by incorporating the traditional ‘women’s work’ of sewing and needlework with large-scale painting. She first started this type of art after her father died, and observes that ‘when you feel like your world has been shattered apart, actually working with collage, putting things back together with sewing and stitching is a way of reordering your world.’
Love, Death & Darkness in February
Did you join us at our first 2019 creative meetup? We met on February 10 at the lovely Zamen in Noord for an evening of poetry, conversation and collaboration on the very February theme of Love, Death & Darkness. The evening was led by JC 1/4, with poetry...
New Creative Meetup in Amsterdam
This year Hiraeth is beginning a new type of in-person event in Amsterdam, one designed to bring creative people of all kinds together over this shared human experience of migration and the longing for home.
Inter-Patria by Ella Bulley
Ella Bulley creates objects that help Ghanaian expats adapt to new spaces.
The Colours of Your First Spring
‘Spring said: even I get lost in each second that escapes me.’ -Adonis
Hear how poetry and painting are intertwined for artist Johanna Baudou.
When the Notion of Time Disappears – Art at the Schinkel
There is something elegiac about these works of art that are so anchored to place.
Faces on the Ferry
An interview with Rachelle Meyer about her “Faces on the Ferry” project.
A Home in Memory
We are very pleased to announce that we will be screening the movie "A home in Memory" by the Finnish film maker and artist, Helena Oest, at our next event at the Butchers Tears on the 21st April. 'A home in Memory' looks into the relationship between identity and the...
Calmness Amidst Chaos
Francesca Aikman is a young artist from the North West of England who lives and works in Amsterdam. She arrived directly after finishing a degree in Fine Art at university in Preston to take up a residency at OT303, and, without her really realizing or planning it,...
Jennifer Tee: Let It Come Down
Jennifer Tee is a Dutch artist with Chinese-Indonesian heritage. Her work incorporates many cultural traditions and beliefs, and utilising a range of crafts, she is able to merge culture and history with the present. “She is interested in researching contemporary...