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Exhibitions


Public Space Installation: QUEER

by United Painting

Exhibition: Proud Aliens

A colourful exhibition by Framer Framed's Open Atelier

Exhibition: Diasporic Self - Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca

A project initiated by Amal Alhaag and Barby Asante

Exhibition: Chomma, with work by Jody Brand

Unseen exhibition in the public hallways of the Tolhuistuin, with work by South African photographer Jody Brand

Exhibition: Embodied Spaces

An exhibition curated by Christine Eyene on the body, gender and identity.

Agenda


Global Queer Rights Perspective: the Jamaican Edition
Film screening of 'The Abominable Crime' and conversation
Talanoa Forum: Swimming Against The Tide
An artist-led gathering by Yuki Kihara, co-hosted by LIMBO & Framer Framed in collaboration with National Museum of World Cultures
Queer Poetry Night x LIMBO
In collaboration with Unwanted Words & Queer Currents
Workshop 2: Beauty Basics for all genders
By Makeup Artist Timothy Paul
Workshop: Beauty Basics for all genders
By Makeup Artist Timothy Paul
LIMBO: Engaged scholarship and queer exilic narratives
A creative workshop series for queer, refugee and migrant community
Finissage: Proud Aliens
Music, food, drinks and henna to celebrate the last day of the group show by Open Atelier
Opening: Proud Aliens & QUEER
Exhibition opening of Framer Framed's Open Atelier and a new public installation by United Painting: QUEER
Exhibition: Proud Aliens
A colourful exhibition by Framer Framed's Open Atelier
Public Space Installation: QUEER
by United Painting
Queer Youth, Remember Kirvan Fortuin
A panel on LGBTQI+ art, culture and education
In Memoriam: Kirvan Fortuin
Memorial Celebration to commemorate the life of Kirvan Fortuin
Queer Currents Opening
with Evert van Straaten & Dennis Elzinga
Queer Series: SILENCE=DEATH
Reflections on artistic efforts in relation to the HIV/Aids crisis
Diasporic Self: Informal gatherings with Anne Krul
Diasporic Self: Caring as Lingua Franca - Fiction & Myths of Black Womxnhood
An evening programme i.c.w. Dipsaus podcast.
Educational series: Broadcasting from Babylon
On intersectional feminist, queer, and anti-colonial embodied, listening and sounding practices.
Exhibition: Diasporic Self - Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca
A project initiated by Amal Alhaag and Barby Asante
Black Queerness & Diasporic Lives
An event on everyday intergenerational black queer social life, love and communities to look into the embodied experience of Black Queer people in Europe.
Exhibition opening: House of Wisdom
With an opening performance by Istanbul Queer Art Collective.
The Queer Series invites: Instanbul Queer Art Collective
The fifth edition of the Queer Series, a program of public events focusing on queer elements of artworks, art colletives and art archives.
Exhibition: Chomma, with work by Jody Brand
Unseen exhibition in the public hallways of the Tolhuistuin, with work by South African photographer Jody Brand
Symposium: Declassified - How to Un/Engender the Ethnographic Object?
On the (historical) construction of gender and sexuality within the ethnographic collecting practices of museums.
A Festival of Project Spaces: Performance by Kirvan Fortuin
Event as part of A Festival of Project Spaces; a performance by choreographer and dancer Kirvan Fortuin
Queer Series: Wu Tsang’s WILDNESS
Screening of the documentary WILDNESS (2012) by Wu Tsang.
Queer Series #1: Somos Libres!? Queer Amsterdam in the ‘80s
Screenings of the film by Miguel-Ángel Cárdenas and Daniel Brun on gay Amsterdam in the 1980's.
Queerly There? Queer Art in Czech and Slovak Context
Lecture by Zuzana Štefková on explicit voicing out of the issues of sexuality and gender non-normativity in Czech and Slovak context.
Filthy Mouth - Dirty Politics
Experimental conference on the relationship between vulgar language, radical feminism.
Exhibition: Embodied Spaces
An exhibition curated by Christine Eyene on the body, gender and identity.
Lecture: Curating Body Narratives by Christine Eyene
Masterclass by Christine Eyene on her research and curatorial practice dealing with the body in contemporary art from Africa and the Diaspora.