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19 Nov –
28 Nov 2020

Make a Wish

Since September, Framer Framed supports the visual therapy of i-psy Arts by opening its space as an open atelier on Mondays. Their work can be seen together with artists from the open studio of i-psy in Almere, Utrecht and Arnhem in the exhibition Make a Wish from 19 to 28 November at Go Gallery (except Sundays and Mondays).

i-psy is a specialist in intercultural psychiatry for people with different social and cultural backgrounds and various psychological problems. Since 2009 the visual therapy team of i-psy organises an exhibition every year for and with artists from the open studios in Amsterdam, Almere, Utrecht and Arnhem. Make a Wish is the twelfth i-psy exhibition at GO Gallery in Amsterdam. An impression of the creations can be found on i-psy Art’s website and Instagram page.

The opening days of the exhibition are Thursday 19, Friday 20 and Saturday 21 November and it is reservation only: Make your reservation.

After the opening days the exhibition can be seen between November 24th-28th. Reservation is not necessary for these days. You can visit the Go Gallery at the Marnixstraat 127 in Amsterdam.

Photos: © Betul Ellialtioglu (2020)

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Amsterdam Oost / Community & Learning / i-psy / Migration /

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Opening: Proud Aliens & QUEER
Exhibition opening of Framer Framed's Open Atelier and a new public installation by United Painting: QUEER

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O.K

Artist and director

Mayis

Artist

Shevan van der Lugt

Activist

i-psy Arts

Art therapy

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