About the part that art plays in a globalising society

Framer Framed

6 Nov 2014 – 19:00

Gerilja Talks: Nancy Jouwe x Black Women in the Dutch Arts Scene

Time 19:00-20:30 hrs Location Framer Framed in the Tolhuistuin IJpromenade 2 Amsterdam Route From Amsterdam Centraal Station with the ferry ‘Buiksloterweg’. The entrance is located directly at the IJ riverside. When inside walk through the THT restaurant. Free entrance English spoken

We would like to invite you to our upcoming event Gerilja Talks: Nancy Jouwe x Black Women in the Dutch Arts Scene. This first talk is part of gerilja/kurating’s new concept Gerilja Talks; a pop up platform that offers critical talks and discussion on issues relating to art, gender and race.

We have the pleasure and honor to kick off with researcher, curator and projectmanager Nancy Jouwe. She will talk about the valuable contributions that Black women have made to the Dutch arts scene, using the important book Caleidoscopische Visies (edited by Nancy Jouwe herself, Maayke Botman and Gloria Wekker) as a point of reference and departure.

We hope you find this topic just as interesting as we do. So come join us and please feel free to contribute to the discussion. We want to hear your thoughts!

Please send an email to info@gerilja.nl to sign up. Entrance is free, but limited seats are available.


Chandra Frank

Curator and PhD Candidate

Sarah Klerks

Nancy Jouwe

PhD candidate at Utrecht University