An audiovisual summary of the 9th edition of the TodaysArt Festival in The Hague, which took place on 27 + 28 September in the former ministry of interior and kingdom relations (binnenlandse zaken) and the Atrium of the City Hall.
Binnenlandse Zaken opened until 27 October
In case you missed the TodaysArt 2013 exhibition and would still like to visit the former ministry building, Binnenlandse Zaken will be opened until the 27th of October.
Nanda from DOTS Magazine sent us some info regarding the upcoming relaunch of DOTS Magazine this Friday (27th)
To get in the mood for TodaysArt 2013 we go over the festival with some of the artists within the program. Today: 2562.
WeTransfer supports TodaysArt
We had a little chat with Nalden, founder of our preferred online file-transferring platform WeTransfer who once again supports TodaysArt.
First European concert Mohammed Assaf
Palestinian singer Mohammed Assaf, winner of the TV talent contest Arab Idols, will perform in The Hague on Sunday the 29th of September. The special concert marks the first time that the artist performs outside of the Middle East and North-Africa.
In Memoriam: Dick Raaijmakers (1930 – 2013)
We were very sad to hear about the passing of Dick Raaijmakers yesterday, September 5th.
Festival paper out now
This paper offers an overview of the diverse program the festival has to offer this year. There will be no lengthy dead-tree program catalogue. Read on. Be inspired. See you in September!
First details exhibition announced
TodaysArt is very pleased to present its most innovative and exciting arts program to date with works balancing on the borders of visual art, e-culture, science, technology, design and architecture.
New ticket options
This year, besides the regular Weekend or Day tickets, we offer the option to buy venue based tickets for the City Hall (Atrium), Club or Exhibition and Symposium programs.