Tickets
NL
Festival Pass
€80
Thursday, 19 Sep
Festival Opening Event
De Electriciteits Fabriek *
19:00 - 23:00
Exibition Opening / Performance / Afterparty
Friday, 20 Sept
Festival Day 1
De Electriciteits Fabriek
12:00 - 00:00
Exhibition / Context
Theather aan het Spui
18:00 - 00.00
AV Shows
Paard + Het Magazijn
23:00 - 06:00
Music / Club
Saturday, 21 Sept
Festival Day 2
De Electriciteits Fabriek
12:00 - 00:00
Exhibition / Context
Theather aan het Spui
18:00 - 00.00
AV Shows
Paard + Het Magazijn
23:00 - 06:00
Music / Club
Sunday, 22 Sept
Festival Day 3
De Electriciteitsfabriek
(13:00 - 00:00)

Exhibition / Context (13:00 - 17:00 )
Concert / Afterparty (19:00 - 00:00)
TodaysArt
Festival
2019
19-22 Sept
The Hague
NL

timetable

program

  • AV / Tech Shows
  • Music
  • Art
  • Context
  • Thu 19
  • Fri 20
  • Sat 21
  • Sun 22
  • De Electriciteitsfabriek
  • Theater a/h Spui
  • Paard
  • Het Magazijn
MusicArt
Presented with Arts Council Mongolia.
Installation & DJ set
Context
Satellite Program
Presented with NEST

venues

De Electriciteitsfabriek

Address: De Constant Rebecqueplein 20

This year's Exhibition and Context program, will take place at the monumental industrial building de Electriciteitsfabriek (the Electricity Factory), in both the turbine hall and theatre hall Zaal 3. In addition to the festival program, pay a visit to the exhibition space of our partner NEST right next door.

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Theater aan het Spui

Address: Spui 187

The Hague's contemporary theatre is home to TodaysArt's 2019 live AV shows and performances, taking place in two halls, the foyer and the theatre studio. The theatre will also host part of the Context program and several artworks.

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Paard

Address: Prinsegracht 12

The Hague's music venue PAARD will set the stage for a major part of the music performances and club program of TodaysArt 2019. The venue was designed by Rem Koolhaas in 2003.

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info

Practical Information

Information on ticketing, venues and accommodation.

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Press

Are you a journalist, blogger or photographer? Find all information about TodaysArt 2019 here, including press kit, press archive, accreditation form and contact information.

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Volunteers

We welcome volunteers to make our anniversary edition one to remember. We are looking for people who want to help us before, during and after the festival.

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Network

TodaysArt is the proud member of Blockchain My Art and two networks supported by the Creative Europe program of the European Union: SHAPE and We Are Europe.

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About

TodaysArt is a trans-disciplinary and international platform for art, music and technology. It operates as a non-profit agency and network organization.

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Contact

TodaysArt
Weimarstraat 1E
2562 GM Den Haag
The Netherlands

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Soundcloud
Vimeo
Organization website

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Archive

Impressions from our previous editions 2005-2018

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partners

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De Electriciteitsfabriek

12:00 - 0:00 Exhibition Open

De Electriciteitsfabriek - Turbine Hall

Theater aan het Spui - Foyer

19:00 STREAM: Douglas Rushkoff
18:45 STREAM: Wethouder Cultuur Den Haag
21:15 Katharina Ernst

PAARD Small Stage

23:30 Doors open
3:30 Bamba Pana & Makaveli
2:00 Sentimental Rave
1:00 Oktober Lieber
0:00 PAUL

PAARD Main Stage

Het Magazijn

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Book Presentation: A Critical History of Media Art in The Netherlands

Context
fri 17:15 - 18:30
Zaal 3
Book Presentation: A Critical History of Media Art in The Netherlands

A Critical History of Media Art in the Netherlands: Platforms, Policies, Technologies offers an in-depth exploration of Dutch media art from 1985 onwards from many different perspectives. Through early access to the Internet, state subsidies and dedicated institutions and festivals, a vivid counter-cultural environment and a cosmopolitan artistic and intellectual scene the Netherlands hold a unique position in regards to the development of media art. At TodaysArt, publisher Jap Sam Books will provide a preview of this new book.

The book is of interest to those both within and outside media art: to individual artists, researchers, art historians, art institutes, art museums, curators and students in the field of art, art history, new media and visual culture.

With text contributions by many different authors, the work is introduced by four chapters that retrace the main events and actors (governmental institutions, festivals and other art venues, artists and curators) of media art over the past 30-plus years. The volume is divided into five parts that examine different aspects of the media art scene. The inception and subsequent developments of video and digital art, as well as their critical and institutional reception, the hacker/squatter/maker scene in all its different guises, activist stances (particularly in regards to mass media), combined with the material, cultural and infrastructural conditions that allowed the expansion of these art forms, explorations and expressions, are all thoroughly examined in generously illustrated essays, written by artists, scholars, curators and critics.

Attention is also given to CD-ROM and net art, VJing, sonic arts, television, robotics and live cinema, mapping a complex and fascinating artistic geography at the borders of technology, politics and counter-cultures.

The book was made possible with the generous support of the Creative Industries Fund NL, the Mondriaan Fund, LIMA and V2_.
During the presentation you can pre-order the book for €35.-, regular selling price of the book after release €39,95.

Find a teaser of the book here!