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February 1, 2014

Open Studios, book launch, and Bonte Avond

Piet Zwart Institute

Image courtesy of Piet Zwart Institute.

Open Studios, 1pm–4pm
Book launch, COOKIE! by Jan Verwoert, 4:30pm-6:30pm
Bonte Avond, 7–9pm
After, hosted by Blu Heron Social Club, from 10pm

The Master of Fine Art at the Piet Zwart Institute is pleased to announce our 2014 Open Studios, an occasion during Art Rotterdam week for visitors to see the work of emerging artists and engage directly with them about their practices.

This year, Open Studios will be accompanied by a tea-time launch of core PZI MFA tutor Jan Verwoert’s new book COOKIE!, followed by Bonte Avond, a durational program performed, screened, and presented by artists enrolled in the Master of Fine Art.

Open Studios and Bonte Avond, featuring Liz Allan, Sol Archer, Maarten Bel, Sighle Bhreathnach-Cashell, Tiffin Breen, Susanna Browne, Sabrina Chou, Philip Ewe, Christian Hansen, Ann Maria Healy, Hannah James, Graham Kelly, Hunter Longe, Perri MacKenzie, Alice Mendelowitz, Machteld Rullens, Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki, Sriwhana Spong, Roos Wijma & Micha Zweifel

COOKIE! by Jan Verwoert, edited by Vivian Sky Rehberg and Marnie Slater, designed in Rotterdam by Nienke Terpsma, and published by Piet Zwart Institute and Sternberg Press, 2013 (ISBN 978-3-956790-29-4). For book orders, please contact [email protected].

From 10pm an after-party will be hosted by the Blu Heron Social Club, an occasional salon night, located in the historic Rotterdam bar M’n Schoonmoeders, Pieter de Hoochstraat 20a-b, 3024 CS. More information about the Blu Heron Social Club here: www.b1uh3r0ns0c1a1c1u8.org

The Piet Zwart Institute, which is part of the Willem de Kooning Academy and Hogeschool Rotterdam, has four Master courses: Fine Art, Interior Architecture and Retail Design, Media Design & Communication, and Art Education. All are founded on a shared interest in the complex social, cultural and political underpinnings of each discipline. Through a uniquely tailored curriculum combining collective learning, individual tutorial attention, practice-based research and theoretical enquiry, our courses educate professionals who have a critically reflective, innovative, questioning, and imaginative approach to their work. Our graduates not only establish themselves in their field, but also challenge and creatively define the perimeters of their profession.

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