ProgramNov 6, 2021 - Dec 12, 2021 | Albert van Abbehuis, Eindhoven, NL
From 13.00 you are invited to come and visit the exhibition. As this is a walkthrough event. No “coronatoegangsbewijs” (QR code) is required.
Albert van Abbehuis
Art Space in Eindhoven
Demonstration Photo Etching
Giorgos Pallis will present in a hands on demonstration how photo etchings are prepared. It visualise how sensitive the process is and how much this process is an art in itself.
Sunday, 13.30 – 14.30
Portraits of women, surviving human trafficking
Embracing and supporting them, during their struggles and surviving.
Sunday, 15.00 – 17.00
Poeziëmiddag / Poetry Reading
We are pleased to present the Eindhoven PoetryClub. The recited pieces will be fitting to the exhibition, artist and the topics of “Small Odysseys”.
Sunday, 14.00 – 15.00
“Bekend maakt bemind” – in conversation with a refugee, Guests: Hasan and Erik Kuiper
With the project “Bekend make bemind” you will have the opportunity to talk to a refugee and he or she gets a stage. The refugee can tell his or her personal story: why he or she fled and what it is like to build a new life in the Netherlands.
Friday, 19.00 – 20.30
ONLINE – A beautiful journey
Asyndesis and parataxis are not just psychiatric or philological terms. They denote a latent but primordial way of living. It is the difference between connection (syndesis) and coexistence (asyndesis). This other way of living (and dying) will be elaborated upon with examples from poetry, everyday life and psychotherapy.
Breaking the silence – Lecture
The Holocaust memorialization in Thessaloniki
Join on location at: Albert van Abbehuis, Bilderdijklaan 19, Eindhoven
Renna Melina Elfrink (MA)
Book Reading for children – Odysseus myth for children
Homers Odyssey broken down to child friendly pieces underlined with vivid illustrations. Read in English, Greek and Dutch. For children from 5 years old.
Keynote by Sandra Schindler, Intercultural Communications and Education expert from InterCulturas
Followed by Panel Conversation with artists and looking forward to the exhibition to come.