Calendar

1 Jul – 19 Jul 2020

Call(s) for graduates

Nest en Melkweg Expo@Public Space

Nest wants to invite all graduating students from the class of 2020 (BA/MA Fine Art) at all the Dutch art schools to submit an image of their graduation work for a city-wide exhibition in the public space of The Hague.

10 Jul – 2 Aug 2020

Fred Sandback: The measurement of space

Exhibition@Nest

In a time in which it is decided from above which space we occupy in relation to each other, Nest researches the interpretation of space by means of Fred Sandback: The Measurement of Space.

3 Sep – 22 Nov 2020

A Fair Share of Utopia

Exhibition@Nest and CBK Zuidoost

‘If you would die today and reincarnate one generation later, in what world would you want to be born, regardless of where or who you are?’ This is the question posed to the artists of ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ and inspired them to create new works for Nest and CBK Zuidoost.

3 Sep – 22 Nov 2020

Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn

Publicatie@Nest

The exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ is accompanied by the publication ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’, in which ten writers and nine artists explore the possibility of putting their own interests aside for a better world for future generations. They speculate about an unknown future of which they themselves are part.

21 Oct 2020

Verwend Nest / The Enchantment Special

Kinderworkshop@Nest

What if you were to come back into the world today and everything is still possible? What would that world look like, how would people live together and what would your home look like? Be inspired by the exhibition in Nest and create a model of your dream home!

Archive

18 Apr 2019

Mythocracy

Exhibition@Nest

Students of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague will respond to the exhibition History is His Story, which is dedicated to the intellectual legacy of musician, poet and visionair Sun Ra.

13 Apr 2019    19:00

Nacht van de Filosofie

Evenement@Nest

Vierde editie Nacht van de Filosofie Den Haag

12 Apr 2019    18:00

Do I dare disturb the universe?

Educatie@Nest

An educational experiment where photography students of The American School of the Hague were guided within their artistic process by artists Gino Anthonisse, Anouk van Klaveren, Dewi Bekker.

11 Apr 2019    19:00

StudentenNacht van de Filosofie

Evenement@Nest

Tijdens deze StudentenNacht op donderdagavond 11 april dagen we je als student uit om je eigengestuntel onder ogen te zien én te aanvaarden via lezingen en workshops filosofische vaardigheden.

10 Apr 2019

Keti Koti – Kunst en Dialoog Tafel

Event@Nest

During ‘History is His Story’ Nest celebrates Keti Koti in collaboration with the Keti Koti Table Foundation and visual artist Yair Callender in which we reflect on the abolition of slavery on 1 July 1863 and its consequences in today’s society.

28 Mar 2019    21:00

MisterRa, MisterRy, MisterMisery

Nest@Zaal 3

(Nederlands) Binnen het raamwerk van Sun Ra’s nalatenschap zullen 3 dichters, 2 acteurs 1 beeldend kunstenaar en 1 muzikant tijdens MisterRa, MisterRy, MisterMisery een hommage brengen en voortbouwen op het gedachtengoed van Sun Ra.

27 Mar 2019

Verwend Nest

Kinderworkshop@Nest

Doe een keer per maand mee aan een leuke workshop op woensdagmiddag, speciaal voor Verwende Nesten.

16 Mar 2019    17:00

Museumnacht Kids

Kinderworkshop@Nest

Doe mee met de Museumnacht Kids op 16 maart 2019. Om een toffe presentatie neer te zetten repeteren we al op zaterdag 9 maart.

15 Mar 2019    20:00

Dive into the future

Lezing@Nest

Dive into the future is a performance lecture in which Arna Mačkić, whose way of thinking and working is formed by Sun Ra, takes you on a journey through his inspiring body of thought.

15 Mar 2019    19:00

Hoogtij #56

Hoogtij@Nest

During Hoogtij #56 the exhibition History is His Story is open for visitors. At 20.00 pm the performance lecture Dive into the Future takes place.

6 Mar 2019

Verwend Nest / Special Edition ism Unheard Kids

Kinderworkshop@Nest

Verwend Nest en Unheard Kids, gaan samen aan de slag!

28 Feb 2019    20:00

Philosophical lecture ‘History is his story’

Lezing@Nest

Just like Sun Ra, philosopher Clara Bolle has a love for mythology. In this lecture she discusses the role and function of mythology from a Western philosophical perspective. She takes the story of the Odysseus as a guideline.

20 Feb 2019    13:30

Verwend Nest

Kinderworkshop@Nest

Nice workshop on Wednesday afternoon, especially for Verwende Nesten.

15 Feb – 14 Apr 2019

History is His Story

Exhibition@Nest

they say that history repeats itself
but history is only his story
you haven’t heard my story yet
my story is different from his story
my story is not part of history
because history repeats itself
but my story is endless it never repeats itself
why should it?

– Sun Ra

15 Feb 2019    20:00

Opening ‘History is His Story’

Opening@Nest

‘History is His Story’ is an international group exhibition that expands on the mythical world as described by the musician, poet and visionair, Sun Ra

10 Feb 2019    15:00

Lecture Vamba Sherif – The art of belonging

Nest@Migratie Museum

To conclude the exhibition The bricks that build a home, writer and journalist Vamba Sherif will give a lecture on the theme of “feeling at home”.

6 Feb – 10 Feb 2019

Nest op Art Rotterdam 2019

Nest@Art Rotterdam

(Nederlands) ‘Once we had the world backwards and forwards’ reflecteert op de status quo na het millennium, op de mens en zijn grote ambities en hoe klein de wereld is als je hem van veraf bekijkt. 

6 Feb 2019    18:00

Opening Art Rotterdam (by invitation)

Opening@Art Rotterdam

Once we had the world backwards and forwards’ reflects on the status quo after the millennium, on man and his great ambitions and how small the world is if you look at it from afar. During Art Rotterdam Nest will show 10 artists in a two-hour compilation of video art and YouTube outside at the Van Nellefabriek.

27 Jan 2019    15:00

Artist Talk – Amber Toorop en Quentley Barbara

Nest@Migratie Museum

On Sunday 27 January at 3 p.m., artists of the exhibition The bricks that build a home under moderation by Wim Manuhutu will talk about their motives, their work and how personal family stories, the themes identity, belonging and home play a role in this.

17 Jan 2019    19:30

Filosofisch Café ‘Lecture by Elize de Mul’

Lezing@Nest

Can you actually consider things by themselves? Apart from frameworks, tunnel visions and juniper expectations? The reason for this question is ‘Even if it’s Jazz or the quiet storm’, an exhibition in Nest without the usual coordinating story or unifying theme. For Filosofie in Den Haag and Nest, the exhibition ‘Even if it’s Jazz or the Quiet Storm’ is reason enough to invite writer and philosopher Elize de Mul to give a lecture. She wonders what it brings us, this encounter with things in itself. What do they show us? The mystery? The world in itself?

16 Jan 2019    13:30

Verwend Nest

Kinderworkshop@Nest

Nice workshop on Wednesday afternoon, especially for Verwende Nesten.

14 Jan 2019    17:00

Nieuwjaarsborrel 2019

Feest@Nest

(Nederlands) Proost, Santé, Cheers!

Op 14 januari 2019 toasten wij samen op het nieuwe jaar. Kom je ook?

13 Jan 2019    15:00

Lecture Simone Zeefuik – A building made of people

Nest@Migratie Museum

On Sunday 13 January 2019, writer and organiser Simone Zeefuik will give a lecture “A building made of people” in which she will talk about belonging; the human need to be part of a group or ‘greater whole’. Like home and identity, this concept is central to the exhibition ‘The bricks that build a home’, on display at the Migration Museum until 20 January 2019.

16 Dec 2018    15:00

Performance Anaïs Lopez – The Migrant

Nest@Migratie Museum

On Sunday December 16th between 14.45 – 16.00 hours, artist Anaïs López offers thirty visitors of the exhibition “The bricks that build a home” a unique experience with her live performance ‘The Migrant’ in the Migration Museum.

15 Dec 2018

Verwend Nest

Kinderworkshop@Nest

Verwend Nest Workshop voor kinderen van 6 tot 12 jaar Doe mee aan een leuke workshop op woensdagmiddag, speciaal voor Verwende Nesten. We gaan eerst in de tentoonstelling kijken en daarna ga je zelf aan de slag. woensdag 16 november groep 1: 13:30 – 15:00 uur groep 2: 15.30 – 17.00 uur

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