Uit Het Gareel
Hosted by: Uit Het Gareel
Local art platform for young and promising contemporary artists Uit Het Gareel returns to The Grey Space for an event packed with art and music.
The Grey Space is one of three locations of this year’s Uit Het Gareel Festival. At every location they open up a new expo with art from young, local artists. The program features resident artists, music, an art tour and an art market. This edition is themed Far Away Places. Ten artists present their interpretation of a far away place. The grand opening of the festival is at The Grey Space followed by a tour along Zèta and Paardcafé. The tour ends with closing party in the basement of The Grey Space.
At The Grey Space you can see a group exhibition with work by Dünya Atay, Glitterstudio, Marina Heuvelman, Jawgem, Marieke Matthijs, Anna Nunes, Studio Poca, Erwin Verkade and Niels Weerheim.
- 18.00-00.00 Exhibition (cafe opens at 12.00)
- 19.00 Opening and start tour
Music hosted by Studio Mammoet
- 18.00-20.00 Harald Uunk & Loek Frey
- 20.00-22.00 Robert Ravelli
- 22.00-00.00 Gymnasty
- 22.00-23.00 Some Saturn
- 23.00-00.00 Doktoro
- 12.00-17.00 Exhibition
Music hosted by Espresso Records
- 12.00-13.00 Ome Steef
- 13.00-14.00 Alain Groove
- 14.00-15.00 Ginger Ill
- 15.00-16.00 Human Nature DJ
- 16.00-17.00 Grass Harp
- 12.00-17.00 Vintage clothing and vinyl shop by Atelier Kos and Espresso Records
Studio Poca’s Julie de Ruijter (also part of Uit Het Gareel’s expo) will present Totem – an artistic reasearch project in collaboration with artist Beer van Geer – later this month at The Grey Space. From 24 October until 3 November they invite you to come and create a personal Totem based on your heart rhythm data.
The Grey Space and Uit Het Gareel participate in The Hague’s annual pop music festival De Haagse Popweek (The Hague Pop Week). During the week music from The Hague is highlighted throughout many venues in the city. Expect workshops and performances by established names as well as upcoming and undiscovered talent.
This event is supported by the City of The Hague, Fonds 1818, Cultuurschakel and The Grey Space in the Middle.