february, 2019

24feb11:0013:00Kamera KulturaTickets € 15,-

Details program:

Please note: Dutch will be the main language during this programme, unless international guests are being interviewed.

In 2019, Jellie Brouwer (radio presenter of NTR Kunststof) will once again welcome inspiring, socially active guests as part of the Kamera Kultura programme, giving you the chance to enjoy a delicious brunch served in the Juni Café.

In 2018, Ana Rocha won the Dutch Design Award in the category ‘Habitat’. This Portuguese-Dutch architect, who lives and works in The Hague, hit the headlines with her design for an ingenious, sustainable micro-home known as ‘Slim Fit’. The prototype of the wooden house measuring just fifty square metres was built at the Tiny Housing building manifestation in Almere Poort. This three-storey home is a remarkable vertical phenomenon, which stands out between the other mainly single-storey concepts. Ana will join Jellie to discuss her ideas.

If we stop producing clothes altogether, we will still have enough garments to wear something different every day for the next ten years. So could we provide machines with a fashion sense and use them to distribute second-hand clothing via the internet? This is the basic premise of the ‘2nd-hand stylist’ project created by Gaspard Bos. Jellie will interview this industrial designer, artist and founder of New State of Matter: a design initiative aiming to transform the world by redefining what is important, and fundamentally change the relationship between people and things by turning traditional business and production models upside-down.

After having written short stories, essays, theatre scripts and a novella entitled De jongen, het stof, Lotte Lentes is currently working on her debut novel which is due to be published in 2019 by Uitgeverij Cossee. The budding young author has already been selected for a number of international talent programmes and development projects. A short story written by Lotte will be read out during Kamera Kultura.

The driving ambition of Agnieszka Papierska and Paulina van de Pavert, who perform as Duo Alla Classica, is to bring classical music to a wider public. These two graduates from the Royal Conservatoire, The Hague use their violin and cello skills to entice audiences with light classical music that is easy on the ear.

Photo: site Ana Rocha.

Time

sunday 24 february 11:00 - sunday 24 february 13:00

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