On April 8 2022, Cultureel Podium Lutherse Kerk Maastricht - one of Maastricht best kept secrets - will open its doors for the first time during Museumnacht Maastricht. A hidden gem in the heart of the city of Maastricht that offers a heavenly stage for exhibitions, concerts, performances and more with the aim of bringing people and different cultures together.
During Museumnacht Maastricht, the Lutherse Kerk will be transformed into a stage for young art and performing talent. Het Huis voor de Kunsten Limburg, SALLY Dansgezelschap Maastricht, Studio Talent, and VIA ZUID - Talentontwikkeling podiumkunsten Limburg will present a program full of heavenly art snacks by (performing) artists from, or trained in, Limburg. Let your mind be enlightened by visual arts, performances, music, dance and more!
House of Talent
Het Huis voor de Kunsten Limburg showcases four young visual artists from their talent development project The Known Artist. SALLY Dansgezelschap Maastricht will present two short choreographies from DANSLAB on Tour #1. Studio Talent puts the spotlight on the four young talents. And VIA ZUID ... Read more »
Rosa Vrij: HUIS
Since 2017, Rosa Vrij has been conducting artistic research regarding the relationship between the body and architecture. During Museumnacht Maastricht, she will show a preview of the publication that will be published ... Read more »
Josine Vissers: Luxury, Beauty, Respect, Freedom. What is it you need?
Josine Visser's work reflects on the influence of vulnerable target groups by lifestyle media and how this is presented in an innocent framework of language, image and commerce. Using the same sweet language as that of the source, she criticizes the status quo of age and ... Read more »
Juul Lit: Saints and Sinners
With the illustrative series Saints and Sinners, Juul examines the connections between the role of women and the influence of money within the Catholic Church. During Museumnacht Maastricht, this series will be presented in a specific context, allowing for a new interpretation of its meaning. If you ... Read more »
Elisa Verkoelen: over thuis
Elisa explores the theme of 'being at home' in word and image and thus provides a glimpse into her (ongoing) process. Her research started from dreams about the house she grew up in as a child. In the form of a small exhibition she shares her fascination with coming home, physicality, homesickness ... Read more »
Thirza Riphagen: Offline
Preview/Various performances during the night > Social media. This worldwide phenomenon has become an integral part of our lives. Since the arrival of the smartphone, it is present everywhere, and all the time, which has quite an impact on our behaviour. How many times a day do you check your phone? ... Read more »
Roshanak Morrowatian: MASK
Preview/Various performances during the night > What kind of mask are you wearing today? Nowadays, it seems we have to constantly perform and meet certain expectations. Showing your true face is way too scary. We'd much rather hide behind photos with great filters. In MASK, Roshanak invites the ... Read more »
Get to know Lee Janssen (19 years old) during Museumnacht Maastricht. Lee's life has been a rollercoaster but art has always stayed with them. Showing and presenting their work has been a dream ever since Lee could hold a pencil. Lee looks forward to meeting you all during the ... Read more »
Get to know Kiki Moors (22 years old) during Museumnacht Maastricht. Kiki uses photography and digital image design as her medium, allowing her to create an understanding of things, to get to the soul of a place, and to feel more at home along the way. It is her second skin, inextricably linked to ... Read more »
Meet Juulke Essers (20 years old). From an early age, Juulke has been fascinated by drawing, lines and details. He studies art in Genk and is currently researching various techniques to further shape his creative expressions. Next year, he will continue his journey within art ... Read more »
Roshanak Morrowatian: Kites
Preview/Various performances during the night > The interdisciplinary dance performance Kites takes the isolated space of an asylum seekers' center as its starting point. A place where children grow up in 'limbo', between past and future. Kites is a choreographic translation which allows the ... Read more »
King Sisters: Rebuilding a voice
Preview/Various performances during the night > In Rebuilding a voice, three sisters deconstruct the voice in search of polyphony. Through sound and physical play, the King Sisters open up new forms, inspired by contemporary music genres from classic, jazz to pop. By doing so, they expose the ... Read more »
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