The Studio - Marijn van Kreij - Be part of our art

Start date

Wednesday, 1 Feb 2017, 00:00

End date

Friday, 31 Mar 2017, 00:00

From February 1 to March 31, 2017 the studio - artist Marijn van Kreij can be seen In the Erasmus Gallery at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. In this temporarily studio the artist is really going to work and invite over a period of two weeks, students and university staff to come and work with him in the project – be part of our art’.

Create a tile for the renewed University Library in the artist’s studio!

New art works will be created for the renewed University Library Erasmus University. A large work of art measuring 3 x 15 metres and comprised of approximately 1000 hand-painted tiles will be installed close to the new entrance on Institutenlaan, on the conversion floor. Artist Marijn van Kreij will launch the project ‘The Studio’ on the Woudestein Campus to realise this work. Students and employees are warmly invited to his temporary studio to contribute to the creation of this work of art. Drop in to Marijn’s studio in the Erasmus Gallery between 11:00 and 17:00 on weekdays from 6 through 17 February and take part!

“To realise this work of art I would like to invite you to be part of the creation process. From Monday 6 February through Friday 17 February I’ll be working every day in the Erasmus Gallery. I’d like your help in painting the clay tiles with the same image. The personal gesture of the hand and variations within the repetitive theme are an important part of this work. Following a short introduction to the glazing technique, each participant can paint two tiles. The entire process takes about 15 to 30 minutes. It’s a unique opportunity to help create a work of art that will be exhibited permanently in the new University Library.” – Marijn van Kreij

More information

Erasmus Gallery (corridor Theil to Erasmus Building) open Mon - Fri 09:00 to 18:00

The studio - Marijn van Kreij: February 1 to March 31

Walk-in times – be part of our art: 6-17 February, Mon–Fri 11:00-17:00
Participation time: 15-30 min.

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