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This spring, De Pont presents an immersive and immersive exhibition by Laure Prouvost! Admire "IN THE MIST OF IT ALL, ABOVE FRONT TEARS" and find yourself to be guided through a dark and dystopian landscape to a bright, hopeful sky.
Annemijn Rijk is a choreographer and philosopher. With her latest production, Yellow Horizon, she hopes to take the audience fully into an experience: "It's about celebrating the intangible."
Frederike Luijten is a multidisciplinary maker, word artist and City Poet of Tilburg. This functional chaotic person meanders through then, now and later, from place to place and through dialects and languages. This is Frederike's story.
Tilburg-based creator Sandra Pham (23) has a chance to win a Young Impact Award in the Diversity category! In her first theatrical performance "Binnenvetter," she talks about her Vietnamese-Dutch background through spoken word, music and theater.
A shared love of dance and movement is the driving force behind Guilherme Miotto and Heleen Volman. With their choreographic platform Corpo Máquina Society, they bring Tilburg children and youth in contact with dancers, freerunners and other creators.
A father who draws and a son who writes. With this formula for success, Jeroen de Leijer and son Boris created the graphic novel "To Texas and Back. For Jeroen an attempt to get Boris out of bed and behind his phone.
Contemporary circus and dance collective TeaTime Company has dedicated its time to contemporary circus, serving up tasty performances like a slowly drawn cup of tea and giving audiences a taste of new flavors of acrobatics, object manipulation and dance.
Next week it's already time for Best Kept Secret! For three days, the festival grounds of the Beekse Bergen will be transformed into a Valhalla for music lovers. And this year, the Tilburg-based Kamerata Zuid is adding a special experience!
Lidi Toepoel sees Tilburg as the ideal setting for her films. The city offers an inspiring breeding ground with fascinating characters, stories, ideas and a valuable network. This is the story of a filmmaker making it in Tillywood.
Are you an artist? Then the municipality of Tilburg has a great art assignment for you. They are looking for an artist to design and create a work of art for the renovated Stadswinkel on Koningsplein.
Inspiration does not fall from the sky, it is in the street. Those who keep looking can pick it up in an instant and set something in motion. The living proof is Sidney Marte. As a living spark, he moves through Tilburg to light creative fires.
Marijn van der Laan, commercial director and partner at Cardan Technobility is clear about it: with the digital barriers that currently exist, many companies are missing out on opportunities.
Counting names like Ahold, Reed Elsevier and BAM among your regular clients, and working in crisis areas like Ukraine, Colombia, Lebanon and Afghanistan? That is the daily reality for the Tilburg-based company UNLOQ.
Real problems from real companies, where a solution from a student helps them move forward: that's true according to Erdinç Saçan, specialist and speaker on digital marketing, lecturer at Fontys ICT and practor at ROC Tilburg and more.
For Silicon Valley you no longer have to get on a plane, you just land around the corner. Spoorzone Tilburg offers plenty of room for visionaries, the experts of the future. With them, we cast a glance into the crystal ball.
Esther Croes was asked to work for Quiet in 2015: "After a career in the events and musical industry, I was looking for more meaning. Quiet immediately ignited that flame." Now there are already 9 Quiet Communities in the Netherlands.
Since 2012 artist and social-artistic entrepreneur Sander van Bussel travels around the world to have the 6773 letters of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights tattooed on 6773 people. Conceived in Tilburg. Read the story of Sander.
On 1 November 2004, Mariek van den Wildenberg (56), the mother of five children, two of whom were diagnosed with autism, went to the KVK. 15 years later JuniorCare is a company with 50 employees. Read her story here.
As an experienced executive, he has been working at Saint-Gobain Cultilene for 24 years (!). But he is never bored. "We - and the world - still have great challenges ahead of us!" Read his story about how he wants to change greenhouse horticulture.
Jacqueline van Eerd started her new career with the cultivation of oyster mushrooms. With ZuiderZwam she is part of the group of frontrunners in the field of circular economy and has already worked for Douwe Egberts!
The Great Club action can justifiably be called a piece of cultural heritage. Frank Molkenboer has been director for six years now: "Here in Tilburg are our roots and we are proud of that."
Manage your own business with your friends. Vincent van Laarhoven (25) has been doing this for a year and a half with friends he has known since high school. How cool is that! Read the story of Vincent.
Jan van Riel (53) wanted to do things differently. Just before the age of 50, he started his process towards innovative entrepreneurship. From being a fairly aimless hitchhiker when you're 50 years old, to growing with a successful innovative concept.