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.
Sunday, Feb. 4, at Pathé Tilburg Stappegoor is the premiere of Life of Gemma: The brand new comedy series created by Lonne Gosling and Twan van Bragt. Starting in March, the series can be seen on Youtube via Lonne's Movie Channel and Omroep Tilburg.
Discover art and time at "Rewriting the Future." Guest curator Niek Hendrix celebrates PARK's 10th anniversary with a unique exhibition. Be inspired by artists exploring the boundaries of time and imagination.
On Friday, December 15, the Tilburgse Creatieprijs will again be awarded to a Tilburg creator, person or organization whose creation has made a significant contribution to the city. These are the final three contenders for the Tilburgse Creatieprijs 2023!
Those who are creative can experience obstacles. With the NONOISE initiative, Jeroen Opstelten and Tyas d'Hont want to remove noise in the creative process of young creators. We spoke with Jeroen about how he uses his experiences to help others.
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.
DansBrabant and PARK ar celebrating their tenth anniversary and that should be celebrated. Tilburg choreographer Kristel van Issum, filmmaker Martin Kers and composer Han Stubbe spent two years polishing life-size portraits of women.
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.
From October 17 to 22, Tilburg will once again be immersed in the enchanting world of the 013 Cinecitta International FilmFestival (013 CIFF), and this time already the fifth edition!
The Online Photomusuem Tilburg has officially opened, a brand new online platform that combines the beauty of photography art and the rich heritage of our Tilburg region. So this museum can be visited online from any location.
Murf/Murw is an interdisciplinary city festival for experimental culture. Once again, Murf/murw offers an exciting and colorful program on various stages in downtown Tilburg!
Starting September 16, De Pont museum presents two core artists with brand new work! Thomas Schütte shows his architectural models from the legendary Westkunst exhibition and Stan Douglas combines color photographs about cultural resistance.
Discover the past decade of art in one exhibition at PARK. 'X' celebrates a decade of diversity. Festive opening on Sept. 9 at 4 p.m. in Tilburg!
Photographer Wiesje Peels traveled for seven weeks with her bicycle through the Brabant landscape to pay tribute to the historical work of Martien Coppens. Behind her bicycle she hung her own mobile darkroom: the DoKar.
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.
Art collective unflatables will create the artwork for the renovated City Store on Koningplein! "It will be a gigantic hanging work of art with surprising references to maker city Tilburg."
Tilt Festival is back! And how. On September 23 the literary festival returns to theater De Nieuwe Vorst. At this tenth edition you will meet the big names of tomorrow and see well-known writers as you have never seen them before.
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.
On Wednesday, July 3, the second round of the Makersfonds 2023 opens! With this funding, the Municipality of Tilburg wants to offer direct support to makers in arts and culture in the city.
Starting this month, Ateliers Tilburg's residency project has begun in an empty building at Stadhuisplein 327. At that location, starting in June, different makers will be at work every month, interacting with the city.
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.
From 1 April, Lucho Smit will become the new artistic director of Festival Circolo, the largest festival for contemporary circus in the Netherlands. He will take over from Wendy Moonen.
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.
The Prince Bernhard Culture Fund North Brabant is opening a special scheme for new makers. The New Makers scheme aims to offer creative professionals space, time and confidence to fully focus for a continuous period.
The Cultural Participation Fund is looking for artistic and/or heritage activities at neighbourhood and district level that help promote the mental health of young people (aged 12 to 27). Do you have a good plan? Then read on!