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Thursday, Daria Scagliola (architectural photographer) is ZoHo-guest in Kriterion Rotterdam. Evening in Dutch. ... See MoreSee Less

Zoho-gasten met Daria Scagliola

November 20, 2014, 8:30pm

Kriterion Rotterdam

Welkom bij ZoHo-gasten; een live versie van Zomergasten door en voor Rotterdammers.In deze eerste editie ontmoeten we Daria Scagliola, Rotterdams fotografe met Napolitaanse roots. En dat gaan we zi...

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Launch of OASE #93 in Rotterdam by Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam. ... See MoreSee Less

OASE #93 Launch with screening Robinson in Ruins

November 20, 2014, 7:30pm

Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam

OASE #93 Journal for Architecture will be presented accompanied with the screening of the film Robinson in Ruins (Patrick Keiller, UK 2010). Michiel Dehaene and Claudia Faraone will introduce the fil...

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It was again a great evening of Inspiring Films at Kriterion Rotterdam with AFFR and Inspiring Cities.

Tonight on the High Line with Peter Veenstra of Lola landscape architects. Thanks for joining! (3 photos)
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13 November 2014Inspiring Films: The High Line

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This week the Rotterdam Maaskant Prize will be awarded to landscape architect Piet Oudolf, who is known for his garden and landscape designs, among others the High Line in New York. There are currently two films in production on the work of Piet Oudolf, at least one of them will be shown during the AFFR […]

16 October 2014Inspiring Films: Markthal Special – Budapest

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Food Markets – In the Belly of the City: Budapest (Stefano Tealdi, 2013) (English and Hongarian (dubbed in English)) On the occassion of the opening of the Rotterdam Markhal we screen a documentary about the Central Market Hall of Budapest. Lesser known then the Istanbul bazar or La Boqueria in Barcelona, but maybe even more […]

19 September 2014Park(ing) Day 2014

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Providing temporary public open space . . . one parking spot at at time. PARK(ing) Day is a annual open-source global event where citizens, artists and activists collaborate to temporarily transform metered parking spaces into “PARK(ing)” spaces: temporary public places. The project began in 2005 when Rebar, a San Francisco art and design studio, converted […]

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CityPoem 49 – Utrecht

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A poem reacting to its site, opposite Utrecht Central Station. Known by many travelers arriving by train. Written by one of the city’s most important poets.Utrecht CityPoem: En hoe verder hij ging… (‘And the further he went…’), Cornelius Carolius…

Mark Jenkins: street art from Washington D.C.

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What is your reaction when you see a man with his head in a wall? What would you do when you see a woman asleep (?) or worse (?!) with her face in a plate in an ‘all you can…

Art in Dublin’s Urban and Suburban Open Spaces

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The Potential for Art in Urban and Suburban Open Space is often contended that there are not enough opportunities to engage with art in Dublin.Although the infrastructure for producing and exhibiting art in our city is currently expanding at…

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To share our inspiration we use this website, new media such as the Inspiring Cities Facebook page where you can ‘like us’ to stay up to date, or the LinkedIn group of which you can become a member. Other methodologies we use are book reviews, interviews and films.

Rotterdam week 8 questions – 49: Jacques van Heijningen

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When you drive with your car and pass the van Brienenoordbridge, you are happy to be almost home. Inspiring Cities interviewed Jacques van Heijningen. Jacques van Heijningen is the director of the Rotterdam Fund for Film and Audiovisual media. He…

Rotterdam week 8 questions – 2: Natal da Graça

The chaos theory as a metaphor for Rotterdam, and other thoughts by the Managing Director of BestDutch. 1. How do you describe Rotterdam to people in other countries? What are the qualities of the city? Why are they so good?…

Rotterdam week 8 questions – 29: Lennert Goemans

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I think Rotterdam lacks the atmosphere and image of a metropole.1. How do you describe Rotterdam to people in other countries. What are the qualities of the city. Why are they so good? It’s a city with a waterfront;…