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Wanted: festival lovers for TodaysArt

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The eight edition of TodaysArt Festival is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help! Before, during and after the festival.

TodaysArt is an annual international and multidisciplinary festival for contemporary creativity. This year TodaysArt will take you on a two days journey through a undiscovered landscape with music, art, dance and things to explore. The festival takes place on 21 and 22 September and will be around Spuiplein.

Assembly, dismantling and the festival

Besides all the help that the organisation needs during the festival, they are especially looking for enthusiastic and powerfull people for the construction of two amazing art works (12 – 20 September). The week before the festival will be at least as interesting as the festival itself. 

Volunteers are working on two big arts projects. The ‘Vortex’ is a huge temporary pavilion designed by the architects of Raumlabor from Berlin. It is made from a heap of discarded everyday objects from the people in the Hague. 

In the Atrium of the City Hall will be working on 'Waste Landscape'.  A project what excists out of 65.000 cd’s wich will be used to make a landscape of 500 square meters.
Want to join TodaysArt Festival? Email or call to Moos Belkom: vrijwilligers@todaysart.nl or +31 (0) 6 24520615.

In the Atrium of the City Hall will be working on 'Waste Landscape'.  A project what excists out of 65.000 cd’s wich will be used to make a landscape of 500 square meters.

Want to join TodaysArt Festival? Email or call to Moos Belkom: vrijwilligers@todaysart.nl or +31(0)6-24520615.



 
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