Models for Humanity

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Sat 21 April 2018 15:00 - 18:00

On the 21st of April 2018 Bachelor Graphic Design students of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) presented the exhibition Models for Humanity in Theater Amsterdam on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International Nederland, attended by His Royal Highness King Willem Alexander. During the ceremony, athlete and inspiring activist Colin Kaepernick has been honoured with Amnesty International’s Ambassador of Conscience Award for 2018.

Models for Humanity

The future of Human Rights according to 49 young designers

Models for Humanity is an exhibition of 21 projects developed during a semester-long collaboration between the Graphic Design department and the Dutch section of Amnesty International. The exhibition was on display during the 2018 Ambassador of Conscience Award festivities at Theater Amsterdam and opened by King Willem-Alexander.

With work by Artúr Andrási, Katsiaryna Banar, Leith Benkhedda, Marc van den Berg, Kylièn Bergh, Louis Braddock Clarke, Martijn Brakenhoff, Roderick Cornelissen, Kiki Coster, Mariam Darchiashvili, Linsey Dolleman, Dana Doorenbos, Hugo Dumont, Carmen Dusmet Carrasco, Manon Féval, Dominika Fojtíková, Armands Freibergs, Verena Hahn, Frank Hemmekam, Jan Husstedt, Rully Irawan, Bohwa Jang, Denise Jansen, Rebecca Joly, Sophia de Jong, Pien Kars, Christina Kordunian, Risto Kujanpää, Peter van Langen, Auke Lansink, Fien Leeflang, Kin Mun Chong, Wietske Nutma, Greta Radzevičiūtė, Samantha van Roosenbeek, Evy van Schelt, Theresa Scherrer, Tyrone Schorrer, Samuel Snyder, Cato Stigter, Yeon Sung, Rhodé Tavenier, Nina van Tuikwerd, Carolina Valente Pinto, Esther Vane, Wannes Vrijs, Alfonso Yordi Martinez, Rossi Yotova en Zuzanna Zgierska

The exhibition will be presented to the public in other venues during the coming months. Dates and locations will be announced soon.

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Date

Sat 21 April 2018 15:00 - 18:00

Location

Theater Amsterdam

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