‘Veel Rotterdamse kinderen vinden het niet meer bijzonder dat ze met de hele wereld in de klas zitten’. Volgens stadssocioloog Iliass El Hadioui is het tijd dat superdiversiteit ook binnen de instituten genormaliseerd wordt. Live Screening VPRO Tegenlicht "Tijd voor Superdiversiteit" on Sunday 28 October 2018 from 20:30-22:30 hrs - Gemaal op Zuid, Pretorialaan 141, Rotterdam
Introducing Gazzda furniture, all items are handmade in Bosnia-Herzegovina in collaboration with various local craftswoman and men. Read more about Gazzda and explore the full catalogue for house, bedroom, kitchen, development projects and office.
Moving to The Commune, located at the heart of Rotterdam’s “makers district”, and belongs to a wide network of companies and institutions reaching beyond the creative industries. It particularly focuses on social innovation, via local missions proposed to its members for the benefit of the city and beyond. Visiting possible from 1 October 2018 - Keilestraat 5A, Rotterdam
Curated for Het Gemaal op Zuid in collaboration with Stichting Lalibela. The film 'Black Venus' (2010) is an intense portrait of the life of South-African born Saartje Baartmaan. Baartmaan became a symbol of 19th century European racial doctrine and was exhibited throughout Europe. The film vividly depicts her pain and humiliation through a gaze and tempo rarely seen in cinema. French-Algerian director Abellatif Kechiche also directed renowned masterpieces such as La Vie d’Adèle (2013) and La Graine et le Mulet (2007) As a prelude the film there will be a diner inspired by African cuisine. Lalibela, a foundation specialised in vegetarian world cuisine, and its fantastic chefs will provide a diner before the film and a desert afterward. After the film screening there will...