On September 26 the writer Maarten Maartens will be commemorated.
'Karel Martens: Monoprints' on view in the Display Case at the Carpenter Center from September 1 to November 1
Let’s bring Fairphone to the US and vote today for CEO Bas van Abel to talk at SXSW 2016
New York design office SO-IL reveals plans to conceive a concrete art gallery in Brooklyn
On August 28 Chef'Special will make their US debut with self-titled new EP and country-wide tour.
Guilie Castillo-Oriard presents 'The Miracle of Small Things' at the La Casa Azul Bookstore on September 2
Three Dutch films will be screened at this year's Woodstock Film Festival
Dutch short film 'Bloedhond' directed by Mees Peijnenburg will be screened at Rooftop Films on August 22
Corine Vermeulen is artist in residence at USFCAM and exhibits an installation of her photographs and accompanying stories from Aug 24 - Dec...
The Peabody Essex Museum will host a series of Strandbeest pop-ups in advance of the museum's fall headlining exhibition, Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen September 19
The traveling, group exhibition Direction/Instruction features work from Graphic Surgery, Lennard Schuurmans, OVNI and X-O (Hyland Mather) Aug 15-29
Shanti Ganesh will be an artist in residence at AIRspace in San Fransisco from August 15- January 15, 2016 to develop herself from...
Design Studio Edhv is part of the StereoType exhibition that travels the USA 2014-2016
Dutch Culture USA interviewed animators Auke de Vries and Ruth Taylor
Speechless, a new work by artistic duo Bik Van der Pol is on view at the Pérez Art Museum Miami from August 13...
On August 15 & 16 Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma will play concerts with the Cleveland Orchestra
G-Star, Pharrell Williams' Bionic Yarn, and Parley for the Oceans have transformed plastic containers recovered from ocean coastlines into high quality clothing for...
Dutch photographer Nick Helderman was asked by the Dutch Consulate to take pictures of the activities during Northside Festival 2015. Dutch Culture USA...
Amsterdam Canals: Through the Eyes of Cris Toala Olivares, now available in the U.S.
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