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033Rietveld Pavilion = 3 x Art: Making - Exhibiting - Experiencing

The Rietveld Pavilion is an art hall for everyone, where art is made, exhibited and experienced, and is itself cultural heritage.

The RIETVELD "ATLIER" provides space for changing artists-in-residence who create work for and during an exhibition, and for photographers who collaborate with visual artists to create new work for an exhibition.

The RIETVELD KUNSTZAAL annually shows six major exhibitions of six weeks each on the themes of City and World, People and Relationships, Art and Heritage. In addition, there are short-term exhibitions from, for example, the Art Viewing Days, the City Gallery (Sons&Daughters) and from art schools.

The RIETVELD PODIUM turns each exhibition into an experience with performances by musicians, theater groups and dance companies, discussion nights and a monthly Culture Café with two young presenters in a talk show setting surrounded by the exhibition.

The Rietvel...

033Rietveld Pavilion = 3 x Art: Making - Exhibiting - Experiencing

The Rietveld Pavilion is an art hall for everyone, where art is made, exhibited and experienced, and is itself cultural heritage.

The RIETVELD "ATLIER" provides space for changing artists-in-residence who create work for and during an exhibition, and for photographers who collaborate with visual artists to create new work for an exhibition.

The RIETVELD KUNSTZAAL annually shows six major exhibitions of six weeks each on the themes of City and World, People and Relationships, Art and Heritage. In addition, there are short-term exhibitions from, for example, the Art Viewing Days, the City Gallery (Sons&Daughters) and from art schools.

The RIETVELD PODIUM turns each exhibition into an experience with performances by musicians, theater groups and dance companies, discussion nights and a monthly Culture Café with two young presenters in a talk show setting surrounded by the exhibition.

The Rietveld Pavilion has a rich history as "De Zonnehof. In the period 1959-2008, the Rietveld-designed art hall had national prominence as a "building for exhibitions and events" (Mayor Molendijk, 1959). Even then, the pavilion was used for exhibitions and as a stage for music, theater and dance performances. After the Rietveld Pavilion reopened its doors in 2019, success with this combination quickly followed.

Experience art just a little differently at the Rietveld Pavilion!

Opening hours

  • Every Monday closed
  • Every Tuesday closed
  • Every Wednesday closed
  • Every Thursday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • Every Friday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • Every Saturday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • Every Sunday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.

Prices

  • Adults €5.00 (incl. coffee/tea)
  • Free youth up to 18 years of age
  • Free Friends of 033Rietveld Pavilion

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