Screening

9 January 2011

Film program curated by Olga Chernysheva

Russian artist Olga Chernysheva presents a film program including a selection of her own works along with other recent and historical material (language: English). Chernysheva’s videos, installations and watercolours have been internationally exhibited at, amongst other places, the Berlin Biennial and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. On 22 January 2011, a new solo-exhibition of her work opens in BAK.

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Community Portal

13 October 2022

De Voorkamer: Perspectives

Perspectives is a program by De Voorkamer to foster inclusivity and acceptance at by creating a safe space for people of all backgrounds to engage in dialogue, share opinions, and develop ideas around topical issues that affect everyone. This edition, hosted by BAK Community Portal, focuses on the theme of sustainability.

Community Portal

5 October 2022, 19.00-21.00

De Voorkamer: Community Dinner

BAK Community Portal hosts...

The Community Dinner is a communal dinner for ‘Utrechters’, whether they are new to the city or simply looking to get to know their local community better. Chefs from ‘De Voorkamer’ community prepare a free dinner of vegan, cultural cuisine.

Screening

7 October 2022, 19.00-21.45

Asian Movie Night: Ushiku

BAK Community Portal hosts...

Screening of the documentary Ushiku (2021) by Thomas Ash, followed by a panel discussion with the director and members from activist groups Migrante, SEHAQ and Papaya Kuir. Hosted by BAK Community Portal and organised by the initiative Asian Movie Night.

Education Program

15 November–13 December 2022

Toward the Not-Yet: Art as Public Practice (BAK Studies)

BAK Studies: Toward the Not-Yet: Art as Public Practice. This module of BAK Studies builds on the learnings from two projects: Trainings for the Not-Yet (20192020), convened by artist Jeanne van Heeswijk and BAK as “an exhibition as a series of trainings for a future of being together otherwise,” and the publication Toward the Not-Yet: Art as Public Practice (2021).