A hybrid performance for all ages of song, dance, puppetry, slap-stick and mime that takes place in the confines of a small locker room where the limitless possibilities of the imagination unfold.
Choreographed by the daring André Gingras, ANATOMICA is an unyielding exploration of the physical extremes of sexual competition and attraction. Inspired by the danger, beauty, and consequences of the body on display, Gingras delves and soars into the body’s extraordinary abilities and profound fragility.
Equal parts family history and documentary, Detroit Dealers incorporates both a theatrical performance with public debate around the themes of the automobile industry, largescale car use, the environment and our future.
Born in the underground party scene of Amsterdam, PIPS:lab is known throughout the Netherlands for producing raw, expressive, visually-stunning, interactive multimedia performances.
A surreal and gripping collaboration by Jiří Kylián and Michael Shumacher. Through incredibly slow stop-motion movement these gripping and magical vignettes resonate like a Chekhovian drama.
The News is a non narrative music theater work about our times. A reality opera, based on authentic footage from the international media. An antimoralistic portrait of our world and the human condition about the people and their leaders, involving freedom and democracy, war and peace, religion and politics,the economy and the environment, showbiz and entertainment.
Led by awardwinning Dutch percussionist and bandleader, Lucas van Merwijk, Drums United celebrates the unifying power of music that transcends culture, language and difference.
Over a dozen visual artists examine the nature of global exploration.
Featuring composer-pianist bandleader Amina Figarova, jazz saxophonist Tineke Postma, and trumpet player Saskia Laroo.
Explore the Dutch influence on the global wine industry as part of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Distinctively Dutch Festival. Wednesday Wine Flight is a popular series in the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Join director Walter Bart and members of Wunderbaum in a creative conversation about the collaborative and interdisciplinary process of theater making and performance.
Professional dancers and choreographers are invited to study with renowned choreographer André Gingras
Experience the Dutch culinary arts paired with craft beers that will delight the beer lover’s palette. Craft Beer School is a popular series at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Join architect Ben Van Berkel of UNStudio in Amsterdam for a lecture presented by the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture and the Heinz Architectural Center at Carnegie Museum of Art.
A Dutch display in the historic and spacious South Conservatory will showcase the beauty of tulips with swaths of blooms; intricately-painted wooden shoes and an iconic windmill.
Join the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Creative Technology Network for a post performance artist talk with members of PIPS:lab focused on the do-it-yourself programming and technology behind Diespace.
Professional dancers and choreographers are invited to study with master of improvisation Michael Schumacher. Space is limited. To register, call 412-471-1916 or email email@example.com.
Join creative thinkers from Pittsburgh and Holland to discuss the transformation of urban cities in the 21st century.
The Carnegie Museum of Art’s world class collection includes great works from the Netherlands.
The famed “still life” of old masters is reinterpreted by two young Dutch artists: photographer Rachel Nieborg and designer Ine Mulder. Working with a metronome to fine tune the precision timing, one would literally shoot a gun while the other shot photographs.
For the Distinctively Dutch Festival, over a dozen visual artists—including Peter Bogers, Gerard Holthuis, Marnix de Nijs, Folkert de Jong, Guido van der Werve and Karen Sargsyan—will be featured in this exhibition that examines the very nature of global exploration.
Dutch composer Jozef van Wissem is devoted to the “liberation of the lute.” Taking an experimental approach to Renaissance and Baroque forms of lute music, his compositions involve a dynamic mix of conceptual, minimalist, classical and improvisational strategies, bridging the languages of the 17th century music and 21st without compromising the timbre and resonance of traditional lute playing techniques.
Bloom into spring at the Distinctively Dutch Festival with the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble. This special musical “salon” features performances, food & drink, and a unique chance to experience the…
How can the arts and culture create diplomacy amongst nations? How do you create & support international exchange through theatre? In this critical seminar, Erwin Maas will discuss Dutch performing…
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Dynamos from Holland’s underground club scene and emerging talent in the world of digital art join forces for this all-nite pop up party downtown.
Join City of Asylum/Pittsburgh for an evening with Dutch poets Joost Zwagerman, Erik Jan Harmens, Helene Gelens, John Schoorl, Pieter Boskma and Lucas Hirsch.
Faces of Others” is a series of international film festivals featuring selections from Poland, Netherlands, South Africa, Israel, Palestine, Argentina, France, Germany, Austria, Greece, Norway, Iran, Korea, Romania, Russia and Pittsburgh. The “Distinctively Dutch” Program highlights the recent cinematography of Holland and encompasses a wide range of the latest, award-winning films, documentaries and video installations by Dutch artists.
Spring truly blossoms with the return of Art in Bloom – a celebration featuring favorite works of art, fresh flowers, and an array of festivities – presented by the Women’s Committee…