• Tekstuur Podcast

    Tekstuur: Ruud Smulders

    Als de theaters hun deuren niet hadden moeten sluiten vanwege de lockdown, had Ruud Smulders momenteel getourd met zijn tweede programma Bruter dan Bruud. Afgelopen tv-seizoen was hij met de Minuut van Ruud te zien in De Vooravond en op Comedy Central floreert hij wekelijks in Ruuds Roast Interview. Daarnaast bracht hij de afgelopen jaren als rapper twee EP’s uit, waar hij enkele filmische videoclips bij schoot. Ruud toont zich een veelzijdig maker en in deze aflevering zoomt hij met Marco in op enkele van zijn favoriete schrijvers.

    Tekstuur: Amara van der Elst

    Haar voordracht op de Dam tijdens Dodenherdenking 2021 maakte indruk en bracht haar carrière in een stroomversnelling. Van commercieel werk tot columns voor de Volkskrant; Amara’s werk is veelvuldig te lezen en te horen. In de tussentijd studeert ze aan Creative Writing Artez en brengt ze verschillende kunstvormen samen op de planken. In deze aflevering duiken we in de bezigheden en inspiratiebronnen van Amara van der Elst.

    Tekstuur: Onias Landveld

    Van 2017 tot 2019 was hij stadsdichter van Tilburg. Hij tourde door het land met zijn spoken word-voorstelling ‚Wortels en Cassave‘ en afgelopen week ging zijn nieuwe project ‚Kunu‘, een mix van spoken word en animatie, in première. Vandaag schuift hij aan achter de HIJS-mic: Onias Landveld!

  • HIJStakkies Podcast

    POW! WOW! Rotterdam Talks: What do street art curators do?

    In September, the fourth edition of POW! WOW! Rotterdam took place in the Southside of the city. In the daytime, an international group of artists created inspired murals and artworks in its streets. In the evenings, they shared their stories in the atmospheric Hefpark. This is the third of three recordings of those talks. Host Jaap van der Doelen speaks to Dennis Elbers of Blind Walls Gallery in Breda, Loïc Mondé of festival LAY UP in Toulouse and David Roos of museum STRAAT in Amsterdam. 

    The conversation is, among other things, negotiating with authorities, the working process of these organizations and how to prevent street art from perhaps becoming a bit too tame. As curators of an open air gallery, graffiti festival and a museum, all three guests have their own view on these topics. During their panel talk however, it turns out there is a lot of overlap between their experiences as well. After all, they all share the same passion for an art form that once started as vandalism.

    Music: Sango – Baile Somebody
    Cover photo: Martine Kiers (IG: annietram77)

    POW! WOW! Rotterdam Talks: What do street art curators do?

    In September, the fourth edition of POW! WOW! Rotterdam took place in the Southside of the city. In the daytime, an international group of artists created inspired murals and artworks in its streets. In the evenings, they shared their stories in the atmospheric Hefpark. This is the third of three recordings of those talks. Host Jaap van der Doelen speaks to Dennis Elbers of Blind Walls Gallery in Breda, Loïc Mondé of festival LAY UP in Toulouse and David Roos of museum STRAAT in Amsterdam. 

    The conversation is, among other things, negotiating with authorities, the working process of these organizations and how to prevent street art from perhaps becoming a bit too tame. As curators of an open air gallery, graffiti festival and a museum, all three guests have their own view on these topics. During their panel talk however, it turns out there is a lot of overlap between their experiences as well. After all, they all share the same passion for an art form that once started as vandalism.

    Music: Sango – Baile Somebody
    Cover photo: Martine Kiers (IG: annietram77)

    POW! WOW! Rotterdam Talks: What do street art curators do?

    In September, the fourth edition of POW! WOW! Rotterdam took place in the Southside of the city. In the daytime, an international group of artists created inspired murals and artworks in its streets. In the evenings, they shared their stories in the atmospheric Hefpark. This is the third of three recordings of those talks. Host Jaap van der Doelen speaks to Dennis Elbers of Blind Walls Gallery in Breda, Loïc Mondé of festival LAY UP in Toulouse and David Roos of museum STRAAT in Amsterdam. 

    The conversation is, among other things, negotiating with authorities, the working process of these organizations and how to prevent street art from perhaps becoming a bit too tame. As curators of an open air gallery, graffiti festival and a museum, all three guests have their own view on these topics. During their panel talk however, it turns out there is a lot of overlap between their experiences as well. After all, they all share the same passion for an art form that once started as vandalism.

    Music: Sango – Baile Somebody
    Cover photo: Martine Kiers (IG: annietram77)