"Save a Melting Iceberg in One Day"
OT301 (voormalige filmacademie)
Vrijdag 27 januari 2006
17 – 22 uur
entree: 5 euro
prijs kunstwerken: 25 euro (cash & carry)
optreden: Les Bif-tecs DJ: Middle of the road
en speciale surprise acts
Een eendaagse expositie van werk op papier (formaat A4) gedoneerd door kunstenaars. De kunstwerken zijn te koop voor slechts € 25,-!!
Het is “cash and carry” dus kom op tijd!
De opbrengst van de kunstverkoop komt ten goede aan kunstblad the HTV (voorheen Het Topje Van de IJsberg).
De deadline voor kunstenaars die werk willen doneren is 20 januari!
Informatie: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org of neem contact op met het kantoor van HTV, tel: 020-4714777 wo t/m vr 10 - 17 uur, e-mail: email@example.com
engelse versie/ english version:
Save a Melting Iceberg in One Day
OT 301 (former Film Academy)
Friday 27th January 2006
Admission: 5 euro
Price art works: 25 euro (cash and carry)
live music by LES BIF-TECS - DJ Middle of the Road and special surprise acts
A one-day exhibition of small works on paper donated by artists.
All artworks can be purchased for only 25 euros!!
It is “cash and carry”, so make sure to be there on time!
The sale benefits arts magazine the HTV (formerly Het Topje Van de IJsberg).
Deadline reminder for donating artists: Friday January 20th 2006!
Info: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the HTV office, tel: +31-(0)20-4714777 Wednesday - Friday 10am - 5pm, e-mail: email@example.com
The HTV was founded in 1994 (back then it was called Het Topje Van de IJsberg) to supply a platform for arts initiatives in the Netherlands. Nowadays the HTV has grown into a widely recognized arts magazine that plays a significant role in Dutch cultural climate. The HTV is published six times a year in an edition of 10.000 copies and is available for free at all major cultural institutes in the Netherlands, Belgium and incidentally even further abroad.
The HTV provides the opportunity for arts students and starting artists to publish their work next to that of well known artists. Together with articles written by philosophers, writers and curators the HTV keeps actively contributing to the ongoing discourse in contemporary arts. Furthermore the agenda and ads in the HTV function as a source of information. The HTV is there to inspire and inform.
All this has been made possible by our contributors, sponsors, advertisers and staff, editors and artists who run the HTV, all as volunteers. Unfortunately our funds are outsourced and the future of the HTV is insecure. Therefore we urgently ask you to support the HTV by participating in our fundraising event “Save a Melting Iceberg in One Day”.