Our Seas Are What We Make Of Them (Goethe Institut Amsterdam)

Laurel Project Space Kamerlingh Onneslaan 1, Amsterdam

Artists from different parts of the world have come together in the historic rooms of the former telephone service in Watergraafsmeer, for an exhibition that becomes a vessel, a stage and an amplifier for the voices that think with the help of the oceans, stories and sexuality.


Bartok International Arts Weeks (Embassy of Hungary The Hague)

Bartók Spring - virtual concert hall

Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks is a unique event series dedicated to the arts. Inspired by the work of the Hungarian composer, Béla Bartók, the event seeks to represent Bartók’s spirit, creativity and outlook in countless genres, from contemporary classical music through world music, jazz and dance to visual art and pop music.


Douglas Mandry: “Monuments” (Embassy of Switzerland in the Netherlands)

Amsterdam Art Gallery at Capital C Weesperplein 4B, Amsterdam

Bildhalle and Amsterdam Art are proud to host Monuments, the solo exhibition of Douglas Mandry, a Swiss artist and photographer interested in the technological possibilities of photography, particularly in relation to capturing time, evolution and natural phenomena. 


Go Short – International Short Film Festival Nijmegen

Nijmegen Nijmegen

Go Short is the main Dutch festival for short films, and takes place on a yearly basis in the city of Nijmegen. EUNIC Netherlands is proud to announce that many of its members are participating to this 2021 edition and are Partners of the event.

Robin Kolleman (Goethe Institut Rotterdam)

Goethe-Institut Rotterdam Westersingel 9, Rotterdam

The Goethe Institut in Rotterdam has the pleasure to invite you to the exhibition of the nomadic artist Robin Kolleman.


Virtual Tour Kateřina Šedá UNES-CO (Tsjechisch Centrum)

Tsjechisch Centrum - online event

The Tsjechisch Centrum welcomes you to the first ever virtual tour of the Czech centers, the special online installation UNES-CO by Kateřina Šedá, one of the greatest contemporary artists of the Czech panorama.


World Book Day 2021 (Instituto Cervantes)

Instituto Cervantes (Utrecht) - YouTube channel

On the occasion of the International Book Day 2021 the Instituto Cervantes has organised a day full of activities to engage people of every age with the magic world of literature.


Bartók Spring: An Evening of Mozart (Embassy of Hungary)

Müpa Budapest – Béla Bartók National Concert Hall - Online event Budapest

The Embassy of Hungary reiterates its call to all our music enthusiasts for the 'Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks', which will keep delighting us in May with 'An Evening of Mozart', performed by the pianist Mihály Berecz and conducted by György Vashegyi.


Hay Festival (British Council)

The British Council is thrilled to be supporting a series of six events at the 34th spring edition of Hay Festival, a literary initiative that reached more than five million people across five continents.


The Philosophy of Horror – Online screening (Embassy of Hungary)

Online screening

The Embassy of Hungary invites you to the online screening of the Hungarian filmmakers Péter Lichter and Bori Máté's adaptation of 'The Philosophy of Horror Or, Paradoxes of the Heart', published in 1990 by the American philosopher Noël Carroll.

€5.00 – €8.50

Global Science Café – ROBOT 100 (Tsjechisch Centrum)

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, CTU Prague - Online event

The Czech Centre is glad to invite you to its Global Science Café, a free live panel that cannot be missed by all AI fans and robot enthusiasts.


Crucifixion – online screening (Litouws Cultureel Centrum)

Litouws Cultureel Centrum - Online Event

On the wave of the exciting literary events that EUNIC Netherlands is organizing for the upcoming weeks together with its member Institutes and Embassies, the Litouws Cultureel Centrum has prepared a first taste for you.