TodaysArt The Hague


TodaysArt is a festival concept that revolves around the presentation and development of adventurous contemporary visual and performing arts in a variety of urban settings. Since 2005, TodaysArt has brought international artists, thinkers and audiences to The Hague. In 2011, the festival’s reach extended through the initiation of TodaysArt Brussels.

The festival’s city-wide programme consists of: 
TodaysArt Indoor: Day and evening programme (concerts, performances and exhibitions)
TodaysArt Outdoor: Installations and interventions in public spaces (Amplified Architecture)
TodaysArt Club: Night programme (electronic music and related audiovisual arts)
TodaysArt Exchange: Symposium, talks, workshops and education projects
TodaysArt Periphery: Partner programmes presented by local cultural initiatives

Since its inception, the festival has amplified and celebrated the current creative climate. TodaysArt focuses intensely on the present without ignoring the past or the future, and provides context on many levels throughout its programmes. Year in, year out, the festival maintains an equal ratio of local, national and international artists and offers stages for rising talent and daring pioneers who boldly explore the possibilities of new and often controversial forms of expression.

This approach results in a platform that gives artists valuable exposure to – and interaction with – international audiences and in return provides audiences with a chance to tap into the global zeitgeist. TodaysArt uses and transforms the city’s infrastructure and creates temporary spaces to produce events in inspiring settings, such as main squares, public buildings, museums, concert halls, clubs and theatres. Among these are the city’s most well-known venues and cultural institutes, but also the often overlooked and undervalued public spaces, buildings and initiatives; places that become actively involved in shaping the character of the city.
By offering a high quality programme and cheap tickets, TodaysArt retains its position as one of the world’s most accessible city festivals in contemporary art, music and technology.


Else van Dijk-Staats / Robert Koetsier / Alex Adriaansens / Nicole van Vessum / Daan Roosegaarde

Olof van Winden – Artistic Director / Natasja van der Horst – Managing Director

Remco Schuurbiers – Programme Director / Tim Terpstra – Artistic Research & Development
John de Weerd – Co-curator / Martijn van Boven, Takuro Mizuta Lippit – Guest Curators

Marketing & Communications
Danielle Boelling / Evita Lammes – Intern

External Relations
Stacie Lyons

Kwinten Vissers / Hanna van de Ven / Ramses Nieuwenhuizen

Graphic Design
Collective Works (Peter Zuiderwijk & Karin Mientjes)

Björn Remmerswaal / Tim Terpstra

Web & Mobile Development
Satoshi Shiraishi / Kyle Dukes / Kyle Dukes / Roeland P. Landegent

  • Info
  • Address: The Generator Foundation, Weimarstraat 1E, The Hague, The Netherlands
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  • Phone: +31 (0)70 345 5821, fax: +31 (0)84 714 4681
  • Next festival: 24 - 23 September 2011
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