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Re-arrangement of Priorities #2 at Cargo in Context

Re-arrangemnet of Priorities #2, a presentation by Rainbow Soulclub collective at Cargo in Context, opening 8 March 5-7 p.m.; meet & greet & talk by Rainbow Soulclub on 11 March 3 p.m.; finissage on 23 March 4-6 p.m. –  Haparandadam 7, Amsterdam. www.instagram.com/rainbowsoulclub 

Opening Rainbow Soulclub Rearrangement of Priorities #2

18 January Lost & Found on ‘Regret’

On Friday 18 January 2019 a next episode of Lost & Found will take place at the Theatrum Anatomicum of the Waag. The theme of this event: regret; with confessions by a.o. Io Cooman, Alma Matthijssen, Jan Hoek, Julia van Mourik, Saskia Janssen. 

Lost & Found is an evening for stray images and sound. Artists, writers, scientists and musicians present work in progress, experiment or present work that doesn’t fit into their oeuvre (yet). A specific and unique stage for diverse and hybrid works which don’t fit comfortably into galleries or museums.

Saskia Janssen, Lost & Found, De Waag 2019

West Wednesdays-walk with Rainbow Soulclub

12 September West Wednesdays, walk nr. 13. Undercurrent

18.00-21.30 a walk with tour guide RainbowSoulclub, starting at 18.00h sharp at the walk-in center Oud-West, Bilderdijkstraat 182. drinks, food, free hair cuts, a studio visit, free pencil drawings and more. West Wednesdays

Saskia Janssen, exhibition Lûd, Rijsterbos, The Netherlands, 2018

FREE BIRD RADIO, a -slightly political- radioprogram for birds, Saskia Janssen, 2018

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at the group exhibition Lûd, 15 August – 15 October, a sound exhibition in publics, Rijs, curated by Rudy van Hodel, with a.o. Voebe de Gruyter, Uri Aran, Dora Garcia & Jan Mech, Falke Pisano, Matt Mullican, Peter Zegveld.

Saskia Janssen & George Korsmit & Dawn DeDeaux, artist talk at Camp Abundance

22 May 2018, No Walls / Flowers from the Cardboard Hotel

Tuesday May 22 at 7:00PM, presentation & discussion around issues with artistic social practices by Saskia Janssen, George Korsmit and Dawn DeDeaux, at Camp Abundance, 3001 Bruxelles St, New Orleans. The Rainbow Soulclub, founded by Saskia Janssen and George Korsmit in 2005, involves collaborative projects between artists, art students and clients of The Rainbow Foundation, which provides shelter and care for homeless people and for long term drug addicts in Amsterdam.

Dawn DeDeaux has implemented experimental art programming for a 6000 inmate prison facility, including projects for juvenile offenders. This led to a long-term collaboration with The Hardy Boys, two of New Orleans’ most notorious gang leaders of the late 80s through early 90s.

Janssen, Korsmit and DeDeaux will show the work that was made during these partnerships and go into a conversation about their experiences they’ve shared with their collaborators.

Saskia Janssen, George Korsmit and dawn DeDeaux, artist talk and discussion at Camp Abundance, New Orleans

17 April, artist talk at Tulane University, New Orleans

17 April, The Dutch are not the Danish, Tulane University, New Orleans

Tuesday April 17 at 6PM, public talk by Maaike Gouwenberg, Saskia Janssen & George Korsmit, in the Stone Auditorium at Newcomb Art Department of Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave, 202 Woldenberg Art Center. Deltaworkers residents George Korsmit & Saskia Janssen will give a public talk together with Deltaworkers co-founder Maaike Gouwenberg. As one of their projects, artists Korsmit & Janssen established The Rainbow Soulclub. It’s an art studio in an Amsterdam shelter for long-term drug users. Since then, they have run a weekly program in the studio, often together with their art students. Gouwenberg is a freelance curator who specializes in the intersection between theater and the visual arts. Amongst many other things, she works for Performa in New York.

Residency at Deltaworkers, New Orleans

research residency Deltaworkers, New Orleans

Saskia Janssen & George Korsmit @ research residency Deltaworkers, New Orleans.  1 March- 31 May 2018. Generously supported by the Mondriaan Fund. Read our blog at the Deltaworkers website.

 

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Saskia Janssen and George Korsmit, Deltaworkers residency, New Orleans

MK award 2017-TENT Rotterdam

MK award nominees show 17 November- 17 December in TENT, Rotterdam. Together with fellow nominees Peter Fengler and Ad de Jong. Opening Friday 17 November at 6 p.m. All welcome!

Rearrangement of Priorities, exhibition at Plan B

Rearrangement of Priorities Saskia Janssen, George Korsmit & Rainbow Soulclub at Plan B, Hamerstraat 22, Amsterdam. Opening Friday 3 November 4-21h.

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The Rainbow Soulclub is a collective of individuals that operates from the Blaka Watra walk-in centre of the Amsterdam-based Regenboog Groep, or Rainbow Group.* The Rainbow Soulclub was founded in 2005 by the artists Saskia Janssen and George Korsmit, who with the Rainbow Soulclub orchestrate weekly encounters and collaborations between artists, art students and Blaka Watra’s clients. Over the last 12 years these encounters have spawned a whole diversity of activities: painting, writing, publishing, drawing, pottery, recording music, making costumes, launching campaigns, staging exhibitions, and even travelling to Ghana and Suriname.
Under the title Rearrangement of Priorities, the Rainbow Soulclub is serving up its latest cocktail of politics, painting, poetry and coconuts for you.

www.rainbowsoulclub.com
www.instagram.com/rainbowsoulclub 
www.planbprojects.nl