A Tale Of A Tub

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Internships:

A Tale of a Tub is looking for candidates for a PR & Communication internship

 

Start: to be determined
Duration: minimal 3 months, 2 – 3 days per week
This internship requires fluency in Dutch

 

Do you have a interdisciplinary, hands-on attitude and passion for contemporary art? Then you are probably the one we’re looking for.
During this internship you will be part of a dynamic, fast growing art institution. You will be working on all forms of external communication: from our website and social media, to writing press-releases and organizing public events.

 

Please find more information here

 

Apply: please send your motivation and resumé to: info [at] a-tub [dot] org .  For more information, contact Nathanja van Dijk: nathanja [at] a-tub [dot] org, +31 6 46014706

 

 

 

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About A Tale of a Tub:

Operating from the former bathhouse at the heart of the monumental Justus van Effen complex in Rotterdam (NL), A Tale of a Tub stimulates new developments in contemporary art and explores their meaning within the realm of art and beyond. A Tale of a Tub offers a testing ground for ideas stemming from the practices of artists, curators and theorists. A Tale of a Tub was founded by Nathanja van Dijk and Suzanne Wallinga and is run in partnership with Carolyn H Drake. Taking their academic backgrounds as a departure point the curators commit to give contemporary art in the Netherlands new impulses whilst pursuing collaborations with initiatives abroad.
 
The name A Tale of a Tub refers to the former bathhouse as well as to the first major work written by the Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist and poet, Jonathan Swift. The work was translated into Dutch by the author Justus van Effen, who achieved international recognition as a writer of periodicals. Research, dialogue and reflection lie at the center of A Tale of a Tub’s programming. Intertwined with the presentation program, a local public program is organized, consisting of performances, screenings, artist talks, publications, lectures by curators and scholars, and theory development with regards to the practices of A Tale of a Tub’s participating artists.
 
Since 2014, A Tale of a Tub has presented solo and duo exhibitions by Maurice Blaussyld, Kelly Schacht, John Skoog, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Igshaan Adams, Paul Geelen, Dario D’Aronco, Kerstin Ergenzinger, Alejandro Cesarco, Yeb Wiersma, Hamza Halloubi, Lotte Reimann, Jonathas de Andrade, Michal Helfman and Christopher Kulendran Thomas i.c.w. Annika Kuhlmann. Group exhibitions included work by Zarouhie Abdalian, Ian Kiaer, Apichatpong Weerasethakul & Chai Siris, Helen Dowling, Basma Alsharif, Jason Loebs, Isaac Julien, Paulo Nazareth, Mounir Fatmi, Ursula Biemann, Olfa Ben Ali, Adrian Paci, Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, Himali Singh Soin & David Soin Tappeser, Nicoline Timmer, Lee Kit, Tamar Guimarães & Kasper Akhøj and K.r.m. Mooney, among others.
 
Collaborations include:

Society for Women in Philosophy (Netherlands), Pilar Corrias Gallery (London), Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, C.o.C.A. Foundation, Piet Zwart Institute (Rotterdam), Gerrit Rietveld Academy (Amsterdam), Museu d’Història de Catalunya (Barcelona), LOOP Barcelona, blank projects (Cape Town), A4 Art Foundation, Art Rotterdam, Vanity Projects (New York & Miami), the Department of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine, Erasmus MC Rotterdam, Schering Stiftung (Berlin), Lost & Found (Amsterdam), The Wren Library, Trinity College (Cambridge), the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Vienna), Maruf Foundation (dedicated to improve a better position of Muslim LGBTs in the Netherlands and around the world), DE PLAYER (Rotterdam), EYE Film Institute (Amsterdam), Mr Bharat Lachmansingh (Rotterdam), the Rotterdam Sanitation Department, the Rotterdam Public Library, Charles Nypels Lab (Maastricht), Media Art Morocco, Artport Tel Aviv.

 

Supported by:

Municipality of the city of Rotterdam, Prince Bernhard Culture Fund, Mondriaan Fund, Stokroos Foundation, BankGiro Lottery Fund/DOEN Foundation, KUNSTENISRAËL, OUTSET Netherlands, Crown Fine Art, Pauwhof Fund, DeltaPORT Donation Fund, Goethe-Institut Rotterdam, Humboldt University, CBK Rotterdam, Prince Claus Fund, Fonds Kwadraat, Amsterdam Fund for the Arts and private donors.

Address

A Tale of a Tub

Justus van Effenstraat 44

3027 TK Rotterdam

The Netherlands

info [at] a-tub [dot] org

 

Opening Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 – 6pm and by appointment

Former bathhouse in the Justus van Effen Complex, now A Tale of a Tub.

Directors:
Nathanja van Dijk (Co-Founder)
Carolyn H Drake
Suzanne Wallinga (Co-Founder)
 
Team:

Yana van Eekert (Gallery manager)
Milda Januševičiūtė (Production)
Koehorst in ‘t Veld (Graphic Design)
Jan Bokma (Technician)
Clement Georgescu (Audiovisual Support)
 
Hosts:
Danni van Amstel, Maud van den Beuken, Daniëlle de Hoog, Marta Hryniuk, Lenya Slierendrecht, Annemarie Slobbe, Iris van Wijk
 
Intern:
Sam de Bruijn
 
A Tale of a Tub has worked with:
Fleur van Muiswinkel, curator Oude Kerk (former director)
Eloise Sweetman, independent curator and founder of Shimmer (guest curator)
Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, The Office for Curating (guest curator)
Hendrik Folkerts, curator documenta 14 (guest curator)
Nathalie Hartjes, director Showroom MAMA (guest curator)
Jack Segbars (research fellow)
 
Board of Trustees
Prof. dr. Inge van der Vlies (Professor Constitutional Law and Art, Universiteit van Amsterdam) Chair

Ronald Kolk (Investment Manager, Avedon Capital Partners, Amsterdam) Treasurer

Mathis J. Bout (Architect and consultant, founder and owner of URBMATH, Rotterdam)

Norbert de Munnik, (Public Law & Regulatory Partner at NautaDutilh, Rotterdam)