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Marjolijn de Wit
Opening: Friday 2 August 8 - 10 p.m. with performance at 10.30 p.m. Dick Verdult aka Dick El Demasiado and DJ Guppie 

Artists:

Frans Franciscus 
Kim Habers 
Babs Haenen 
Henri Jacobs 
Ipek Kotan 
Daniel Maalman 
Suzanne Posthumus 
Koen Taselaar 
Marjolijn de Wit 
Henk Wolvers 
Curator: 
Ranti Tjan

In 2019, the legendary European Ceramic Work Center (EKWC) celebrates its 50th anniversary. A wide range of now highly renowned visual artists, architects and designers from all over the world visit the center to realize concepts, ideas and dreams in clay, relying on the available expert technicians and world-class facilities. First established in Heusden, then in Den Bosch and since 2015 in Oisterwijk, the center is a bastion of, for and by artists. It is committed to the development of ceramics in the visual arts, design and architecture. On the one hand it functions as a knowledge center, on the other hand as an artist's residence, in English center-of-excellence and artists-in-residence. In addition, Sundaymorning @ ekwc, as the center has been calling itself for some time, is open to higher education,

The legendary European Ceramic Work Center (EKWC) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019. A wide range of now renowned visual artists, architects, and designers from all over the world visit the center to realize concepts, ideas, and dreams in clay, relying on the experts and world-class facilities. Established in Heusden, moved to Den Bosch in 1991 and since 2015 based in Oisterwijk, the center is a bastion of, for and by artists. It is committed to the development of ceramics in visual arts, design and architecture. It functions as a center of excellence and as an artist-in-residence. In addition Sundaymorning @ ekwc is open to higher education, talent development, the public, and the business community.