Discover Eindhoven, The Netherlands in this catalogue of creative happenings

STRP Festival impressions STRP Festival impressions
November 28th, 2010

Well, if you want to contemplate life, the pace of modern life, your youthful imagination, play, connect with ideas and other people, and take time to just slow down and smell the flowers, then STRP Festival was the best place to do it this weekend. As well as looking forward to another conference and more great international acts, like those put on over the last ten days, next year you must reserve one or two days out of next year’s festival to check out the EXPO good and proper. I know I will. Some great footage was captured, but I couldn’t do it justice (maybe later, though). STRP is an experience and one that must be done with all 5 senses. See you next year.

Let a flux-s of creativity flood you Let a flux-s of creativity flood you
September 9th, 2010

The second edition of Flux-S is opening as I type, an event I unfortunately cannot attend due to a very much anticipated international visit from a dear friend.

But that doesn’t mean I can’t go to each of the next days of this 4-day international arts festival at Strijp-S in Eindhoven. The theme is Flux/S – Drafts Establishing Future. To illustrate a future cultural heart in Eindhoven, a large number of artists will inspire people with visual arts, music, performance, dance, film, video, poetry and literature.

You can shower in the middle of Ventosa street You can shower in the middle of Ventosa street
June 29th, 2010

Ah, this was the last on my festival tour of Eindhoven this weekend just past. I didn’t spend long there. It was a street party and it has a cheerful vibe. Like, “Summer is finally here in Holland!”  There were nice looking people there (that is, people I thought I might like to meet and […]

From the sublime to the ridiculous From the sublime to the ridiculous
November 15th, 2009

There were differing opinions about the 2009 Glow Festival in Eindhoven. On the last evening of the event, The Dossier saw examples of these opposing views. One was enchanting and the other was downright clumsy.