Intiem (translated ‘intimate’) is a rotating exhibition, held at the department of Sexual Health (GGD) in the Stadskantoor. Every three months, you can find new artworks related to theme’s such as love, sexuality and sexual pleasure. The artworks are accompanied by a text, written by a student Art History.
The latest exhibition shows the work of Studio Hans and Nyré Tiessen. Marlijn Klopstra, student Art History and Literature, wrote an accompanying text.
From March 23 to 26 FAAM, De Kleine Kunstkamer and De Maakruimte organize Licht/Donker (Light/Dark): an exhibition with an interactive programme held at the bustling space De Havenloods, Utrecht
FAAM Utrecht is a foundation with the objective to connect theory and practice. We feel that contact between the Art history department from Utrecht University and the education programs from HKU is essential, because the various students in the professional practice will often have to rely on each other.
The students from the various educations can learn from each other as well as inspire one another. FAAM Utrecht bridges the gap between these two worlds.