KUBES exhibitions

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KUBES organizes an annual exhibition with which it offers affiliated artists the opportunity to present their work. The KUBES Artists collective has around 50 blind and partially sighted art practitioners.

KUBES Summer exhibition 2020 in Assen

The art of seeing XXXI differently

On the initiative of - and in collaboration with - the Drents Schildersgenootschap (DSG) an exhibition will take place in the period from Friday 3 July up to and including Saturday 29 August, in which work by blind and visually impaired artists is presented.

More than 140 works, from all disciplines, have been submitted to the Expositions Committee by 18 KUBES artists. More than 50 works were selected by the Selection Committee for this exhibition. These works from our Artists Collective are presented in the gallery of ‘Department Store Vanderveen’ in Assen.

On Saturdays to be determined, some volunteers or artists from KUBES will be present to provide visitors with information about the artists, the exhibited works, the perception of art through touch and / or a close look at and about KUBES Foundation.

Further information will follow.

Support KUBES!

Become a friend, volunteer or sponsor. Register via [info@kubes.nl] (mailto: info@kubes.nl) and stay informed of these and other KUBES activities!

This is possible from € 20.00 per year, so you will receive an invitation for our next exhibition. KUBES runs entirely on volunteers and extra hands are always welcome. Something for you too? Inquire about the possibilities via [info@kubes.nl] (mailto: info@kubes.nl)

The KUBES Anniversary Exhibition was made possible in part by DELA Charity Fund, and the Foundations Blind Medal, Blind Interest and Friends of Dedicon Foundation. Sponsor a KUBES (sub) activity. Organize a sponsoring activity with your school, club, company or department [contact us] (https://www.kubes.nl/contact) to discuss the possibilities.

As a friend, volunteer or sponsor you make our activities possible so that blind and visually impaired people can actively participate in cultural and artistic life.