Designer’s market and HEART’s 12 year anniversary
HEART turns 12 and we mark this momentous day with a day full of art, good food, and fun for both young and old.
Throughout the day there will be free admission to the exhibitions and in the foyer a designer market will take place held where you can explore many exciting stands with incredible design.
Participation is FREE, but registration is required to be able to participate in the event. Click here and sign up now.
10.00: The museum and designer market opens
11.00 – 13.00: Brunch and live music in HEART Café (Pre-order brunch HERE)
13.00 – 14.00: Free public tour
14.00 – 16.00: Free coffee and cake in HEART Café
15.00 – 16.00: : Artist talk in the concert hall with Joachim Koester. The talk is in English.
Designer market participants:
• BAKS jewellery
• Helene Stigel
• Leif Svaneborg
• So Nord, Lone Krogh Jewellery
• Monte Home
• Pia Toustrup Design
• Rikke Rosendal
• Anne Moulvad 7/Trunte Lunte
• Ulla Houe
• We Love Jewellery
• Annie Hjorth
• Sanne Staal
• Peter Carlsen
More about artist talk with Joachim Koester and IDC Projects:
Joachim Koester (Artist), Holger Reenberg (Director HEART), Darja Zub (Founder IDC Projects), Gustav Elgin (Associate/Art Historian)
The technique Danish artist Joachim Koester uses to turn day into night in the photo series ‘Day for Night, Christiania’ (1996) echoes an irony: A military base first conceived to establish the Danish border now separates the free city of Christiania from Copenhagen. IDC Projects’ (Imagining the Drug Crisis through Art) founder Darja Zub and associate Gustav Elgin invite Koester and director of the Herning Museum Holger Reenberg to discuss challenges in mediating and conserving the intimate and often conflicting narratives concerning drugs. Can polarizing questions of border and drug policy—otherwise hidden behind the impersonal guise of newspaper headlines, statistics, and science journals—be more engagingly documented in art? And can personal experiences find space in the discussion of complex, systemic issues?
About Imagining Drug Crisis – IDC Projects
With the project IDC – Imagining the Drug Crisis the founders Darja Zub and Magdalena Dai gather perspectives of artists, curators, and art historians on one online platform to discuss polarizing questions of drug crisis, drug policy and its registers in art.