About Park

PARK is an art initiative founded by Rob Moonen in cooperation with six other artists living in Tilburg. At this moment the PARK staff consists of Linda Arts, René Korten, Rob Moonen and Reinoud van Vught. PARK is a platform for contemporary visual arts positioning itself between Kunstpodium T and Museum De Pont. PARK organizes an exhibition program in the former Goretti Chapel at the Wilhelmina Park in Tilburg.



PARK focuses on current developments in contemporary art and on artists with extensive experience and proven quality. A platform is offered to regional colleagues but also to nationally and internationally working artists, precisely to make a positive contribution to the debate on contemporary art. The staff aspires the platform to be of national importance, but in each project a substantive link with the city is established. The staff is convinced that cooperation with other parties increases the visibility and functionality of the platform, and also stimulates the field of visual arts in the city and the region.

PARK aspires to create new connections, for example by inviting international curators to take note of the variety of regional artists and maybe include some of them in an exhibition. PARK wishes to contribute to the development of a favorable climate for production of visual arts by incorporating local and regional artists into PARK's national and international network.

Each year, five projects will be realized and if possible, accompanied by a matching program in the form of lectures, artist talks, music and film.

PARKinG

In March 2015 PARK started an new activity. In collaboration with Cultural Centre Jan van Besouw in Goirle, PARK realizes a program of exhibitions in the lobby of the cultural centre there. Under the name PARKinG (PARK in Goirle) presentations of contemporary professional art are organized. Every year, four presentations take place, each lasting three months. These are solo or duo exhibitions of artists who are also included in the exhibition program of PARK. At each exhibition there is a public event, such as a lecture or an interview, in which the content of the work shown is central.

In this way PARK and CC Jan van Besouw work together to strengthen and enliven the artistic climate in Goirle in the field of visual arts.
For all information, see 'activities'.

Address PARKinG:
Cultureel Centrum Jan van Besouw

Thomas van Diessenstraat 1
5051 RJ Goirle
The Netherlands

+31 (0)13 534 34 00

 

PARKVorst

From the beginning of 2017 Theater De NWE Vorst in Tilburg and PARK have joined hands and realize the new initiative PARKVorst with exhibitions of visual art in the building of De NWE Vorst. These are exhibitions of artists who are at the transition area of visual and performing arts. These can be installations or visual work with a time lapse or performative element.
For full details go to 'activities'.

Address PARKVorst:
Theater De NWE Vorst
Willem II straat 49
5038 BD Tilburg
The Netherlands
+31 (0)13 532 85 20

 

 

Organisation

COUNCIL
Hanneke Doevendans (chair)
Sjef Leijs (treasurer)
Chris Manders

Ruud Vreeman
 
BOARD OF ADVICE
Hans van Driel
Jos van Hest
Angelique Spaninks
Rick Vercauteren
Paul Vermee



 

Suggestions

PARK is always looking for meaningful alliances within and outside the cultural field. PARK is open to suggestions and plans of third parties. Do you have a proposal for a cooperation or a project, please send us a digital project description, a PDF or a link to a relevant site via info@park013.nl. Physical documentation will not be returned. 
Each proposal is carefully studied by the staff, and if interested, the staff will respond within 6 weeks. Please note that we plan at least half a year ahead.



 

Sponsoring

PARK is made possible by:

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Park

Wilhelminapark 53
NL-5041 ED Tilburg 

info@park013.nl
+31 (0)6 1941 2596
Twitter.com/ParkTilburg
Facebook.com/Park013

Opening hours during exhibitions:
Friday 1-5 pm
Saturday
1-5 pm
Sunday 1-5 pm
Free admission

PARK is on 10 minutes walking distance from Tilburg Central Station in the direct neighborhood of Museum De Pont.
There is limited free parking space in front of the building.