White Wall Project V (Waterweg)

Prinses Beatrixpark Schiedam (27th May until 24th June 2018)
Monday to Friday: School activities (with appointment)
Saturday and Sunday: workshops from 12 until 17h
Selection artworks: 23 June
Pick-up non-selected artworks: 24-25 June

White Wall Project V (Waterweg) is a social artwork in public space that involves in its concept a wide range of artistic disciplines based on civic participation. White Wall Project provides to its participants an incredible and unique cultural experience carried out through collaboration and civic effort. An art installation in public space made of wood and canvas of 800 meters long where painting, drawing, illustration, poetry mingled in the creation of a monumental artistic piece, music, theater and performing art complete the body of the project.

The art installation will be available for the inhabitants of Maassluis, Vlaardingen and Schiedam throughout the months of May/June 2018 to realize the largest painting in the history of Holland.From White Wall Project we care and occupy ourselves through the artistic language of issues such as social participation, artistic education, recycling activities and encourage the exchange of knowledge, teamwork and social integration.

The program will be completed with three exhibitions, one in each of the cities participating in the fifth edition of White Wall Project.

The participants will have the opportunity to exhibit their work in the large installation in the exhibition rooms of our three major partners. Theater Koningshof in Maassluis, Kade 40 in Vlaardingen and Stedelijk Museum Schiedam.

From White Wall Project we feel privileged to carry out this edition in the cities of Maassluis, Vlaardingen and Schiedam, proud and grateful to have received the Waterweg Cultuurprijs 2017, we work hard in realizing this adventure. You can support our project too, by crowdfunding our campaign.

Location installation: Prinses Beatrixpark Schiedam (27th May until 24th June 2018)

Exhibitions: Theater Koningshof in Maassluis, Kade 40 in Vlaardingen and Stedelijk Museum Schiedam (2nd September – 4th November 2018)

We are only left with the pleasure of being able to invite you to take part in this experience and we hope that in this visit to our website you will find all the information you want about our project like the calendar of the project, info for participants, previous editions or the Stitching White Wall Foundation.

Thank you for your interest.


White Wall Project team