The House of Manawi Keke is a house inspired by houses from drag culture, with a fine art twist

Just like the past two summers, MAMA is making its showroom available for a cool initiative. This Summer Swap returns annually.

This year: The House of Manawi Keke, a house inspired by houses from drag culture, with a fine art twist. As house mothers Keke van de Ven and Hemaseh Manawi want to support other artists in this cruel and cold art world. The exhibition Mixed Nuts; Tales of our own perception is their introduction as a platform.

Artists: Keke van de Ven, Hemaseh Manawi Rad, Jeanine Vloemans, Marloes Vreeswijk

Next to the exhibition they are organising several events. Because families that art together, stay together.

  • Reading in Dutch:  “De invloed van instagram op onze beschouwing van kunst” by Eline van Wengerden.
  • Film: “Daddy Go Bye-Bye” by Eva Trianti
  • Model drawing session #3 by Jeanine Vloemans
  • Artless Zine Day by Artless magazine
  • Portfolio Peer Review by House of Manawi Keke

Expo is open from 12:00 – 17:00 on 29, 30, 31 August and 1 september. And on 5 and 6 September.

Opening: Friday 30 August 19:00 – 22:00

Finissage: Friday 6 September 19:00 – 22:00

For more information follow The House of Manawi Keke.

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