With great enthusiasm, HMK announces that Tirza Kater (left) is the new Artistic Director of Hotel Maria Kapel. Alongside Business Director Annelien de Bruin (right) the directorial team will work with the team, volunteers and board to further take care of the institution and provide a structure of support for young artists with the year programme On Shelter.
Working pattern: 24 hours per week
Deadline: 6th December 2020, midnight.
Ideal starting date: 15 January 2021
Hotel Maria Kapel in Hoorn is looking for board members for an indefinite period.
Vacancy for an unpaid position.
± 6 meetings per year + 2 to 4 hours a month.
While a 7×4 meter pool by artist in residence Rik Dijkhuizen fills our chapel (on view until 13 September), Hotel Maria Kapel [HMK] presents resident project space at7 and a public programme that explores how we can host and care for our communities, local and international, with pleasure and accountability. Please join us for a day of learning, lounging, eating and performances curated by at7 on 22 August.
To That Special Someone, Part II – summer at HMK
A day of performances and care: Saturday, 22 August 2020, 12.00 – 21.00
On Saturday, FvD leader Thierry Baudet placed flowers at the foot of the statue of Jan Pieterszoon Coen (1587-1629) in celebration of “his hero”. Although there should be room for different voices to speak up, we do not find the racist and horrific actions of the past heroic. We are in support of the removal of the statue of Coen and will be participating in the peaceful demonstration tomorrow evening (19 June, 19.00, Roode Steen, Hoorn) and strongly feel the demonstration should go forward as planned. We invite everyone who believes in rethinking, rewriting and changing history to work for a better present and future to join the gathering.
We’ve taken time to reflect and have decided that HMK will remain closed until 4 June, due to the recent developments concerning the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hotel Maria Kapel [HMK] is pleased to announces its 2020 research programme. With Slow burn HMK takes time to reflect on what it means to care – for the art institution, for artists, for audiences and for ourselves.
Omvang: 24 uur per week
Aanstelling per: 1 maart 2020
Deadline: 15 januari 2020
Interviews: 22 – 25 januari 2020
Crowdfunding campaign: 31 aug – 6 okt 2019
HMK needs your help to perform some much needed maintenance to the entrance, bar, shop and office. With your donation to the crowdfunding campaign we can turn the building back into a pleasant, welcome place for artists, employees and visitors.
Due to our annual production stop during the summer we will be closed 1 to 22 August. Hope to see you after the summer!
Photo: Alicja Bielawska, before the transit after the shift (installation view at HMK), 2014.
Open Call; TLC for HMK
Hotel Maria Kapel [HMK] is looking for an artist/designer/maker or a group of creative producers to help us rethink the spaces and give some TLC* to the old chapel that HMK inhabits, hereby mainly focusing on the entrance area and the offices (see photo’s).
(Our Open Call is closed.)
With enormous enthusiasm, we can announce that from 1 April 2019 the team of Hotel Maria Kapel [HMK] has been expanded with an editorial committee consisting of three members: Maja Bekan, Griet Menschaert and Miriam Wistreich. Welcome!
Hotel Maria Kapel is looking for an editorial committee for a year of reflection, maintenance and repositioning
Working pattern: 8 hours per week
Period: 1 April 2019 – 31 March 2020
Deadline: 20 February
Interviews: 25 February – 1 March
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Remember this exhibition? Vincent Vulsma, ‘In the Hold’ was on view earlier this year at HMK. These works are now part of the exhibition ‘Cultural Threads’ at Textielmuseum Tilburg.
This week HMK is closed due to the build down of the exhibition Notes from a trembling community in a wilful state of flux. From next week, the Maria chapel will be open again from Wednesday to Saturday, from 1 to 5 pm.
Unfortunately this vacancy is for Dutch speaking people only.
On 1 October, artistic director Irene de Craen bid farewell to Hotel Maria Kapel.