ArtsTalk launches a new title to embrace the whole world

We are pleased to announce our new title – ArtsTalk International which launches officially on 1st April.

Strange though it may seem, nearly half the readership of ArtsTalk Magazine and the Colour Supplement is from outside The Netherlands. Consequently we are sent lots of information and invitations to events around the world and, rather than waste all this good stuff we have decided to launch ArtsTalk International which enables us to use content which is outside of our normal Dutch remit. Like our Colour Supplement it will have a heavy bias towards pictures.

For this first edition we visit Strasbourg’s amazing Musée D’Art Moderne et Contemporain and our regular ArtsTalk contributor Souwie Buis considers the state of museums in general in modern society. We are in Brussels and spend an evening at the wonderful and very eccentric Théâtre Royal de Toone to see Romeo and Juliet as never before.

We have reports on a couple of theatre tours in the UK – a revival of Sheridan’s evergreen The School for Scandal and a children’s show which originated in Australia, Bluey’s Big Play.

We also meet artist Eric Mangen from Luxembourg who we first saw at the Art Rotterdam and we report on another big international art fair, Supermarket in Stockholm.

Yannik Eisenaecher is in Germany and discusses current and previous productions of Richard Wagner’s Parsifal. And if that’s not enough we have a piece from Washington DC based Ukrainian dancer Olga Aru about a day in her life. All this and more in the very first edition of ArtsTalk International which you can read by clicking on the picture or here