Friday the 13th turned out to be not so bad after all. Five Spoken Word performers closed a magical evening in an amazing décor. It was a night full of stories about fortune, good luck, and apocalyptical visions.
Come join us on Friday 13 April from 00.00 at the Maastricht Dominican Church on an extraordinary evening. Witness all the ways in which words can be used through the performances of talented, young Spoken Word artists!
During Museumnacht Maastricht Boekhandel Dominicanen and UM Library will team up again and organise the event Spoken Word, this year revolving itself around the theme ‘Lucky/Unlucky’. And you are welcome to take part!
Following the overwhelming success of its 2016 edition, during ‘Spoken Word 2017’ seven enthusiastic participants gave a dazzling performance. This event was inspired by the Maastricht University Special Collections.
Do you feel like listening and experience a dazzling night of spoken wonders (inspired by the Special Collection of the Maastricht University)? Join us! You are welcome on 7 April from 23.00 at the Dominican Church.
Excited to create and perform your own ideas? We are looking for young writers/poets/singers and songwriters for our second edition of Spoken Word Maastricht on Friday 7 April between 23.00 – 00.00.
Join us for a cosy evening on 8 December, inspired by the UM Special Collections. Explore an interactive exhibition presented by MAFAD students. Don’t miss out on the premiere screening of the ‘Two Girls on Expedition in China’ documentary. Accompanied by music, food and drinks.
After their whirlwind 16-day expedition in China, the girls arrived safely back in Maastricht but couldn’t stop reminiscing about their trip and the connection they felt to the Jesuits. Stay tuned for some interesting events.
Samantha and Angelica are the two students on an expedition in China following the travelogues of the Jesuits based on Kircher’s China Illustrata, which is part of the Maastricht University Special Collections. They are on their way to Tibet now.
Samantha and Angelica are the two students on an expedition in China following the travelogues of the Jesuits based on Kircher’s China Illustrata, which is part of the UM Special Collections. Exciting new developments in their expedition.