Who or what should Radboud University (no longer) commemorate or celebrate in the next 100 years? In the project Reframing Radboud, students and staff of Radboud University, under the guidance of POST (platform for contemporary art), set to work on this question. The result is an interactive exhibition focusing on Radboud University's 'uncomfortable' heritage.
Thursday 19 October until Saturday 21 October | Lecture hall complex
Reframing Radboud is a research group of Radboud University students and staff under the guidance of POST, a platform for contemporary art. Over the past six months, they have scrutinised 100 years of tangible and intangible heritage and studied how other professionals and institutions are trying to shape and access their (heritage) collections in new ways.
The result of the group? An interactive exhibition and a panel discussion during the Radboud Art & Science Festival! We dive deeper into Radboud University's 'uncomfortable' heritage. Learn more about the history of Radboud University and the heritage collected over the past century. Which collection items do you think can are no longer acceptable today?
About Reframing Radboud
Reframing Radboud is a research group of Radboud University students and staff under the guidance of POST, a platform for contemporary art.
Radboud Art & Science Festival
This event is part of Radboud Art & Science. On 19, 20 and 21 October, immerse yourself in the world of art and science on the university campus.
Let yourself be transported to the past through music, film, and dance. Walk past photo exhibitions, light installations and visual art that give you a unique perspective of the campus. There will also be live concerts, performances, and interactive performances in unexpected places. In doing so, we delve into the university's heritage, history and day-to-day operations, and explore the stories of students, researchers and other staff.
Entrance to Radboud Art & Science is free and everyone is welcome. Will you be there?