Category: Art & Culture

Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.


Utrechts Bookshop Gem

I had the pleasure of speaking with Maria Postema about De Utrechtse Kinderboekwinkel on Ganzenmarkt. For over more than 35 years, de Utrechtse Kinderboekwinkel has been the go to place in Utrecht for anyone...


Utrecht history brought to Life

The Nederlands Volksbuurtmuseum celebrated its 25th anniversary this year. It was in 1974, that the residents of District C first established the District C Committee, to maintain and restore their neighbourhood. To support this...


Classic Painting comes home to Utrecht

In wonderful news for Art Lovers, the Central Museum of Utrecht has added ‘The surrender of the city’ to its collections With financial support from the Mondriaan Fund and KF Heinfonds, the Central Museum...


Stolen Art in Utrecht Museums?

More art stolen from Jewish families found in Dutch museums including Wassily Kandinskis Watercolour No. 2. It has been reported that Dutch museums have at least 170 works of art in their collections which may...


Meet Maison Savant

This should actually be called Meet Raymond Landegent. He runs Maison Savant in Rotterdam. We wrote about him a week or so ago when he won the Awesome Utrecht pitch to paint murals in...

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Oud-Utrecht celebration comes to city

The Utrecht historical association, Oud-Utrecht has been in existence for 95 years and they are celebrating this occasion throughout the year. The highlight of their celebrations will be on 13 October with the very...


Robbie Cornelissen draws them in!

Its holiday time soon. Are you looking for something to do? What about the Autumn Holiday Drawing Festival from 21 to 26 October The Centraal Museum is organizing an exhibition with Utrecht artist Robbie... - News - Arts & Culture - Vrouwen Library Utrecht 2 0

Womens Library spreads the Word

Marjolein Datema writes in her monthly Women’s Library newsletter. October is the month of history. And the theme is revolt. At the National Monument Camp Vught you will be able to see the exhibition,...