1. Film Five Seasons - Piet Oudolf garden designer
What: Film maker Thomas Piper recently completed a documentary on the work of Dutchman Piet Oudolf called Five Season. Piet Oudolf is perhaps the most Internationally acclaimed garden designer in the world today. He is described as being one of the founders of a completely new way of gardening, sometimes referred to as the 'Dutch wave' or the 'New perennial movement'. He designed New York City’s High Line and Chicago’s Millennium Park. The movie is partly in Dutch (with English subtitles) and English.
2. Dutch Club Abel Tasman Stamppot Luncheon Sunday 1 July - 12:30 pm
Bookings: 0413 218 745 or 0419 549 376. All welcome.
3. Every Friday: Happy Hour at "The Dutchie"
What: Happy Hour @ The Dutchy. Special deals on wine and all the Dutch beers in the newly renovated foyer. Delicious snack food available. Free entry.
Where: Dutch Club Abel Tasman,60 Rosstown Road, Carnegie
4. Between Two Worlds | Escher x Nendo
What: Between Two Worlds | Escher X nendo is the first major Australian exhibition to feature the extraordinary work of Dutch artist M.C. Escher in dialogue with the work of acclaimed Japanese design studio nendo.
Escher created some of the most iconic images of the twentieth century. Escher’s unique artistic vision is traced through 160 prints and drawings and presented within a ground-breaking exhibition environment by nendo. Drawn from the world’s largest collection of Escher’s work in the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, this expansive exhibition covers the full span of the artist’s career, from 1916 through to his final work produced in 1969.
The exhibition seamlessly presents the worlds of both Escher and nendo.
When: 2 Dec 2018 – 7 Apr 2019, Open daily 10 am - 5 pm
Where: NGV International Ground Level