Episode 82: Rosa da Silva, Geert Pruiksma and Fronique OosterhofFirst aired: Wednesday, 3 February 2016 at 17.00 hours
In this episode Annette Timmer talks with Rosa da Silva about "de Tweeling," with Geert Pruiksma about the Folkingestraat in Groningen and with Fronique Oosterhof about the new exhibition in GRID.
Actress Rosa da Silva grew up in Klazienaveen. She graduated as a drama teacher at the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Zwolle and graduated in 2014 at the Amsterdam Theatre & Kleinkunstacademie. Since October she plays Lotte in "De Tweeling," based on the bestseller by Tessa de Loo. The musical is from 3 t / m February 21 to see at Martini Plaza in Groningen. For this, she had the lead role in the play 'Anne'. Rosa won last year the Drentse Talentprijs Cultuur.
Art / architectural historian Geert Pruiksma is fixed monthly guest. He is director of the Museum Nienoord in Leek since January 1rst . He is coordinator of the department of sculpture and graphics of the Classical Academy in Groningen. Previously he was director of Museum De Buitenplaats in Eelde. This time he let us look at the Folkingestraat in Groningen. Besides nice shops there is also surprising art which refers to the past.
Fronique Oosterhof is Managing Director of GRID Graphic Museum Groningen. Since last October GRID is housed in a new place at the St. Jansstraat in the heart of the city. 30 January / April 3, there is the exhibition 'retreaded, 40 years Noorderbreedte "see. More than twenty graphic designers, photographers and artists, defined the image of north latitude, the magazine for landscape and habitat in the northern Netherlands. The exhibition gives an overview of all 226 covers.