Tessa de Vries Tessa de Vries (30) Tessa likes Cadaques, kroket, and radio documentaries. She wants to explore Europe through personal stories.

Souvenirs – stories part 2

Watch more stories of the Souvenir project, in which we gradually uncover the story of Europe as told through keepsakes collected from various travels.

Souvenirs – The first stories

Watch the first two stories of the Souvenir project, in which we gradually uncover the story of Europe as told through keepsakes collected from various travels.

‘They are a symbol of freedom’

Tessa and Elisa have been filming for their project Souvenirs, gradually uncovering the story of Europe as told through keepsakes collected from various travels.

Upcoming project: souvenirs

Read more about this project and see if you can add your story!

Propaganda by the People at The Wall

New Europeans have invited Propaganda by the People for a collaboration at The Wall. In the coming weeks, they will organize a series of workshops in search of Europe.

New Europeans at Poppositions

Read more about our contribution to the programme of Poppositions during Art Brussels

On the Need and Necessity of Artists

Charlien and Tessa went to Brussels to attend the literary seminar Need and Necessity organized by the international house of literature Passa Porta. Read, watch and listen to their experiences.

Public Voting Session – The Result

Tessa reports on the outcome of Domenique’s voting session

, Amsterdam

Vote for our next artistic intervention

What art project should New European Domenique Himmelsbach de Vries work on next? Come vote on February 26!

Raimond Wouda on his project ‘School’

The bell rings, its break time. Students rush out of classrooms, stairs get clogged and every corner of the building is being seized by groups of youngsters chatting, laughing and eating their sandwiches. These are images of high school still engraved in my memory. Photographer Raimond Wouda captured these very moments in his exhibition School, […]

9 February 2016, Amsterdam

Open Classroom #2 & Opening Exhibition Raimond Wouda

In our second open classroom on 19 February we’ll reflect on the topic of (alternative) education in Europe. In addition we will celebrate the new exhibition of photographer Raimond Wouda at the Wall, which touches upon the same topic.

Open Classroom #1: Searching for a New European Symbolism

– The Open Classroom is fully¬†booked! – This will be the first in a series of open classrooms hosted by the New Europeans project aimed at rethinking the symbols that represent Europe. For our opening classroom we are very fortunate to have Dr Russell Foster from the European Studies department at the University of Amsterdam […]