Live Jazzy Sounds@Cé
Every first Friday of the month fresh jazzy sounds, funky drinks and ‘soul’food in Brasserie Cé. Starting at 6:30 PM
One of the best kept secrets of Central, the wine cellar by A.J. Rademaker.
Fully catered afternoon including exceptional selection of fine wines, table water, snacks and small dishes. Led by wine specialists Freek van Dorsten & Floris Verlinden you will be taken on a journey back in time. You can feel the tension with each bottle...... "what would be the taste of this bottle of wine?"
Come and see for yourself! We would like to invite you during our 'Meet & Discover' events. Between 16.00 hrs and 18.00 hrs we are ready to show you all our facilities for your meeting, seminar, conference or other event.
Dates 'Meet & Discover' 2019
√ Thursday, 11 April, 2019
√ Thursday, 5 September, 2019
SIGN UP: please call us via telephone 0031-73- 6.926.935 or mail to email@example.com.
We would like to invite you during one of our 'Open House' days in Hotel Central.
√ Sunday, 14 April, 2019 from 11.00 hrs until 16.00 hrs
√ Sunday, 30 June, 2019 from 11.00 hrs until 16.00 hrs
√ Sunday, 22 September, 2019 from 11.00 hrs until 16.00 hrs
√ Sunday, 24 November, 2019 from 11.00 hrs until 16.00 hrs
Officially give the word YES too each other is also possible at Central! On our 'Open House' days Mr Bert Crown, wedding officer of the municipality of's-Hertogenbosch, will be present between 14.00 hours and 15.00 hours to answer all your questions.
Alongside Hieronymus Bosch and Vincent van Gogh, the Den Bosch born-and-bread Jan Sluijters (1881-1957) is one of the three Brabant-born artists the Noordbrabants Museum regularly celebrates. The major autumn exhibition Jan Sluijters. The wild years shows how, early on in his career, on two separate occasions, the young artist spends a number of months in Paris, where he comes into contact with the avant-garde art of the epoch: the work of the ‘fauves’ (the wild beasts), cubism and luminism.
In the exhibition The Ghosts of Sunday Morning brings Design Museum Den Bosch an ode to the professionals of the European ceramic work centre. The EKWC is for 50 years the place where craft, art, design and imagination in ceramics meet.
60 years of the twentieth century from the Netherlands wanted to be modern. Characteristic was a penchant for geometrical design and the use of white, black and grey. The exhibition ' Modern 1963-1989 – the appearance of a Netherlands country guide ' gives a vivid picture of design, architecture and art from this period.
The paintings created by artist Ali Banisadr are a reflection of his Iranian roots and the influence of European artists such as Hieronymus Bosch, Paolo Veronese, Tintoretto and Francis Bacon. The bright and vivid pieces are a mixture of order and chaos, of beauty and horror.
Brabant brothers Gerard (Tilburg, 1746 – Paris, 1822) and Cornelis (Tilburg, 1756 – Paris, 1839) van Spaendonck learnt the painter's trade in Antwerp. From there, Gerard - followed later by his brother Cornelis - departed for Paris, where the two soon made careers painting flowers.
Geert Lap – Specific Objects offers a stunning overview of the incomparable oeuvre of one of the most important post-war ceramic artists in the world. Designer Aldo Bakker takes care of the exhibition design. He goes into Design Museum Den Bosch a dialogue with the work of Lap about the search for the perfect form.
Design Museum Den Bosch presents the world's first retrospective exhibition of design of the Third Reich. The Volkswagen Beetle, the Olympic Games in 1936, the swastika and the films of Leni Riefenstahl. The important loans come from major German museums in Berlin and Munich
The exhibition Van Gogh’s Inner Circle. Friends, Family, Models will give a broad view on the people who played an important part in Van Gogh’s life and work. His complex relationships with family, friends and fellow artists, students and models from Brabant to the south of France were often strong and long-lasting, but sometimes ended in estrangement. The exhibition includes prominent pieces from the Netherlands and abroad. Drawings, letters, pictures and poetry give more insight to his relationships. A surprising new perspective on one of the world’s greatest artist.