News Archive Read aloud NEW: Art route Rotterdam, from Zuidplein to Central Station The Art Route Rotterdam, from Zuidplein to Central Station, will be launched on Wednesday 26 October. 'Big water' travels along the Nieuwe Maas On September 24 and October 1, 8 and 14, 'Groot Water' by Maud van den Beuken will travel along the Nieuwe Maas. Behrang Mousavi and Ninotchka de Windt strengthen Supervisory Board of CBK Rotterdam The Rotterdam municipal executive has appointed Behrang Mousavi and Ninotchka de Windt as new members of the Supervisory Board of CBK Rotterdam. MAYOR ABOUTALEB VISITS JASBANK IN HOEK VAN HOLLAND The reconstruction of the Jasbank on the edge of the Hoekse Bosjes in Hoek van Holland has recently been completed. Martin Lodewijk designs monument 'Palenosjes' The well-known Rotterdam cartoonist Martin Lodewijk designed the monument 'Bleekneusjes', the memorial to the Rotterdam children during the hunger winter. R&D awards round 2 (2022) In the second round of R&D (Development & Research grant for Rotterdam artists) of 2022, 13 of the 65 applications were granted. Research residencies Dresden-Rotterdam Together with the Goethe-Institut Niederlande and Kulturamt der Stadt Dresden, CBK Rotterdam is making a research grant available this year on the political context of works of art and monuments in public space. 'SASH' by Ron van der Ende has been placed The time has come: the monumental artwork Sash by Ron van der Ende has been placed on the facade. Eva Cohen-Hartogkade refurbishment completed Martine Herman's landscape design consists of 10.000 unique stones integrated in the walkways between green surfaces. New neon line of poetry at OBS Het Landje Nearly 700 children from 25 classes heralded the unveiling of the poem on the facade of the school building of OBS Het Landje on Friday 20 May 2022. ARTWORK ANDRÉ VOLTEN REPLACED ON THE DORDTSELAAN We will place the artwork from 1964 by André Volten in the vicinity of the Maashaven metro station. Publication: Temporary Work Contribution PPR A publication about the Temporary Work Contribution Production, Presentation and Research (PPR) that was launched during the coronalockdowns to help artists maintain their professional practice.