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    • 15 Sep 2017
    • 11 May 2018
    • Transnatural Workspace, Lijnbaansgracht 148a, Amsterdam

    Vessels
    Aquatic robotic installation

    Vessels is an installation consisting of a group of water robots that display swarm behaviour. The collective behaviour of the robots show similarities with living creatures’ swarm intelligence. Together they create a simple ecosystem with and within their environment.

    Vessels


    by Sofian Audry
    Sofian Audry creates computational artistic works through different forms such as robotics, electronics intervention, interactive installations and net art. Sofian is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is actively involved in his community as part of artist-run center Perte de Signal which he led as president of the board in 2009-2017, and as lead developer of open source video mapping software MapMap. His work has been presented in Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa in many festivals and exhibitions.

    and Samuel St-Aubin

    Samuel St-Aubin has been part of the electronic arts world since 2002. He has helped produce the work of a number of Quebec artists and collectives. For the past few years, he has been focusing on his own creative efforts. The electronics technician reinvents everyday objects. He injects another dimension into his creations that goes beyond the utilitarian reality of the object, by diverting them from their primary purpose, radically disrupting our relationship with the object. With unflinching precision, his works let us tap into the poetry of the everyday, discovered in the simplicity of existence.

    From October 21 until October 29 for the Dutch Design Week
    VDMA building
    Vestdijk 25-27
    Eindhoven

    From September 15 until May 11
    at the Transnatural Workspace
    Lijnbaansgracht 148a
    Amsterdam

    in the framework of Robotanica Exhibition

    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 01 Jul 2018
    • Steenstraat 1, Leiden

    Canadese Inuit kunst

    In 2017 viert Canada zijn 150-jarig bestaan met de nadruk op diversiteit, verzoening met de inheemse bevolking, klimaatverandering en jongeren. Dit is aanleiding voor een bijzondere galerijtentoonstelling over een van de inheemse bevolkingsgroepen van Canada, de Inuit. 

    Onlangs schonk Hans van Berkel zijn gehele collectie Inuit kunst aan Museum Volkenkunde: spekstenen beelden, grafische kunst en voorwerpen uit het dagelijks leven van de Inuit. Hiervan worden nu de topstukken getoond. Daarnaast hebben H.K.H. Prinses Margriet en Prof.  Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven vanwege de verbondenheid met Canada, het geboorteland van de Prinses, ruimhartig een deel van hun prive collectie Inuit kunst uitgeleend. Een selectie van beide verzamelingen is nu te zien in het museum.

    Hans van Berkel

    Hans van Berkel (1946) behoort tot de grote verzamelaars van Inuit kunst in Nederland. In 1973 reist hij voor het eerst naar Canada. Hij verzamelt dan Inuit kunst en maakt kennis met deze inheemse bevolkingsgroep. Hij realiseert zich dat de aanschaf van kunst ook bijdraagt aan het respect en de waardering voor de cultuur van dit volk. Meer reizen volgen; het begin van een uitgebreide collectie. Onlangs heeft Hans van Berkel de collectie overgedragen aan Museum Volkenkunde, zoals hij ooit zei: ”Ik mag die voorwerpen even vasthouden. Straks geef ik ze door aan een volgende generatie, in de hoop dat die ze zullen waarderen en koesteren zoals ik dat gedaan heb”.

    H.K.H. Prinses Margriet en Prof. Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven

    Prinses Margriet en Prof. Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven hebben vanwege hun verbondenheid met het geboorteland van de Prinses ruimhartig een deel van hun privé collectie geleend voor deze tentoonstelling.
    In 1970 en 1979 reizen zij naar het hoge noorden van Canada. Ze trekken met Inuits op en maken een onvergetelijke sledereis. De Prinses en haar echtgenoot bezoeken Canada nog steeds regelmatig. De verzameling heeft een prominente plaats in hun huis. “Zo kunnen wij er elke dag naar kijken. Maar we geven het ook graag in bruikleen aan dit museum zodat ook anderen ervan kunnen genieten”, aldus de Prinses.

    Canada

    Canada, afgeleid van het indiaanse woord kanata, betekent nederzetting. Al duizenden jaren wordt het land bewoond door indianen en Inuits. Vanaf de vijftiende eeuw is het land verkend en gekoloniseerd door Franse en Engelse pelsjagers en handelaren, gevolgd door missionarissen en kolonisten. In 1867 vormen vier Engelse koloniën de Canadese Confederatie, die uiteindelijk wordt ingedeeld in tien provincies en drie ‘territories’. 

    De tentoonstelling is mede georganiseerd met de Canadese Ambassade in ons land.

    • 19 Apr 2018
    • 20 Apr 2018
    • Rotterdam
    Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin
    Yannick Nézet-Séguin has worked with many leading European ensembles and enjoys close collaborations with the Berlin Philharmoniker, Wiener Philharmoniker, Bayerischer Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester and Chamber Orchestra of Europe; between 2008 and 2014 he was also Principal Guest Conductor of London Philharmonic Orchestra. He has appeared three times at the BBC Proms and at many European festivals, among them Edinburgh, Lucerne, Salzburg and Grafenegg. North American summer appearances include New York’s Mostly Mozart Festival, Lanaudiere, Vail and Saratoga.

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin
    2017/18 will be his tenth and final season with the Rotterdam Philharmonic and will draw to a close with the orchestra’s centenary celebrations in Rotterdam and round Europe. In 2020/2021 he succeeds James Levine as the third Music Director of the Metropolitan Opera, New York and remains in post with The Philadelphia Orchestra, until at least summer 2026, and at the Orchestre Métropolitain (Montréal), where he has served since 2000.

    Thursday April 19 and Friday April 20 at 08:15 PM

    PROGRAM

    Conductor | Yannick Nézet-Séguin
    Piano | Yuja Wang

    F. J. Haydn | Symphony No. 49 ‘La Passione‘
    Rachmaninov | Piano Concerto No. 4
    Tchaikovsky | Symphony No 4

    De Doelen (Main Hall)
    Schouwburgplein, 50
    3012 CL Rotterdam
    Tel. : 00 31 10 217 17 17

    • 17 May 2018
    • 18 May 2018
    • Beursplein 37, 3011AA Rotterdam

    Join Europe's Premier Supply Chain Event

    CSCMP invites you to join us May 17 & 18 2018 in Rotterdam for a 2 day conference covering the most important trends and developments in Supply Chain. With guests and speakers from all across Europe and the USA, save the date and buy your tickets now!

    The CSCMP 2018 European Conference will be hosted in the city where the future of supply chains is made. In an exciting event we present you a program on the cutting edge of innovation and help you plan your successes for the coming years. The conference is combined with the European Research Seminar, where leading academics present and discuss their groundbreaking research.

    With 5 tracks on supply chain’s hottest topics, you will be able to select the right sessions for an amazing experience. Choose to dive into a single topic, or combine your program from different areas, the high-level speakers and sessions provide a unique experience for every participant.

    Get to Know Your Global Supply Chain Community

    Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) members are the backbone of the supply chain management and logistics industries.

    • 30 May 2018
    • 19:00 - 21:00
    • Fluevog Shoes, Amsterdam
    Register

    An invitation to an exclusive VIP event for NCCC members, their friends and family

    Come and meet shoe design icon John Fluevog at their (hopefully) first store in the Netherlands. Such was the power of our Dutch designer reputation and fashion sense, that this is the first store to be located outside North America. Learn about Johns design philosophy, where he draws his inspiration from and why he chose Amsterdam for the first store of his global expansion plans.

    John Fluevog is an independent Canadian designer and retailer of forward-thinking footwear, who has been creating ‘unique soles for unique souls’ since 1970. His earliest customers included The Beach Boys, Alice Cooper, filmmaker Robert Altman and a slew of slightly less famous Fluevogers.

    In recent years, John Fluevog has been using eco-friendly vegetable tanned leathers and water-based glues, reducing the environmental footprint of his production and keeping with his motto; good soles leave small prints (no matter what your shoe size). More recent customers include Beyonce, Madonna and Lady Gaga. His following among male customers is extremely loyal and growing rapidly.

    In 2012, John was recognized by The Two/Ten Foundation of Canada as The Canadian Footwear Industry’s “Shoe Person of the Year,” and John Fluevog Shoes was recently named one of the world’s most innovative companies in the fashion industry by creative business experts Fast Company.

    Traditionally made in old world factories, Fluevog shoes are produced in small runs, are fully repairable, and with their look of quality and timeless luxury, always stand out in a crowd. When you wear a pair of Fluevogs, you’re wearing 47 years of traditionally made untraditional design.

    For men and women of all tastes, bring your friends and family to this unique event. Try some on. Meet a very unique soul. Network with your peers and enjoy a borrel - Vancouver style. Purchases on the night will receive a discount as a thank you for coming out.

    Make a night of it and do something nice in Amsterdam - there's lots of things to choose from.

    • 09 Jun 2018
    • 10 Jun 2018
    Jubilee concert for the Centennial of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra with Yannick Nézet-Séguin

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin has worked with many leading European ensembles and enjoys close collaborations with the Berlin Philharmoniker, Wiener Philharmoniker, Bayerischer Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester and Chamber Orchestra of Europe; between 2008 and 2014 he was also Principal Guest Conductor of London Philharmonic Orchestra. He has appeared three times at the BBC Proms and at many European festivals, among them Edinburgh, Lucerne, Salzburg and Grafenegg. North American summer appearances include New York’s Mostly Mozart Festival, Lanaudiere, Vail and Saratoga.

    2017/18 will be his tenth and final season with the Rotterdam Philharmonic and will draw to a close with the orchestra’s centenary celebrations in Rotterdam and round Europe. In 2020/2021 he succeeds James Levine as the third Music Director of the Metropolitan Opera, New York and remains in post with The Philadelphia Orchestra, until at least summer 2026, and at the Orchestre Métropolitain (Montréal), where he has served since 2000.

    Saturday June 9 at 08:15 PM and Sunday June 10 at 02:15 PM

    PROGRAM

    Conductor | Yannick Nézet-Séguin
    Mezzo-soprano | Joyce DiDonato

    Händel | Svegliatevi nel core
    Händel | Scherza infida
    Mozart | Parto, parto
    Mozart | Symphony no. 35 'Haffner'
    Boccherini / Berio | Ritirata notturna di Madrid
    Bellini | Dopo l'oscuro nembo
    Rossini | Una voce poco fa
    Respighi | Pini di Roma


    De Doelen
    (Main Hall)
    Schouwburgplein, 50
    3012 CL Rotterdam
    Tel. : 00 31 10 217 17 17

    • 20 Jun 2018
    • 22 Jun 2018
    • Vancouver, Canada

    Knowledge to Practice—Applying Science, Policy, and Research to the Blue Economy

    The Canadian Water Summit was launched in 2009 and has grown into Canada’s largest and most diverse annual gathering of business, government, academic, and non-profit water leaders, attracting 300+ attendees each June. The 2018 event will include three days of dynamic programming, including young professional skills training, women in water networking reception, field excursions, live theatre, dynamic exhibitor sessions, and the Water’s Next awards gala. The week showcases the industry’s best, while offering an enjoyable forum to building meaningful relationships to improve your business.

    The Water’s Next national awards program honours the achievements and ideas of individuals and companies that successfully work to change water in Canada.

    Nominations are open! 

    Visit our Nominate page to read about the categories and download the forms.

    Submissions are due April 11, 2018.

    For more information visit watersummit.ca

    • 13 Sep 2018
    • 16 Sep 2018
    • Toronto, Canada


    Conference: September 13 & 14, 2018
    Trade Show: September 15 & 16, 2018 | Open 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m daily
    Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, Toronto, ON

    The path to retail excellence begins at CHFA East.  Discover the latest trends and new product offerings from 850 exhibiting companies. Enjoy big savings on show specials, sample products to your heart’s content and make new business connections.  Whether you are sourcing natural health products or specialty foods like organic, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, kosher or halal – it’s all here at CHFA East! 

    • 03 Oct 2018
    • 04 Oct 2018
    • Beursgebouw Eindhoven

    Global marketplace for medicinal and aromatic plants.

    Worldwide, the lifestyles of some 6.3 billion people rely on the cultivation of plants. Demand for herbal drugs, cosmetics, foodstuffs and other products in this already vast market continues to grow. Taken together, plant products form a specialised but lucrative sector with plenty of opportunities. Meanwhile, sustainable plant use contributes to global wellbeing and a healthy ecosystem.

    Aware of the industry’s immense potential, MAP EXPO has been established as the go-to global marketplace for the key players in MAP-related sectors. This unique event aims to enhance and integrate links in the supply chain, matching suppliers with buyers and developing new markets in the process. Specialist knowledge can be exchanged, and market leaders both new and old will have an opportunity to influence the MAP industry’s future direction.

    Organised by NCCC member NBI International. For more information, visit here.

    ARRGO Canada

    Here you can see Canadian growers ARRGO who attended MAP Expo 2017.
    • 13 Nov 2018
    • TBA

    Save The Date!

    The NCCC Annual Luncheon will be held 13th November 2018. Location TBA. Details will be available shortly.

Past events

18 Apr 2018 OpenText Innovation Tour 2018
17 Apr 2018 High Tech Campus Tour and Company Visit
28 Mar 2018 International Matchmaking at Limburg Unlimited
28 Mar 2018 Foreign Direct Investment: extra energy for economic expansion (E4)
23 Mar 2018 Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
20 Mar 2018 Think Canada Global Business Summit
14 Mar 2018 Achieving a Business-friendly Environment in the EU
12 Mar 2018 DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF CETA FOR YOUR BUSINESS
08 Mar 2018 Cirque du Soleil presents OVO in Antwerp
06 Mar 2018 Food & beverage missie voor de cruise sector
22 Feb 2018 Canadian Food Health Association Expo 2018
15 Feb 2018 The Swedish Chamber and Young Professionals Entrepreneurs Café
06 Feb 2018 ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2018
01 Feb 2018 NCCC VIP Presentation & 2018 Kick-off
24 Jan 2018 Dual Citizenship - Being Undutched
18 Jan 2018 Nederlands Paviljoen op de Polagra Premiery 2018
08 Jan 2018 HORECAVA
04 Dec 2017 Canada Mission - Holland International Distribution Council
24 Nov 2017 Go Abroad Fair in the Netherlands
17 Nov 2017 Annual Luncheon
08 Nov 2017 Hurricane Irma Relief - Charity Event for St. Maarten
06 Nov 2017 Road2NorthAmerica XL
28 Oct 2017 Innovatiemissie Smart Mobility naar VS en Canada
03 Oct 2017 European Utility Week
02 Oct 2017 Economische Missie Naar Canada
29 Sep 2017 WORLD OF TASTE Tourism and Gastronomy Festival
28 Sep 2017 Special VIP event - Mr. Pierre-Marc Johnson
26 Sep 2017 Agricultural Bioscience International Conference
14 Sep 2017 IBC 2017
12 Sep 2017 Webinar – European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation Masterclass
08 Sep 2017 Exhibition - The Other Architect
01 Sep 2017 Embassy Festival
23 Jul 2017 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing
10 Jul 2017 Enterprise World 2017
06 Jul 2017 Workshop CETA: Handel met Canada en voordelen van CETA
06 Jul 2017 Handel met Canada en de voordelen van CETA
05 Jul 2017 Cirque Éloize’s newest creation - Saloon
29 Jun 2017 Canada: Reaching Across the Pond in Times of Change
26 Jun 2017 The European Institute of Retailing and Services Studies (EIRASS) 2017 Conference
15 Jun 2017 Navigating Changing EU Data Privacy Regulations and Compliance Challenges
15 Jun 2017 “The World Needs More Canada”? Changes and Challenges in Contemporary Canadian Culture and Society
13 Jun 2017 Global Petroleum Show
12 Jun 2017 Starting your international business with Road2TheWorld
04 Jun 2017 Dutch Tall Ships Sail to Canada
01 Jun 2017 Cybersecurity - it affects you and here is how and why
31 May 2017 Managing compliance risks; know your customer & due diligence
18 May 2017 NCCC Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs – After Work In Rotterdam
12 May 2017 Canadian Tulip Festival
08 May 2017 Cyber Security Networking Reception
07 May 2017 Viering 150 jaar Canada / Gelderland Meets Canada
06 May 2017 The Canada 150 TD Environmental Design Competition Final
02 May 2017 SIAL Canada with EU Business Delegation
19 Apr 2017 International Robotics Week
12 Apr 2017 Company Visit & NCCC AGM
29 Mar 2017 MAP-EXPO. The Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
22 Mar 2017 The Rural Summit 2017
16 Mar 2017 Canadian singer Melissa Lauren at jazzcafé Regentenkamer
16 Feb 2017 Innovation for Health 2017
11 Feb 2017 Emigration Expo 2017 Houten
09 Feb 2017 Cyber Security Awareness
06 Feb 2017 Integrated Systems Europe 2017
10 Jan 2017 NCCC New Years Cocktail Reception
06 Dec 2016 CETA Seminar: What Does It Mean For You?
04 Dec 2016 Innovatiemissie e-Health Toronto & Boston
08 Nov 2016 NCCC Annual Luncheon 2016
08 Nov 2016 TCI Global Conference - Global Changes - Challenges for Innovation Clusters
07 Nov 2016 Canadian ISP Summit
05 Nov 2016 IamExpat Fair
19 Oct 2016 Think Canada: Global Business Summit
23 Sep 2016 Bosch Dreams - Until 4th November
19 Sep 2016 Global Forum
19 Sep 2016 Green Building Festival
12 Sep 2016 Toronto International Film Festival Premieres 2 Dutch Film Directors
08 Sep 2016 International Broadcasting Convention 2016
24 Jun 2016 Hightech en Agrifood in Canada
23 Jun 2016 La Fête nationale du Québec à Bruxelles / De nationale feestdag van Québec in Brussel
23 Jun 2016 Canadian Water Summit
17 Jun 2016 Building your Business in the Netherlands
14 Jun 2016 Cybersecurity and Anti-Bribery - Are you secure? Do you comply?
08 Jun 2016 Canada Summit
07 Jun 2016 Canada Green Building Council Conference
22 May 2016 Trade Mission: Toronto & Winnipeg
18 May 2016 Blue Cities 2016
09 May 2016 Flavours of British Columbia
19 Apr 2016 Annual General Meeting Only
19 Apr 2016 Annual General Meeting & Air Canada Company Visit
02 Feb 2016 Building your Business in Canada: Opportunities in Soft Landing

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