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School trip to Amsterdam

In spring term 2013, the Art Course went to Amsterdam along with a couple of the school's other courses. It was a wonderful trip where we experienced the city of Amsterdam and saw a lot of art. Amsterdam is an ideal city to visit on a school trip as it's incredibly charming and of a size which makes it easy to navigate on foot, so as not having to use public transport all the time to get around. At the same time Amsterdam offers first class art experiences. We visited the newly reopened and revamped Stedelijk Museum and Rijkmuseum, for modern and historical art respectively. We saw lots of classics, of course, incl. Rembrandt, Vermeer and van Gogh, and also experienced modernist masters like Mondrian. And of course, we also experienced a lot of contemporary art at various Kunsthalles, smaller commercial galleries and artist run projectspaces around the city; a.o. GRIMM, Diana Stigter, W139 and De Appel. We spent one day going to Rotterdam to visit Kunsthal Rotterdam, Witte de With and the excellent Museum Boijman van Beuningen. There was also time for an exciting visit to the art- and design school Rietveld Academie, where a Krabbesholm ex-student gave a guided tour.