DEVET is a bureau for graphic research and cultural design, founded by Annelys de Vet. DEVET's work explores the role of design in relation to the public and political discourse.
26th June, Utrecht
During the final manifestation of Utrecht Manifest, de Vet will be interviewed by Dingeman Kuileman.
27th May – 14th June 2015, Chaumont (F)
For the student competition of the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival, Annelys de Vet has curated UNMAPPING THE WORLD as part of the Chaumont International Center for Graphic Design.оставить бесплатное объявлениераскрутка сайтов в поисковиках
Tourist office Tournai, 3 April – 3 May 2015
Exhibition of the Subjective atlas of Hainaut in the tourist office of Tournai
4pm, 24 April, Art Brussels
Round table presentation at Art Brussels about artist books. With a.o. Phillip Van den Bossche, Astrid Vostermans, Anouk Kruithof and Koenraad Dedobbeleer.
5, 9, 10 March, Pakistan
A presentation by De Vet about conflict resolution through design, including a presentation of the upcoming Subjective atlas of Pakistan. Thursday March 5th, 10 am at Indus Valley School of Arts (Karachi); monday 9th, 11 am at National College of Art (Lahore); tuesday 10th, 12am at Beacon house National University (Lahore)
26 February 2015, Antwerp
As part of the lecture series on alternative story telling, Annelys de Vet will give a masterclass and public lecture atthe Sint Lucas, Antwerp.альфа банк кредитная картараскрутка сайта эффективная реклама
6 Feb – 5 March, Bogota
Exhibition in Cámera De Comercio De Bogota with works for Subjective atlas of Colombia, curated by Hugo Herrera Tobon and Moniek Driesse
20th November, Rotterdam
De Vet is speaking during the event about creative disciplines and new, social business models.
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20th November, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen (NL)
Discussion about Disarming Design form Palestine during a round-table-talk in the context of the design column #9 ‘Conflicted’сумка для macbookразмещение баннерной рекламы
Beaux-arts de Paris, 14–16 nov. 2014
Disarming Design from Palestine will be presented during Off Print Parisцены на сайтыпроверка сайт на вирусы
22 oct – 15 nov, Ramallah
Disarming Design from Palestine is part of the Palestinian art biennial. An exhibition and shop is on display at the International Academy of Art Palestine .деньги в долг от частных лицраскрутка сайтов гарантии
27 sept 2014 — 25 jan 2015, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen (NL)
Disarming Design from Palestine is part of the designcolumn in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam.
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30 September 2014, Amsterdam
Presentation during Design Matters in Pakhuis de Zwijger. Jeroen Junte: “We will explore the consequence of conflict for the practice of architects, product developers and graphic designers.”dubai escortsпрайсы на комплексное продвижение сайта
11–22 August 2014, Colombia
Workshops in Colombia with Hugo Herera Tobon and Moniek Driesse in collaboration with Universidad de los Andes
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1, 2, 4 August 2014, Rotterdam
Open Set — Dutch Graphic Design Summer School runs from the 28th of July to the 9th of August in 2014 and comprises two weeks of workshops and lectures.
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