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Sundaymorning@ekwc , the artist in residence centre and centre of excellence in the Dutch town of Oisterwijk is the most renowned skills and development centre for ceramics in the world. Its aim is to promote the development of ceramics in art, design and architecture. Sundaymorning@ekwc gives visitors plenty of opportunities to see, hear, feel, smell and sample ceramics. As a previous visitor reacted enthusiastically: “To think that all this is possible, it’s great that it exists”.

International and 24/7
Each year the centre plays host to about 60 artists, designers…

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Sundaymorning@ekwc , the artist in residence centre and centre of excellence in the Dutch town of Oisterwijk is the most renowned skills and development centre for ceramics in the world. Its aim is to promote the development of ceramics in art, design and architecture. Sundaymorning@ekwc gives visitors plenty of opportunities to see, hear, feel, smell and sample ceramics. As a previous visitor reacted enthusiastically: “To think that all this is possible, it’s great that it exists”.

International and 24/7
Each year the centre plays host to about 60 artists, designers and architects from all over the world. The centre is fully geared up to an international audience. Both art and design lovers and producers (ceramists, designers, artists) can look around this unusual artists’ workplace and can visit an artist in his studio. Artists work here 24 hours a day; so Sundaymorning@ekwc is open 24/7. Guided tours for groups from 8 people are by arrangement and are also available day and night. Sundaymorning@ekwc is a workplace where developments are demonstrated to the public. This is one thing that makes it different from regular museums.

 “There is energy in the air
During a visit to Sundaymorning@ekwc you will see works which are just about to be moved to a gallery or museum. Sundaymorning@ekwc occupies what is probably the liveliest spot in Oisterwijk, on the site of the former KVL Royal Leather Factory. It’s a dynamic location that is constantly evolving and where production is a central theme. Sundaymorning@ekwc also organises (English language) guided tours, open studios (test cases), lectures, workshops and themed events. And if you’re feeling hungry during your visit: next to the workplace you can enjoy the delicacies of Master Patissier and Master Boulanger Robèrt van Beckhoven at the ‘Bij Robèrt’ bakery.

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The KVL site is just a five minute walk from Oisterwijk railway station, centrally located between Tilburg, Eindhoven and ‘s-Hertogenbosch. The site can also be reached easily by car. Come and admire the most advanced and high-quality facilities in ceramics at Sundaymorning@ekwc!

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  • Sundaymorning@ekwc is open to the public, by appointment only.