Emily participates in the group exhibition Art for Animals’ Sake (October 6-15).
The Dutch Letterenfonds selected Emily Kocken along with five others to write radio plays for public broadcasting.
Visit the book signing by Emily Kocken at the Uitmarkt on August 27.
Early July the Dutch Foundation for Literature awarded Emily Kocken a grant for the development of her second novel De kuur (published in 2016 by Querido).
A selection of photos from the performance in Het Veem Theater on May 14-18.
In the interview she speaks about her interactive performance Read-in Cinema.
For the production Read-in Cinema Emily Kocken is looking for performers.
Sunday 25 May Emily Kocken reads from her novel Witte vlag in the Rembrandtpark.
The Book Lovers presents the first (pop-up) bookstore dedicated exclusively to artist novels.
The presentation of the novel will be held in Moes in de Appel arts centre at 17:00.
Emily will answer questions about using autobiographic data in one's art practice. How much do we need to know about an artist in order to understand and appreciate the work?
Within the scope of her solo show ‘The Maiden Element’ Emily Kocken organizes a script read-in of the film 'Picnic at Hanging Rock' on February 13, 2013.
This solo show (presented by C&H art space) consists of black and white portraits of young girls, and two series of drawings.
Emily Kocken will participate in the upcoming group show at C&H art space. Gallery artists were invited to choose guests for the exhibition.
To benefit the auction for the BaasGalgo Foundation in restaurant 5.0 of Museum Schunck in Heerlen.
This is a publication one might define as an essay on an unusual exponent of feminist art. It is to be read as a short guide to Josien Vogelaar’s show Danse Macabre.
New photographic works presented at summer group show at C&H art space Opening: 2 July 2011 18:00–21:00, show runs until 3 September Where: C&H art space, Amsterdam Open: Thu-Sat 11:00–18:00