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5 DUTCH DAYS 5 BOROUGHS

      

              November 16 - 20, 2011  

5 Days of Celebrating Dutch Arts & Culture Past & Present

5 Dutch Days is a five day cultural event which takes place in New York City every November.  It celebrates the continuous influence of Dutch arts and culture in New York City and brings together arts and cultural organizations from across the city.  Programs include walking tours, lectures, concerts and contemporary art offerings.

Join us in 2011 for another exciting calendar of events!

 

Kick-off Reception

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

                      

                          venue: to be announced

 

Email atan.naf@verizon.net for how to be involved or to be added to  our email alert list.

    5 DUTCH DAYS 2010 WAS A SUCCESS!

To view more photos from past 5 Dutch Days events please click on ARCHIVE.

 

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   2010 Kickoff Event

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A program of The Netherland-America Foundation

news

  • 5 Dutch Days 2011 will start with a kick-off on November 15, 2011, Dutch American Heritage Day and continue with 5 days of events from November 16-20, 2011

history

  • 5 Dutch Days Meets with the Prince: During September's NY400 Week in 2009 Felcia Mayro represented 5 Dutch Days as well as the St. Mark's Historic Landmark Fund in a meet-and-greet with Crown Prince Willem Alexander on Governor's Island.
  • 5 Dutch Days 5 Boroughs is pleased to present our first official Logo: Designed by Tony Thijssen, David Haring and Chris Ritchie of Studio Lekker. The logo seeks to be modern yet have historic resonance, particulary referencing heraldic imagery. The pentagon represents the pivotal importance of all five boroughs to 5 Dutch Days. Tony Thijssen is the creative director/ founder of the interactive design agency, "Studio Lekker" and the lead designer for the 5 Dutch Days Identity Piece and Brochure. His interactive work has been recognized with awards and distinctions like Communication Arts, MacroMedia's Site of the Day and How Design. Studio Lekker