Winter School with Tyas Leeuwerink - Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst

Winter School with Tyas Leeuwerink

4, 5 & 6 January 2022

Winter School will be back in 2022. This edition focuses on developing a “personal manifesto”, and will be instructed by Tyas Leeuwerink!

Summerschool met Jonas Ohlsson

At the three-day Winter School at the Cobra Museum of Modern Art, you will work in an investigative manner, both individually and in groups, examining your own conviction and expressiveness within a personal manifesto and looking for the form that best lends itself to it. How do you relate to this time, place and society and how do you give shape and content to your thoughts? Together with our teacher Tyas Leeuwerink you will explore the creative experiment, and how to translate your own convictions into works of art.

By focusing on daring and experiment, we are working on a series of works, and a selection works by the sutdents/participants will be shown during the last day of the Winter School in our Cobra Studio.

Summerschool met Jonas Ohlsson

Practical information:
Dates and times: 4, 5 and 6 January 2022, from 10 am to 5 pm
Language: Dutch and English
Costs: € 150 per participant (including materials and coffee/tea, an exhibition and festive opening)
Registration: available later this year.

There are a limited number of places available. Everyone from 18 years old is welcome to participate in Winterschool ’22, no prior knowledge is required. Participants will receive the timetable and further instructions one week prior to the Winter School.

For specific questions about the program, send us an email at with the subject “Winter School”.

Tyas Leeuwerink

About the Instructor:
Tyas Leeuwerink (1989, Amsterdam) is an artist and teacher at various leading museums in Amsterdam, such as the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. He studied visual arts teaching and obtained the title of Master of Fine Arts at the art academy. Within his work as an artist are the effect of the creative process, the moment of insight and working with light and dark recurring themes. In his visual work, he uses various techniques, including projection and moving images.