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Third time’s a charm. Our ARTY PARTY army thrived and we set them out around the country to bring us today’s talented artists, straight from the graduation show. Together, we unite all the art disciplines and young artists to shatter classic presentations, embrace the extraordinary and to let art rule for one glorious night. Friday August 2nd, we serve you freshly graduated talent, art in unexpected places, speed dates with talent scouts, a Stampa special: art talk show, art talks and tunes. To put it simple: art = party. Admire, experience, dance and we will save you a spot in art heaven. 

​Aniek Kroes, Bodil Ouédraogo, Diana Gheorghiu, Daan Couzijn, Fabian Reichle, Ghiel de Best, Hava Özbas, Jason Harvey, Jean-Baptiste Castel, Jessica Tiemessen, Larice Schuurbiers, Loretta Mulders, Lou Buche & Javier Roderiguez, Julia Luteijn, Karlijn van Beurden, Maria Luiza Grymonprez, Naomi Jansen, Natasha Rijkhoff, Nora Welgraven, Pip Pender, Rowena Buur, Sara Daniel, Sarah Wong, Simon Keizer, Sven ten Berge, Tobias Groot, Veronika Vidø, Victoire Eouzan + more TBA

​DOGMA - the host of this year's ARTY PARTY tunes. DOGMA have been running underground parties in and around AMS for several years now: constructing parties for freaks that seek in the dark broken spaces orbiting the edges of the city. Their events recruit rising local artists from the Dutch acid, wave and electro scene, paired with a back to basics attitude. Pure raving. From philosophy through to execution. 

RACHEL GREEN - No art without party and no party without Rachel Green! Amsterdam born and based Rachel, has been in the game for over 10 years. She grew up on Hip Hop, Dubstep, Funk and walked amongst all musical paths throughout the years while combining them in her sets. Constantly evolving her musical spectrum Rachel has become one of the most multi faced DJs around.

KNOW V.A. - Amsterdam-based duo Know V.A. is one of the voices in the current renaissance of Dutch early hardcore. Driven by the search for the new, the two producers strip down the hard dance music they know until only the core principles remain. With the sheen of brute violence removed, a softer and more intricate existence appears.