You can get tickets for the exhibition, the in-depth program, guided tours and the Fotomarathons here or at the door.
Deepening program | € 2.50 plus admission ticket exhibition for that day
Photographers tour € 2.50 plus admission ticket exhibition for that day
Guided tour € 1.00 plus admission ticket exhibition for that day
FLOOR PROGRAM THURSDAY EVENING
Every Thursday evening there is an in-depth program with a different approach every week. The events cost € 2.50 plus a valid ticket for that day. Pay at the door.
International Student Night | Thursday, November 23rd 19.30 - 21.30 spoke English
Special evening with varied program: free guided tours with an emphasis on photography or societal themes; workshops Instagram from home photographer Joost Nuijten (@yheetookjoost); and a lecture by photographer Dirk-Jan Visser, organized by Amnesty International Students Groningen.
Discussion evening Thursday, November 30, 19.30 - 21.00 spoke English
A discussion that examines the refugee problem in different directions under the direction of Anne-Jan Toonstra. The guests of that evening are refugee Yoones, volunteer Ebel Jan van Dijk and photographer Maarten de Kok. They got to know each other at Lesbos when Maarten photographed there for his project 'Portraits for Freedom'. Maartens new project, 'The Next Stop', can be seen as part of the WPFGroningen exhibition. The evening ends with a tour of both exhibitions.
Every Friday afternoon you can report to the desk for a special guided tour led by a photographer. The tour costs € 2.50 plus a regular ticket for that day. Each tour guide has its own specialty and focus, so choose your favorite approach. Both Maarten de Kok and Andrea Stultiens will also discuss their own work during their tour, which can also be seen in the Synagogue during the World Press Photo 17 exhibition in Groningen. Dennis Lapré pays attention in his tours to the technical side of photography; he also gives guided tours outside Friday afternoon.
Andrea Stultiens | Friday, November 24 14.30 - 15.30 spoke English
In collaboration with Pricca Practice, special attention is paid to photography as research during this tour. Besides the World Press Photo 17 exhibition, Andrea discusses her project Unfixing Histories on the design and perception of history through photographic documentation.
Maarten de Kok Friday, December 1, 14.30 - 15.30 spoke Dutch
This WPF Groningen house photographer made video portraits as part of his project 'The Next Stop' in which he photographed refugees between Greece and Turkey. His portraits are the last stop of the World Press Photo 17 tour.
Dennis Lapré | Friday 8 December 14.30 - 15.30 Saturday, November 18 11.00 - 12.00 Wednesday, November 29, 16.00 - 17.00 spoke Dutch
This former Photo Academy teacher guides you through the photos of the World Press Photo 17 exhibition, with extra attention for technique, composition and visual storytelling.
Guided tour Continuous | Dutch or English spoken
No time for a tour of these times, but do you take a guided tour? This can be done daily by one of our education volunteers. Sign up at the desk and you can immediately sign up. This tour lasts about 30 minutes.
Every Sunday, children between 6 and 11 are welcome for a nice afternoon between 13.00 and 17.00. Children can enter for photo experiments, color projects and children's tours at any time. We pick up parents and children at the desk; when the children get to work, parents can quietly enjoy the exhibition below. The event is free on presentation of a valid ticket for that day. Entrance fee for children up to 11 years is € 1.
We also organize workshops, courses, Photomarathons, external exhibitions and a private exhibition with work by Andrea Stultiens, Maarten de Kok and students from Academy Minerva. Only for the Fotomarathons you can get tickets online.