History tests in Oisterwijk e.o.
The history of Sundaymorning@ekwc stretches back to 7 December 1969, when the Ceramic Works Centre (KWC) opened its doors in Heusden. In 1991, the centre moved to 's-Hertogenbosch and was transformed into the fully equipped European Ceramic Works Centre (EKWC). In 2010, the centre underwent yet another transformation, when a Cad/Cam studio was opened and it was christened with a new name: Sundaymorning@ekwc. In 2015, the centre moved to the KVL park in Oisterwijk, to a larger building that offers more space for higher education, the commercial world, and the public. Sundaymorning@ekwc is open to the public (by appointment only). On the tour, you'll get to see into different work processes, from using the ovens to fire the ceramics, to 3D printing, milling, and cutting. Visitors can visit the rest of the KVL complex before or after their visit to Sundaymorning@ekwc, where a range of artisanal and creative companies do their work, or visit the centre of Oisterwijk, richly endowed with ambience, shopping, and restaurants. If you have more time on your hands, there are plenty of wonderful accommodation options in Oisterwijk, and the gorgeous outdoors is at your doorstep for cycling or hiking adventures.
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