In the course of next week (11-15 June) Crosstalks will launch its new website. Due to the work related to the launch this website is not completely up to date.

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Bozar Occupied - 50 Years of Cultural Protest

28 May - 8 June 2018


To this day, May 1968 is still regarded as a cultural turning point, a symbol of freedom and revolt against old mores and institutions. Fifty years ago, the Centre for Fine Arts was the hotbed of artistic activism in Brussels. From 28 May until 8 June of that year, artists and students occupied the central hall. Instead of waxing nostalgic about this contestation, BOZAR chooses to take stock of the global resistance movement in the sixties and look ahead. Which forms of cultural protest make a difference today? How can a cultural institution like BOZAR open up even more to the city and civil society? And which role do artists play in this?

BOZAR is handing all power to the imagination this year, with a comprehensive programme of exhibitions, concerts, debates, workshops and planned and unplanned encounters.

Click here to see the full program

Molem Ma Belle

2-27 mei, 2018



Het is weer zover! In mei strijkt het openluchtfestival Molem ma Belle drie weken lang neer op het Gemeenteplein in Molenbeek.
Van 2 tot en met 27 mei kun je aan de kiosk aan tal van activiteiten deelnemen (open mics, jamsessie, een couscous Baraka, een dialoogtafel BRAL over schone lucht, een fietsparade van MolemBike...) of er gewoon gezellig rondhangen.
De kiosk is elke dag open van 12u tot 19u (donderdag marktdag van 8u-13:30u).

Het programma en de activiteiten kun je volgen op facebook. Of loop er gewoon even langs.

“Today we no longer have the right to pretend that we command a unique position from which we can view the truth about the world. We must learn not to judge different areas of knowledge, culture, or art, but to combine them and to establish new ways of coexistence with those who enable us to meet the unique demands of our time.”

Ilya Prigogine & Isabelle Stengers,
Order Out of Chaos: Man’s New Dialogue With Nature, 1984

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