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Designer Jan Leyssens makes his dreams come true by getting up on stage and telling the world how technology and sustainability can get along just fine. With the motto “there isn’t one big solution but lots of small solutions” he enters into conversation with director Ruud Horrichs about specific projects and spreads his message.

 

THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT is an energetic lecture-performance about activism, entrepreneurship and the feasibility of the future. In a co-production with C-mine cultuurcentrum Genk and Via Zuid, Leyssens and Horrichs take to the stage with an open workshop which familiarises the audience with the magic of creation.

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  • Traffic around BOZAR severely disrupted on November 25 and 26

    Due to construction works in the Rue des Douze Apôtres, the traffic around the Centre for Fine Arts will be severely disrupted. The Rue Ravenstein will only be accessible to pedestrians, cyclists and busses. Do you want to come to BOZAR by car or motorbike? Park it at the Rue Royale or at Place Royale. Thanks for your understanding.

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