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  • Reaction on the budget cuts in the Flemish cultural sector

    BOZAR supports the broad protest movement sparked by the announcement that cultural subsidies are to be reduced. At the same time BOZAR calls on the Flemish Government to make an exception in this round of spending cuts for the artists and organisations for which these subsidies are so vital in enabling them to bring to fruition their innovative artistic projects.

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  • Museum as a Stage. Activating a Collection

    Russian Turn in Yekaterinburg

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  • 10 artists selected by HerMaP

    An artistic research residency programme in Iran-Europe

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  • SERIAL DATING : The Big Get-Together for TV Series Creatives

    Application Deadline: 4.11.2019 13:00

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  • Call for applications: Pitching sessions

    Deadline: 4/11/2019 13:00

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  • STARTS and Studiotopia

    Encouraging arts and science interactions across Europe

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  • Experience the Northern lights at BOZAR!

    A video mapping installation by Maria Ilia brings the Northern lights to BOZAR, within the framework of the Nordic Festival.

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  • The European Lab Brussels, as if you were there, #ELBXL2019

    Follow ten fascinating round tables that gives the floor to new generations of activists, demonstrators and project leaders, as well as cultural, media and democratic actors. If you can’t get to BOZAR, don’t miss the chance to make the most of their presence amongst us. Nothing could be easier: choose the event(s) below which interest you and return to this page at the time and date indicated on the player.

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  • EFFE Awards at Bozar

    On Thursday 26/09, 24 #EFFE (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe) Laureate festivals were celebrated at BOZAR.

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  • Wanted: writers or wordsmiths for CANTANIA

    Cantania is a vocal trajectory for pupils and teachers from the 2nd and 3rd grade of Brussels primary education. The project wants to create a lasting bond between singing and the classroom. Every year a new bilingual cantata is composed, and eventually performed in BOZAR at the end of the process.

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