Interdependence in the music and nightlife sector w/ AB
WE 05.05 19:00
Noonah Eze aka DJ Black Mamba discusses with Marianne Cattoir aka Catwar, Ziggy Devriendt aka Nosedrip and Arne Huysmans from VOLTA how the sector can strive towards a more equitable, inclusive, fair and sustainable collective ecosystem.
Mental health and escapism through nightlife w/ Kiosk Radio
WE 28.04 19:00
Kiosk Radio’s Jim Becker will lead experimental musician Valentino Mora (IDO) and psychologists and DJs Maurizio Ferrara (DJ Athome, Front de Cadeaux) and Zohra Lkasbi (DJ SAHЯA) into a conversation about the links between mental health and nightlife, especially in times of COVID.
We Object Intimate conversations on how colonial legacies exist in our everyday lives
WE 17.03 19:00
WE 24.03 19:00
WE 31.03 19:00
A piece of food, a song that you hear on the radio, an item in your kitchen cupboard or the rug that lies across your living room floor, the legacy of colonialism is always there, sometimes in places you don’t expect.
On the (re)appropriation of black aesthetics in music and nightlife w/ Black History Month & Vice
WE 10.03 19:00
MC/rapper and founder of theKEEPERS Akua Naru, fashion creative Jonathan ‘Jon The Gold’ Zegbe, PR and visual creative Selene Alexa, former fashion marketer Eric Cyuzuzo get together to discuss how elements of Black cultures have been (re)appropriated in fashion and nightlife.
Small Talk on Decolonizing Gender with Olave Nduwanje [postponed/cancelled]
TH 26.03.2020 19:00
Olave Nduwanje will use her particular societal experience as a Black non-binary Trans* Femme originating from a country historically colonized by Belgium, to lead a discussion during which she will elaborate and also engage with the audience on the impact of colonization on the social concept of gender, and how it interacts intersectionally with the social construct of race.
AFTERTALK with Mamela Nyamza & Moya Michael
SA 07.03.2020 21:30
After the performance on Saturday, we'll invite you to a conversation with Brussels-based South African-born dancer, choreographer and artist Moya Michael and her friend, peer and former schoolmate Mamela Nyamza. They will discuss their herstories, their practices, and how their experiences have been and are shaped by the intersections of their Womanhood and Blackness.