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.
FR 29.11.2019 19:00
We talk with speakers from an academic, sociocultural and artistic background on normativity and redefining masculinity. w/ a.o. word artist Kevin Groen, musician Kriticos Mwansa, crisis worker for young people Oscar Lehtinen and Koen Dedoncker from Men Engage Flanders.
Paul B. Preciado On love
opening lecture Q&A
SA 21.09.2019 20:30
The philosopher, who is the author of 'An Apartment on Uranus', 'Testo Junkie' & 'Manifiesto Contrasexual' presents a previously unpublished text on contemporary love. And discusses its place at the heart of our normative society. w/ Passa Porta
SA 14.09.2019 14:00 - 18:00
SU 15.09.2019 14:00 - 18:00
Around the building’s awning you can see our name: Beursschouwburg. Or is it Bourscaubirg? What’s with all the different spellings? Who has liberated us from the constraints of official spelling? Find out on the Heritage Days.