On navigating nightlife and festivals as Black people
w/ Black History Month
WE 03.03 19:00


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A city’s nightlife weaves together a fabric of connection, community and freedom. What happens when those ties are severed? How can we still search for like-minded people, peers to bond with, and ultimately find a sense of belonging? Zooming in on Brussels, we take this moment to reflect on creating safer spaces, developing strategies and policies to protect our underground scenes, and working towards a sustainable and fair music industry. Mental health, activism, radical care are amongst some of the topics we’ll be addressing. Join us for conversations on being not there ... yet.




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(in French)


WE 10/03: On the (re)appropriation of aesthetics in music and nightlife w/ VICE & Black History Month Belgium
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