On the anniversary of the lockdown on Saturday, Still Standing for Culture will again make itself heard. They are not demanding an immediate reopening of the cultural sector, but rather a fair implementation and distribution of the Corona measures. Together with the Belgian cultural sector, Kaaitheater is taking to the streets in the good company of K.A.K. & CREW. Their shouting-robot intervention TheUnheard will make a highly symbolic and overwhelming noise. Do you want to join in?
Burning Ice - The Botanical Gardens houses the oldest European seed bank. It keeps the seeds of rare indigenous wild plants and there is a particular focus on its collection of wild beans and fabaceous plants. It is only very exceptionally that it is possible to have a guided tour of this unique seed bank.
Burning Ice - Following her splendid Animalia during Burning Ice #6, we are inviting the Brussels theatre-maker Isabelle Dumont once again, this time with her new production Hortus Minor. With words, music and a superb collection of 'rarities', she tells the story of our relationship with plants.
Dancing in the sand. That is Dansand! This dance festival offers a lot of great stuff on and adjacent to the beach at Ostend: dance solos, group choreographies, duets with live music, performances, improvisations, workshops, happenings, etc.