From 6 to 28 May 2016, the 21st edition of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts has welcomed a wide range of artistic propositions, mostly world premieres of new works, along with numerous other activities that provide an opportunity for artists and audiences to meet and exchange ideas. The works on the programme have been shared with a wide audience from Brussels, Belgium and elsewhere. Ticket sales have exceeded the previous year’s figures, thus reaching a record level! Three weeks of artistic creations and human encounters have put Brussels in motion. We, the team at the Kunstenfestivaldesarts, express our gratitude and thank all those that shared this past edition with us.
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The 21st Kunstenfestivaldesarts draws to a close in Brussels on Saturday 28 May 2016. For three weeks the festival has welcomed a wide range of artistic propositions, mostly world premieres of new works, along with numerous other activities that provide an opportunity for artists and audiences to meet and exchange ideas.
Escape from Caveland!
The Kunstenfestivaldesarts is almost over. Very soon Welcome to Caveland! will disappear again into the underground. On Saturday 28 May the gates to the cave will be open for one last time for a spectacular concert by Philippe Quesne and his band of moles. The concert starts at 11pm at Les Brigittines. Everyone is welcome.
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The Time We Share
The Time We Share was published on the occasion of the twentieth edition of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in 2015. The book is still on sale in bookshops.