The Time We Share: on sale again


The Time We Share is a book that has been structured like a play. Like a reference work, it includes projects that have left their mark on the first nineteen editions of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts. The Time We Share was published by the Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Mercatorfonds on the occasion of the twentieth edition of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in May 2015. The book is now on sale again, at the festival box office and in bookshops. Click here for more info.

Opening Memorandum


The exhibition of works by Apichatpong Weerasethakul at Cinema Galeries opens on Tuesday 12 April at 6pm. The artist will be present. The retrospective of films will kick off on 14 April.

Programme announcement


The 21st edition of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts takes place from 6 to 28 May 2016 in 20 theatres and arts centres, and in surprising locations across Brussels. There are more than 30 projects this year, of which 20 are in world premiere. The full programme will be unveiled on 24 March and tickets go on sale 12 April. From that day onwards, you can reserve your tickets online or visit the box office at Les Brigittines.

Focus Apichatpong Weerasethakul


This year, in collaboration with Cinema Galeries, the Kunstenfestivaldesarts places Thai filmmaker and visual artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul in the spotlight. From 12 April until 29 May, you can attend Memorandum, an exhibition of Weerasethakul’s video installations. Running in parallel with this is a retrospective of his short and feature films. One of these films, Tropical Malady, was awarded the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004. It will be screened outdoors on 16 May in a special location in the Sonian Forest. And from 21 to 25 May, the Kunstenfestivaldesarts presents Fever Room in its European premiere, the first-ever theatre production by this exceptional filmmaker.