In this report, we have coffee with the award winning Lebanese writer Boda Harakat whose work has been translated into Dutch, English, French and Spanish. Although she resides in Paris, she recently spent eight weeks in Brussels at the invitation of Passa Porta.
In this report, we get lost in the sounds of British trumpet player Byron Wallen who is visiting Brussels again at the end of March to perform in the Bozar with the Brussels based emsemble Marockin' Brass.
In this report, we check in at Entre Nous - a Italian grocery store that aspires to be the sole intermediary between producers and consumers. Entre Nous organises workshops to give consumers the chance to meet producers and learn how to manage food waste.
In this report, we meet Belgian saxophonist Toine Thys who regularly performs in Le Cercle des Voyageurs with an array of international musicians to take listeners on an improvised musical journey. Concerts take place one a month.
In this report, we get to know the French fashion designer Pierre Antoine Vettorello who came up with the Make Up and Brunch concept. Participants of the Sunday morning course learn the A to Z of make-up and skin care before indulging in a healthy breakfast buffet. Courses can be booked online and range from between 75 and 150 euro.
In this report, we find out what the National Talent Hole is, an initiative that was set up in response to Donald Trump calling Brussels a hell-hole. For three months, the pop-up centre gives the general public a look into the secret world of creative artists. To find out more about the performances, concerts, vernissages and conferences that will take place, click on the link below.
In this report, we meet the Spanish dancer Laia Puig, who fell in love with yoga in South India back in 2008. Now she lives in Brussels and teachers yoga, breathing, exercise and positive thinking to Brusselers. She can sometimes be found teaching yoga at the Fine Arts museum.