“Many of our artists are looking for a suitable studio space. Therefore we make the patrimony of the Flemish Community Commission “VGC” available, as much as possible. We literally and figuratively give space to our artists by opening the doors of our community centres this summer. That way we ensure that Brussels remains one of the artistic hotspots in the world. Our arts sector gives our city a face. If we want Brussels to be the cultural capital in 2030, we have to continue to support them and give them opportunities,” says Pascal Smet.
The artists will be able to use a workspace to develop their artistic project or research. There is a great diversity among the artists: circus, dance, theatre, performance, visual artists, musicians, multimedia,... Also, starters and artists with a clear link to Brussels are supported.