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Cécile Vandernoot, architect, teacher and researcher at UCLouvain, kindles the curiosity of the very young in the art of architecture.
Nancy Casielles presents this lecture examining the history of light in the arts and the practice of contemporary artists regarding light.
Maud Hagelstein, philosopher of art and researcher at the FNRS/ULiège, leads you on a journey to discover the connections between contemporary art and living.
Alice Mathieu, a facilitator at the BPS22, presents collage as an artistic technique and looks at how it is practised in contemporary art.
Using the main Belgian proponents of the movement as a starting point, Pierre-Olivier Rollin paints the big picture of mail art.
Maud Hagelstein, doctor in art philosophy, shares her vision and practice of philosophy. Refreshments are available after the event.
Dorothée Duvivier revisits the emergence of nature-related issues in art and the diverse approaches that today’s artists take to the subject.
BPS22 activity leader Mario Lancini presents different aspects of tattooing, from clan symbol to art work.
This lecture addresses our relationship with housing and the home through many contemporary works, raising both personal and collective concerns.
This lecture deals with the origin of women’s images in art and how they are challenged by modern and contemporary artists.
Rambling, strolling, wandering, but also demonstrations, processions or parades… This lecture examines the place of walking in the art of today.
This lecture revisits the origins and first expressions of Street Art, and explores the approaches of many artists working in the genre.