What to do in Brussels? Architectural videos, an exotic party and a look back in time

Building Common Geographies, DJ Kwak & Boochie, Brussels is a plaizier


Eline Stevens
  • Brussel
  • 15 jun tot 10 sep 2017
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No plans yet for your next week in Brussels? Make them now! 


Give young architects camcorders! That is the idea behind Building Common Geographies, a free exhibition organised by the architecture department of UCL-Sint-Gillis. About twenty architecture students went out into the world and made videos about how to overcome territorial frictions and contradictions. You can check out their results on Thursday 15th of June at 8.30 pm. 

Party o'clock 

Do you still have some energy left after visiting Building Common Geographies and do you feel like dancing? Go straight to Café Bonnefooi. Starting from 22 pm, DJ Kwak and Boochie turn the place into an exotic party. Be ready for some exciting music that takes you along all continents, time periods and genres. 

 Read more about it here

Brussels in the picture 

Curious about how Brussels looked like in the sixties? Find out in the new exhibition Brussels is a plaizier that opens June 16th at Bozar. The exhibition makes use of the extensive image archive of publishing house Plaizier to show how Brussels has changed over the years. Postcards, calendars, books and many more pictures will be presented. 

Visitors under the age of 26 only pay 2 euros on Wednesdays. Check all the information here