Parisian incubator for the cultural and creative industries Creatis opened up a branch in Brussels last night, the first of its kind in Belgium. It’s located in the ING Art Center on Place Royale, hosting about a dozen start-ups in the fields of art, music, media, and more. Got an idea? Apply here!
Blouinartinfo recently wrote quite the love letter to Belgian art fair BRAFA. “I’ll just come straight out and say it: It would be difficult to imagine a more exquisite art fair.” Read the whole piece here.
The Crystal Ship, an annual street art festival in Ostend whose murals are freely on view throughout the year, is looking for new blood: if you are between 12 and 18 years old and love to draw or paint, submit your work here and get the chance to participate in a series of workshops. The final winner will create his own mural, which will become part of the festival’s public art route.
During Art Brussels, more and more satellite fairs descend on the Belgian capital, and one of them is Poppositions, offering an alternative approach to the commercial art fair frenzy since 2012. The participants for the next edition this April was just announced, and you can have a look at the full list here.