LA SCENE ET LES SIGNES
workshops with the ULB's Master in Performing
The Brigittines and the ULB's Master in Performing Arts work together on a partnership made up of workshops analysing the many signs of the performing arts and that aims at enriching the training of future players in the cultural and artistic worlds. Steered around the shows played at the Brigittines, these workshops open entire sections of sensitivity that allow better perceiving the challenges of performances and situating their relation to the world. These workshops offer students the possibility to dare place words on their feelings before a performance and to recognise the kinships and heritages as well as the value and sense of innovation.
Conferences with P.A.R.T.S and the ULB's Master in Performing Arts
In the aim of extending the reflection on contemporary dance, the three structures offer public conferences on the themes broached during the season's shows. Encounters between students, teachers and stage professionals, broadened reflections on contemporary creations, this collaboration offers to borrow tools to anthropology, sociology and philosophy to stimulate the analytical vision of the spectator. The interventions of specialists invited within the framework of these public conferences were designed as invitations to explore the dramaturgy and challenges of these creations in the context of today's society.
Encounters with the artists
A meeting between artists and spectators will be offered at the end of each cycle of performances. During these discussions, the facilitator shares additional keys to understand the show that took place just before. The audience is then invited to share their sensations and questions with the artists.
Arsène 50 & Article 27
The Brigittines are intent to implement a pricing policy allowing everyone to watch a performance by offering reduced cost seats with our partner ARSENE 50. We are also part of the Article 27 networks that allows access to performances to the most needy.
Le Panier KILTI
Les Brigittines enjoy a partnership with the "Panier Kilti" since the latter was launched in Brussels in 2015. The non-profit organisation aims to guide as many people as possible towards culture by offering a basket of cultural targets every 2 months.
The “Panier Kilti” puts the spotlight on local artists and venues by raising awareness and desecrating the relationship that a wide audience feels before works of art.