Below are the films in Cinema ZED-STUK, since 11 Januari 2017 one of three rooms of Cinema ZED.
The other two rooms can be found in Cinema ZED-Vesalius, on the new Vesalius site.
WISPER organises creative courses for adults, according to their very unique methods revolving around the participant.
During this MOVING IMAGE EXPO, STUK is delighted to present the work of visual artist Joachim Koester.
Touching the void between the hyper-rational and the irrational.
The Portuguese dancer Helder Seabra was a key figure in the recent works of Wim Vandekeybus and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.
Free introductory workshop of In Absentia – Helka / Helder Seabra.
More info soon.
Weekly free jazz concerts, every Sunday from 15 January onwards!
Alma Söderberg is a choreographer and performer. She creates performances in which she explores the relationship between sound and movement.
|20:15 - 20:50||Eyemèr|
|21:10 - ...||Isbells|
The image used for the symposium (the ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture from Black Lives Matter manifestations) is an example of how bodies may try to protest and mediate the 'immediate' affective energies with which they respond to each other as they attempt/resist m
This show is like a strobe light, impossible to ignore, giving you flashes of stories and asking you to fill in the blanks. Not to mention it’s one heck of a party.
All conversations during this project will be in Dutch.
We define our bodies by their physical limits. But we rarely stop to ask why this is. Ian Kaler aims to broaden our understanding of physicality through his artistic confrontation with social norms and power relations.
RRRRR is a performance project that is looking into hallucinatory, delusional and derailed structures used as choreographic starting points.
In the presence of and in conversation with director Sarah Vanhee
How do music, art, architecture or youth culture contribute to the development of a city? Why is that creative culture so important? And how do you realize your own projects or deal with politics? On Wednesday May 10, three European changemakers share their story and vision.
With Theory of Contemporary Dance Kunstencentrum STUK and KU Leuven join forces to deliver a diverse series of classes introducing s
Belongingness is the human emotional need to be an accepted member of a group.
Humans have an inherent desire to belong and be an important part of something greater than themselves.
— S.T. Fiske
In 1604 John Dowland published LACHRIMAE, or Seaven Teares Figured in Seaven Passionate Pavans.
Can artistic engagement with global inequality bring sustainable growth?