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  • MON
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  • MON
    12
    POINT BARRE

    Monday Nov 12
    17:00 - 23:00

    📣 L'évènement Point Barre se déroulera ce lundi 12 novembre à La Tricoterie.

    ▪️ AU PROGRAMME ▪️

    17h: Ouverture des portes avec expo photo et fresque de Spear - www. spearart .be

    18h: L’équipe de Radio Moskou sera présente pour nous aider à animer une émission autour de la problématique des centres fermés. Rediffusion de l'émission le lendemain à Marie Moskou de 17h à 19h et le jeudi de 16h à 18h sur Radio Panik

    19h: Performance artistique: Performance 'immaterial action' par Andreia Morado de Francesco D'Avila

    19h30: Concert d'Ana Diaz et d’un duo féminin bruxellois

    21h30: Jam session

    ▪️ INFOS PRATIQUES ▪️

    Salle: Le Salon

    Accès STIB:
    > Béthléem: 81
    > Avenue du Roi: 32, 49, 50, 82

    Accès SNCB:
    > Gare du Midi

    Contact: pointbarre@outlook.be ou via Facebook

    ❗️ÉVÉNEMENT GRATUIT❗️

    ➡️ Pour en savoir plus sur Point Barre:

    🔗 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PointBarrecentresfermes/
    🔗 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_pointbarre_/
    🔗 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJsOYKKwYIt5KjpoPYxIJdQ/featured

    https://www.facebook.com/events/341214063311677/

  • MON
    12
    Free Guided TOURS

    Monday Nov 12
    18:00 - 19:30

    You all seemed to love our guided tours. So we will continue our guided tours every Monday:
    6 p.m. free guided tour in Dutch, French and English

    You just buy your ticket and enjoy your free guided tour. First arrived, first served. We are looking forward to welcoming you!

    https://www.facebook.com/events/386949555178373/

  • MON
    12
    RusClub #31

    Monday Nov 12
    19:30 - 22:30

    (EN) RusClub is a platform for Russian cinema. Alexandra Dementieva selects Russian movies and guides you through the history of Russian cinema.

    * Heart of a Dog (1988 - 136min)
    Directed by Vladimir Bortko

    'This Soviet film tells the story of Preobrazhensky (Yevgeni Yevstigneyev), a surgeon, who is a professor of medicine in Moscow. After the Russian revolution is thoroughly in place, he is visited by the housing committee, who feels that he should share the spaciousness his 'big' five-room apartment with several others. Meanwhile, in an experiment he implants a dog with the heart and brain of a tramp. The dog gradually transforms into a man (Vladimir Tolokonnikov), but still has some doggy attitudes: for instance, he chooses to call himself Sharikov. Since Sharik is a common Russian dog name, just as 'Rex' might be in the West, it is clear where the man-dog's sympathies lie. Sharikov becomes associated with the local Party officialdom, and begins to terrorize the professor and his assistant, Dr. Bormental (Boris Plotnikov). After he becomes a member of the housing committee, he wangles a room in the professor's apartment. Also, after being appointed a member of a state committee to deal with stray animals, Sharikov refuses to allow dogs to be killed, only cats. The movie is based on the 1925 story by Mikhail Bulgakov, which was very hard to find in Russia up until the perestroika. After people began reading it for the first time, they were amazed to discover how daringly he had criticized the emerging Soviet system. This Russian made-for-TV movie is perhaps the most successful adaptation of the story; an Italian version was made in 1975.' ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi

    more info: http://nadine.be/event/dina/rusclub-31

    https://www.facebook.com/events/728478490853661/

  • MON
    12
    Pre-BANG! Fakkeltocht

    Monday Nov 12
    19:30 - 22:30

    Pre-BANG!: fakkeltocht

    Waar? Where?
    Van/from Les Brasseurs => naar/to Studio CityGate

    Wat? What?
    Ritueel verplaatsen van het paneel ‘Of People and Paint' (Alex DeForce) + site-inwijding BANG!festival.
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    Ritual movement of the work 'Of People and Paint' (Alex DeForce) + site-initiation BANG! Festival.

    'Of People and Paint' ontstond, zomer 2018, op de stoep van Les Brasseurs. Elke maandagavond konden mensen, klanten en toevallige passanten van de piétonnier, onder goedkeurend oog van Alex Deforce, een eigen bijdrage leveren aan het werk. Bij iedere sessie werd het paneel opnieuw geformatteerd met als terugkerend basis: de commerciële ruit, een terugkerend thema in Deforces werk.
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    'Of People and Paint' arose, summer 2018, on the doorstep of Les Brasseurs. Every Monday night people, customers and casual passers-by of the piétonnier could, under the approving eye of Alex Deforce himself, make their own contribution to the work.

    Wie? Who?
    Alle dragende handen welkom! Afspraak om 19:30 in Les Brasseurs. We vertrekken van daaruit te voet richting de festivalsite waar het werk zijn plaats krijgt binnen The Radical Child groepsexpo curated by Alex Deforce.

    All supporting hands welcome at 19:30 in Les Brasseurs. We depart from there, on foot, to the festival site where the work gets its proper place in The Radical Child group expo curated by Alex Deforce.

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    KultuurKaffee presents:

    BANG! #7 - the radical child edition
    TRAVELLING ARTS FESTIVAL CURATED BY ALEX DEFORCE, KARLIEN TORFS & ARNE HUYSMANS
    from 15.11. till 13.12.18

    Location Studio CityGate (near Gare Du Midi)

    www.bangfestival.be

    https://www.facebook.com/events/886215315100584/

  • MON
    12
    Projection : Bureau de chômage

    Monday Nov 12
    20:00 - 23:00

    Projection du documentaire :
    BUREAU DE CHÔMAGE
    suivie d'une rencontre avec les réalisatrices Charlotte Grégoire et Anne Schiltz, animée par Denis Desbonnet (CSCE).

    Une administration, des bureaux cloisonnés, des personnes assises en vis-à-vis. D’un côté de la table, des chômeurs. De l’autre, des contrôleurs. L’enjeu des entretiens: le maintien des allocations de chômage. La rigidité de la procédure s’oppose à la singularité des hommes et des femmes qui y sont soumis. La réalité crue du contrôle des chômeurs à Charleroi dans un Etat Providence en phase terminale avec un point de vue qui rappelle les documentaires de Raymond Depardon.

    Rencontre dans le cadre du spectacle Combat de Pauvres, du 6 au 17 novembre à l’Atelier 210.
    Infos & réservations : https://bit.ly/2CnB4NB

    Évènement organisé en collaboration avec la Cie Art & tça, Eklektik Productions et Cinema Galeries.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/339071053314718/

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