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Africa is / in the Future, the interdisciplinary festival on African and diasporic contemporaneities, is back for a new edition. AIITF invites you to change perspectives, starting from other experiences, other narratives, other aesthetics to imagine other possible futures
“After the Covid-19 pandemic made its appearances it became very clear that Pride is a verb that resonates throughout the whole year. Therefore the organisation of The Belgian Pride decided that instead of creating visibility for the LGBTI+ community only once a year, it is important to raise awareness for diversity and inclusion all year round!
The Matrimony Days shed light on the historical Brussels matrimony – architectural, sculptural, urbanistic, social. On the other hand, the Matrimony Days are also an opportunity to discover the current heritage – artistic, political and feminist.