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09.06

Prepositions in Artistic Research

On 14 and 15 December 2017 ARTO and the Arts Platform Brussels will organise the PhD symposium ‘Prepositions in Artistic Research’ on the topic of artistic research in the Arts.

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17.11

Public defence Benjamin Van Esser

We are delighted to invite you to the public defence of Benjamin Van Esser's Doctorate in the Arts entitled [IN]VISIBLE Towards an Artistic Performance Strategy for Computer Musicians, which will consist of a concert at Concertgebouw Brugge on Wednesday 21st December and a final academic defence at Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel on Thursday 22nd December.

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08.11

Anne Pustlauk obtains her Doctorate in the Arts

After an acclaimed concert at AMUZ on Sunday afternoon, Anne Pustlauk successfully defended her Doctorate in the Arts The Keyed Flute 1790 - 1850, its performance practice and chamber music repertoire with pianoforte and/or strings at KCB yesterday. Congratulations, Anne!

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10.10

Public defence Anne Pustlauk

We are delighted to invite you to the public defence of Anne Puslauk's Doctorate in the Arts entitled "The Keyed Flute 1790 - 1850, its performance practice and chamber music repertoire with pianoforte and/or strings", which will consist of a concert at AMUZ on Sunday 6th November and a final defence at Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel on Monday 7th November.

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24.05

Call for participation festival “Art and the Future City” (19-20th January 2017)

What might the city look like at the end of the 21st century? The festival Art and the Future City (19-20th January 2017), organised by Brussels Arts Platform in collaboration with Beursschouwburg, RITCS School of Arts and Doctoral School of Human Sciences - VUB, focuses on understanding how future cities can be imagined, conceptualised as well as performed and practiced. The call for participation - contributions, either in the form of papers, presentations, artistic interventions, performances and/or screenings - is now open and has been extended until 15th September. The festival is curated by Peter Van Goethem, who will also share the insights from his own PhD "Screening the city: a cinematographic archaeology of the city of Brussels".

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