Maud Vanhauwaert, one of the members of the jury, invites everyone to the virtual finale of The Wonderufl Pen (De Wondere Pluim) on Friday 12 June at 5 p.m. and now reveals who won school trophy 2020.
Prepare yourself for delicious stories, read by Sanderijn Helsen, Ivan Pecnik, Lien Van de Kelder, Vitalski, Bruno Vanden Broecke and Tiny Bertels.
In Antwerp and Ostend corona did not stop The Wonderful Pen. Parents, readers and jury members have read the stories written by thousands of children before the lockdown. There were digital meetings and voting and the stories can soon be listened to and viewed.
And of course there will be a smashing festive final chord, not really live, but certainly festive!
The program of the twentieth edition of this creative working week is online: eleven ateliers, three artists in residence and an exhibition.
For seven days you will be guided by professional coaches and you will find inspiration in yourself, the other, the environment.
For everyone aged 18 and over with creative energy. And certainly: for those who do not want to be held by their hand, but are looking for challenges to rejoice in their own practice.
What would the city look like if you could come up with it out of nowhere?
To answer this question, De Veerman developed Architelier. A tool to think together with different people, between the ages of 6 and 106, about urban development and in doing so to think about our ideal society. It is an exercise in spatial planning as a steppingstone for social debate.
Interested in programming Architelier?
Uit de schaduw (meaning out of the shadow) is a publication with an evolutionary sketch of 80 years of art and cultural education in Flanders, written and compiled by Jan Staes and our own Tijl Bossuyt.
With this publication, which was created in collaboration with publiq, the inspirers and editors want to offer inspiration and building blocks for the future from the past.
Ten sound compositions based around the colours red or blue, which link past and present, as well as sound and image. Thesea re the results of the educational art project Compositions in Red and Blue, with students from the schools PIUS X and Atheneum Hoboken, in Antwerp and Hoboken respectively.