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MAGIC WEATHER WITCHES

Blue sunshine, milky skies, burgeoning clouds... the weather is a subject that encourages encounters and loosens tongues.  For the creation MAGIC WEATHER WITCHES, Amina Saâdi and Rébecca Fruitman ... (read more)

Blue sunshine, milky skies, burgeoning clouds... the weather is a subject that encourages encounters and loosens tongues. 

For the creation MAGIC WEATHER WITCHES, Amina Saâdi and Rébecca Fruitman selected as their sphere of operation streets in the Brussels area whose name refer to the climate: Rue du Méridien, Avenue des Tropiques, Clos du Soleil, Rue du Zéphyr... They passed the mic to passers-by, each time asking them the question, "what do you think the weather will be like on such and such date?". 

The 366 sound bites that make up this project propose a (fictitious) weather forecast for each day of the year.


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La Base, émission n°117

  • Eric Desjeux
A conversation with Eric Desjeux, who together with Jonathan Frigeri created "Belvédère Sonore", available on the Tracks app. He talks about his career, his relationship with Brussels and his ... (read more)

A conversation with Eric Desjeux, who together with Jonathan Frigeri created "Belvédère Sonore", available on the Tracks app. He talks about his career, his relationship with Brussels and his multidisciplinary artistic practice.

https://www.ericdesjeux.com/


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La Base, émission n°116

  • Tracks
A live broadcast from BNA for the launch of the TRACKS app, with artists Yannick Guédon and Arzu Saglam proposing soundwalks for the app.   Offering a growing collection of audiowalks, Tracks ... (read more)

A live broadcast from BNA for the launch of the TRACKS app, with artists Yannick Guédon and Arzu Saglam proposing soundwalks for the app.

 

Offering a growing collection of audiowalks, Tracks connects anyone with a smartphone to the work of sound artists and musicians to be discovered in the most direct way possible. Search the map by name or keyword to find a "track". Move to the starting point and let the autoplay option use your phone's GPS function to trigger the walk - or chose to listen without autoplay and start whenever and wherever you like.

 

Audio guides are guided walks combined with the sensory of listening. When you walk with headphones on, the sight, smell and feeling of your surroundings are present, but it's the sounds that take over. This modulates your usual sense of body and awareness, making a new understanding of the environment. With each step, you hear the artist playing with sound, experimenting with composition and leading you to new perceptions. Think of a film, where sound and image are strongly linked and controlled by the artist. In audio guides, the "point of view" becomes the "point of listening".

 

Justin Bennett, sound artist and Jubilee member, began a collaboration with Soundtrackcity, which led to the idea of an application to bring audioguides together. All are produced by arts organizations in Brussels and the Netherlands: Beursschouwburg, BNA-BBOT, Jubilee, Overtoon, Q-O2 and Soundtrackcity. Together, they are organizing Tracks. Put on your headphones and get walking!


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Bruxitizen 2023 - ISND

  • Bruxitizen 2023 - ISND - La participation citoyenne - émission 01
  • Bruxitizen 2023 - ISND - La participation citoyenne - émission 02
Youngsters and participation: what place, what action(s)?   Two radio programs created by youngsters from two 4th secondary classes at ISND in Anderlecht as part of the Bruxitizen project, with the... (read more)

Youngsters and participation: what place, what action(s)?

 

Two radio programs created by youngsters from two 4th secondary classes at ISND in Anderlecht as part of the Bruxitizen project, with the support of Bruxelles Nous Appartient, to give young people a voice on the issue of citizen participation.

It's a unique opportunity to give a voice to young people and discuss issues that affect them directly.


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Débat radio : Alimentation, la guerre du local

  • Débat radio : Alimentation, la guerre du local
A radio debate presented by Agence Alter in collaboration with Bruxelles Nous Appartient.   Food, an important topic. People sell local food; seen as a guarantee of quality and access to products ... (read more)

A radio debate presented by Agence Alter in collaboration with Bruxelles Nous Appartient.

 

Food, an important topic. People sell local food; seen as a guarantee of quality and access to products that respect producers and their environment. So much so that supermarkets have also discovered their "local virtues," even if it means overshadowing cooperatives. But the question remains what kind of local we are talking about... Is it similar to what is advocated by all kinds of cooperatives operating in this area? Between accusations of "local-washing" and the urge to fight back for prices....

A debate led by Julien Winkel, journalist Alter Echos

With the financial support of the Loterie Nationale and the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles


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Bruxitizen 2023 - Créaction - La participation citoyenne

  • Bruxitizen 2023 - Créaction - La participation citoyenne
Youngsters and participation: what place, what action(s)?   A radio program conceived by the Youngsters of Créactions ASBL as part of the Bruxitizen project, with the support of Bruxelles Nous ... (read more)

Youngsters and participation: what place, what action(s)?

 

A radio program conceived by the Youngsters of Créactions ASBL as part of the Bruxitizen project, with the support of Bruxelles Nous Appartient, to make young people's voices heard on the issue of civic participation.

It's a unique opportunity to give a voice to young people and discuss issues that affect them directly.


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Environnement : un climat d'insurrection

A radio debate by Agence Alter in collaboration with Bruxelles Nous Appartient.   Unless you've spent the last twenty years in a cave, no one today can say that he or she is unaware of the ... (read more)

A radio debate by Agence Alter in collaboration with Bruxelles Nous Appartient.

 

Unless you've spent the last twenty years in a cave, no one today can say that he or she is unaware of the ecological threats hovering over our good old planet. Climate change, deforestation, the collapse of biodiversity, the acidification of the oceans - enough is enough and the effects on the earth are becoming more and more apparent every day.

 

Faced with these events, environmental activists have stepped up their demonstrations and awareness-raising campaigns. But while the clock is ticking and nothing seems to be really happening, some people are wondering. Should we move on to something else, something sharper and more radical, like civil disobedience?

 

Others have already taken this step. Although anti-speciesism has been around since the 1960s, it didn't take root in Belgium until much later. Even so, its proponents are now specialists in spectacular actions, such as freeing animals from farms or making sensational videos using hidden cameras in various slaughterhouses across the country. But are all means good enough?

 

In any case, this question is a reminder that ecology is a political issue, of course, but also one of polarity and conflict.

 

A debate moderated by Pierre Jassogne, Alter Echos journalist.

 

With the financial support of the Loterie Nationale and the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles


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Bruxitizen 2023 - Jeunesse en Action

  • Youth in action
Jeunesse en Action is a programme created by four students at the Université Saint-Louis in Communication and Political Science, dealing with youth participation. It was made in the context of the ... (read more)

Jeunesse en Action is a programme created by four students at the Université Saint-Louis in Communication and Political Science, dealing with youth participation. It was made in the context of the Bruxitizen project in collaboration with Agence Alter and accompanied by BNA-BBOT. Within the framework of this project, several students from the Université Saint-Louis also carried out projects in different forms of media (photo, writing and video), always around the theme of youth participation. Through this programme, the students went through each workshop to discover how each one approached the subject, what they retained, how they went about carrying out their project, etc...

This programme was recorded at BNA-BBOT.


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La Base, émission n°110 - Portrait d'artiste : Interview d'Olivia Stainier, comédienne

Olivia Stainier is an actress, director and playwright. She grew up in Brussels and then moved to Paris, where she studied Literature and Drama at the same time. In 2016, she joined the Royal ... (read more)

Olivia Stainier is an actress, director and playwright. She grew up in Brussels and then moved to Paris, where she studied Literature and Drama at the same time. In 2016, she joined the Royal Conservatory of Liège - ESACT. In 2018, she was a performer in the Metaphoria III exhibition at Centquatre. As an actress, she has been performing since 2021 in TM by the Flemish company Ontroerend Goed and in George de Molière by the Clinic Orgasm Society (Maeterlinck Prize for Best Performance in 2022). She will soon be appearing in Ecoute! by Ifeoma Fafunwa at the Théâtre de Namur and Théâtre Varia. As a director, she is working on her first project for young audiences, JEU DE SOCIETE ("Un futur pour la culture", LookIN OUT 2021). As a dramaturge, she collaborated with Marthe Degaille on the feminist science fiction play Betelgeuse, with Agnès Limbos on Les lettres de mon père by the company GARE CENTRALE and with Camille Freychet on Ya brûler et cramer for the Garden Party at the Théâtre des Doms (Avignon Festival 2023).

In this programme, we will learn more about her career and the reality of being an actress. She will also share with us the works that inspire her as well as her projects and future projects.


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Radio debate: LGBT: the coming-out of the social?

  • LGBT : le coming-out du social ?
A radio debate broadcast live on Radio Tout-Le-Temps: Meet us on Thursday 16 February from noon to 2pm at the LGBTQIA+ Community Centre Les Grands Carmes - Rue des grands Carmes 20-22 in 1000 ... (read more)

A radio debate broadcast live on Radio Tout-Le-Temps:

Meet us on Thursday 16 February from noon to 2pm at the LGBTQIA+ Community Centre Les Grands Carmes - Rue des grands Carmes 20-22 in 1000 Brussels. A debate to listen to again on Agence Alter Soundcloud & Spotify and on the BNA website.

To extend the dossier published in the December issue of Alter Echos, meet us on Thursday 16 February from noon to 2pm for a radio lunch-debate recorded live from the Centre Communautaire Les Grands Carmes.

Free admission. Reservations required at mmx@alter.be

12h> 12h30 - Welcome and lunch

12:30 > 13:30 - Radio debate

1:30 > 2:00 - Discussion with the public

In Canada and the United States, it is estimated that 20 to 40% of homeless youth are LGBTQIA+.

In Belgium, there are no figures, but one thing is certain: LGBT people, whatever their age, are more likely to find themselves in a situation of (great) insecurity. A problem that is still little taken into account.

Based on this observation, is it up to LGBTQIA+ structures to integrate more social issues or to the social-health sector to become more "LGBTQIA+ friendly"?

With the participation of Guilhem Lautrec, director of the non-profit organisation Alias and Isabelle Gosselin, clinical psychologist and researcher at the Observatoire du sida et des sexualités, our guests on the set.

And the recorded intervention of Alain Maron, Minister of the Brussels-Capital Region Government and Member of the College of the French Community Commission (COCOF), responsible for Social Action and Health.

A partnership between Agence Alter and BNA-BBOT, with the support of equal.brussels.


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