Experience mobility through the eyes of children, with collages from Kleurdoos under the guidance of artist Robin Hendrix and drawings from Caméléon Bavard’s fanzine workshop. Or watch Diogenes’ documentary “Voies/Sporen”, about the daily reality of homeless people in the transit zones of stations.
Marvel at the art works in the metro stations between Rogier and Brussels-Midi during a poetic walk, guided by the students of Ligo-Brusselleer.
An actor keeps you company during your journey and reads a personalized, unpublished and especially written story from the Belgian writers Astrid Haerens, Olivier el Khoury and Sophie d’Aubreby. The theme? Public transport, ofcourse!
Take a poetic trip with a collage of words by Axelle Verkempinck, based on text material from people who, each in their own way, suffer from a psychological vulnerability.
Stop by the animated story kiosk, created by artist Juan Pablo Plazas. Dive into the train stories and share your own.
Take a walk through the heart of the city and discover the ephemeral connections between Brussels-Central and Bourse with poet Joris Iven of Peace Performance Train.
Follow 4 characters, fantastic representations of users and workers of the public transports, while they share, perform and collect stories from passersby.
With Colectivo Ultimatum, facilitated by Instituto Cervantes
Admire the poetic collages and texts around mobility, produced during creative workshops at Cinemaximiliaan.
How to cultivate a feeling of safety in public transport? Share your personal experiences through drawing, in a workshop led by illustrator Juliette Boutant.
Let your imagination run wild. Draw along in the collective Brussels City Of Stories chalk fresco on the Bourse square.
Travel through an imaginary metro map created by children, under the watchful eye of artist Erien Withouck.
Discover secondhand books in this mobile library. You can decide the prices yourself while you discuss literature and feminism with the two animators.
Participate in the collective writing of a “cadavre exquis” story about public transport during a workshop by FMDO (Federatie voor Mondiale en Democratische Organisaties).
Take a few minutes and sit down with a ‘poète public’ of Slameke. You’ll leave with a unique and personalized poem: a gift for a loved one or yourself.
Enjoy the magical setting, taste cakes by La Maison de Femmes de Schaerbeek or enjoy an “Accolade”, a beer brewed especially for Foire du Livre de Bruxelles.
Enjoy readings and performances, presented by poets Marie Darah and Arno Boey, written by up-and-coming artists, discovered through the various workshops that led to this festival (Isabelle Wéry & le CPAS de Schaerbeek, Brussels Writers, Pieter Delfosse &Muntpunt, ...)