40 projects will let you experience the city in an unusual way. For one night only, take a look inside unusual places, in Brussels in October 2014!
It's both an artistic and popular cultural event, and has turned into a classic autumn must for locals and passers-by alike. Heaps of events are held throughout this very long night, including culture, music, partying... for you to discover the city in a totally different light.
This 11th Nuit Blanche is part of the ongoing desire to rediscover the urban setting from a different perspective.
Nuit Blanche will take place this year in the Sablon and Marolles neighbourhoods, 2 very distinct parts of the capital.
Discover, among other things:
The impressive place Poelaert, Egmont Park (which will open its gates for the occasion), loyal partners such as the Brigittines, Recyclart and Notre-Dame de la Chapelle church along with numerous schools like the new Fine Arts Academy on rue des Tanneurs.
The heart of the Festival, place Poelaert
A genuine rallying point, place Poelaert will be effervescent and adorned with 4 art projects!
The new heart of the festival invites you to quench your thirst, learn, rest your legs and recharge your batteries before setting off on another tour! From 7pm
This year, the line up reflects humanity and intimacy. Artists collectives will be present and several projects will develop a "one-to-one" connection.
Nuit Blanche will fuse genres and disciplines. Intimate performances, monumental installations and interactive devices will complement the space that accommodates them.
The Nuit Blanche projects will evolve throughout the night to give a different experience as the hours pass...
So don't hesitate to visit the website below to find out more!
NUIT BLANCHE 2012 OFFICIAL VIDEO from Culture Ville de Bruxelles on Vimeo.
Visit our partners' webpages
- Fotofever Brussels
- Creative Workshop at the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate
- Storytelling Walks, Signed Walks...for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Exhibition - Museum to scale 1/7
- The Lion Mound Hamlet - 1815 Historical Reenactments