In a time of change and a world transforming at the speed of light, culture and creation are often either a place of shelter or a witness of events.
Culture and creativity are a means for peace, emotion, beauty and bringing different people together. Likewise, they can also be the primary reason for a society overwhelmed by technological evolutions and looking for its identity. This has lead to the emergence of the so-called cultural and creative industries, bringing an undeniable added value to urban development.
In fact, Brussels has some great cultural and creative assets. The cultural to-do list is long: every year more than 27000 different events and activities take place. The city is a place where new creative and innovative projects see the light of day, in the heart of Europe.
BRUSSELS CREATIVE FORUM wants to be the place where the cultural and creative richness of Brussels, and by extension the European, is put in the spotlight. The goal: to inform and sensitize the public and to be a forum where artists, professionals from the sector and elected officials meet.
BRUSSELS CREATIVE FORUM is a place of exchange, ideal for linking people to each other, great to find inspiration and new ideas. Good know-how will be exchanged, cross-disciplinary connections wil be made and people will come together to find innovative solutions for urban development. Creative entrepreneurship will be stimulated in an environment of dialogue and the sharing of experiences.
The BRUSSELS CREATIVE FORUM is a yearly interactive event accessible for everyone. It consists of two parts: a presentation to the audience of the cultural programmation and meetings between professionals.
All people involved in the cultural and creative industries will take part at this new dynamic in the City of Brussels and support the BRUSSELS CREATIVE FORUM. Because we believe that developing these sectors in Brussels, capital of Europe is an important challenge.
Opening hours :
Friday 02/09/16 : 10am - 10pm
Saturday 03/09/16 : 09 am - 22pm
Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels
Stop "Gare Centrale" via bus 29, 38, 63, 65, 66 and 71, metro 1 and 5 and trains.