A talk with Jane Penny, TOPS’s vocalist, at her home back in Montreal
We have put together an interesting must-see list from the 2017 installment of LUX, a week full of the best projects from the previous year, as well as those from current upcoming artists at the School of Arts.
Text by Lara Decrae
This exhibition, curated by Filip Luyckx, travels from the Sint-Lukas Gallery in Brussels to Ghent. Carrington is dedicated to LUCA’s most promising artists, including two of our own members: Alina Cristea and Lieselotte Vloeberghs. Get to know the latest generation of graduates in a new gallery in town!
A screening of 15 short films from Sint-Lukas Brussel’s bachelor and master students at Sphinx. A collection (in blocks of 5) of works which includes documentaries, fiction and experimental movies. Young directors, cast and crew will be present!
What is the future of advertisement? A very relevant question. Are ads in print or on television still effective? Are we slowly reaching the point of overkill online? Do you want hear how advertisers and advertisement makers are thinking about this topic? Leitmotiv is organising a debate in their studio. Registration is required.
Drawing is Thinking – Thinking is Moving investigates the role of the drawing in the genesis of images. Departing from different angles, various lecturers will zoom in on the relevance, range and meaning of the popular analogy between drawing and thinking. One if them is Louise Osieka, director of CIAP Hasselt and enthusiastic speaker, featured in our 20-something list last June. Registration is required.
LUX, Luca Showcase takes place 23 – 28 October. Free entrance!
Full program here.