Bring your kids
Bring the whole family to the festival! Whether it’s to partake in creative workshops for children, artistic projects accessible to the youngest among us, or a collaboration with the babysitting services, the festival is absolutely open to young and old alike.
08, 15 & 22.05
14:00 — 18:00 (arrival between 13:45 and 14:00, pick-up between 18:00 and 18:15)
The language is not an issue | Age: 6 — 12 years old
Every Sunday throughout the festival, we are organising a creative workshop for children. So parents — drop the little ones off at the festival centre and attend a show in peace at one of the theatres in the area. Participation is free!
Sound, music and movement are part of their programme, which is sure to delight the youngsters every Sunday in May. Each afternoon, three different artists will work on connecting contemporary art and youth through a joint creation. During this experimental workshop, children are invited to be part of the artist's process. A moment to reflect together and to (re)discover contemporary art by doing for the youngest, who are not yet sufficiently involved in a world that almost equals their imagination. Together, they discover how to express themselves physically and creatively through a crash course in modern dance, for example; they become part of an improvised choir that sings about cheese or they explore together how you could make art in public spaces.
During this workshop, parents are not allowed to be present in order to allow the children's full creativity to unfold.
More info and bookings
firstname.lastname@example.org | +32 (0)2 226 45 91
Currated by Oscar Cassamajor | Workshop animation by: Maily B. XU, Elise Tumba Kiambi, Docteur Mabool, Nyati May
Are you looking for a babysitting service to enable you to attend the festival? Thanks to the collaborative babysitting app Bsit, you can hire a nearby babysitter at a reduced rate, especially for the festival. From 28 April to 28 May, get your first annual subscription to Bsit at half price with the promo code KFDA22.
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In order to ensure a successful family outing to the festival, our team has selected two projects that will appeal to both young and old: The Weeping Woods and the Okapi Resistance by Daniela Ortiz and Chou by Chassol. If you have any questions about the other projects, please do not hesitate to contact our mediation department.