On Thursday, November 2, youth organization ‘De Trappen’ is organizing a unique evening during KMSKA LAAT. The organization provides numerous activities during an evening dedicated to culture, relaxation and artistic experience.
Through the activities of De Trappen, the new youth organization of the KMSKA, young people can come into contact with the building, the museum operations and the collection through an active art experience. In this way, the Antwerp museum hopes to take a step towards a more inclusive museum.
That is why various activities will take place in the museum during the KMSKA LAAT on Thursday, November 2. It is a highlight of the evening Read & Relax Atelier led by Will-Limba Moleka, founder of Read & Relax Together, in collaboration with the KMSKA. This studio offers visitors the opportunity to read together and relax on one of the many cushions during breaks.
Another highlight is the performance of Morane, a talented singer and songwriter with Congolese roots. Together with her live band, Morane takes the audience on a musical journey with a unique mix of jazz, neo-soul and hip-hop elements.
For those who like dance music, there is also a DJ set by Djam3s in the De Keyzer hall. Visitors can let loose to the beats and enjoy the musical atmosphere.
In addition, the permanent values of KMSKA LAAT are also present. There is an open studio, a drawing tour and a speed tour. The Radio Bart hosts will also be present. They are blind people who love art and help visitors to look differently and see more.
Access to KMSKA LAAT is available to everyone with a ticket for Thursday evening. Admission is free, but a museum ticket is required.
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