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De Veerman aims to stimulate creativity, art experience, knowledge and understanding of the arts, and this in relation to the surrounding world. Art, culture and education are becoming increasingly connected with other social components. De Veerman was founded in 2000 with the aim to develop, implement and disseminate art-educational projects.


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Peña local - iVenga!

Peña local - iVenga!

Are you sometimes a little nostalgic for the art and culture of Chile and Argentina?

Are you in the mood for a cosy get-together with other Spanish speakers?

Want to discover new things and meet new people?

Then you are invited to ‘peña’ local’: Three bilingual gatherings with music, theatre, coversations, empanadas, and wine. Following on from this we will attend two performances in Spanish (with Dutch subtitles), at deSingel.

Feel like being part of these peñas? 

The Class: Knowing me & knowing you

The Class: Knowing me & knowing you

From 21 to 25 October, the students of Atheneum Brussel and the Institut Sainte-Marie will meet for a whole week in Beursschouwburg and La Raffinerie.

This is the start of their second year in the project The Class, a collaboration between De Veerman and Kunstenfestivaldesarts. By means of artistic forms of work, they investigate how they can portray themselves, others and the group.

Word Up! - Climate

Word Up! - Climate

Climate(manifestations) and young people. They are now inextricably connected withc each other. 

In our new project Word Up! we invite students of Atheneum Unesco Koekelberg. They chose to work around the Sustainable Development Goal - Climate. A perfect match with Anoek Nuyens and Rebekka de Wit.

On November 4 - 5 we will be working with this #GenerationHope in Kaaitheater.


Ear Dilemmas: They've started

Ear Dilemmas: They've started

More than sixty students from different secondary schools in Mechelen have, in the past few weeks been writing their fantasy scenarios for the podcasts that will form the basis of the educational programme for secondary schools, as well as young people who come to visit the Hof van Busleyden museum.

Traveling objects

Traveling objects

Hans Bossmann, our new artist-in-residence, puts things in people's hands to make them do and feel something with them. Many of these things come from the Kruithofcollection of the MAS. In the blog post (article written in Dutch) you can find out more about it.

Until August 2020 you might come across Hans and his objects in the streets of Antwerp. More news about that soon!

New! - Compositions in Red and Blue

New! - Compositions in Red and Blue

In the run up tot he world premier of a new piece written by the Verheyen and Copland duo and the Goeyvaerts Strijktrio at AMUZ, we will be delving into the work of Jean Fouquet and Guillaume Du Fay with two secondary school classes. 


Culture education with quality

Culture education with quality

The Nederlandse Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie  (Dutch Fund for Cultural Participation) is organising a conference on 30 October with the theme of Cultural Education with Quality

Tijl Bossuyt is the keynote speaker and will discuss two aspects in his presentation: the reality of (un)equal opportunities for cultural education and the fragmented cultural educational practice that complicates its quality.

Meet Hans, our new artist-in-residence

Meet Hans, our new artist-in-residence

Hans Bossmann is an artist, teacher and experience designer. He designs strategies and forms in which art can assimilate into society and society into art. He sets up situations in which he experiments with forms that stimulate personal contact and trust between people. His art facilitates curiosity, wonder, personal development and friendship. He wants to create meaningful new possibilities and does this with his audience.

Summeracademy 2019 - looking back

Summeracademy 2019 - looking back

The Summer Academy: ten inspiring ateliers and four surprising artists in residence.

For those who were not there and are curious. Or for those who were there and are willing to allow some melancholy.

The pictures! The podcasts!  The animated films!