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Inauguration of the FRIDHA Workshop Space in Brussels

In the heart of the European capital and the student district of the Université Libre de Bruxelles, FRIDHA offers a residency concept and creates a co-creative space and community for the arts and ideas between Belgium and Latin America. FRIDHA offers this tailor-made residency for artists, creators, researchers and cultural professionals. 

 

The space is designed so that you can have the space you need to practise your art, organise coaching sessions and professional meetings, as well as stay here if you need to. It has a dance floor, a fully equipped kitchen and storage space. 

Capacity: The main room (equipped with a 40 m² dance floor) can accommodate 20 people. 

L'espace Printemps also has 2 beautiful new bedrooms upstairs with en-suite bathrooms for a total of 2 people.

Discover our events, resources and professional programmes 

 

Individual coaching and art therapy sessions.

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Possibility of renting in residence

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Raising the emotional level of young people through dance in Africa

For several years now, FRIDHA has been supporting innovative local initiatives that are making a difference in Africa, particularly in Burkina Faso. FRIDHA's contribution goes beyond its financial involvement. It is also, and above all, through direct contact with young people, whether they are in training at the Centre de Développement Chorégraphique La Termitière, those who gravitate around it or those who work with Waga Studio, an art therapy centre dedicated to supporting children and students on their life journeys, which is behind the "Arts for Life" project. 

This video shows an extract from FRIDHA's last mission in Burkina Faso, carried out by Zam Ebale in August 2023. The aim: to raise the emotional level of young people through dance, to put a smile on their faces despite their precarious situation.

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