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Our dynamic programme consists of Exhibitions, Performance, Fashion, Talks, Screenings, Music, Workshops and much, much more.

March 2017
Fri
3
March
02:30 - 00:00
3 Mar - 13 May

X-C: Transference between Neighbours

Xavier and Clément

An exhibition and intimate visual dialogue between two neighbours at WOW.

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02:30 - 00:00
April 2017
Sat
1
April
02:30 - 00:00
1 Apr - 30 Apr

make being radical again

The One Minutes

Artists and designers escape into reality in virtual worlds, with performance at its centre.

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02:30 - 00:00
Sun
30
April
19:00 - 22:00

X-C: Sunday Dinner

An exclusive evening with the artists

Enjoy a home cooked dinner and discuss the exhibition with its creators.

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May 2017
Thu
4
May
20:15 - 22:00

wow.doc #4 | call me marianna

Documentary screening

A touching story about a middle-aged transgender in conservative Poland.

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20:15 - 22:00
Fri
5
May
17:00 - 20:00

Vrijheidsmaaltijd

Koken, eten en verhalen uitwisselen

WOW viert de vrijheid samen met buurtbewoners in een kleurrijk programma met verhalen, muziek en een heerlijk diner.

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17:00 - 20:00
Fri
5
May
18:00 - 17:00
5 May - 17 Jun

This must be wonderful! i don’t understand it at all.

Solo expo by Paul Stümpel

A visual investigation into ways humans deal with a fear of death, on emotional, intellectual and societal levels.

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18:00 - 17:00
Wed
10
May
18:00 - 19:00

AFK Speeddate

Advice on funding for artists

12 May: Speeddate with AFK funding counsellors. Submit your ideas and reserve a spot for a brief but useful session.

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Sat
13
May
20:00 - 23:55

wow open air 2017

An art-filled Saturday night with fifty young talents

Open AIR unlocks the building and showcases all those artists inside – one-time opportunity!

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June 2017
Thu
29
June
17:00 - 22:00
29 Jun - 29 Sep

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Too?

Community Art Project by Patricia Kaersenhout

Large exhibition tracing overlooked histories of Black women, inspired by Judy Chicago’s 1979 installation.

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