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05.12.2019 18:00

door Bebe Books, Other Women's Flowers en buren

Pay what you can

Museumnacht 2019:
Wear your words II

buren, Bebe Books en Other Women's Flowers komen samen in Kunsthal Gent voor een tweede editie van Wear Your Words. Na de eerste onvergetelijke avond in Vooruit volgt deze tweede editie in Kunsthal met een nacht waarin kleren en woorden samenkomen. Je bent welkom om te experimenteren met teksten op T-shirts, sokken of andere kledingstukken die je een stem wil geven.

De doorlopende performance Thunderclap van A Sudo Wu (Amy Suo Wu) begeleidt ons doorheen de avond en we eindigen met T-shirt Conversations en een groots verkleedfeest door buren.


WEAR YOUR WORDS II
In Kunsthal Gent tijdens Museumnacht 2019
Donderdag 5 december, 18:00 - 01:00

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