Zintuin introduction course


© Rob van Hoorn

As part of ErasmusDays 2023

Is your heart beating for the future of education? Do you also believe that a different view of education is not only possible, but necessary? Then mark the date of this active two-day course in your agenda. How do you develop a sensitive attitude towards each other and the world? How do our intuitions and intelligences develop from bodily-sensory experience? Zintuin offers a refreshing look at education from a musical-artistic perspective.

For whom

Anyone with a heart for the future of education (teachers, coordinators, directors, students)


Led by Hans Van Regenmortel, Loes Bruyninckx and Dries Janssen


100.00 euro, lunch included

At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate of participation




Apply until Friday 6 October 2023
Overnight requests until Monday 2 October 2023


This Zintuin introduction course invites you to a different and promising perspective on education. Through generic exercises, we’ll actively explore how ‘the temporal arts’ – with emphasis on music – open an inviting perspective on education. Zintuin shows how education can be embedded in a more consistent view of what it means to be human in a changing world.

Friday 13 October 2023

9.00 am – Welcome
9.30 am – A playful start: What is music? What is human? Looking into the mirror through our musicality
10.00 am – Experiencing the world through the senses. Exploring human artistry through aesthetic awareness
11.00 am – Break
11.30 am – Extended senses, sensitive technology. The art of dosage
12.30 pm – Lunch
1.30 pm – Roaming sounds with voice. A sense of space, direction and layers
3.00 pm – Break
3.30 pm – Growing into music through the body I. From Laban Movement Analysis to musicality
4.30 pm – End

Saturday 14 October 2023

9.30 am – Growing into music through the body II. From Laban Movement Analysis to musicality
10.30 am – Communicating vessels. Ambiguity and the social fabric for learning
11.00 am – Break
11.30 am – The Beast. A special guest
12.30 pm – Lunch
1.30 pm – From intuition to intelligence. Patterns, habits, memory and sense of future
3.00 pm – Break
3.30 pm – An education for the future. Plenary discussion
4.30 pm – End

(Programme subject to change)

Zintuin is the Flemish contribution to Erasmus+ project SenseSquared, a collaboration between Musica Impulse Centre (BE), Companhia de Música Teatral (PT), Marres, House for Contemporary Culture (NL), Sisters Hope (DK), Stavanger University (NO) and Maastricht University (NL).


Friday 13 & Saturday 14 October 2023, from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm


Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof, Toekomstlaan 5, Pelt


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