Are you a Young Curator?

Musica Impulse Centre is looking for young people aged 16 to 18 who would like to get involved artistically in their spare time with music, images, words, dance or media.                      

  • You will be given carte blanche to develop your ideas.                                                          
  • Everything will be created in a series of eight one-day workshops during weekends and two boot camps.
  • The days are set by the group together.                                                                           
  • In this course you will be guided by professional coaches/artists.
  • In February you will work together on a show moment (exhibition, performance or whatever) the theme is ‘Stories’.

Would you like to know more about this project?

Come to the info café on Wednesday 28 September, 4 pm in Het Entrepot.

Participants from previous editions, coaches and the artists who will guide you, will tell you about their experiences and answer your questions.


Info café on Wednesday 28 September 2022
Bootcamp #1: Tuesday 1 until Friday 4 November 2022
Bootcamp #2: Tuesday 3 until Friday 6 January 2023
Feedback: 3 sessions on Saturday 14-21-28 January 2023
Presentation during ‘Têtes a têtes’ festival (2 until 26 February 2023)


You do not pay any registration fee. Your input is your commitment, ideas and energy.

More info or registration

  • If you want to know more, come to the info café on Wednesday 28 January at 4 pm in Het Entrepot. Participants from previous editions and the coaches/artists who will accompany will tell you everything about Young Curators.
  • All the info can also be found on and 
  • You can register via this link.

This fifth edition of Young Curators is a project of Het Entrepot, Concertgebouw Brugge and Musica Impulse Centre.

  • Unfold


    A masterpiece from the musical heritage is highlighted in all its facets with a wide range of parallel activities: . is lecture-performances, workshops, installations and concerts. The work is placed in its historical context, in a search for its relevance and meaning for a contemporary audience. Collaboration: Concertgebouw Brugge