This Dutch theatre company prepares young people for art, beauty and consolation.
The images of the house are part of a new online exhibition that includes the only known video of the World War II diarist.
Milo Rau and his theater company NTGent adapted the Greek tragedy The Oresteia. Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere left the performance with mixed feelings.
All over the country young people still study the Dutch language and Netherlandic culture at educational and cultural institutions.
A digital reading of Berndnaut Smilde's renowned cloud sculptures 'Nimbus 2'.
The cultural heritage of the early Dutch settlers in South Africa still plays an important role in the life of this ‘rainbow nation’.
Derek Blyth takes you on micro adventures to L-Spots, hidden and exciting places in the Low Countries. This week he goes on a literary pilgrimage in Willem Elsschot’s Antwerp.
Mobility policy in France, Belgium and the Netherlands is making way for the bicycle, with Groningen as a founding example.
The festival season has barely started, but, already, the Ghent artist with Caribbean roots seems to be making her mark this year.
The European elections in the Low Countries did not provide clear-cut results. The voters were dispersed across multiple different parties.
The Dutch artist shows in the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC’s) in Le Grand-Hornu how Western culture tries to archive and dominate the world.
The Dutch had a big influence on the cultural, linguistic and physical landscape of countries surrounding the Baltic Sea.
In 2018 Dutch artists participated in more than 15,000 cultural activities in 108 different countries.
Cross-border solidarity in Belgium and the Netherlands is more popular than the political debate suggests.
Reinier Salverda scrutinises the translation of what still is “the greatest novel ever in Dutch literature”.
When natural processes and the laws of physics lead to compelling, lyrical artefacts.
Flanders' most colourful and most cosmopolitan rocker turned 70.
What's at stake on Sunday? Political scientist Herwig Reynaert is looking ahead.
Travel diaries written by Dutch men and women born more than two centuries ago suggest that stress is not a recent phenomenon.
The Antwerp museum is the first ever to be established solely around the existing collection of one person.
Two Flemish merchants left an imprint on the history of the Portuguese island of Madeira that is still visible today.
Pinkster came across to the United States with the 17-th century Dutch settlers.
Roland Gunst – half Flemish, half Congolese – uses installations, performances, film and video to explore the search for his own identity.
400 years ago Johan van Oldenbarnevelt was beheaded.