Experience ALIAS / Public program
Discover the exhibition in a different way
ALIAS is for everyone! Do you want to visit the exhibition with your family, friends or simply by yourself? Do you want to prepare an interactive tour or do you want to experience ALIAS in a more playful manner? We offer alternative walks for adults and an adjusted program for our youngest visitors. Every visitor has the chance to experience ALIAS in his own way.
During ALIAS, we organize various public events. Stay on top by following this page or subscribe to our newsletter.
Fumigation ceremony with Wendy Morris
Dates: 28.09, 12.10, 02.11, 16.11 and 30.11
Guided tour by Aalst connoisseur Jan Louies
Dates: 29.09, 20.10, 03.11 and 10.11
Botanical bodies, On the political and ritual meaning of plants
In collaboration with CIAP and Academy of the Arts of the World/ Cologne.
Participants: Wendy Morris, Tinde van Andel, Mariska Broeckmeyer, Hendrike Scharmann, Bart Backaert, Aneta Rostkowska, Casper Fitzhue, Bart Van Dijck and Georgiana Cojocaru
Workshop Flemish cold buffet (KAA-PLAA), by Bureau d’Alimentation
10 – 12 am: workshop in Netwerk Aalst: free
from 12 am: aperitif, buffet and talk with Ignace Cami, Roger D’hondt en Jorijn Neyrinck: 20 euro
Please enroll for one or both events before September 30
A Walk in High Resolution with David Bergé
Artist Talk Tai Shani
3 pm: Guided tour with Tai Shani and curator Pieternel Vermoortel
5 pm: a conversation with Ilse Ghekierein relation to ENGAGMENT
A conversation between 2 practices about gender, feminity and sexuality
Use our visitor’s guide to find your way through the exhibition. The guide provides information about the various artworks and has a useful map.
The visitor’s guide is free, and available in Dutch and English.
Guided tour for groups
Visiting ALIAS with family or friends? Enroll for an interactive tour with a professional guide!
- Available in English, Dutch and French
- Duration: 2 hours
- Max. 20 visitors per group
- € 60, excl. entry tickets
- Book your tour
ALIAS welcomes his youngest visitors with a custom-made visitor’s guide that contains playful assignments and fun games. In this way, young children are being offered the chance to actively participate in the exhibition.
This altered visitor’s guide is designed by MOOSS vzw, experienced partner in art and heritage education.
- The visitor’s guide for children will only be available in Dutch
- Families with children from 6 to 12 year.
- You can create your own route. The duration depends on the chosen quantity of locations.
- The visitor’s guide is available for free at the starting point of the exhibition: Netwerk Aalst (Houtkaai 15).
Info and registration
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