Belgium

Belgium/Flanders is a priority country in the Netherlands’ International Cultural Policy 2017-2020. Cultural collaboration between the Netherlands and Belgium, and in particular Flanders, is considered a matter of course. Belgium is the immediate neighbour to the south, the Netherlands’ second export country after Germany, and the two countries share a rich cultural history and a language.

Belgium’s central location in Europe means that Belgium can function as an international springboard for artists young and old, particularly because Flemish players almost automatically look beyond their own borders. Cross-border collaboration between artists, cultural organisations and provincial and city authorities is already taking place on a large scale.

The Belgian market particularly offers opportunities for the performing arts, the creative industry, the visual arts and literature. In these fields, there are possibilities for a relatively easy expansion of the market and a generally smooth exchange of knowledge. In the coming years, collaborative efforts will focus on talent development, the exchange of knowledge and greater visibility in Belgium/Flanders for young artists, musicians, designers and theatre makers from the Netherlands.

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Belgium at a glance

1082 registered activities in 2018
featuring 366 artists

Number of activities
12 months (2018)

Activities by
discipline in 2018



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Activities

2539 - 2556 of 2639 activities
Performing ArtsYouth Theatre / Performance - Stage
Theater performance War
Brussels, Belgium

12 Feb 2017
Performing ArtsYouth Theatre / Performance - Stage
Theater performance War
Antwerp, Belgium

11 Feb 2017
Performing ArtsYouth Theatre / Performance - Stage
Theater performance War by Theater Artemis
Antwerp, Belgium

10 Feb 2017
Performing ArtsYouth Theatre / Performance - Stage
Theater performance War by Theater Artemis
Antwerp, Belgium

10 Feb 2017
Performing ArtsDance / Performance - Stage
Performance Your Approval is not Essential
Antwerp, Belgium

9 Feb 2017

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