Peeping Tom Kitchen - Sound, space and movement | Brussels
20-23 November 2023Peeping Tom Studio
The second edition of the Peeping Tom Kitchen will arrive in our Studio in Brussels from 20 till 23 November. Apply for a full week of workshops and experimenting or sign up for one or more of our evening talks.
What is the Peeping Tom Kitchen?
The Peeping Tom Kitchen is a meeting place for artists, a space to test out new recipes, a safe environment to learn from each other and to get inspired by different disciplines and backgrounds. It is a research lab for different art forms, such as dance, theatre, visual arts, music, scenography, film. By sharing workshops, masterclasses, discussions, performances,…, the Kitchen creates dialogues, wants to nurture artistic practices and open up boundaries!
In the second edition of Peeping Tom Kitchen, the creative laboratory offers an insight into scenography, movement and sound, and how they all work together. For this week, we have invited different artists to share their curiosity in the form of workshops and talks.
Who can participate?
The Peeping Tom Kitchen is open to professional performers with an interest in physical and visual work. There is limited availability and a short selection process. You can register until 1 November. Send us a short CV and a motivational letter (max. 300 words) in which you explain why you are interested in this edition of the Peeping Tom Kitchen.
For those who are unable to follow the full week, or who just want to come for the lectures, we offer single tickets to the evening talks on Monday 20/11 (Gabriela Carrizo), Tuesday 21/11 (Elias Vervecken) and Wednesday 22/11 (Hans Op de Beeck).
More information on how to sign-up for these talks soon!
Who will give the workshops?
The workshops will be given by:
Can I also participate as a non-dancer?
Yes! As long as you have experience with physical performance, you are welcome to apply for the workshop. Our evening lectures are open to everyone.
How and when will the selection for participants be made?
If you are interested in participating in the Peeping Tom Kitchen, you can register here till 1 November 2023. You will be asked to send us your CV and a motivational letter of max. 300 words in which you explain why you are interested in learning about and experimenting with space, sound and movement. A selection of participants will be made from this, and successful candidates will be notified on 6 November, and asked to pay the fee within 7 days. If not, the spot will go to a candidate on the waiting list.
How much does it cost to participate in the Peeping Tom Kitchen and what does it cover
The fee to participate in the Peeping Tom Kitchen is € 375. It covers all the workshops and extra activities, and daily lunch on 20, 21, 22, and 23 November. It doesn’t cover accommodation, travel and other food.
Is there a waiting list?
Participating in the Peeping Tom Kitchen will be based on a selection. Some people will be added to a waiting list, and contacted in case of cancellations. Please note, however, once the registration is closed, it is also no longer possible to be added to the waiting list.
If the Peeping Tom Kitchen is cancelled, or if I can no longer attend, can I get a refund?
Received payments for participants will be refunded in case of cancellation of the Peeping Tom Kitchen by Peeping Tom. Participants can cancel up to one week before the Kitchen for a full refund with proof of a valid reason (i.e. doctor’s statement, …). If you cancel later than that, we can only refund half of the price. Peeping Tom cannot refund any invested travel costs. If you can no longer attend due to personal reasons, please write an e-mail to email@example.com.
Can Peeping Tom help me with accommodation?
Unfortunately, we cannot assist you in finding accommodation for your stay in Brussels.
Can I come see the talks in the evenings, even if I’m not a participant in the Peeping Tom Kitchen?
Yes, you are very welcome to attend the talks in the evening.
How many people will participate?
There will be around 20 participants for the workshops during the day. The talks in the evening will be opened up to a slightly larger audience.
If you didn’t find an answer to your question, please reach out by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.