Erasmus+ Projects

In June 2024, Brasart is a partner in two international projects. These ERASMUS+ projects are organised by Crooked House in Ireland.


The first project is called Prism and will run from 2 to 9 June. The second project goes by the Irish name Fíorséalta and will take place between 16 and 23 June.


For that second international project, Brasart is still looking for participants!

Crooked House is a theatre-making organisation established in 1993 in Newbridge in County Kildare, Ireland. 
They make theatre with, for and by young people from the ages of 11 to 21. Their work is inspired by tolerance, equality, social justice, compassion, and empathy. Crooked House aims to create theatre that is ambitious, challenging, aesthetically engaging, and relevant to our audiences.


They collaborate with a wide network of international partners designing theatre-making projects, training courses, and exchanges. One of those partners is Brasart.

The first project is called Prism and will run from 2 to 9 June. PRISM is a youth exchange to raise awareness on LGBTQIA+ issues and to equip young people with theatre-making and more specifically devising theatre tools, while creating a network of solidarity and inclusion.


There will be 50 young people attending from Ireland, Spain, Kosovo, Italy, France and Belgium. The Belgian delegation is assembled and coached by Brasart and consists of 6 participants, between 15 and 19 years old. These six coveted places have already been filled.

The second project is called Fíorséalta: Devising Theatre with Young People and is scheduled from 16 to 23 June at Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland. It is a special training course that will bring together 60 cultural youth workers.


This project will include workshops on approaches to creating meaningful performances, where young people can share their own experiences, opinions, ideas, and concerns. It is training in ‘devising’ theatre. There will be participants from Ireland, Spain, Palestine, Azerbaijan, Greece, Turkey, Belgium, Italy and Kosovo.


Brasart is looking for 6 artists and youth-workers to participate in this ERASMUS+ exchange. You need to be an artist or youth worker with a Belgian ID, older that 18 (no upper age limit). All the food, training, flights and accommodation are paid for. To apply, send a motivation letter and your CV to (in English or Dutch). You can find more information about this call on the Kunstenpunt website.