• Sunday, 14 February, 2021 - 14:0016:00
  • Saturday, 20 February, 2021 - 11:0013:00

KidsFamily

Showroom 4

 

  • Admission: children free / Parents: €10 / Members of the Gezinsbond: €8
  • Contribution to activity: children free / parents: €5
  • Bookings must be made in advance so that we do not exceed the maximum number of participants allowed for the different activities.
  • Bookings at: or by telephone: 02/435 13 83.
  • Face masks are compulsory for parents and children over the age of 12 and hand gel is available throughout the entire exhibition.

QUARANTEENS @ KANAL: DANCE BATTLE OF THE GENERATIONS!

© Veerle Vercauteren

The gloves really come off between parents and children during the Battle of the Generations. Collaboration is off the cards – just the opposite actually! Children and parents face and challenge each other in a freestyle dance battle!

 

But first, let’s discover the wonderful world of John M Armleder together during a guided tour and take inspiration from his works. After the tour, parents and children will head off independently, each working with their own freestyle performer.

 

Do you like to move and party? Then come and dance with Freestyle Lab, a Brussels platform for urban dancers! Discover your own style to the beat of hip-hop and groovy beats, and enjoy the cool setting and the art of John M Armleder and his artist friends. As for the disco balls and the dance hall, our artist has already taken everything in hand. We need you to put all your energy into your funky moves!

 

At the end, we will reconvene for the ultimate Battle of the Generations!

 

KANAL is a museum like no other. The temporary exhibition It Never Ends with works by Swiss artist John  M Armleder & friends features Christmas trees growing downwards from the ceiling and disco balls that get everyone in the mood to party! And exclusively for Krokuskriebels, we offer an extensive 'à la carte' family programme throughout the spring break with children- and parent-friendly workshops. Child-only activities are available for parents who do not wish to take part in the workshops! Parents will still be able to enjoy a visit to the exhibition with or without a guide. At KANAL, we want to ensure that everyone is able to visit the museum safely. This is why we have had to limit the number of visitors to the exhibition and the number of participants in workshops and different activities.

 

From 13 to 21 February, the Gezinsbond is organizing the 10th edition of Krokuskriebels! Especially for Krokuskriebels we offer an extensive family program throughout the spring break. Discover the full "à la carte" program and make your choice!