Musea Brugge’s brand-new BRUSK exhibition hall will be the new epicentre for pioneering exhibitions and cultural events with an international aura.
BRUSK will open its brand-new doors with an epic arts festival stretching from 18 October 2025 – 8 May 2026 (weekends and holidays only). To this end, Musea Brugge is looking for astute and uncompromising programmers, armed with surprising and ambitious ideas and a solid artistic network. As a programmer, you will put together an opening festival that will put BRUSK on the international cultural map.
Curators and programmers from all over the world and from all cultural and creative fields are welcome to apply. Are you a driven, passionate, visionary and original voice? A programmer with guts, expertise and your own cultural network? Join BRUSK’s artistic revolution.
Musea Brugge offer:
- A unique opportunity to engage in an international and national cultural network.
- Substantive and production feedback by curators and staff of Musea Brugge.
- A market-based remuneration for the elaboration and coordination of the festival, including all possible expenses such as accommodation or travel.
- A solid all-in budget for the production of the festival.
- Production support.
Programmers commit to work from November 2023 – May 2025 (dates subject to change).