Multilingual Business Communication

April 10, 2009

BRXL BRAVO: not just open day

Filed under: Frauke De Graeve, internship — meertaligebedrijfscommunicatie @ 3:11 pm

 

 

brxl-bravo-goed1Brxl Bravo  (say: Brussel Bravo) is a non-profit organisation that organises an arts festival in Brussels, from 2 to 4 October 2009. 150 organisations take part in it, both Dutch- and French-speaking. The festival lays stress on the cooperation, exchange of ideas and on diversity – in languages, cultures and artistic disciplines.

This year the third edition takes place. The previous editions were in 2005 and 2007 and they were a huge success.

 

Brxl Bravo is much more than just open day in the art galleries and concert halls. It is a socio-cultural event, that wants to reach all ranks of society, like children and underprivileged people. It is not only for the typical culture-loving public. On the programme, there are dancing and music performances, but also work shops and interactive sessions for drama and music.

 

I am charged to write the brochure for the festival, in which all the art projects will be presented. Further, I will prepare a press conference and I will be responsible for the communication with the different projects. I also get the opportunity to work with the different authorities in Brussels. We will work closely together with amongst others Bozar and KVS, and maybe the Swedish community in Brussels, which I would like very much.

 

Frauke De Graeve

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