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📣 11:30 - 12:30

Presentation of our tool "Aware me up!" 

🥣 12:45 - 13:45  

Pro Lunch "Slow meetings" 

☮  14:00 - 17:00 

Workshop "gender violence : blind spots & responsibilities" 
©   15:00 - 17:00  

Workshop "Copyright & related rights" 
🍻 17:00 - 18:00  

Pro drink 
💃  18:00 - 19:30  

Dance, theater & pole dance performances
🎶 19:30 - 01:00  

Concerts & DJ sets

Free participation

Press conference : Aware me up!

"A tool for authors of violence to question their role and responsibility in the perpetuation of gender violence" 


This tool was inspired by the "Violentometer" initiated by the Hubertine Centre in France and was designed during our pedagogical workshop on 17 June at the VK-Vaartkapoen. A project initied by Beats 'n' Roots & Vaartkapoen in collaboration with Plan Sacha.

The collectives and associations that contributed to the development of this tool : 

Agence Une Fois, A L’aise Bien, Genre d’à Côté, Funke, Les Volumineuses, Modus Vivendi, Quality Nights, Rebel, Safe Ta Night, SCIVIAS, VI.BE, Voix de Femmes

Aware me up! will be previewed to the music sector before being made available for free download on our website from June 23th.

We invite event promoters and all actors in the music industry to join us! 

Activity open to everyone without registration

Time: 11:30-12:30

Place: L'Abeille Blanche, Quai de Mariemont 57, 1080 Molenbeek

Pro lunch "Slow Meetings"

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"A privileged moment of encounter between FINTA programmers and artists" 

We bring together profiles with common interests. The concept of slow meeting that we develop aims to connect artists and their works with the professional world. We invite 4 or 5 programmers to share a convivial moment with 15 professionals or artists around a meal prepared with love and passion by a team of women committed to a more sustainable world : La Kantine du Canal.

Meet the invited programmers !

Morgane Mathieu has just taken over the artistic direction of the Festival d'Art, a festival of world music and voices in heritage sites in Huy. After a long experience at Muziekpublique, her objective is to make the Festival d'Art more dynamic, younger and more feminine, while promoting Belgian artists in the field of traditional, world and folk music, linked to heritage and with an acoustic aesthetic.

Mac Kam, polymorph, non-binary, non-white, non-hetero cisgender artivist, is at the helm of Ladyfest BXL, thanks to a venture that began in 2018. In addition to her involvement, she is working on an activist documentary with her colleagues from Games Ovaires, entitled "Fxmmes Fxtales", which explores feminist artivism in the arts and culture in Brussels. It promises to be an exciting initiative.

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Eve decampo is artistic coordinator for music at L'Atelier 210, a multidisciplinary cultural space in Etterbeek. She is also co-founder of the feminist collective Poxcat. As a keyboardist and producer in the duo "Capelo", in her solo project Elfo Van de Velde or as a DJ under the stage name DJ Hyppocampo, she is never far from a stage. She is also the new host of Karaofée, a travelling fairy karaoke in Brussels.

Lynn Dewitte is the program manager of Brussels Jazz Weekend, a free annual festival celebrating jazz in all its forms in the heart of Brussels. She is also part of the team behind the Brussels Jazz Alert platform, promoting upcoming Belgian talents. She has been working in the music industry for several years as a manager, booker, event organizer and label coordinator. In 2020 she founded her agency “Lynn Dewitte, Booking & Management” to support and promote Belgian and international artists. She is also a founding member of the new Fédération des Bookers et Managers Uni·e·s (FBMU).

Activity in choosen mixity : Only FINTA people / Registration required

Time: 12:45-13:45

Place: La Kantine du Canal, Quai Fernand Demets 55, 1070 Anderlecht

Workshop "Gender Violence"

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"Gender Violence : blind spots & responsibilities" 


Objective: To develop concrete elements for the design of a toolbox to promote the involvement of men and to make it visible in the party scene.

For this workshop we are bringing together actors from the music sector and experts in gender or in the social sector. The different professional staff of the party scene will be represented in order to have the broadest possible vision of the actions and tools to be developed. The group will be made up of about twenty people with profiles such as venue manager, federation coordinator, technical manager, bar manager, security officer, expert in the deconstruction of masculinity, expert in gender issues, social worker, etc.

We would like that each category of worker is represented by: 1 cisgender man + 1 cisgender woman or LGBTQIA+ person.

Liminal aims to provide a space where individuals and men in particular can work on deconstructing the layers of patriarchal conditioning in their lives. We do this by teaching about patriarchy and its effect on identity, relationships and behaviour, as well as providing opportunities for individuals to experience personal growth and pursue authenticity.

Meet the trainers !

Hugo Mega, a transformative coach and activist in Brussels, champions equality, and gender justice. He launched "Male Identities" in 2019, providing a feminist platform for men to challenge patriarchy and privilege. This initiative has grown into Liminal, where Hugo facilitates workshops on feminism, deconstructing masculinity, and dismantling patriarchal conditioning. Currently pursuing a master's in gender studies, he is dedicated to advancing research on deconstruction and masculinity.

Michiel van der Padt holds a degree in Religious Studies from the University of Amsterdam and has been working on gender equality and masculinity since 2019. He has worked with several Dutch and Belgian organisations in raising awareness around gender equality, and specifically how (cis)men can be better allies to the feminist cause. In 2021 he co-founded Liminal with Hugo Mega, a space for reflection on gender justice and patriarchy. Additionally, Michiel works in communications for the Women’s Council in Brussels.

Activity: open to targeted actors of the event industry & experts / Registration required

Time: 14:00-17:00

Venue: L'Abeille Blanche

Workshop "Copyright & related rights"

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Copyright and neighbouring rights are essential notions to evolve and become professional in your musical project. During this workshop, we will decipher what these rights are and what differentiates them and how to generate new sources of income thanks to them. What are the missions of these structures? How do they manage their members' rights? How to protect one's creations? What financial assistance is available? All the answers to your questions as a performer or creator are here! 

Meet the trainers !

Thomas is active in the Member Relations Department of Sabam (Belgian Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers). Adviser to Sabam members and their entourage on copyright management and financial aid offered by Sabam For Culture. Representative of Sabam within the Belgian French-speaking music sector.

Sébastien has a degree in law, marketing and communication, and is very passionate about music. After having advised many artists in the development of their careers within the APMC, he also worked with them in the event industry for several years. He joined PlayRight in 2020 as Head of Communication and Cultural Affairs to lead the socio-cultural, political and educational actions of the performing artists' neighbouring rights collective management society. Through his work, he aims to support, inform and defend artists and the cultural sector in general.

Activity: open to artists & managers / Registration required

Time: 15:00-17:00

Venue: L'Abeille Blanche

Drink pro

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"Let's meet and have a drink!" 

Take a break and come to meet other professionals of the event industry!

A space for networking and chat! 

A convivial moment to close the day before continuing with the concert evening. An opportunity to network, meet and chat with other cultural actors over a drink.

It's also an opportunity to taste a beer brewed by a duo of men and women that is part of the reduction of the ecological footprint. It is made from unsold bread.

Activity: open to actors of the music industry / No registration required

Time: 17:00-18:00

Venue: L'Abeille Blanche

Can't wait to meet you all !

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