Destelheide Sessions #1

Destelheide Sessions #1 - Sounds for Hounds

On Friday, December 13, Destelheide presented its first full evening arts programme for a good cause within the framework of Studio Brussel's Warmste Week.

The proceeds of this Destelheide Sessions #1 - Sounds for Hounds went entirely to Dyadis vzw, an association that trains assistance dogs and donates them for free to people who need them.

The Dharts team personally went to hand over the cheque for no less than 1000 Euros at the Warmest Week of Stubru location: the Martelarenplein in Kortrijk. 

On the programma:

Destelheide also provided hot dogs and refreshments during the breaks. After the event, there was a long discussion over a drink in the bar.

In the entrance hall, you could view the exhibition Standing still / Still standing, with poems by Kristin Verellen, photos by Johan Van Steen and video projections by Katrien Oosterlinck in collaboration with Centrum West.

Destelheide Sessions #1 - Sounds for Hounds was one of the most beautiful evenings that I have had the pleasure of experiencing as director of Destelheide.

Guy Uyttebroeck, director Destelheide - Hanenbos

Directeur Destelheide

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