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ontmoeting verbeeld(t)

Exhibition of artworks resulting from a social-artistic project. The participants are both clients and employees of the social service of the CPAS of Harelbeke and Waregem.


The subject is the encounter between care recipient and care worker and the aspect of autonomy and protectiveness in that encounter.

The guidance was provided by two artists, Jonas Vansteenkiste and Joris Vanderborght. It is a double exhibition in Harelbeke and Waregem.


In the eighteenth century, Marktstraat 100 in Harelbeke was built as a spacious residential house. After W.W.II, the site housed the local Pipe and Tobacco Museum for decades, which zoomed in on the region's rich craft history. This collection moved to the museum in Wervik between 2010 and 2012. Since April 2014, Market Street has been an interactive place for art and culture. Under the flag of the City of Harelbeke, some 20 exhibitions were organised between 2014 and 2019, each time focusing on contemporary Belgian art.


With its own vision and network, we build a solid autonomous framework where art is central. The ambition of the Kunstenhuis is to realise 2 concept exhibitions every year, complemented by a modest programme of lectures, guided visits and nocturnes.


Marktstraat 100

8530 Harelbeke



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