A limited collection of Almost Together merchandise is now available. 

FAQ

Covid-19 Measures

Depending on where in the world you are right now, you may be social distancing, in self-isolation, or on total lockdown. But whoever we are and wherever we are, none of us are immune to loneliness, the stress of Covid-19 or a potential boreout.

If one positive thing has come out of this pandemic, it is the explosion of a new digital cultural landscape, and the opportunity to pause, reflect, and disconnect. And as our clubbing hiatus will be extended for a while longer, we’re proposing the option of bringing a bit of nightlife into your home.

What does a lab look like?

The Horst digital Lab is a three-day intense weekender where we offer inspiration, togetherness and playfulness. It's best when experienced collectively. We want to stimulate connection and interaction with the ones who are close to you.

The program will be multidisciplinary and articulate around what Horst is about: art, architecture and music. You can expect in-depth discussions, hands-on workshops, exploratory outdoor experiences, and unexpected performances. It is intended for anyone with a passion for learning, sharing, and a desire to be involved in the evolution of creative industries and our society itself.

How to participate?

The digital Lab will be broadcasted through a closed online platform. You need to buy a ticket to receive a unique web login. For an optimal experience, we advise to have a stable internet connection and to use a device with a larger screen like a computer, laptop or television instead of a tablet or smartphone and a decent audio system.

Three days before the Digital Lab starts, you’ll receive an email with a unique web login & link in order to enter a secure online platform. Please make sure to keep an eye on your mailbox.

Enrollment fee & Bursary

Tickets cost €35 and include a list of needed materials to experience the Lab to the fullest.

In addition, we offer a limited amount of bursaries to Lab participants. A grant is provided if suffering financial hardship, please reach out to info@horstartsandmusic.com to apply for the grant. If you would like to apply for a bursary, please inform us on your current employment status, your living situation (with parents, by yourself, other, …) and if you have received (student) bursaries before. And please let us know why you believe you're eligible for a bursary.

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List of materials

You'll receive a list of needed materials a couple of days in advance. Make sure to get all items in advance in order to experience the Lab to the fullest. 

Exploratory experiences & performances

The five in-depth panels will be alternated with a variety of outdoor activities, performative experiences, screenings, interviews and DJ-sets. Part the program are a dharma techno yoga session with Teknival co-founder Debbie Griffith, an exploratory outdoor podcast walk with Brussels-based artist Ella de Burca, a Chicago-housed infused Haitian voodoo session with Michelange Quay, an ambient sleep-in session with Roméo Poirier and an exclusive screening of the cult film "If I think of Germany Tonight". 

Language

The main spoken language during the labs is English.