Program and organisation


The course of ISAC is part of the educational program of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. Formed in an academic context (Bac and Master), the training of the ISAC is experimental and organic.

ISAC has both a 3-year program of BA (180 ects), and a two-year program of Master (120 ects).
Fundamental parts of the pedagogy of ISAC are: body practice; a workshop of movement composition; the following and mentoring of individual projects with feed-back sessions; the choice of a second artistic practice complementary to the body-based research (sculpture, curatorial practices, editorial practices, video, sound a.o.); theoretical classes shared with the rest of the Art Academy; workshops of dramaturgy; reading sessions; and a series of invited artists for five to six masterclasses per year.

In the frame of its program, ISAC collaborates with several Brussels-based institutions such as La Bellone, Centrale for Contemporary Art, La Raffinerie-Charleroi Danse, Kunstenfestivaldesarts; and internationally for residencies and exchange, with SNDO (Amsterdam), IUAV (Venice), UDK (Berlin), ENSAD (Paris) and Centrale Fies (Dro).


Language

The courses of ISAC are taught in English and French. The theoretical classes shared with the rest of the Academy curriculum are led in French. A knowledge of both English and French will be necessary to follow the ISAC Programme.

Pedagogical Team

Daniel Blanga Gubbay
Head of Department

Enzo Pezzella

Artistic Coordination

Louise Vaneste

Movement Practices

Simon Asencio

Teaching Assistant

 

Cindy Séchet

Registration and documentation

Guest teachers


Michele Rizzo
Josef Wouters
Philipp Gehmacher
Fabian Barba
Marcelo Evelin
Camille Louis
Mette Ingvartsen
Maria Hassabi
Mithkal Alzghair
Faustin Linyekula
Yvonne Rainer
Louise Vanneste
Pierre Droulers
Mårten Spångberg
Manou Phoun
Béatrice Balcou
Dora Garcia
Yves-Noël Genod
David Zambrano
Loïc Touzé
Fleur Courtois
Hayo David
Marie Martinez
Julia Sugranyes
Ana Stegner
Bruno Marin
Michelle Swennen

Alice Finichiu

Fernando Martin Lopez
Jean Furst
Lynda Gaudreau
Arco Renz
Isabelle Soupart
Boris Charmaz
Anna Rispoli
Michelle Debat
Britt Hatzius
Flore Grassiot
Stéphane Kozik
Ivana Momcilovic
Todor Todoroff
Baptiste Conte
Léa Drouet
Isabelle Stengers
Mylène Lauzon
Denis Laurent
Philippe Franck
Nicky Clayton
Clive Wilkins
Jacinto Lageira
Thierry Bedard
Lydia Bollen
George Pirson
Fabienne Aucant
Ludovica Ricciardi

 

Students


Master Cycle

Milo van Praet
Castélie Yalombo
Laura Tinard
Rafaël Elders
Jean Lesca
Kiko Nickel
Lotte Van Gelder
Louise Doumeng
Aela ROYER
Juliette Otter
Fanny Heddebaut
Shankar Lestrehan
Estelle Czernichowski
Paula Almiron
Elena Moreno
Sophie Farza
Salomé Genès
Doris Boerman
Fabrizia Flühler
Matteo Deblasio

Bachelor Cycle
Clémence Peguy
Géraldine Amiel
Pietro Carpanini
Helio Hoarau
Lucas Katangila
Seelik Tristan Mutti
Joséphine Bonnaire
Laura Elias
Lydia Guez
Laura Battistella
Loucka Fiagan
Camille Meyer
Marion Gassin

Alumnis
Angelica Proietti
Moïse Kamitatu
Farah Maakel
Swan Gautier
Victor Schmidt Guezennec
Serena Emiliani
Céline Shen
Anastasia Guevel
Maylïs Mayoka
Maïte Alvarez
André Chapatte
Gitte Hendrikx
Eliane Bertschi
Morgane Viennet
Benoît Armange
Estelle Bibbo
Mohammed Boujarra
Veronique Castelli
Francesca Chiacchio
Baptiste Conte
Leonard Coustham
Sonia Czerichowski
Maya Dalinsky

Thomas Dessein

Viola Di Lauro

Clara Henry

Gabriela Jimenez

Nasrine Kheltent
Mathilde Klug
Jérémy Le Kuerne
Luna Lambertucci
Simon Loiseau
Marion Menan
Stéphane Menti
Rossandra Nicoletti
Nikko Noirhomme
Sophie Pahud
Ugo Pignon
Luisa Prias
Catalina Rinçon Gille
Francesca Saraullo
Laura Sellal
Erika Schipa
Mina Tomic
Leen Van Dommelen
Carolina Van Eps
Celine Villaneau
Alessia Wyss

ISAC | Institut Supérieur des Arts et Chorégraphies


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Rue du Midi straat, 144
B - 1000 Bruxelles | Brussel

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