Established in 2012, ArBA EsA's Institut Supérieur des Arts et Choregraphies (ISAC) trains artists through body and dance practices as a means of research and expression for their artistic creations.

| Institut Supérieur des Arts et des Chorégraphies is the dance, performance and choreography
department of the Royal Art Academy in Brussels, inhabiting a space between choreography and the visual arts. It forms artists that use both the body and an expanded idea of choreography as primary tool of expression. ISAC is based on an a pedagogy in which daily physical involvement mingles with both visual art and theoretical reflections; a context where the body becomes a tool for reflection, and art an instrument of thinking the present.