Project: About


Constant is member of:

Brussels Kunstenoverleg (BKO)

The Brussels Kunstenoverleg (BKO) is a cultural network that was established in 2001. Today it brings together more than 100 Dutch speaking cultural institutions in the Brussels region of Belgium : theatres, companies, art labs, festivals, etcetera; small organizations as well as big institutes. As a Brussels based network, the BKO has a close collaboration with the French speaking cultural network Réseau des Arts à Bruxelles (RAB).

Interface3, Centre de formation bruxellois pour femmes en recherche d’emploi

Interface3 tries to expand and diversify professional investment fields of women and enable them to build effective foundation for a professional career in a job market in which computer skills are not only a great asset but became a must!

To reach this goal the organisation offers introduction modules to information and communication technologies, guidance modules allowing women to discover the careers offered by the various businesses of the ICT field and finally, qualifications and certification courses leading to ICT jobs or jobs in making intensive use of IT tools.

Why is this important? Today the digital gap between men and women is gradually reducing concerning access and use, particularly through the development of Internet. However this almost equal use hides an important imbalance in the mastery of these technologies, operational systems and construction of computer. Indeed, there are less than 20% of female ICT professionals.

Overleg Kunstenorganisaties (oKo)

oKo (Overleg Kunstenorganisaties) is the Flemish Federation of Employers in the performing arts and music sector. Its members are organisations recognized and supported by the Flemish government.

oKo exchanges information on issues that may affect the working of its member organisations, and expresses collective views on behalf of its members. oKo is responsible for the follow-up of the governmental institutions’ activities, and Flemish cultural policy. Apart from that, oKo is the official employers’ representative in collective bargaining, both on a local and national level.

Constant participates:

Juis is Juist
Juist is Juist is a knowledge platform with toolbox that offers tools to enter into a partnership on an equal basis. Juist is Juist takes into account that fair practices can differ depending on the context – without calling into question the basic legal and solidarity principles. “Juist is Juist” defines clear and fair principles and practices for collaborations in the arts sector. And it does so for all disciplines: the performing arts, music (from pop to classical), the visual and audiovisual arts. Thanks to Juist is Juist, all who create, perform, exhibit, curate and are in residence have access to information about correct employment relationships. And this applies to all parties concerned: clients and contractors, producers and coproducers, venues and performers.

Constant supports:


A.pass is an artistic research environment that develops research on performativity and scenography, in an international artistic and educational context. The institute includes two complementary bodies that operate in parallel and in dialogue: a Post-master Program and a Research Centre.
A.pass offers a one-year artistic research training program at post-master level for artists and theoreticians, based on the principles of collaboration and transdisciplinarity. The a.pass artistic research center develops, activates, documents and archives tools for qualitative and relevant artistic research practices. The research center uses this growing archive to communicate and interact with the artistic and educational field and functions as a forum for the development of critical approaches on artistic research at large.

Just For The Record

Just For The Record is a project addressing how gender is represented in new media and writing/publishing tools like Wikipedia, and what influence this has on the way history is recorded. With the importance that such platforms as Wikipedia have gained in our society, and the new writing and publishing tools they propose, it is becoming clear that history is being written down once again. To address these issues Just for the record organises in Brussels a series of events between edit-a-thon, reading and performance.


Following the meeting of several amateurs sharing the common desire to easily develop their work, LaboBis was born in 2012. Hosted in the cellar of Constant office, Labobis is devoted to film development, that is to say a set of rudimentary tools for development. It works in a participatory and voluteer based way.


Nubo is a Belgian social cooperative that will offer basic digital services to individuals: e-mail address (e-mail) and online storage space (cloud), i.e. an offer equivalent to the services of Gmail, Outlook, Apple iCloud, Dropbox, WeTansfer, Google Drive... but this time in a framework that respects privacy.

At a time when privacy is a commodity, the objective is to enable everyone to find an alternative to so-called "free" services, but which are remunerated by using our personal data and diverting our attention. An alternative to GAFAM is possible.

OSP (Open Source Publishing)

OSP makes graphic design using only free and open source software—pieces of software that invite their users to take part in their elaboration. Founded in 2006 in the context of Brussels art organisation Constant, the OSP caravan now comprises a group of individuals from different background and practices: typography, graphic design, cartography, programming, mathematics, writing, performance. Through a collaborative practice, they work on workshops, commissioned or self-commissioned projects, searching to redefine their playground, digging for a more intimate relation with the tools.


Wikipedia is a project of a free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organisation that also hosts a range of other projects such as Commons (Free media repository), Wikibooks (Free textbooks and manuals), MediaWiki (Free software development), etc. The Wikipedia is written in English. Started in 2001, it currently contains 4.977.762 articles including arts, biography, geography, history, science and other areas. Many other Wikipedias are available in other languages.