What to do in March
Intelligence Augmentation: AI Empowering People to Solve Global Challenges
March 25th, from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Artificial intelligence is poised to change every sector of the economy. How do we ensure that this technology will augment, not replace, humans? During this conference, organized by Standford University Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), scholars and industry professionals in the fields of healthcare, education, art, and others will discuss how AI technology can best support humans as they approach these critical global challenges.
Pink Film Days
From March 11th to March 21st
The Pink Film Days (Roze Filmdagen) is the foremost LGBTQ film festival in Amsterdam. This event, taking place online, brings together works from international gay cinema, from mainstream favorites to hidden gems. The main goal of this film festival is to screen inspiring movies that viewers can reflect on and at the same time, to become a social event where visitors can interact with each other. The festival offers not only feature-length films, documentaries and shorts, but also debates and talks by special guests.
Get your tickets here: https://rozefilmdagen.nl/tickets/tickets
Expat Webinar: The Dutch Tax System
March 4th, from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
During this online Expat Webinar, Holland Expat Center South and DRV Accountants & Adviseurs will present a general introduction to the Dutch tax system relevant to you as an expat. Afterwards, there will be time to ask your questions.
Gustav Klimt, The Immersive Experience
From March 24th to September 5th, 2021 at the Horta Gallery in Brussels
Come and visit this prestigious exhibition and discover a museum of the future! The latest technologies (virtual imaging, virtual reality, a spectacular hall of golden mirrors, …) will transform your visit into a unique experience. You won’t just (re-)discover Klimt’s famous paintings like ‘The Kiss’; you will immerse yourself in them entirely! The reality of the world around you will merge with the universe composed by the artist. A must-see!
Find out more about Gustav Klimt, The Immersive Experience at www.expo-klimt.be.
De Sjel – Patricia Vanneste
From February 1st to March 28th at the city cemetery of Leuven
As a visitor you are invited to forget yourself for a moment. In this musical art installation ‘Sjel’, you can listen to the beautiful violins and voice of Sohnarr, the solo project of musician-composer Patricia Vanneste. For 45 minutes you can escape from reality, but also find the essential in yourself again, in contrast to what you daily show to the outside world. That identity, that mirror image of yourself, is in fact the last thing you see before you enter the Sjel and also the thing you leave behind you.
For more information, go to https://www.30cc.be/sjel.
Luxembourg City Film Festival
From March 4th to March 14th, 2021
“Luxembourg is one of the few countries in Europe where cinemas are open, where it is still possible to see films on the silver screen” emphasised Mrs. Sam Tanson, Minister for Culture, at LuxFilmFest’s press conference. “
The Festival aims to be a platform for discovering films made in/with Luxembourg, offering feature and short films, documentaries and fiction together with one-off events. Throughout the festival, alongside the screenings, audiences can meet the most important figures in the industry.
Buy your tickets at https://www.luxfilmfest.lu/fr
- 26 February 2021
- Posted by: Expat Management Group
- Category: What to do in NL