Bart Van den Eynde is in charge of the artistic and pedagogical profile and functioning of a.s (advanced scenography).
He has studied medieval history at the RUGent University (Belgium) and the Stenhdal II University (France), and theatre science at the KULeuven University (Belgium). From 1991 until 1995 he was staff member at the Flemish Theatre Institute (VTI) in Brussels. Then he became company and production dramaturge of Het Zuidelijk Toneel (The Netherlands) under the artistic direction of Ivo van Hove. From 2002 until 2005 he was literary associate of Toneelgroep Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and from 2001 to 2007 associate artistic director of Laika (Belgium). At Laika he directed Slaapwakker (2002) and Slot (The Death of Tintagiles of Maurice Maeterlinck, 2005). From 2007 on he became a freelance dramaturge, mostly working in dance.
He is also has been teaching at several schools for actors, directors and is now connected to the Audiovisual Arts department of Sint-Lukas Brussels (Belgium). Since 2009 he is artistic coordinator of a.s (advanced scenography), a postgraduate research program on scenography.