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BEING HOME IS… @ Jewish Museum of Belgium

  Being Home is … “You have before you the result of the artistic and social project Being Home is … that the Jewish Museum of Belgium set up in 2020-2021 for a dozen of young people, both French-speaking and Dutch-speaking, on the occasion of the photo and video exhibition of Assaf Shoshan – Home. […]


  Where are the women? Female figures of abstraction and Belgian surrealism ” Unlike what one might think, women were not absent from the artistic cenacles in Belgium in the twentieth century: as many figures as Irène Hamoir, Jane Graverol, Rachel Baes took part in the surrealist revolution, while Marthe Donas, Francine Holley, Mig Quinet […]

Workshop: Inside the lab of the miniaturist @ KBR MUSEUM

(Past event) Workshop: Inside the lab of the miniaturist, July 2 and 3, 2022 from 2pm to 5pm at the KBR museum   “Slime, roots, scale insects, ferrous sulphate, urine (preferably that of a man who has been drinking) and fish glue … these are not the ingredients of some magic potion, but the materials […]

Frida Kahlo – 360° projection

Past event   From March 18, Brussels   “Viva Frida Kahlo offers an insight into the tragic life of the Mexican artist and her creations. Full of colorful, exotic symbolism, as well as a series of powerful self-portraits, the expressive artist’s creations and her life are at the heart of this immersive exhibition, presented using […]

What Does the Publics Want? Tell Us @ Museum of Ixelles

The adventure of an in-depth consultation of how the public interacts with the Museum of Ixelles.

Women in Art in the Street – 11 & 12 Dec.

Through this original projection (outside the walls of museums), we wish to contribute, on our scale, to the rehabilitation and cultural recognition of the many women artists omitted from art, history and general culture courses. Women In Art in the street will take place on the 11th and 12th of December 2021 from 17:00 to 22:00, in Brussels, Belgium. (Past event)

BELvue Museum: Inclusive Digital Content for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

In creating content with the deaf and hard of hearing in mind, the BELvue has successfully created two new activities that can be used by all people visiting their institution. Starting from a place of empathy, we can all work to create initiatives that better serve the people around us.

What Does the Publics Want? Tell Us @ Museum of Ixelles

The adventure of an in-depth consultation of how the public interacts with the Museum of Ixelles.

Multi-sensorial Experience – Van Abbemuseum

With over 25 multi-sensory tools, including texts in Braille, scent interpretations, tactile drawings and soundscapes, Delinking and Relinking represents the first, fully multi-sensory collection display in the Netherlands. Besides enriching the museum experience for everyone, the exhibition is accessible to a wide audience, including visually or hearing-impaired visitors and wheelchair users.