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How do we see the values of masculinity? Are they different in fashion, sports or culture? From the masculine codes of rugby to the stereotypes conveyed in the cultural world, James Brandon (Tate London) opens the debate during a free online event on 22 April.
The City of Brussels launches a first call for projects on awareness-raising, valorisation, exhibition or study of the historical, cultural and architectural heritage, private or public, on the territory of the City.
On Tuesday 9 March 2021 we broadcasted our very first Open Museum conference live from art house Zinnema in Anderlecht. The theme “Re-imagining Museums as Safe Spaces” dealt with the structural obstacles that museums have to overcome to become more inclusive and participatory places. We would like to thank all speakers and the almost 150 […]
We’re very proud to announce we’ve selected our Open Museum Think Tank. We would like to thank all 150 (!) people who applied to be part of what is bound to be an exciting journey towards more inclusive museums.
Hard on discrimination, heart for museums? Then we need you in our think tank!
We moderated the panel discussion “Museums and Activism: Neutrality Questioned” at BeMuseum.
The Museum of Ixelles was the first to follow the Open Museum workshop on unconscious bias.
A statement by Brussels Museums in response to the necessary Black Lives Matter protests.