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“Open Access is a logical and exciting outgrowth of the CMA’s inclusive mission ‘to create transformative experiences through art, for the benefit of all the people, forever’. With this move to Open Access, the museum has transformed not only access to the CMA’s collection but also its usability inside and outside the walls of our […]
(FR) “The Scientific and Cultural Project of the Louvre-Lens is the result of a continuous and exemplary dialogue between the museum team, the public, the Louvre, the local authorities and the partners. (…) The Louvre-Lens remains a different kind of Louvre, in that it is both a promise of cultural democracy and a challenge to […]
“WIELS is a place of exchange. The involvement of different groups and audiences is an essential element of its functioning. Giving the opportunity to see things differently, to deepen one’s artistic practice, to enter into dialogue or to be inspired are all of the art centre’s objectives. Meetings, workshops, conferences, internships, … many activities are […]
(FR) Culture & Démocratie is a platform for reflection, observation, exchange and awareness-raising on what links culture and democracy. Culture & Démocratie bases its research and reflection work on several themes – prison, education, health, social work, the right to participate in cultural life, digital, territories, communities, migration(s) – which it explores each time in […]
Foyer is a non-profit with various sections that has been building a (more) intercultural society in Brussels for more than 50 years. Our offer includes intercultural mediation, advice about multilingualism and education, a range of activities for young people and adults focusing on development and empowerment, and dialogue activities that encourage people to come together.
Eqla is a Belgian association that acts daily with and for blind and visually impaired people. Since 1922 and thanks to various local services, Eqla promotes their inclusion in society by building with them solutions for autonomy and fulfillment: global and personalized support, training in new technologies, access to cultural and leisure activities…
(FR) “Molenbeek is a symbolic neighbourhood of the ever-changing Brussels. It is teeming with opportunities for literacy groups who want to learn about the workings and codes of the urban environment”.
At the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Made to Measure offers guided tours, creative courses, workshops and themed activities tailored to specific audiences. In this way everyone has the opportunity to visit the museum in a personal and adapted way, regardless of disability, culture, language or any other restriction.