The Israeli candidate Netta Barzilai won the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday. Her song, inspired by the feminist movement #me too, was called “Toy”, written and composed by Doron Medalie and Stav Berger.
This year’s Queen Elisabeth Music Competition has been won by the German baritone Samuel Hasselhorn. One of the two Belgian finalists, Marianne Croux, took home the public’s prize.
The Royal Museum of Art and History in the Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels has been treated to a complete overhaul, with a new name, logo, website and exhibition strategy.
The REVLT! Expo is open to the public Mondays to Sundays from the 10th of May to the 10th of June at the Vanderborght Building, 50 Rue de l’Ecuyer, in Brussels, between noon and 7 p.m.  It is part of this year’s cultural programming of the City of Brussels under…
Maurane, the Brussels-born singer popular in French-speaking Belgium and France, has died at the age of 57.
In the pre-Twitter world, posters were an essential tool of communication – to put across anti-establishment messages in a bright and bold way.
Brussels’ newest contemporary art museum KANAL – Centre Pompidou (following a collaboration between the Belgian capital and Paris’s flagship modern art museum) welcomed 21,716 visitors in its opening weekend, its director Yves Goldstein tweeted proudly yesterday after the centre’s 36-hour non-stop première (Saturday midday to Sunday 6pm).
Seven Belgian beers won awards at the World Beer Cup in the United States.
The Kanal Foundation, Centre Pompidou, Brussels authorities and French Minister of Culture Françoise Nyssen on Friday inaugurated a temporary exposition marking the artistic launch of the Kanal-Centre Pompidou Brussels museum of contemporary art.
The Iris Festival invites Brussels residents and visitors to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the creation of Brussels Region on 5-6 May.