The restoration of the world-famous self-portrait of Peter Paul Rubens is complete and the painting can again be admired at the Rubenshuis museum, the painter’s former home and workplace, in Antwerp.
Photographers Jonas Roosens and Jasper Jacobs have won the 2018 Nikon Press Photo Awards with photographs featuring two strong women, Angela Merkel and Nafissatou Thiam.
It was possibly the smallest concert ever given. It was just me on a chair and two musicians inside a glass box measuring 15 square metres.
The tax shelter being extended to performing arts has made the Frensh speaking community almost 9 million euro richer, in just a year.

Tomorrowland launches Alpine edition

Saturday, 10 March 2018 14:10
After several editions in Brazil and America, the popular dance festival, Tomorrowland, will organise a winter edition called “Tomorrowland Winter” in Alpe d'Huez from 13-15 March 2019. The party goers will be able to ski during the day and dance in the evening.
For a city of one million people, Brussels has some rich cultural offerings. Some events are held in small venues that slip below the radar, but others take over the entire city, like the annual Klarafestival.
The Brussels Card has added Train World and the Jewish Museum to its coverage, bringing the number of sites to which it grants free access to 39, the Council of Museums announced on Wednesday in a press release.

Ars Viva 2018 at Ghent's S.M.A.K.

Wednesday, 07 March 2018 16:21
Ghent's contemporary art museum, the S.M.A.K., is hosting this year's European outing for Ars Viva, one of Germany's most prestigious prizes for promising artists.
For the 11th year in a row, Museum Night Fever will be offering the public the chance to discover Brussels museums by night.
For five years now, the Salon du Chocolat of Brussels has been “the” not to be missed gourmet event.