“Kids, we’re moving to ______.”

Sunday, 28 February 2016 15:29
The gut-wrenching announcement that would become an expected, although, mostly unwelcome, part of my childhood. What I had to look forward to: a new house, new school, new friends.
Forêts (luxuriants affolements) is an exhibition of the work of 18 young artists, connected by the theme of the forest. All the artists featured have a strong connection to Brussels, either as a place of origin, study or work.
180,000 miles. 196 countries. Four final performances. The Globe's unprecedented world Hamlet tour is arriving to Brussels on Thursday 11 February, marking 400 years since Shakespeare's death.
The Belgian documentary “Before we go” by Jorge León received the award for "Restoration of Contemporary Work" at the Poitiers Work Film Festival.
On Saturday, the Tomorrowland electro festival in Boom sold out of the Belgian tickets in 40 minutes.

Atomium opens Art and Design Museum

Thursday, 28 January 2016 17:22
The ADAM, the Art & Design Atomium Museum, initiated by the Atomium and its department for Exhibitions, has opened its doors at a stone’s throw from the symbol of Expo 58.
Dusart works with several different techniques and media and this very first exhibition offers a rather broad view on the artist’s work from 2014 to 2016.
The 2015 Belgian Architecture Prize was awarded to “Gate 15”, a student housing and community centre project in Antwerp, designed by architectural practice BOB361, revealed organisers of the eleventh edition of the ceremony.
The second part of an auction focussing on comic strips was organised jointly and simultaneously in Paris and Brussels on Sunday and raised a total of 738,000 euros.
Belgian films “Keeper” by Guillaume Senez and “Insoumise” by Jawad Rhalib received the Special Jury prize during the 15th Marrakech International Film Festival (FILM).