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  • Discover our world season ’17-’18!

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    Mystery Magnet

    Thursday night saw the last performance in our exhibition Yves Klein. Theatre of the Void.

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  • Miet Warlop at BOZAR

    Emerging Belgian visual artist Miet Warlop will close the Yves Klein exhibition at BOZAR, Brussels, with her highly anticipated performance Mystery Magnet.

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  • Mood Indigo. Shades of blue

    As BOZAR celebrates the work of Yves Klein, the International Trade Centre’s Ethical Fashion Initiative and the European Commission invited Malian textile designer and master indigo dyer Aboubakar Fofana to share his art in Brussels.

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  • Discover our jazz season ’17-’18!

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    Cultural workers for Europe

    On Tuesday 4 and Wednesday 5 April 2017 a number of international artists, curators and cultural workers gathered at the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels to express their concerns about the upcoming populism and authoritarian tendencies in Europe.

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  • Discover the educational program for the season 2017-2018

    In the new cultural season pupils and teachers can once again expect interactive concerts, voyages of discovery, introductions, discussions with musicians, directors and actors, plays for young people and inspiring encounters.

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  • Réorganisation, Chéri Samba, 2002 Huile sur toile. Collection MRAC. Droits réservés.

    Congo Art Works: from Brussels to Moscow

    You no doubt remember that between 7 October 2016 and 22 January 2017 BOZAR and the Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA) had put on this outstanding exhibition devoted to popular painting in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The exhibition brought together portraits, landscapes and canvasses of urban and historical inspiration, which inspired a critical reflection on the social reality of the country. Now the “Garage” is in turn displaying a selection of them.

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  • The new Musica Mundi School

    MUSICA MUNDI, internationally recognised for the high quality of its courses and its chamber music festival for young people, is once again making headlines with the announcement that it will be opening the Musica Mundi School as of September 2018.

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  • Proposal for a new european flag © Christophe Terlinden

    Launch of the call for projects ‘Next Generation, Please!’

    Are you a teacher? Do you work with a group of young people? Are you active within a cultural association? If so, this will certainly interest you! 

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