Who we are
The Centre for Fine Arts is a limited company of public law with a social purpose. Find out about its legal status and how it operates.
Bozar is a result of constantly evolving collaborations developed through contributions, support, and trust.
Bozar ensures its financial equilibrium thanks to public subsidies, partnerships, philanthropic donations and income from sales and rentals.
Get an overview of the most important aspects of Bozar's artistic and cultural season with the help of our annual reports.
Discover the history of the Brussels Centre for Fine Arts, a major cultural venue and architectural masterpiece by Victor Horta, open since 1928.
The design and construction of the Centre for Fine Arts were a challenge for Belgian architecture in the early 20th century.
Bozar, the Centre for Fine Arts’ cultural project, offers a dynamic and diversified cultural programme of concerts and exhibitions: a multidisciplinary approach in which debates, theatre, cinema, literature and other disciplines meet to reflect on the connections between art and society.
A multidisciplinary project
An intersectoral project
The Centre for Fine Arts aims to be a European cultural centre, anchored in the 21st century, with a novel and innovative view of society, a laboratory of ideas attuned to society’s current and future challenges. In the coming decade, Bozar aims to embody change, and contribute to seven major and evolving societal challenges.