In honour of School Day, BOZAR is throwing the doors of the Centre for Fine Arts wide open to welcome your students. The rooms for the exhibition Roger Raveel. A Retrospective will be accessible only to your group while you enjoy an interactive visit. Through a series of different thematic chapters, the exhibition explores Raveel’s long artistic development as one of the most important Belgian painters in the second half of the 20th century, who created his very own unique and remarkable visual language.
Primary school pupils can explore the artist’s abstract and colourful universe through stories and creative sensory activities. The discoveries they make during their visit to the exhibition will inspire them to create their own works and help them express their feelings through art.
Secondary school pupils and students can enjoy an interactive tour focussing on their personal experience. A passionate guide encourages them to analyse images, think critically and shape arguments through group conversations around figurative and abstract art, and around the relationship between the artist and their environment.