The school holidays offer your children plenty of free time to occupy as best as possible. We offer you a range of creative and fun activities for you and your family to enjoy at home. Rediscover some of our most popular digital content from 2020, but especially some new activities from Big Bang and Filem'On. Just a few ideas to satisfy your curious mind.
1. Dive into a poetic and offbeat musical universe with BIG BANG
BIG BANG is a celebration of adventurous music and art for young ears that takes place every year at BOZAR. As we are unable to welcome you in our halls, we offer you the opportunity to (re)discover three concerts that were highly appreciated in previous editions: 3ACH, Slumberland and Thelonious.
2. Learn how to beatbox
FootboxG (Urban Center Brussels), Belgian beatbox champion in 2018 and 2019, will introduce you to beatbox in a playful and imaginative way. Beatboxing consists of vocally imitating a drum machine, scratches and many instruments (mainly percussion). Rediscover the workshop given by this world-class beatboxer during the last edition of Singing Brussels Celebration.
3. With Filem'on, take part in a film festival from your living room.
After its cancellation, the Filem'On film festival reinvents itself by developing an alternative online offer. BOZAR collaborates with the festival to offer you a selection of irresistible films for the whole family. There is also a series of films available for online rental on the Sooner platform until 7 November.
4. Try our Keith Haring activity sheets
Following the success of these activities when they were first published, we invite you and your children to plunge once again into the fascinating world of Keith Haring! 4 fun activities inspired by the famous New York artist of the eighties are available on this page.
5. Visit our exhibitions virtually in 3D
Thanks to the 3D scans, you can immerse yourself in our autumn expos from home. Pay a virtual visit to the exhibitions HOTEL BEETHOVEN, Philippe Vandenberg. Molenbeek, Danser brut, STARTS Prize '20 and Gallery of Futures on this page. Below, the exhibition Philippe Vandenberg. Molenbeek shows you the drawings and assemblages of Philippe Vandenberg's Brussels period, exposing oppression and fundamentalism. Be inspired by his satirical but colourful universe!