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Just ask one of the multilingual attendants at the Centre for Fine Arts. These ‘art whisperers’ will have the answer and will happily tell you more about the background of the exhibition, the life of the artist or the broader context of the exhibits. They will also help with practical matters and it is their job to check tickets, maintain order in the building, run the cloakroom and distribute audio guides. You will recognize the art whisperers by their yellow badge.


  • Collection of wind instruments

    On 26 September, 1 October, and 10 October 2020, the Music Fund, a Belgian humanitarian organisation that supports music schools and socio-artistic projects, will organise a major collection of wind instruments in partnership with BOZAR. The instruments will go to brass bands and music schools in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Haiti.

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    Download the visitor’s guides on our application

    The autumn exhibitions will open their doors soon, and our visitor’s guides will be available digitally.

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  • Open Call Artistic Residency

    Words matter. Words reflect our world but also shape it. Language includes some and excludes others. BOZAR takes part in Smashing Wor(l)ds: Cultural Practices for re/Imagining & un/Learning Vocabularies, an ambitious European project that explores vocabularies, languages, and narratives of resistance in order to build new forms of expressions.

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