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Rue Ravenstein will get a new asphalt surface, which means the entire street (from Brussels Central Station to the Place Royale) will be closed to traffic.

STIB/MIVB busses will also be diverted. Pedestrians will be able to cross the street between Galerie Ravenstein and the Centre for Fine Arts. BOZAR will stay open and accessible throughout.

Roadworks will start on Wednesday 29 may after 11 p.m. (so after the concert of La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra). The street should reopen to traffic on Saturday 1 June.


  • Artists in Residence. Artists in Architecture

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  • © Caroline Lessire

    Belgian Red Devil player visits BOZAR

    Last May, Belgian Red Devil player and experienced Paris Saint-Germain defender Thomas Meunier paid a visit to BOZAR. This was an opportunity for the star footballer to strengthen his cultural links. 

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  • Project Alias, Bjørn Karmann & Tore Knudsen

    The STARTS Prize goes to the innovation office “300.000 Km/s” and the designers Bjørn Karmann and Tore Knudsen

    STARTS stands for Science, Technology, and Arts and is an initiative of the European Commission to promote cooperation between science, technology, and the arts. Part of the STARTS Initiative is the prestigious STARTS Prize, which is awarded annually by Ars Electronica from Linz, BOZAR and Waag Society.

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