21-03-24 | ESFRI-FED
SHARE, the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe, is a research infrastructure for studying the effects of health, social, economic and environmental policies over the life-course of European citizens and beyond. Within this framework, the Belgian SHARE team affiliated with the University of Liège and the University of Antwerp warmly invites you to the SHARE Symposium in Brussels on the 21st of March 2024
06-05-24 | Brain-be 2.0
On Monday the 6th of May 2024 in the afternoon, the SEAD consortium organises a concluding symposium as the culmination of four years of research on digitalisation in the Belgian labour market and the associated opportunities and threats for sustainable work.
The main findings of the project will be presented and the research team will engage in a debate with stakeholders and the audience on topics such as changing occupations, work intensification and the platform economy. A detailed programme will be communicated in the coming weeks.
Make sure not to miss this event and register.
When? 6th of May 2024 (12h until 16h30, including lunch)
Where? U-Residence, VUB campus, Brussels
Who? Everyone interested in the effects of digitalisation on employment, job quality and labour market (outcomes)
What? Presentation of key findings from the SEAD project + a panel discussion on related policy-relevant topics
till 14-04-24 | Royal Museums for Art and History
This retrospective aims to provide a deeper insight in Hoffmann’s ideals and their evolution.
In October 1955, Viennese architect and designer Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956) travelled to Brussels on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Stoclet House, the project that came to be known as a “palace” and shaped his life and career. The enduring myth surrounding this building as well as the particular product culture that emerged from the craftsmanship of the Wiener Werkstätte (Viennese workshops), has dominated the approaches to his practice to this day. The exhibition wishes to offer a broader perspective by presenting Hoffmann’s artistry, for the first time in Belgium, as it develops through six decades of production.
till 02-06-24 | KBR
Ensor and Ostend. They are inextricably linked. But did you know that Brussels played a crucial role in how Ensor developed as an artist too? In the exhibition “James Ensor. Inspired by Brussels”, you will discover how the city helped to shape Ensor’s quirky and characteristic visual language. From 22 February 2024 till 2 June 2024, dive into the imaginary world of one of the greatest Belgian artists. Discover paintings and graphical work in a place where Ensor was often to be found during his Brussels years: the Palace of Charles of Lorraine. This exhibition is a collaboration by KBR and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and displays well-known works on canvas, as well as hidden treasures on paper.
Till 21-07-24 | Royal Museums of Fine Arts
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are inaugurating IMAGINE!, an extraordinary international touring exhibition conceived in close collaboration with the Centre Pompidou (Paris).
An immersion in surrealist poetry, dream, the labyrinth, metamorphosis, the unknown and the subconscious, led by the great names of surrealists, from Max Ernst to Giorgio de Chirico, , not forgetting Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Jane Graverol, Dorothea Tanning, Man Ray, Leonor Fini, etc.
till 25-08-24 | Museum of Natural Sciences
Smilodon, Paraceratherium, Megatherium… They all roamed the earth after the dinosaurs. Do you know about them?
66 million years ago, an asteroid impact caused the extinction of a vast number of animal species like dinosaurs, plesiosaurs and mosasaurs. Providing an opportunity for a few small animals that had until then lived in the shadow of the giants! They diversified, and some grew in size, sometimes even to gigantic proportions.
GIANTS will take you on a journey back in time, from the Paleogene to the Quaternary. Meet eleven animals of spectacular proportions such as Otodus megalodon, the most powerful shark to ever have lived, and Gigantopithecus blacki, the Asian monkey as big as three orang-utans.
till 29-09-24 | AFRICAMUSEUM
How do we trace the origins of collections? How do we view such origins today? And what should become of these collections, within and beyond the museum’s walls?
ReThinking Collections is a new temporary exhibition on provenance research. Most of the collections in the AfricaMuseum were acquired during the colonial era, in what is now the DR Congo. Provenance research and the related matter of restitution are attracting more attention in current social and political debate.
The exhibition shows the sometimes complex realities of provenance research. It presents varied and occasionally surprising collections, without sidestepping questions related to this contested heritage. The museum also explores new perspectives and future approaches to colonial collections.
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
The RMFAB invite themselves into your home and help you escape the isolation! Discover here, alone or with the whole family, everything you need for a virtual journey through art history.
> Fine Arts at Home
Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage
KIK-IRPA offers you the opportunity to discover all the works of Jan Van Eyck in high resolution, as well as a collection of more than 700,000 photos of Belgium's cultural heritage in free access.
> BALaT, our online database
> Discover the œuvre of Jan Van Eyck online
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
If you can’t come to our Museum anymore during this lockdown (light), we have to bring the Museum to your living room!
Museum of Musical Instruments (MIM)
Take a look and discover the richness we would like to share with you from behind your screen
> A virtual visit to the MIM
The importance of digitising museum collections became even more apparent during the closure of museums due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
> Museum collections in 2D+ and 3D
Cast your eyes over a series of 27 collections on various themes relating to history and cultural anthropology.
> Spotlight on the collections
Join us as we walk around the labs, offices and archives of the Royal Museum for Central Africa to meet the scientists who work here.
> AfricaMuseum Podcast
DIGIT the Digitization Programme of the Belgian Science Policy
Preserving Belgium's rich cultural and scientific heritage and disclosing those valuable assets for researchers and the general public is important.
> Explore the Collections