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Perfectly timed for the magical combination of long weekends and sunny weather, Gaufres & Waffles opened a new takeaway chalet in Bois de la Cambre on 21 May.
A way of giving money directly to artists and other creative people struggling because of the coronavirus crisis has been set up by the artist support network State of the Arts.
It was easy to miss in all those cancellation announcements, but for Nuit Blanche it’s not about the coronavirus; it’s gone for good.
The Atomium is joining the commemorations for the 450th anniversary of the death of Renaissance painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder, with a new show opening this weekend entitled Bruegel: A Poetic Ex
Europalia Romania opens this autumn with a double celebration.
The government of Flanders is working on a new loan scheme that allows residents to borrow €500 to €7,000 to buy works by contemporary artists. The loans are interest-free.
“To communicate, sometimes we just need to play.” It’s a statement that is as literal as it is intuitive.
Twenty women have accused Flemish artist Jan Fabre (pictured) of sexual harassment in an open letter that was published on the culture website Rekto Verso on Wednesday evening.