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Several thousand people took part in some 500 protest actions around Belgium on Saturday to show their support for the country's culture sector during the coronavirus shutdown.

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A campaign to collect funds for Brussels' fire-damaged centre for fine arts, Bozar, has succeeded in raising €30,000 in just a week.

Federal Minister of Cultural Institutions Sophie Wilmes pictured during a visit to the Bozar Centre for Fine Arts, in Brussels. (BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ)
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In an open letter to minister Sophie Wilmès, more than 170 Bozar employees and artists have asked for the process for appointing the Centre for Fine Arts’ new CEO to be reviewed.

Dino World - Brussels Expo
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Opening in time for the half-term school holiday later this month, the fun and educational family exhibition Dino World presents 60 animated and life-size din

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Artists, curators and activists have taken to the airwaves at Kanal Centre Pompidou, which is running a new radio platform called Studio K for the next four weeks – and possibly beyond.

Belgian comic duo Les Freres Taloches (Bruno, left, Vincent, right) perform at the Cirque Royal, Brussels (BELGA PHOTO MATHIEU CAPOEN)
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The coronavirus pandemic has had a strong, detrimental impact on Belgium’s cultural sector.

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Flanders is providing €800,000 in support for Dutch-language organisations in Brussels, to help them survive the coronavirus.

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Urban art continues to spring up, brightening darker corners of the capital.

Gaufres & Waffles chalet Bois de la Cambre
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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.

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