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What to do in Brussels?
Brussels Special Venues has decided to put forward the different cultural events of our members!
In our collection of venues, some locations organise conferences, expos, tours and much more and we want to put this forward. We are therefore launching the « What to do in Brussels? » series on our Instagram and Facebook page.
Our Newsletter will also sum up the different events of the next month.
In February we talked about :
- Our magnificent venue, Maison de la Poste, is organising an art exhibition and are showing paintings from two exceptional artists : Vladimir Moszowski and Jacqueline Devreux. Until May 15, you can visit both exhibitions on weekdays from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
- Our unique location, Bozar is also organzing an exposition. The Henry Van de Velde Awards are the most important design awards in Belgium. On 7 February, the awards were presented in the Henry Le Boeuf Hall. Until 2 April, the exhibition is open to the public free of charge, allowing you to discover the work of the winners in various categories.
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