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The BPS22 gets in tune with children and their parents so that together they combine discoveries, creativity and pleasure from playful visits and workshops.
In the course of a weekend, you can discover the work of artists, collectives and editors evolving in disciplines ranging from engraving to screen printing.
Why are there so many exhibitions of contemporary art at heritage sites, whether that be castles, Renaissance palaces, military forts or listed natural sites?
During the conference, a speaker will share their knowledge, their thoughts and their activity in a fun and friendly atmosphere. For all from 8 years of age.
This season, Maud Hagelstein, art philosopher and researcher at FNRS/ULiège, brings you on a journey through literature to search for stories about art.
During these conferences, a speaker will share their knowledge, their thoughts and their activity in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Of all the different kinds of modern art, public art is certainly the most controversial.
Former presiding Judge of the District Court of Namur, Christian Panier joins us for the fourth ‘Snack Encounter'.
Since the 19th century, artists have devoted themselves almost exclusively to depicting industrial work and the condition of workers.