Brussels Art Days develops social projects with the aim of providing access to contemporary art to the widest possible audience.

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Our mission

Art and creativity dedicated to social projects


At Brussels Art Days, we believe that art should be accessible to all and know no boundaries. That’s why we have been developing a program with several associations and social organizations for several years. Through this project, we hope to develop links between different Brussels audiences and to witness the growth of new artistic vocations.
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Our actions

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In collaboration with emerging artists, Brussels Art Days organizes creative workshops that allow young people from associations to learn about contemporary art. These creative moments constitute a first opening on the artistic world and allow to learn artistic techniques in the company of real art professionals.

Guided tours

Guided tours are organized throughout the year for the public of our different partner associations. Visits of galleries, private collections, or artists’ studios are organized in order to allow an opening on the richness of the artistic scene of Brussels.



During the Brussels Gallery Weekend, we want to use our notoriety to put forward the artworks of people from social organizations. To this end, we regularly leave a space at the disposal of these organizations to organize exhibitions of their works during our event.

Our partners

Maison de Jeunes L’Avenir

An active and creative youth that takes its future in hand.



Royal Institute for the Deaf and Blind

Globe Aroma


Artistic meeting place dedicated to creative people and newcomer art lovers

@home18-24 – Petits riens


Men’s shelter focused on education and formation.

Le pont des arts


Company of professional artists visiting children hospitalized in the pediatric wards of Brussels.

Feed the culture


Citizen platform of food distribution for the cultural actors.