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from 11 December 2019 to 19 January 2020

Centre for Fine Arts
Rue Ravensteinstraat 23
1000 Brussels (Belgium)

Free Entrance

Opening hours

Tue - Sun, 10 am - 6 pm
Thu, 10 am - 9 pm
Closed on Monday

​​​​​​​24. & 31.12.2019, 10:00 - 16:00

18.12.2019, Closed
25.12.2019, Closed
01.01.2020, Closed

08.01.2020, Closed from 14:00
14.01.2020, Closed from 16:00


10 January 2020
Rotonde Bertouille

Life is motion - Nicolas Strappini (artist) & Daniel Tirelli (JRC scientist)

14:00                                  Guided Tour of DATAMI installations

14:30-16:00                      Meet the artist and scientist behind: thoughts and inspirations behind the installation which represents an allegory between the genetic information, or, the "datami" of humans, and the particular nodal structure of Chladni plates.


11 January 2020
Rotonde Bertouille

Weather Prediction by Numerical Process – A Forecast for Europe - Lise Autogena & Joshua Portway (artists), Jutta Thielen-del Pozo (JRC scientist) and Florian Pappenberger (ECMWF Director)
14:00                                 Guided Tour of DATAMI installations

14:30-16:00                      Meet the artist and scientist behind: weather forecasting not through computers but through human labour, turning the act of computation into a social action. An alternative way also to understanding the urgency of slow onset crisis.


Free entry to wheelchair users and the person accompanying them.
Upon arrival please go straight to the ticket desk (Rue Ravenstein 16) or the Info desk located in the vestibule of the Centre for Fine Arts (Rue Ravenstein, 23). A member of staff will accompany you to the exhibition by way of the lift. This same person is also available to help (if need be, with the aid of an electric platform) you go up and down the few steps between the different exhibition halls.
There is an accessible toilet for people with a disability. In the foyer take the door to the right of the main staircase. The toilet is at the end of the hallway.
Assistance dogs are admitted as long as they are clearly recognisable.
If required, a wheelchair can be placed at your disposal, upon reservation via the number below.
Disabled parking spaces are available close to the Centre.
Contact: +32 (0)2 507 82 15         

How to get here
By train: Brussels Central Station. www.thetrain.beB-Excursions
By underground: Line 1 - 5, stations Gare centrale/Brussel-Centraal or Parc/Park
By tram: 92 - 94, station Palais/Paleizen
By bus: 27 – 29 – 34 – 38 – 63 – 65 – 66 – 71 – 71N – 95, station Bozar
Car-share :
Cycling :
On this map, you will find all public parking places at 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from the Centre for Fine Arts.
There is a taxi stand in front of Brussels Central Station. Taxis can also be booked at the reception desk.


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