During the lockdown, Brussels Museums launched the #MuseumAtHome campaign via its social networks, encouraging museums & art centers to continue to share their treasures online.

CENTRALE for contemporary art has keenly participated and keeps doing it through #CentraleFromHome.

We invite you to follow us on all our networks and look forward to seeing you all in September.
👉 Find us on Instagram, Facebook and Vimeo


Artists’ studios
Meet the artists who exhibited at CENTRALE in their studios and discover their worlds, their projects and their feelings during the lockdown.
Discover their videos on Facebook & Instagram.


Confinement diary
The French-Chinese artist duo Benoit+Bo documented the lockdown with photograph of the every day life in Brussels, wearing gigantic Happy Heads. Follow their confinement diary and take part in their new world map project by sending them your words here!
In partnership with the BLC festival.


A postcard from Xavier Noiret-Thomé
Enter Xavier Noiret-Thomé’s studio. The exhibition of this visual artist, together with the sculptor Henk Visch, Panorama, will open in September at CENTRALE.
Check his work on Facebook & Instagram.


A project of digital mediation was germinating at CENTRALE. With the confinement we are accelerating the process.
Here we come with its first blossoms for you to enjoy!
Discover artist Marion Fabien’s digital tutorials HERE!


What are you thinking about ?
Stephane Roy‘s installation The Mental Network remained active during the lockdown: everyday your thoughts were published on our Instagram account.


Artists’ interviews
Find all of our artists’ interviews on Vimeo.


“Travelling inside my room”
Travel in your own room with artist Françoise Schein!
Confirmed visual artist Françoise Schein – well known at CENTRALE for her participative project “Le Grand BanKet” – is joining forces with 5 of her students from ESAM-C2. Together, they are offering us new workshops: “Travelling inside my room” or how to reproduce your room in miniature.
Find all CENTRALE’s online workshops here.


In June, CENTRALE offers a carte blanche to the students of the Master en Pratiques de l’exposition CARE of the Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles – École supérieure des Arts (ArBa-EsA). The Master invites to reflect on and explore the plural practices (or practices in the plural) of the exhibition. CARE has a privileged partnership with CENTRALE where the students are in residence.
Discover their posts on Facebook & Instagram.


A new project initiated by CENTRALE, presenting Brussels-based emerging artists, in partnership with Brussels Art Schools.
More info