Halles Saint-Gery

1 Place Saint-Géry - 1000 Brussels

Halles Saint-Gery

  • Railway station at 1300 m
General

General

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Two minutes walk from the Bourse (Stock Exchange), an outstanding classfied building waits to welcome you. Learn about the history of Brussels and its heritage through numerous exhibitions which are continually changing. End your visit with a delicious drink or meal at our restaurant!
Practical information

Practical information

Information for individuals

  • Opening times
    All year round, every day: 10.00 - 23.00 (the exhibitions: 10.00 - 18.00) • Closed on 25/12 and 01/01
  • Price
    Free entry
  • Guided tour

    EN, FR, NL, DE by appointment only

  • Tour length

    1 hr

Information for groups

  • Price
    Free entry
  • Information
    • Cafeteria • Can be hired for events
Map

Itinerary

  • 200 metres from the Bourse, in the city centre
Events

Events

  • 2017
    Dec
    09
    2017
    Dec
    30
    NOVAXX- First Edition - Women & Innovation
    NOVAXX- First Edition - Women & Innovation

    The FIRST EDITION of NOVA XX includes an exhibition of 9 installations by artists from Brussels and elsewhere in Europe, as well as a presentation of 7 Brussels Start-ups, and four presentations on different themes. In total, the festival will showcase the work of some 16 female geniuses. 16 entrepreneurs at the top of their respective hybrid fields of expertise. From art to startups, the works presented during the forum will all pay testament to the participants’ unique research process and desire to innovate. History and our collective memory often only include a limited number stories about women or references to them. Our individual and collective identities are established and constructed based on accepted models, so we have to ask which famous female role models we should adopt. Female creatives are still mostly on the margins of sectors linked to innovation, and they are hugely undervalued. Science and technology, and related sectors, often prove to be Old Boys Schools. There is no conspiracy behind all this, but rather it is the effect of the reproduction of a system of inequality

  • 2017
    Dec
    11
    2017
    Dec
    11
    « For a Copernican Revolution - The Art of Transgression »
    « For a Copernican Revolution - The Art of Transgression »

    Theme : the exit of corporations, and crossing borders. Transdisciplinarity: how the meeting between the latest technologies, the world of science and artistic creation can invent new and promising work. How to contribute to the creation of new partnerships between these players in these complementary fields. A forum dedicated to innovation by women in technology, science and art at the dawn of the fourth industrial re-volution / 4.0. The first edition of NOVA XX will happen in Brussels from 9th to 30th December 2017. The main events include an exhibition of 9 installations by artists from Brussels and elsewhere in Europe, as well as a presentation of 7 Brussels Start-ups, and four presentations on different themes. In total, the festival will showcase the work of some 16 female geniuses at the top of their respective hybrid fields of expertise. From art to start-ups, the works presented during the forum will all pay testament to the participants’ unique research process and desire to innovate. History and our collective memory often only include a limited number stories about women or references to them. Our individu-al and collective identities are established and constructed based on accepted models, so we have to ask which famous female role models we should adopt. Female creatives are still mostly on the margins of sectors linked to innovation, and they are hugely under-valued. Sci-ence and technology, and related sectors, often prove to be Old Boys Schools. There is no conspiracy behind all this, but rather it is the effect of the reproduction of a system of inequality. A forum dedicated to innovation by women in technology, science and art at the dawn of the fourth industrial re-volution / 4.0 ------

  • 2017
    Dec
    13
    2017
    Dec
    13
    The Fourth Industrial Revolution - For a Brave New World
    The Fourth Industrial Revolution - For a Brave New World
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    Theme : What does the notion of 4.0 imply, what does it mean? How the question of gender arises in the light of this industrial revolution. The challenges and oppor-tunities related to these questions will be presented by examples of incomparable professional initiatives. A forum dedicated to innovation by women in technology, science and art at the dawn of the fourth industrial re-volution / 4.0. The first edition of NOVA XX will happen in Brussels from 9th to 30th December 2017. The main events include an exhibition of 9 installations by artists from Brussels and elsewhere in Europe, as well as a presentation of 7 Brussels Start-ups, and four presentations on different themes. In total, the festival will showcase the work of some 16 female geniuses at the top of their respective hybrid fields of expertise. From art to start-ups, the works presented during the forum will all pay testament to the participants’ unique research process and desire to innovate. History and our collective memory often only include a limited number stories about women or references to them. Our individu-al and collective identities are established and constructed based on accepted models, so we have to ask which famous female role models we should adopt. Female creatives are still mostly on the margins of sectors linked to innovation, and they are hugely under-valued. Sci-ence and technology, and related sectors, often prove to be Old Boys Schools. There is no conspiracy behind all this, but rather it is the effect of the reproduction of a system of inequality.