Picture an engineer, a scientist or a doctor. What’s the first image that pops into your mind? Is it a man or a woman? If you see the former every time, you’re not alone.
Spread over three days, the second edition of the Brussels Electronic Marathon will offer more than 60 events at 33 venues by 60 music collectives comprising 229 artists.
Taking its title from British artist John Berger’s seminal essay, the Boghossian Foundation’s new exhibition Ways of Seeing explores how art can change people’s perception of the world.
"Great progress" is being made to bridge the gap between Brussels' regional authorities and the many international organisations and individuals that call Brussels home, according to the first Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations (CEIO), Alain Hutchinson.
A new book aims to promote more gender-inclusive organisations and inspire a new generation of female leaders, by focusing on 14 successful women who have "made it" in Brussels fields ranging from politics and law to journalism and technology.
Every two years Belgium hosts a jewel of a festival, Europalia, each edition focusing on a particular country. This season’s offering runs until 21 January.