How to reach us

Kunstenpunt Office (c) Anne van der Pot

Talk to us! Join us for a morning coffee or call us

Are you an artist or do you work in the arts? Do you have questions about your career?

  • Join us for a morning coffee on Monday and Wednesday from 10-11 AM
  • Call us on Monday between 2 and 5.30 PM on +32 (0)2 274 17 60


Art professionals to flee

Are you a newcomer looking for workspace, job or connections in the arts field? Join our weekly online meeting on Art During Crisis → every Friday at 9 am via Zoom link, language: English.


Contact us

Are you an art professional interested in our programmes or do you have any other question related to the professional arts in Flanders & Brussels?

Flanders Arts Institute is an interface organisation and expertise centre for the arts from Flanders and Brussels. The institute is the contact point for foreign art professionals in search of information on the visual and performing arts and on music in Flanders and Brussels.

International staff members

In case of questions, contact our international staff members directly:

Looking for any other member of staff? See who’s who at Flanders Arts Institute.

Contact details

Visit our headquarters – in the heart of Brussels, Belgium – next to Brussels Central Station

Flanders Arts Institute

Ravensteingalerij 38
1000 Brussels
VAT: BE 0544 715 970

By bicycle

Bicycle parking station at the entrance to the Fine Arts Centre/BOZAR or at Brussels Central Station. City bikes for rent via

By public transport

  • Train: Brussels Central Station
  • Metro: Lines 1 and 5 (Central Station or Park) or Line 2 and 6 (Troon/Trône)
  • Tram: 92 and 93 (Paleizen/Palais)
  • Bus: 38 and 71 (BOZAR)


Find a staff member

Go to this page to find a Flanders Arts Institute staff member and access their contact details. You can search by name or department.

Research & Development

Which areas of focus will determine the future of the arts in Flanders and Brussels? What are the current research projects of Flanders Arts Institute envisioning the development of the arts sector?