Kunstenpunt Office (c) Anne van der Pot

International staff members

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

Reachability and accessibility

The Ravenstein Gallery is located between Brussels-Central and the BOZAR museum. Walk down the corridor of the Ravenstein Gallery (away from Brussels-Central station and towards BOZAR) until you come to a rotunda, a round room on the ground floor. In that roundabout, our entrance is the second glass door on the left. If the door is closed, feel free to ring the bell.

Our offices are accessible by wheelchair via Kantersteen (entrance to Ravenstein Gallery).

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)


  • Parking Albertina-Square: Stuiversstraat & Gerechtsplein
  • Grote Markt car park: Grasmarkt 104
  • Zavel-Poelaert car park: Poelaertplein


Flanders Arts Institute aims to be representative and multi-voiced. That’s why we focus on accessible content and events as much as we can.

If you have other specific needs or additional practical questions, do not hesitate to contact us via


Artists, arts professionals, and humanitarian crisis: what to do?

Humanitarian crises usually impact citizens worst of all. Artists and arts professionals, too, are impacted.

Do you want to offer help or discuss plans of relief? Are you a newcomer to Flanders looking for a space to work, discuss, or find connections in the arts field?

Join our weekly online meetings (every Friday 9-10 AM CET) about offering help in times of crisis.