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MUSEUM AT HOME VII - 25 & 26.06.2022

CALL TO THE RESIDENTS OF MALIBRAN-BLYCKAERTS NEIGHBOURHOOD

On 25 and 26 June 2022, 10 residents of the Malibran-Blyckaerts neighbourhood will present a work of art in their homes, chosen from the collections of the Ixelles Museum.
Do you live in this area and would like to host a work in your home?
Contact the Ixelles Museum: 02/515 64 21 - musee@ixelles.brussels
 
LIST OF STREETS CONCERNED BY THE EDITION VII :
 
Rue du Viaduc 131 > 133
Rue du Trône 220 > 236
Place Raymond Blyckaerts 1 > 10 ; 15
Rue Malibran 2 > 122
Rue du Sceptre 1 > 19
Rue Sans-Souci 
130 > 142 ; 139 > 159  
Rue Kerckx 2 > 50
Avenue de la Couronne 1 > 40 ;
 5 > 25
Rue Wéry 2 > 50 ; 1 > 27
Rue Marie-Henriette 2 > 36 ; 1 > 27
Rue Clémentine 2 > 20 ; 1 > 23
 

ART EXPLORA AWARD - ACADÉMIE DES BEAUX-ARTS OF PARIS

The Musée comme chez soi project has been very successful with the public and the press. It has also received widespread acclaim from cultural observers and critics. It received the 2019 aKCess award from Prométhéa, as well as the award for innovative cultural practice in Belgium in 2018 from Ligue des Usagers culturels (L.U.C.).

The Museum as Home project has been a great success with the public and the press. It has also been well received by cultural observers and critics. It has been awarded the Prométhéa aKCess Prize 2019 and the ICOM CECA Best Practice Award. 
 
As a candidate in 2021 for the Art Explora Award - Académie des beaux-arts (France) in the category "Institutions receiving less than 100,000 visitors per year" with this project, the Musée d'Ixelles had the great pride of being one of the three winners designated by a prestigious jury of experts, alongside the Monnaie de Paris (category 2: between 100,000 and 500,000 visitors/year) and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London (category 3: more than 500,000 visitors/year) The Louvre-Lens Museum was awarded the Public Prize. 
 
Discover here the video presenting the different winners of the Art Explora 2021 Prize.
 

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Museum at home is a project of the Ixelles Museum and Patrimoine à roulettes
 
On the initiative of Christos Doulkeridis, Mayor,
Ken Ndiaye, Alderman for Culture,
Nevruz Unal, Alderman for Urban Renewal - Neighbourhood Contracts
and members of the College of Mayors and Aldermen of Ixelles
 
This project is made possible thanks to the support of
the Art Explora Prize - Académie des beaux-arts (France),
the Commune of Ixelles and its City Policy programme
(call for projects "MatonGray"), the Brussels-Capital Region, Visit Brussels
and the non-profit association Les Amis du Musée d'Ixelles
 

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