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MIGRATIE MUSEUM MIGRATION

HALLES SAINT-GÉRY

CENTRALE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

MOMUSE – MOLENBEEK HISTORY MUSEUM

MIMA – THE MILLENNIUM ICONOCLAST MUSEUM OF ART

MIGRATIE MUSEUM MIGRATION

17 RUE DES ATELIERS 1080 MOLENBEEK-SAINT-JEAN

M 1,5 T 51 B 89

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BEHIND THE SCENES -Behind the Plants of the Museumgarden – Discover the history of the grounds, the old industrial buildings, and the museum’s gardens and plants with the museum’s president and garden architect.

STANDING GUIDES – Local residents of Molenbeek from the Dar Amal non-profit and Foyer des Jeunes tell their migration story next to the museum’s display cases and link it to the migration story of Brussels.

MUSIC – Opya – Opya is a performative project of artists Pauline MIKÓ (BE) and Job WORMS (NL). Wanting to strengthen the relationship between plants, nature and people, the duo performs live in symbiosis with the plants on stage, their electronic set influenced by active listening and improvisation.

This unique museum tells you the story of Brussels’ super-diversity.


This evening, the garden and the grounds of the museum are your playground: history of the site by the president of the museum, journey through the history of plants by the architect of the gardens and performance of the Opya project that mixes plants, body and technology by artists Pauline MIKÓ (BE) and Job WORMS (NL).

Discover the history of the grounds, the old industrial buildings, and the museum’s gardens and plants with Annabelle Van Nieuwenhuyse.