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Open on Mondays 24 and 31 October!
To coincide with the school holidays in Belgium, our museum will be exceptionally open on Monday 24 and 31 October. This will be an opportunity for the whole family to come and discover our 5…
Comics @ the museum
How can comics help to make a museum visit more attractive and/or insightful? How did the Louvre Museum, the Jüdisches Museum in Berlin and Musée de l'Homme in Paris tackle this question? And…
Sharpen your pencils!
In every corner of the museum, comic strip authors are waiting to challenge you! Short drawing challenges help you to immerse yourself in the Comic Strip Museum under the guidance of a professional…
Covid Safe Ticket
The Comics Art Museum is accessible only upon presentation of a valid Covid Safe Ticket (CST) from 16 years of age on. It is mandatory to wear a face mask from 6 years of age on in the entire…
Museum Night Fever
At last! Museum Night Fever is back with a bang! 23rd October promises to be an evening of new beginnings like never before! Our museum is joining forces with a team of young comic book artists…
Visitor's experience in augmented reality
Hunting for heroes of Belgian comic strip art, discovering invisible stages in the making of a work of comic strip art, immerse yourself in secret places full and finally, listen to the confessions…
Discover the comic strip murals with a guide!
On Sunday 25th of July you can participate in a guided tour of Brussels world famous comic strip murals ! Discover a selection of colorful, poetic and surprising murals in the Brussels city center…
Every Thursday between 29th of July and 26th of August, visitors can enjoy a visit of the exhibitions in a classical musical atmosphere. Every week, from noon till 2 pm, a different soloist lets…
Brusselsmuseums nocturnes: live creation of a comics fanzine!
For the first time the Comics Art Museum will participate in the Brusselsmuseums evening openings ! Enjoy a reduced price and meet with comic artists at work on Thursday 6th of May from 5 till 10…
Free museums for students!
The Comic Art Museum is open on Saturday for a special evening opening for students, thanks to a partnership with the City of Brussels. Students can visit the museum for free on Saturday upon…
Offer a visit of the museum
After a year when cultural life was at its lowest, you may now want to treasure your outings twice as much. So what better gift than a day of cultural immersion? Offer a gift voucher now that your…
The Comics Art Museum, in partnership with the Fondation Roi Baudouin, offers you the opportunity to contribute financially to an ambitious exhibition project, "United Comics of Belgium", which is…
Welcome to "Comic Art Europe" !
We are pleased to announce our participation in the « Comic Art Europe Project » for the next 3 years ! Four European organisations, each from a different country and representative of the comic…
Musical evening opening
On October 22nd the Comics Art Museum will open from 6 till 9 pm for a musical evening with Flemish artist Jeroen Janssen, who is not only anot only a graphic novelist, he is also an amateur violin…
Temporary closure of the Comics Art Museum
The Comics Art Museum follows the recommendations of the National Security Council to limit the spreading of the Covid-19 virus. The museum will be closed from Saturday 14th of March on, until…
Workshop "Portraits of Heroines"
What's a heroine ? What women have had an influence on the history of comics? Why are they so little known compared to their male colleagues? We invite you to participate in a workshop where we…
The museum is open during the Bank Holiday !
A nice occasion to discover our exhibitions !
03/03: Museum Night Fever!
On 3 March, the former Waucquez warehouses will yet again open their doors for textile art. This year, we present you animations about... bandana ! It is, of course, the accessory of cowboys…
Renovation work in the Brasserie
To serve you better the Brasserie of the Museum will be closed from 08 till 22 January. See you at the end of the month !
a combiticket with the MIMA
Until December the 31st, the new but already famous MIMA Museum hosts an exhibition called Art is Comic. As our own exhibition The new Wave of Flemish Comic Strip, it forecast creativity and…
Lecture : les Droits de l'Homme
On the occasion of our Gallery exhibition dedicated to a book about the Declaration of Human Rights, we organise a meet & greet with the two authors followed by a signing session. Entrance to the…
Movie screening at the Museum
Book your place for the screening of Miss Hokusai (JAP sbt ENG), followed by a speech of its director Mr Keiichi Hara. On the 27 of September, from 6pm. Booking at firstname.lastname@example.org. In…
Comic Strip Festival : We are in !
This weekend, the Parc Royal hosts the Comic Strip Festival... But the Festival invests the entire city !Take the Mini Train with the BD Pass and visit us, as well as many other comic strip places.…
25/06 : First Brussels Smurfs Day !
Very often Smurf fans all over the world will gather to dress up as Smurfs together. They will run a marathon in Smurf style, organise a flashmob with Smurf dances and have a lot of fun together.…
Saturday 5th of March, Museum Night Fever is taking the floor!
And, as every other year, the Comics Art Museum is part of this thrilling adventure, where Brussels' Museums give young artists the opportunity to program shows and activities for Brussel's Night…
Workshop for Comic Creators
Following the succes of the last two years, the Comic Museum re-organizes a Workshop for Comic Creators. This yearly event offers young creators an opportunity to meet publishers. It will take…
Brasserie Horta closed from 18th to 31st of January
In order to serve you even better in the future, Brasserie Horta will be closed for renovation between the 18th and the 31st of January.
Museum closed this 20th-21st of November
Following the security recommendations for the Brussels Capital Region the Comics Art Museum will be closed for the public this weekend.
Tribute to Charlie Hebdo
In tribute to the attack in Paris, we are casting in the hall of the museum a selection of cartoons done in reactionto this sad event. www.youtube.com/watch?v=za_PuipaXw8
BCSC open on Mondays!
From the 12th of Januray, the museum will be one of the rare museums in Brussels to be open on Mondays! That way, we'll be more available not only for citytrippers, who often stay longer than a…
4th and 5th of October : celebration weekend!
On the 4th and 5th October, the Comic Strip Museum will celebrate its 25th birthday! We'll propose you a full weekend program with concerts, participative games, story-tellers, guides, and many…
The tours "The favourites of our specialists"
On the 11th of May, at the occasion of our 25th Anniversary, the session of guided tours by eminent members of BCSC will start. An unique opportunity to discover the museum with a guide as an…
Vote for your favorite museum!
Time has come to vote for the Museum Price!Vote for your favorite museum (the BCSC for example) on the following website: http://www.museumprijs.be/publieksprijs-2013Brussels' museums are on the…
Guided tour of the exhibition Brussels in Short
Thanks to Passa Porta Festival, the authors of the comic strips of the exhibition Brussels in Short will be present on Sunday the 24th to present you their works.Between 1 and 1.30pm, Stedho, Eva…
The great temporary exhibitions (9)
There comes a day when a comic strip reader is so struck by the cover image of an album that he sees it as part and parcel of the album illustrations. When that happens it’s for life. Cover art…
Asterix in Belgium
One fine day, at the height of their career, Goscinny and Uderzo decided to tell the story of the adventures of Asterix among the Belgians, after already putting him through some laugh-out-loud…
The New Wave of Flemish Comic Strip
This new generation of authors born to a region renowned for the immense popularity of its family comic strips is inspired by far-away horizons rather than by local material. Despite their artistic…
Inside the head of Charel Cambré
Welcome to the mind of Charel Cambré, winner of the 2020 Bronzen Adhemar and known for comic book series such as Amoras,Spirou, Jump, Filip & Mathilde, Pinanti United, Spike and…
The rise of Korean comics
From the first cartoons published in the press to the most recent webtoons, through popular characters and major series, The Rise of Korean comics invites visitors to discover the dynamics and…
Blake & Mortimer
The exhibition "The Secret of the Swordfish" aims to provide the public with the keys to understanding this seminal work in its own time, while highlighting its astonishing topicality.
George van Raemdonck
In Belgium, it was Hergé who first introduced comic strip art as we know it in 1929. However, prior to this, an Antwerp-born comic strip artist had already dreamed up the adventures of two special…
Comics at the Louvre
The exhibition Comics at the Louvre, presented by the Comics Art Museum, invites visitors to rediscover the Louvre through the works of twenty reknown comic strip artists. In focusing on each…
Marc Sleen 100. Nero 75.
Marc Sleen created the drawings for 217 Nero comic books. This is just one series but it includes so many comic books. He achieved a world record which is officially recognised in the Guinness Book…
HYVER 1709 – Deel 1
Peter Van Dongens’ crystal-clear style combined with his meticulous historical research are just the perfect combination for bringing long bygone times back to life. The graphic novel Rampokan is…
Seules à Berlin [Alone in Berlin]
Inspired by two witness accounts, Nicolas Juncker’s new album tells a compelling story. As can be seen from the selection of original artwork, the author uses pencil, wash drawing and charcoal to…
Perspective(s) on the world
Back in 2005 Futuropolis began publishing albums which viewed the world with a sense of an engagement. Comics ventured into territories hitherto little explored. Reports, inquiries, history books,…
“Certainly not just another trophy to gather dust on the mantelpiece...” Raymond Leblanc, founder of Tintin magazine and Belvision studios, has given a break to several generations of leading…
Leconte fait son cinéma
The name of Patrice Leconte evokes a number of outstanding films, whose fame testifies to their success. For several months, two comic book authors accompanied him on his projects, taking note of…
CAN for BALKANS
Comics sometimes tend to stereotype the Balkan countries and the people who live there. The exhibition "Can for Balkans" aims to lift the veil on these stereotypes, but also on the history of the…
Draw for change !
In the summer of 2023, the Comic Art Museum is welcoming a very special project: "Draw for Change". The exhibition presents the work of six female artists - press cartoonists - from six different…