The first edition of Digital Spring in Brussels, inspired by the Montreal edition, will propose many diverse and completely free activities. There’s a concert by the Brussels Philharmonic which performs several compositions generated by artificial intelligence, exhibitions and augmented reality experiences at Kanal-Center Pompidou. Sessions to learn how to code or create your own video game are also included in the programme.
Free entrance for all
Opening dates and hours
- Friday 22 March – concert at 19:30 at Hôtel de la Poste de Tour&Taxis – Brussels
- Saturday 23 March – from 12:00 to 18:00 Kanal – Centre Pompidou
- Sunday 24 March – from 12:00 to 18:00 Kanal – Centre Pompidou
On 23 and 24 March, Digital Spring will take up residence in the Kanal-Centre Pompidou Museum. A number of unique activities will be put on there: from exhibitions to augmented reality experiments and coding sessions. Visitors will also be able to attend a round table discussion led by a number of experts from the field and find out more about the ethical challenges of these new technologies. A truly immersive experience to help them get to grips with the different technologies and creations.
“Brussels has a real buzz when it comes to digital technology. The work our researchers and businesses do enjoys international success, and it is important to encourage and support that. A Digital Spring also gives us the opportunity to ask questions about technological developments. To this end, art is just as fantastic a gateway, and I am delighted to be able to showcase our international relationships to bring this first event of its kind to Brussels,” explains the Minister-President, Rudi Vervoort.
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