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Late-night visits with intimate concerts

Pay a late-night visit to the ‘To Antarctica’ exhibition. As a bonus, we will provide musical accompaniment. Curious about the rising star of the neo-soul scene? Or do you want to relive your childhood memories with a duo performing their personal ‘best of’? Whatever your preference, expect a delight for ears and eyes!

An Pierlé Duo

In as pure a form as possible, An Pierlé and Koen Gisen return to basics. With almost 25 years of songs, they bring a personal ‘Best Of’, reinvented in the moment. Come (re)experience and discover your childhood memories, as well as new work!

    Thursday 3 October 2024 from 19:00 to 21:30

Reinel Bakole

Reinel Bakole takes you on a personal and artistic journey into her own musical universe with her debut album ‘Healing Exhaustion’.

    Friday 6 September 2024 from 19:00 to 21:30

The Great White Silence

(1924, Herbert Ponting)

Come and enjoy this breathtaking documentary in which you dive into the famous expedition to the South Pole. You will discover the beauty of the vast Antarctic landscape.

    Sunday 30 June 2024 from 19:00 to 22:00

Madhouse at the end of the earth

A talk with author Julian Sancton about his book and the intrepid explorers of the Belgica.

    Wednesday 25 September 2024 from 19:00 to 21:00

Previous loans

An overview of the objects we have loaned in the past.

The Salon

From 25 October 2024 on display in the boulevard (free entry)

In super-diverse Antwerp, you will find hairstyles and hair traditions of all colours and shapes. The hair salons where it all happens are equally diverse. The new photo exhibition 'The Salon' gives you a taste of the diversity of hair salons and cuts.  

The Antarctic today

The exhibition also tells the story of Antarctica today. You will find out how scientists are still conducting groundbreaking scientific research there. This topical part of the exhibition was created in collaboration with the International Polar Foundation.

A look at research

The MAS preserves culturally and historically sensitive Congolese heritage that today numbers nearly 5,000 cultural objects. MAS staff, together with Congolese colleagues, are investigating the circumstances under which this collection disappeared from Congo. The first results of the study will be on display in the Visible Storage.

    Tuesday 28 May 2024 until Sunday 13 October 2024 from 10:00 to 17:00

Mystical Marriage of Christ

2 stained-glass windows

The MAS collection contains a number of beautiful stained-glass windows from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. Two of the rare intact examples are listed as Flemish masterpieces: rather large stained-glass windows from around 1600 depicting the Mystical Marriage of Christ.


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