The Brussels tapestry Le Jugement Dernier from the Worcester Art Museum (USA) has been able to be restored thanks to the René and Karin Jonckheere Fund. The tapestry is on show at the MRAH before being returned to Worcester.

Discover these amazing masks, used for male initiation ceremonies. They form part of the Belgian Jesuits’ ethnographic heritage. By lending its support to this exhibition, the Heritage Fund hopes to increase awareness of forgotten ethnographic collections.

Set on the site of the Boch Keramis factory in La Louvière, the new ceramics museum has opened its doors and is currently exhibiting some six hundred vases from the King Baudouin Foundation’s Catteau Collection.

As part of the exhibition « Les Plaisirs des Jardins au XVIIIe siècle » at the Château de Seneffe museum, visitors can discover four terrines and a trompe-l’œil acquired by the Léon Courtin – Marcelle Bouché Fund. This earthenware demonstrates the interest in everything relating to gardens, flora and fauna during the Age of Enlightenment.

The art deco chalice donated to the King Baudouin Foundation in 2013 is on show at the M-Museum in Leuven, until 12 July 2015. This modern liturgical piece was designed by the Benedictine monk Dom Martin and made by the Maison Wolfers Frères.