Funds and projects

The Baillet Latour Fund supports the preservation and restauration of major works of art from Belgian movable cultural heritage. Projects can be submitted until May 15, 2018.

An enormous 8m long screw, weighing 2 tonnes, will drive the new wood-chip boiler at the Château de Freÿr. A project of the Laubespin-Lagarde Fund, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, designed to reduce the environmental footprint of this listed site.

The 2017 Prize for Belgian Heritage Abroad has been awarded to projects of the embassies in Kiev, Rio de Janeiro, Lima, Rome and Madrid. With this prize, the Belgian Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the King Baudouin Foundation continue to highlight the wealth of Belgian heritage abroad.

Paul Dumont, Ann-Kristin Källström, Grace Sippy, Julianne Ricksecker and Charlotte Massipare are the winners of the 2018 International René Carcan Prize for Printmaking. With this prize, the René Carcan Fund, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, aims to promote the art of engraving and printmaking.

The Fravanni Fund has issued, for the third consecutive time, the debut album of an exceptionally talented young musician. This time, it is Bach’s complete Sonatas and Partitas for Violin played with intensity and virtuosity by violinist Anna Göckel.