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Perle fine (Fine Pearl) by Oscar Jespers, one of the earliest masterpieces of Modernist sculpture in Belgium, is currently on show at the Musée L in Louvain-la-Neuve. 

A number of Coptic textiles from the Fill-Trevisol Collection have joined the Musée L for a brand new exhibition that immerses us in the history of archaeology through the notebooks of two leading archaeologists.

Thanks to the Irène Heidebroek-Eliane van Duyse Fund, La Fonderie is offering courses for 14-25 year-olds, aimed at developing a mobile app. about industrial and technical heritage in Brussels. 

From 6 February, 2020, the Model of Rome is on public show again at the Museum of Art & History in Brussels. The Model has now been enhanced by digital and interactive devices, partially financed by the Alexis Liénard Fund.

The Léon Courtin-Marcelle Bouché Fund has acquired the oldest documented saxophone to have belonged to Adolphe Sax, an E-flat baritone saxophone dating from 1846. It will be exhibited at the Museum of Musical Instruments in Brussels.

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