The exhibition UNCENSORED was on from 23 September 2011 until 31 August 2012.
The exhibition opened to the public on 22 September 2011 as part of the Brussels Museums Nocturnes.
As it is very difficult to visit the exhibition without the accompanying audio guide, this has been included in the entrance fee.
12- 17 year olds: 4.5€
Children under 12: free. There is no audio guide for the children but the practical activity booklet 'Open your Eyes' can be purchased for 3€.
Tuesday - Friday : 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Every Monday ; 1 January, 1 May and 25 December
On 24 and 31 December as from 3 pm on
DE LIJN CAMPAIGN
If you are travelling to the museum with De Lijn you can visit the UNCENSORED exhibition at a reduced tariff. You pay 6 € for the Africa bus pass (De Lijn day pass + entry ticket to the UNCENSORED exhibition)
The Africa bus pass can be purchased on board De Lijn buses coming from Flemish-Brabant and in de Lijn boutiques in Leuven and Brussels.
From Leuven and Brussels buses 315, 317, and 410 take you straight to the Royal Museum for Central Africa.
De Lijn and STIB season ticket holders get 1 € off the entrance fee to the UNCENSORED exhibition.
YOUR OWN COLOURFUL STATUS UPDATE ON THE PERIMETER FENCE
From 23 September until 1 October 2011 you could participate in our facebook campaign Your own colourful status update on the perimeter fence
How did it work?
In anticipation of the renovation works we placed a large perimeter fence, the Wall, around the museum building and for the following ten days a different artist was let loose on it each day.
Inspired by the UNCENSORED exhibition but also by your stories, it made for a colossal mural.
You could take part in this facebook event by placing your wall post on www.facebook.com/AfricaMuseumTervuren between 22 September 2pm and 1 October 2pm (2011).
Then your message got painted on the Wall around the museum. A short film (the 'making of") was made about this which you could share with your friends via facebook, email etc.
The mural can still be admired during the renovation works.
Watch the films of the colourful status updates on the dedicated UNCENSORED site : http://uncensored.africamuseum.be