disclaimer & policy

This website is the property of europalia.
Galerie Ravensteingalerij 4
1000 Brussels, Belgium

Anyone accessing and using the website consents to the following general conditions:

Intellectual property rights

The contents of this site, including brands, logos, drawings, data, product or company names, text, graphics, etc., are protected by intellectual rights and are the property of europalia or third party beneficiaries.

Limited liability

The information on this website is of a general nature. The information is not aimed at personal or specific circumstances and therefore does not constitute personal, professional or legal advice for any particular situation. Europalia makes every effort to ensure that the information provided is complete, correct, accurate and updated. In spite of these efforts, errors may occur in the information provided. If the information provided contains errors or if certain information is not available on or via the site, europalia will make every effort to rectify the situation as soon as possible. However, europalia cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damages resulting from the use of the information on this site. If you notice any errors in the information provided via the site, please contact us on info@europalia.eu.

The content of the site (including links) may be adjusted, changed or expanded at any time without notice. Europalia does not guarantee the proper functioning of the website and cannot be held liable in any way for the improper functioning or temporary (un)availability of the website or for any form of damage, direct or indirect, which may be the result of access to or use of the website.

Europalia cannot be held liable under any circumstances by anyone, directly or indirectly, in any specific or other way, for damages resulting from the use of this site or any other site connected by means of links or hyperlinks, including, without limitation, any losses, interruptions of work, damage to programmes or other information on the computer system or to equipment, software or other items owned by the user. The website may contain hyperlinks to, or indirectly refer to third-party websites or pages. The display of links to these websites or pages in no way implies implicit approval of their content. Europalia states that it has no say in the content or other characteristics of these websites and cannot be held liable under any circumstances for their content or characteristics or for any other form of damages resulting from the use thereof.

Applicable law and jurisdiction

This site is subject to Belgian law. In the event of a dispute, only the courts of the judicial district of Brussels have jurisdiction.


Since its inception, the driving force behind europalia has been sharing arts and culture as a unifying factor between people and communities. Within this framework, our team, partners and stakeholders strive towards equality, freedom and respect for human rights. We aim to work with artists and institutions who embrace pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and gender equality. The world we live in teaches us never to take these things for granted, which is why we see this effort as an everyday verb, and not as a conclusion.

— Privacy policy

Europalia honours your privacy. Although most of the information on this site can be accessed without providing any personal information, there may be instances when the user is asked to provide personal information. This information will be used only for customer management and to keep you informed about our activities. The user has the right at any time, at no cost and upon request, to prohibit the use of his information for the purpose of direct marketing. If you wish to do so, please contact europalia, Galerie Ravensteingalerij 4 – 1000 Brussels or at info@europalia.eu. Your personal information is never passed on to third parties.

Pursuant to the law passed on 08/12/1992 governing the processing of personal information, the user has the legal right to view and, if necessary, correct his personal information. Upon sub- mission of proof of identity (copy of identity card), you are entitled to receive a free copy of your personal information by sending a written, signed and dated request to europalia, Galerie Ravensteingalerij 4 – 1000 Brussels or to info@europalia.eu. If necessary, you may also request that any information which is not correct, complete or relevant be changed.

Europalia may collect anonymous or aggregated data which are of a non-personal nature, such as browser type or IP address, the operating system you use or the domain name of the website you used to go to or depart from the europalia website. This enables us to continually provide an optimal Europalia website experience for our users.

Use of cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent to your browser so that it is recognized (“session cookie”). Cookies enable your actions and preferences to be remembered in order to facilitate your navigation of the website (“permanent cookies”). The cookies are stored on your hard drive. The cookies may be installed by the server of the website that you visit (first party) or by partners with which our website collaborates (third party). The cookies only read the information sent by the cookie. They do not have access to other information.

Which cookies are used by europalia.eu?

Essential cookies

These first-party cookies are essential to the navigation of the website and are strictly only required for the provision of a service expressly requested by the user.

Functional and performance cookies

Google Tag Manager, Google Universal Analytics, Add This

These third-party cookies are used to collect information on the use that you make of the website in order to improve its content and to adapt it the our visitors’ requirements by improving its ease-of-use. The cookies installed for social media purposes allow visitors to share the content of the webpage visited on social media networks.

Advertising cookies

Facebook Pixel

These third-party cookies are used for marketing purposes, in particular to display targeted advertising and to evaluate the efficiency of an advertising campaign.

How can you delete or deactivate cookies?

You can delete, deactivate or accept the website’s cookies at any time by configuring your browser settings. To find out how to delete, deactivate or accept cookies, visit your browser’s website via the following links: Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer.