INKTOPUS, run by Luc Van Quickenborne, his sons and a few volunteers, is a public, non-toxic printing workspace, where students, artists, and actually anyone, can learn and practice the art of printmaking. Last Sunday, after being at the KERK (Gent) for about a year they've moved to a little bit smaller, but a quite cozy new location and (re)opened their doors to the public.Read More
This tiny museum located just one street away from my house is a perfect place of tranquility in the historical center of Ghent. The Huis van Alijn tells a timeless story about the culture of
everyday life through ordinary objects and curiosities spread over 3 buildings which have been dated back to the 14th century. After being a hospital, shelter, chapel, and a carpenter shop the building started to decay and in 1941 it has been acquired by the city of Ghent and after restoration opened its doors as the Museum of Folklore/Huis Van Alijn in 1962.