Arts

At Rubi, art and culture are intertwined with student life.

UAntwerpen has a collection of about 1100 paintings, sculptures and other expressions of contemporary art.

 

Masterpieces by Sam Dillemans and Fred Bervoets adorn the walls of the City Campus and sculptures by Yvan Theys and Jean Bilquin arise on the outer campuses. Art is omnipresent.

 

The Art on Campus Committee wants to make the university community and the students in particular more aware of (visual) art. Its main task is therefore to acquire and make available high-quality works of art. Furthermore, it pays special attention to the adequate placement of the works of art, taking into account the sensibility of the staff members and the framework of their working environment. 

 

For all practical questions and reports about the Art on Campus collection, please contact our service.
Contact us at kunstopdecampus@uantwerpen.be or 032654712.

Thanks to the cooperation with the Antwerp City Guides, everyone can enjoy the works of art during a fascinating tour of the campuses. The guides explain the (art) historical background of the buildings and a selection of the works of art on these campuses. 

 

  • Where
    City Campus, Middelheim Campus and Drie Eiken Campus
     
  • When
    Guided tours are only available on weekdays between 9 am and 5 pm.
     
  • Duration
    Each tour lasts about 2 hours or can be adapted according to the wishes of the group.
     
  • Cost
    A guided tour of 2 hours costs 111 euros (max. 20 people).
     

Request your guided tour at uantwerpen@kgva.be

The Culture Committee of the University of Antwerp decides on the granting of cultural subsidies and the status of artists for students.

 

For all questions regarding the Culture Commission you can contact our service.
Contact us at commissie.cultuur@uantwerpen.be or 032654712.

Students who practice art or culture at a high level can obtain an artist statute after consultation and approval from the Culture Committee of the University of Antwerp. This status gives them access to an adapted study route and/or examination schedule if required by their activities as an artist.

 

The procedure to obtain these special facilities can be found here.