Skip to main content

New European Bauhaus

Be part of the movement!

Join the Festival of the New European Bauhaus on 9-13 April. Take part in Forum, Fair and Fest in Brussels, watch the Festival  online or attend Satellite events across Europe and beyond!

Welcome to the New European Bauhaus Festival, where imagination meets sustainability and inclusivity for a beautiful future! Join us in Brussels from the 9th to the 13th of April in Parc du Cinquantenaire and the Arts & History Museum, online, or attend a Satellite Event from Europe and beyond.

During interactive sessions, workshops, demonstrations, and artistic performances, you will discover and experience the innovative power of Europe in building a common future that is not only visually stunning but also mindful of our collective well-being.

The festival will also feature the New European Bauhaus Prizes 2024 Ceremony, rewarding 20 projects, designs, and ideas that align and exemplify the movement's commitment and embody the NEB values. Two of these winning projects will come from your vote, you can choose here your preferred ones until 27 March. The 2024 edition will feature a Special Recognition to Ukraine's Reconstruction and Recovery Effort and will put the spotlight on regions across the EU facing more intensively socio-economic constrains, and places challenged the most by the need to evolve to a carbon neutral economy.

Open and free for everyone

Brought to you by the European Commission in cooperation with the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, this festival invites everyone to embark on a 5-days journey of creativity and collaboration exchange on your visions with people from Brussels and across the globe.

Easily switch between the FORUM, featuring keynotes and panel discussions, the FAIR of workshops, labs, and exhibitions, and the FEST part, showcasing artistic performances. Meanwhile, Satellite Events will take place all over Europe and beyond, ensuring that the spirit of the New European Bauhaus Festival reaches far and wide.

The Festival will be accessible to visitors with reduced mobility.

Registrations for the Opening Ceremony are closed.