The inspiration room is a creative oasis in the midst of the museum galleries. It is a place where children, young people and adults can experiment with collages and assemblages, build structures, make a tableau vivant around the figure of James Ensor, draw a self-portrait at one of the easels, and so on. The tasks are adapted regularly, in line with the exhibitions and collection presentations. These are a playful way of processing the ideas that have arisen during the museum visit, the aim being to explore the artworks from a fresh perspective.
The inspiration room is freely accessible to all and no reservation is necessary.