For the beginning of October and fall season, the Atelier34zero Muzeum is organising the Grand Prix of Jette: a race of plastic Fiat 500 mini cars for children from Jette and the surrounding area aged 3 to 6. Several races will take place on the Eugène Toussaint street (which will be closed for the occasion) until the crowning of the winner who will have the chance to leave with his own mini Fiat!

See you at the Atelier34zero Muzeum from 3pm for another day of fun and relaxation. For parents who are cheering on their little champions, don't forget to enjoy our wide range of Belgian and Polish Catholic beers, our artisanal vodkas as well as our Jetto-polish culinary specialties.


Practical information:

To register your child, send us an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with his/her name, first name and age; you have until October 01st included to send your registration request. You will then have to pay a €10 registration fee on site, in cash, on October 3rd.




Dad's day

The Atelier34zero Muzeum attaches great importance to the diversity of its visitors: 70% of the audience of our cultural park are parents and their children. We would like to pay tribute to all the dads who come so often and who appreciate our sociological project in our cultural park, the contemporary art, the chickens, the ducks, the rabbits and our organic garden.

On Saturday 28 August from 2pm we are launching la Fête des Papas : for this occasion we will place a bouncy castle in our park and an art workshop with an artist will also take place for children who want to practice and discover art. The activity lasts one hour and will start at 4pm.

The full programme (castle + art activity) costs 10 euros; for children who only want to enjoy the bouncy castle, it costs 05 euros.

Dads (and mums, who are also welcome) will find our traditional menu of Polish and Belgian specialities, Polish and Belgian Catholic beers, fresh organic juices and a selection of vodkas.

Dear dads and families, you are cordially invited to spend a relaxing time at Atelier34zero




The Atelier presents a major exhibition of its collection, a collection of works by Belgian and international artists. Amassed over more than forty years, the works range from Polish avant-garde, eco-art to photography and photomontage. The ensemble presents more than forty works and reflects the personality and taste of the founder and president of the Atelier 340/34zero Muzeum, Wodek Majewski.

These works, whether pictorial, sculptural or photographic, often come from artists who have collaborated with the structure in the past. Thus, the Atelier also pays tribute to them through this exhibition.


With : Erwan Ballan (FR), Pascal Bernier (BE), Keith Boadwee (US), Jean-Pierre Bredo (BE), Jeanine Cohen (BE), Jacques De Backer (FR), Jetje De Kort (NL), Jean-François Demeure (FR), Filip Dujardin (BE), Javier Fernandez (BE), Jean-Marie Gheerardijn (BE), Katarzyna Gorna (PL), Ado Hamelryck (BE) Leszek Knaflewski (PL), Katarzyna Kobro (PL), Marek Kus (PL), Jacques Lizene (BE), Dominique Marx (BE), Pierre Radisic (BE), Henryk Stazewski (PL), Władysław Strzemiński (PL), Anu Tuominen (FI), Nils-Udo (DE), Camiel Van Breedam (NL), Bob Verschueren (BE) and Julien Willem (BE).


Exhibition visible from 17/07/2021 to 13/03/2022

Adult ticket: 10 euros. The ticket gives access to the exhibition of the collection and the exhibition of Jacques Talmar.


In addition to the exhibition of the collection and the new sociological banners, the Atelier34zero Muzeum is also devoting a presentation to the work of the Belgian sculptor Jacques Talmar (1927-1997). Born in Brussels, Talmar was a prolific sculptor, working in bronze, terracotta, plaster and lead.

Innovative in his treatment of the human body, the curves of his creations can echo the works of Nikki de Saint-Phalle, Fernando Botero or Aristide Maillol. By emphasizing the opulence and roundness of the human body, Talmar admits in his work a play of passing curves and counter-curves, with a rare sense of volume. These obese bodies are the result of a satirical - even ironic - approach to the subject; the sculptor also likes to have fun with the French language, as shown by one of his sculptures entitled "Les trois grasses".

In addition to his career as an artist, Jacques Talmar was also a teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Saint-Josse-Ten-Noode for 36 years. With this exhibition, we aim to highlight the work of a prolific local sculptor who passed on his passion and shaped several generations of sculptors.

Exhibition visible from 17/07/2021 to 13/03/2022

Adult ticket: 10 euros