On the first floor, in the extension of the Auditorium and the Minneplein, you will find the four Breakout Rooms. One of these is the Jan Van Eyck room, after the Ghent painter of, among others, the Lamb of God and principal representative of the Flemish Primitives Jan Van Eyck.
The Breakout room is ideal for use in combination with the Auditorium or the Minneplein for various workshops. In the Jan Van Eyck room you will find a large white projection wall that can be used for various activities. The different Breakout Rooms each have a capacity of 150 to 300 people.
Between the rooms Jan Van Eyck and Hubert van Eyck there is a modular wall through which the halls can be converted into a single room. They are also equipped with an attractive carpet, which makes the acoustics in these rooms very pleasant. There is no natural light, which guarantees perfect darkening. Nevertheless, all rooms can be provided with fresh air.