Created in Liège in 1979 by Luc Boulangé, the Créahm is an association that aims to reveal and display art forms produced by people with intellectual disabilities. To this end, the Créahm has set up creative workshops led by practitioners of visual and performing arts, placing its project in a fully artistic rather than a therapeutic or occupational context. The originality and significance of this approach, from an artistic but also societal and political point of view, are still at the heart of the Créahm's objectives today. The other organisations which followed on - the Créahm Liège Day Centre (1994) and the Centre d'Art Différencié (CAD), which went on to become the MADmuseum (2003) - along with the workshops, constitute what we call the "Grand Créahm" and are part of the same overall project. Replacing the MADmuseum, the Trinkhall is in keeping with the same mindset.