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Technical Art History Colloquium: Garden Construction (Amsterdam)
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Datum:
9 Februari 2017

Technical Art History Colloquium: Garden Construction

(Please find attached the programme of the event)

 

Date and time: 9 February 2017 - 15:00 – 17:00 


Location: Artis Bibliotheek, leeszaal - Plantage Middenlaan 45, Amsterdam

The Technical Art History Colloquium is organised by Sven Dupré (Utrecht University and University of Amsterdam, PI ERC ARTECHNE), Arjan de Koomen (University of Amsterdam, Coordinator MA Technical Art History), and Abbie Vandivere (University of Amsterdam, Coordinator MA Technical Art History & Paintings Conservator, Mauritshuis, The Hague). Monthly meetings take place on Thursdays, usually in Utrecht and Amsterdam. In the ninth edition of the Technical Art History Colloquium, prof. dr. Erik de Jong (University of Amsterdam) and dr. Georges Farhat (University of Toronto) will give presentations about garden construction. The format of the colloquium is open, but there will always be substantial time for audience discussion.

 

In order to ensure that you will be accommodated, please RSVP by Monday 6 February: j.briggeman@uu.nl. Admission to the colloquium is free. All those interested are welcome.

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