CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

CODART Associate Membership

Who can become an associate member?

  • Curators whose association with a museum is clearly based on a particular project, under the following conditions:
    – The project concerns Dutch and/or Flemish art
    – The curator has a contract with a museum for at least 24 hours per week and can submit a copy of the contract
    – The duration of the contract is at least two years
    – The curator has an e-mail address issued by the museum
  • Specialists in Dutch and Flemish art working within a university or other institutions, in cities or countries where no fitting curators of Dutch and Flemish art are available.
  • Specialists who can help strengthen the network in a particular country.
  • Specialists who can help strengthen the CODART network in areas that are as yet underrepresented (applied arts, sculpture).
  • Specialists of organizations with which CODART wishes to form a strategic alliance.
  • Specialists who, for professional or strategic reasons, can fulfill an important role for CODART.
  • Members who have been retired for less than two years and wish to remain affiliated with CODART.

Associate membership is reviewed on an annual basis.


  • Participation in all CODART activities (congresses, focus events)
  • Subscription to the monthly CODARTfeatures.
  • Subscription to e-mail notification services

Conditions applicable to associates

  • Associate membership is by application only. The director heads the selection process on the basis of the criteria listed above and, if needed, the program committee is consulted.
  • Associate members maintain their member status so long as they meet the above criteria. This is reviewed annually by the program committee.
  • Associate members will be placed onto a reserve list for conferences and study trips, which they can only attend if sufficient spaces are available.

How to become a member

Membership dues

CODART asks its members for an annual contribution.