CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

CODART 21 in Bruges Fully Booked

We are very pleased to announce that the CODART 21 congress in Bruges is fully booked. From 11 through 13 March, curators from countries all over the world, including Belgium and The Netherlands, as well as the USA, Finland, the United Kingdom, Poland, Sweden, Austria, Russia, Germany and Spain will come together in Bruges to meet and speak about their profession.

Congress participants will discuss the congress theme ‘Old Masters, Old-Fashioned?’ during lectures and the Speakers’ Corner, and have the opportunity to meet each other during the network reception and the congress dinner. In addition, the three-day program offers participants a range of visits to various locations of Musea Brugge, such as the Groeningemuseum, Sint-Janshospitaal, the Gruuthusemuseum and several churches in the city, and share experiences with their colleagues.

We are thankful for the generosity and kind hospitality of Musea Brugge, our main partner in Bruges. We are also grateful to the Royal Embassy of The Netherlands in Brussels, the Friends of CODART Foundation, and the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History for supporting the CODART 21 congress.

We regret to disappoint members who are interested in CODART 21 but were not able to register in time. We are looking forward to welcoming you next year. Please keep an eye on our website where the location and date of CODART 22 will soon be announced.

For more information about CODART 21, click here.

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