CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

CODART 25 in Stockholm Fully Booked

We are pleased to announce that the CODART 25 congress in Stockholm is fully booked. From 16 to 18 June, curators from countries all over the world, including the Netherlands, Belgium and the United States, as well as Finland, the United Kingdom, Poland, Canada, Austria, Croatia, Germany and France will come together in Stockholm to meet and speak about their profession.

Congress participants will discuss the congress theme ‘Lessons Learned: Looking Back at Reinstalled Permanent Collections in the Past Decade’ during lectures and case studies, pose questions to their colleagues in 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 in and around Stockholm, such as the Nationalmuseum, the Adriaen de Vries Museum at Drottningholm Palace, the Scheffler Palace, and optional full-day excursions to Skokloster Castle and various churches in the area.

We are thankful for the generosity and kind hospitality of the Nationalmuseum, our main partner in Stockholm. We are also grateful to the City of Stockholm, the Ambassador for the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Sweden, the General Representative of Flanders in the Nordic Countries and the Friends of CODART Foundation for supporting the CODART 25 congress.

We regret to disappoint members who are interested in CODART 25 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 theme of CODART 26 will be announced later this year.