CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

CODART launches its social network-pages on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

Yesterday, at the last day of a very succesful CODART DERTIEN congress in Rotterdam on digitization, CODART announced a further step in its own digitization, the venture of CODART into the world of social networks. CODART, having been a social network itself from its foundation in 1998, embrace new ways to meet each other and share knowledge, ideas and news on Dutch and Flemish art worldwide.

Follow us on Twitter

On our Twitter-account we will post our news items and notifications of exhibitions, symposia and other events. We will place occasional other tweets as well, to keep followers completely up to date with the world of Dutch and Flemish art.

Like us on Facebook

On our Facebook-page we aim to post exhibitions and events within the near future. Additionally, we aim to build a community of Facebook-user who "like us", to exchange ideas and news on Dutch and Flemish art worldwide.


CODART has a company page on LinkedIn which you can follow. A great number of CODART curators is already active on LinkedIn. In the future we would like to use LinkedIn, like Facebook and Twitter to bring our news and exhibitions to an even wider audience.

Social Networks on the CODART website

On the museumpages of our website we will start adding links to the Twitter-, Facebook- and LinkedIn-pages of the museums. To give you an idea, we have already done so for Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.
On the curator’s pages we will start adding the LinkedIn- and Twitter-accounts of our members.

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