Information from the organizers, 7 May 2015
On 8 June 2015 the Rubenianum organizes a study day devoted to various issues documentation centers within the field of cultural heritage encounter. The Rubenianum – whose mission statement includes documenting artwork information – calls upon its colleagues to discuss guidelines for organizing, preserving and disclosing documentary research collections.
· The aim of the study day is to bring together colleagues with different professional backgrounds to present case-studies, exchange ideas and discuss current policies and guidelines.
· The program includes presentations by colleagues from Louvain, Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels and The Hague. Colleagues from museums, archives, documentation- and research centers are warmly invited to participate. Papers will be delivered in Dutch.
Topics include the collections of art historians Ludwig Burchard, Max Friedländer and Jan Karel Steppe.
The complete program is to be found on the Rubenianum’s website (PDF in Dutch).