Seminar organised by the Attingham Trust to be held in the historic lecture room of the Teylers Museum in Haarlem and to be chaired by Giles Waterfield. The seminar, open to all Dutch and Belgian curators and heritage specialists will be attended by the Attingham Study Programme which this year is examining the development of the Dutch historic house and its collections.
The Revival of an old phenomenon: renewed interest in the holistic approach to the Dutch Historic country house estate
Johan Carel Bierens de Haan, Paleis ‘t Loo National Museum & Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.
Living the past, enjoying the future Historic Interiors
Eloy Koldeweij, Cultural Heritage Agency Gardens, parks and estates
Catharina van Groningen, Cultural Heritage Agency
The Dutch historic country house: today and tomorrow
Johan Laman Trip, Foundation Friends of the Dutch Country House
Country Houses in the 21st century
Plenary discussion with private house owners chaired by Giles Waterfield, the Attingham Trust
Refreshments in the Teylers Museum, next to the historic lecture room