Making Art, Making Meaning in Fifteenth Century Flanders (10.19.18)
"Making Art, Making Meaning in Fifteenth Century Flanders" Workshop featuring Professors David Freedberg (Columbia), Pamela Smith (Columbia), Martha Howell (Columbia), Jan Dumolyn (University of Ghent), Ingrid Falque (FNRS, Belgium, and University of Louvain), Walter Prevenier (University of Ghent), Emma Capron (Curator, The Charterhouse of Bruges exhibition, Frick Collection), Maryan Ainsworth (Curator of Northern Renaissance Painting, Metropolitan Museum of Art), Susan Jones (Researcher for the Van Eyck Research in Open Access Project, KIK-IRPA, Brussels), and Till-Holger Borchert (Dirctor of the Musea Brugge)

Event held on October 19, 2018 at Columbia University

Co-sponsors: Studies of the Dutch-Speaking World, the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, the Department of History, the Department of Art History and Archaeology, and the Making and Knowing Project, Columbia University, with the support of the General Delegation of the Government of Flanders to the USA, and in cooperation with the Frick Collection

Photo credit: Yuri Kazakov for the European Institute
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