Introducing our new student assistant and 3 of her cultural hotspots

By Liza Kerlen Hi everyone! As of January 2018 I am the new student assistant here at the department of Art and Culture. I am usually running around behind the scenes where you can find me taking minutes, preparing readers or selecting interesting content for this blog! In this blog I will tell you a… Read More Introducing our new student assistant and 3 of her cultural hotspots

Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present

By Juliette Huygen   The VU Art and Culture group and Research Institute CLUE+ present: Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present Dr. Dan Hicks (Oxford University/Pitt Rivers Museum)   This lecture is part of the seminar : Trending Topics: Key Ideas/Thinkers in Material Culture Studies Date:     February 16 Time:     10:00-12:00 Venue:  Vrije… Read More Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present

Re-scape Alejandro Echeverri 1 December 2017

by Roos van Strien, Master student Architectural History On December 1st, the VU hosted the recurring Re-Scape colloquium, organized by CLUE+ in collaboration with OZ Architects. Various Re-scape events are held throughout the year and the location alters between the organizing universities; TU Delft, University of Leiden and VU. This time, the VU hosted the… Read More Re-scape Alejandro Echeverri 1 December 2017

Seminar – Juan Ricci de Guevara (1600-1681)

Research Institute CLUE+ and the Stevin Centre for History of Science and Humanities are proud to present the Stevin Seminar # 26 “Knowledge collection in the manuscripts of fray Juan Ricci de Guevara (1600-1681)” Juan Ricci de Guevara entered the Order of Saint Benedict at the age of 26 and combined his religous duties with his artistic… Read More Seminar – Juan Ricci de Guevara (1600-1681)

Closure of the Alma-Tadema project

Last weekend, the exhibition Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity closed at the London based Leighton House, former home to the artist and contemporary of Alma-Tadema: Sir Frederick Leighton. After the modern styled Fries Museum in Leeuwarden in 2016-17 and the spacious baroque Belvedere Museum in Vienna last Spring, the exhibition reached its third and final… Read More Closure of the Alma-Tadema project

Graduate Lecture: The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection

We are very pleased to invite you to a Graduate Lecture by Ellen Prokop PhD, titled “The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection: Towards a Critical D.A.H.” on Friday 24 November 3.30-5.15, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – Main Building, hall 14a00 (The Frick Collection / New York University / Hunter College, City University of New York) A… Read More Graduate Lecture: The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection