Members' activities: online Lecture Series "Interiors for Display"
March 5, 2021
Interiors for Display: The art of the eighteenth-century interior in the Dutch Republic and Europe
Online lecture series at the Leiden University, organized by Alexander Dencher. Registration is open and free, please click here for more information.
- March 11: Amsterdam's splendid interiors of the eighteenth century, Pieter Vlaardingerbroek (Gemeente Amsterdam, Monumenten & Archeologie/UU)
- : Painting ensembles in eighteenth-century interiors in the Dutch Republic, Margriet van Eikema Hommes (RCE (Cultural Heritage Agency)/TU Delft)
- April 1: From storeroom to public display. 18th century interiors in the Museum Houses of the Hendrick de Keyser association. Valentijn Carbo (Vereniging Hendrik de Keyser)
- Pride and prejudice: the eighteenth-century interior in the historiography of British architecture, Prof. dr. Christine Casey (Trinity College Dublin)
- Engaging with the Antique: Parisian architects, designers and craftsmen and the development of the neoclassical interior, 1760-1785, Helen Jacobsen (The Wallace Collection, London)
- May 13: From Baroque to Regency: Textile Furnishings in the British Country House, Annabel Westman (The Attingham Trust, London)
- May 27: Giovanni Battista Foggini: a designer of interiors and decorative arts at the time of the Last Medici, Kira d’Alburquerque (The Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
Image: The Art Gallery of Jan Gildemeester Jansz, Adriaan de Lelie, 1794 - 1795. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum.
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Information for our members: New European Bauhaus
March 1, 2021
The New European Bauhaus is a creative and interdisciplinary initiative, convening a space of encounter to design future ways of living, situated at the crossroads between art, culture, social inclusion, science and technology. It brings the Green Deal to our living places and calls for a collective effort to imagine and build a future that is sustainable, inclusive and beautiful for our minds and for our souls.For further information please visit europa.eu/new-european-bauhaus.
Beautiful means inclusive, accessible spaces where the dialogue between diverse cultures, disciplines, genders and ages becomes an opportunity to imagine a better place for all. It also means a more inclusive economy, where wealth is distributed and spaces are affordable.
Beautiful means sustainable solutions that create a dialogue between our built environment and the planet's ecosytems. It means to realise regenerative approaches inspired by natural cycles that replenish resources and protect biodiversity.
Beautiful means enriching experiences that respond to needs beyond our material dimension, inspired by creativity, art and culture. It means appreciating diversity as an opportunity to learn from each other.