OGJG is a foundation where students can volunteer to present their study subjects to the elderly through interactive lectures. It is a great opportunity for anyone interested in improving their presentation skills and making a positive contribution to the lives of the local elderly.
A new multi-media exhibition at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam explores the possibilities of presenting an archive in a lively and active manner. This takes place in an office space on the sixth floor in which architectural models and objects of MVRDV are on display.
Beelden aan Zee, founded in 1994 by Theo and Lida Scholten, is a very special place. The combination of location, atmosphere and a distinctive collection of modern sculpture makes this museum a unique experience for its visitors.
On Monday September 6, 2021 the annual Van de Waal lecture was given by Reinier Baarsen, Professor by special appointment in the History of the Decorative Arts. The lecture marks the opening of the academic year for the Art History department of Leiden University.
During the Spring of this year, Dr Alexander Dencher (Leiden University Lecturer and Rijksmuseum curator) organised a lecture series focused on interiors and decorative arts of the eighteenth century titled, “Interiors for Display”.