Ottema-Kingma Symposium 2018: The Invisible World
Lab-based research into the applied arts
Within art history, the technical examination of objects has made significant progress. Sensational developments have led to interesting discoveries and we can now reach conclusions about the use of materials and techniques that seemed impossible not that long ago. More sophisticated analytical techniques that allow us to determine the material composition of the objects, to see through its many layers, have contributed immensely to our knowledge about the applied arts.
On 29 October 2018, the Ottema-Kingma Foundation organises a symposium about the advances made in recent years in the technical research into the applied arts. The symposium is organised in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute for Conservation+Art+Science+ and the Radboud University. Most of the contributions will be in Dutch.
A programme for the entire day can be found by clicking the link below.
You can register for the day by clicking the link below, which will take you to the registration page on the website of the Radboud University.
The symposium will be held in Stadsschouwburg De Harmonie in Leeuwarden.