“In which parts of Antwerp did all those artists live and work in the 16th and 17th centuries?” A lecture by the researcher Dr Petra Maclot (University of Leuven) Sunday 18 December 2016 – 11:00 Location: Rubenianum, Kolveniersstraat 20, 2000 Antwerp Registration Please register forREAD MORE

Cultural data analysis and visualization are important methods and research fields both for art historians and information scientists. Thus, the goal of this Spring School is to bring art historians and information scientists together to work on data. Art history is on the brink ofREAD MORE

The playlist of the performance of Fuse during the last session on our conference: (traditional) Klezmer dans Maurice Ravel – Alborada del Gracioso Chick Corea – Spain Claude Chalhoub – Recitative a la Baroque JS Bach – Brandenburg concerto no. 5 Nils Frahm- Hammers Chris ThileREAD MORE

On 27 October 2016, the University of Amsterdam opened its doors to The Humanities And Technology Camp (THATCamp). In recent years the THATCamp formula has crossed the Atlantic and spread over Europe. At THATCamp Amsterdam we came to fully understand the reason for THATCamp’s success:READ MORE

Slides of the keynote lecture by Ilja Van Damme (Antwerp University), Cities of a Lesser God? Reassembling the history of creativity & the city from a long-term perspective. Held at the conference Creativity & the City 1600 – Present: An E-Humanities Perspective, 28-29 October 2016.READ MORE

‘Cinema, Memory and the Community’ – First free workshop – 15th December Registration now open – Travel bursaries available This project, funded by the British Academy, will use two free workshops and a dedicated online portal to bring together academics, public groups and private businessesREAD MORE