Musea Brugge Research School | Derde editie
Van 20 tot 22 oktober 2018 en van 9 tot 11 februari 2019 organiseren het Vlaams onderzoekscentrum voor de kunst in de Bourgondische Nederlanden en Musea Brugge voor de derde keer een Musea Brugge Research School. Deze editie zal opnieuw aan twaalf studenten (BA of MA) de kans bieden om twee keer drie volle dagen ondergedompeld te worden in 15e- en 16e-eeuwse Brugse kunst, kunstproductie en het onderzoeksveld. De deadline voor de applicaties is 10 juni 2018.
The Flemish research centre for the arts in the Burgundian Netherlands is organising the third edition of its museum research school in 2018-2019. The innovative formula of the Musea Brugge Research School provides participants with the opportunity to delve into selected works of art from the collections and introduces various research methodologies that help in understanding and interpreting art and its context. The research school presents workshops and lectures on historiography, methodology, technical art history, and archival research, as well as possibilities for extensive study and ample discussions in the museum during closing hours. Various experts, both from Musea Brugge and other institutions are invited to present lectures and discussions. The moderator for both three-day sessions will be Prof. Dagmar Eichberger from the University of Heidelberg in Germany.
The research school targets art history students at the BA or MA level who have a strong interest in Netherlandish art and who intend to embark on a career in the field. The research school will take place in Bruges on October 20 – 22, 2018 and February 9 – 11, 2019 and consists of two three-days sessions. The first session will offer the participants an occasion to study the objects of the collections in depth and to discuss various relevant aspects of 15th and 16th century Flemish art. During the second session in February contributions of the participants, based on the results of the first session, will be presented and discussed among the docents and participants.
Participation to the Musea Brugge Research School is free but students must take care of their travel and lodging expenses. Students are expected to participate in both three-day sessions. Three lunches and two dinners are included in each session. There are 12 places available.
Students from all universities are eligible to apply. Students must be able to follow and hold a discussion in English. Interested students should send a motivation letter in English and a CV to email@example.com by 10 June 2018. They will be notified of a place in the research school by 29 June 2018.
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The Musea Brugge Research School is an initiative of the Flemish research centre for the arts in the Burgundian Netherlands and Musea Brugge. These institutions are supported by the Flemish government.
The mission of the Flemish research centre is to initiate, facilitate, stimulate and disseminate research related to 15th and 16th century Flemish art.