An overview of symposiums organised by KMSKA researchers.

Past symposiums

Harmony in Bright Colors. Memling's Christ with Singing and Music-Making Angels restored

13 and 14 March 2017

Hans Memling, Christus omringd door zingende en musicerende engelen, KMSKA

To celebrate the completion of the conservation treatment of Hans Memling’s Christ with Singing and Music-making Angels, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp will organize a two day symposium in cooperation with the University of Antwerp.

The symposium language will be English

A work by Ensor

Ensor's Creative Process: Technique, Concept, Image

20 November 2015 

As the Ensor Research Project's final goal is to better understand all aspects of James Ensor's creative processes, this symposium presented a mid-term state of affairs, evaluating the present state of technical and scientific findings along with current theoretical, stylistic, iconographical and historical investigations.

A collaboration between the University of Antwerp and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp. 

Researchers are studying a painting by Rubens

Rubens Study Days

14 and 15 October 2010

As part of its ongoing Rubens project, KMSKA organised a seminar on 14 and 15 October 2010. The purpose of the event, attended by international Rubens experts and restorers, was to discuss the interim research findings of the project.


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