CHARLES BAIRD CARILLON EVENT
The University of Michigan Charles Baird Carillon will be featured in a concert on Friday, June 3 following a lecture at 12:30 p.m. held in Burton Tower adjacent to the Dutch and Flemish Studies program. It is a collaboration between Assistant Professor of Carillon and University Carillonist Tiffany Ng from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theater and Dance, Professor of American Literature Diederik Oostdijk from VU Amsterdam and former Dutch program student and carillonneur Ms. Sipkje Pesnichak.
DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS (DIA)
Conference organizers and curator Yao-Fen You invite participants to join a Friday, June 3, afternoon excursion to the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA). The trip will include one or more conference sessions in art history and a visit to the museum’s Dutch gallery. The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is located in the heart of Detroit at 5200 Woodward Ave.
The excursion to the DIA is not included in the base registration fee. You must indicate you would like to attend this excursion on the registration form. There is a $50 per person additional fee for this excursion.
DISPLAY OF THE U-M PAPROLOGY COLLECTION
The University of Michigan Library is home to the largest collection of ancient papyri in North America. Professor Arthur Verhoogt, Professor of Papyrology and Greek, will coordinate a display of the University’s Collection which will be available throughout the conference.
DISPLAY OF THE U-M NETHERLANDIC COLLECTION
Throughout the conference a small subset of the impressive University Library’s Dutch holdings will be displayed at the International Institute.