Museum Het Schip, torentje, ©Marcel Westhoff

We Make The.City: Historical Footprints of Amsterdam as an Urban Asset

The historical relation of Indonesia and the Netherlands in the past, with trade and governance headquarters in Amsterdam, has left important footprints for current development in both countries. During this afternoon, several key speakers will give their vision on the interaction between Indonesia and the Netherlands over the ages.

* The whole program will be English-spoken

Program:

14.30-14.50 uur
Registration
14.50-15.00 uur
Opening
15.00-15.15 uur 

Shared Cultural Heritage Policy of the Netherlands
by Jinna Smit, Programme Director Shared Cultural Heritage, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed)

15.15-15.45 uur 

Footprints of Amsterdam as International Trade Hubs from Indonesia Perspective
by Hasti Tarekat, Heritage hands-on and co-driver of Task Force Liveable Cities, Indonesia Diaspora Netherlands

15.45-16.15 uur 

Footprints of Amsterdam as Architecture Trendsetters
by Obbe Norbruis, writer of two books ‘Alweer een sieraad voor de stad’ and ‘Architectuur met vlag en wimpel’ about the architecture bureau Cuypers en Hulswit-Fermont in the Dutch Indies

16.15-16.55 uur 
Discussion
16.55-17.00 uur 
Closing

     

The We Make The.City Pass gives free excess to this event. Because of the limited capacity of the event, please sign up at the We Make The.City website (program available soon)

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  • zaterdag 22 juni 2019 14:30
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