David Weel invites us to look at 'Dying Adonis' by the painter Hendrick Goltzius.
Femke Zwiep has written a poem in response to a balance standard with a counterweight from the workshop of Wenzel Jamnitzer.
Jordy Spyt chose a passglass – a glass used for drinking games – and wrote an antidote to toxic masculinity.
Maite Vanthournout wrote a short story inspired by a cradle made by an anonymous craftsman.
In his short story, inspired by Pieter Lastman’s painting 'Orestes and Pylades Disputing at the Altar', Pieter Van de Walle introduces us to Orestes.
Flemish-Dutch cultural institution deBuren asked eighteen young writers to bring seventeenth-century artefacts from the Rijksmuseum to life. They wrote prose texts and poems and created comics and audio stories in response to the question: ...
Take a look at our selection of recently translated Dutch-language books for children and young adults.
In the late Middle Ages, innovative ideas entered the Roman Catholic Church thanks to a Dutch priest and his Modern Devotion movement, who rejected the materialism and excesses of the clergy.