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12.09.2021 11:00

Doorlopende videorondleiding door Roger Van Bockstaele, eredeken

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OPEN MONUMENTENDAG 2021

VIDEORONDLEIDING DOOR ROGER VAN BOCKSTAELE, DEKENIJ PATERSHOL

Op zondag 12 september vindt de 33ste editie van Open Monumentendag plaats. Kunsthal Gent vroeg Roger Van Bockstaele, de 98-jarige Eredeken van de Koninklijke Dekenij Patershol, om zijn geheimen te delen over de meest bijzondere plekken van het karmelietenklooster.

Tevens is er een tweede recente video te zien, waarin de Eredeken vertelt over het Oud Huis, de kleine kapel met 15e- eeuwse wandschildering.

Zondag 12 september, 11.00 - 18.00
Doorlopende videorondleiding - premiere!
Camera en editing: Shivadas De Schrijver.
Een samenwerking met Koninklijke Dekenij Patershol.

NB Tijdens Open Monumentendag is alleen het Oud Huis publiek toegankelijk. De rest van Kunsthal Gent is gesloten voor de opbouw van 2 nieuwe tentoonstellingen (opening: vrijdagavond 24 september.)