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24.04.2022 11:00

Pay what you can

Erfgoedddag 2022

Erfgoeddag (Heritage Day)

Op Erfgoeddag 2022 the entire building of Kunsthal Gent is freely accessible from 11.00 - 18.00.

All exhibitions are opens and we present two video interviews with the Honorary Dean of Patershol, Roger Van Bockstaele (99), who delves into his memory about the history of the Hall church, the Old House and the 15th century mural (videos: Shivadas De Schrijver.)

EGD 2022 campagnebeeld publiek