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Tinco Lycklama: Lectures

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Programme of the lectures at the Tinco exposition Beetsterzwaag – Summer 2018 A series of lectures held every Thursday evening at the Tinco Lycklama exposition* in Beetsterzwaag. Subjects include amongst others: the Frisian nobility, Orientalism, Tinco in Syria and the archeology of the Ancient Near East during Tinco's lifetime. You can learn more about Tinco Lycklama by attending one or more lectures. The lectures will be held at the Lycklamahuis, Tinco's family home. This building will not be open to the public outside of the lectures. The lectures are organised by the Beetsterzwaag historical society (page in Dutch) in collaboration with cultbee.nl (page in Dutch).

All lectures are in Dutch. Personalized English-language lectures may be available on request.

 

June 21, 2018 – Tinco Lycklama and the Foundation – a digital adventure come to life. Speaker: Hans Zijlstra, committee member of the Tinco Lycklama Foundation. Th…

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Programme of the lectures at the Tinco exposition Beetsterzwaag – Summer 2018 A series of lectures held every Thursday evening at the Tinco Lycklama exposition* in Beetsterzwaag. Subjects include amongst others: the Frisian nobility, Orientalism, Tinco in Syria and the archeology of the Ancient Near East during Tinco's lifetime. You can learn more about Tinco Lycklama by attending one or more lectures. The lectures will be held at the Lycklamahuis, Tinco's family home. This building will not be open to the public outside of the lectures. The lectures are organised by the Beetsterzwaag historical society (page in Dutch) in collaboration with cultbee.nl (page in Dutch).

All lectures are in Dutch. Personalized English-language lectures may be available on request.

 

June 21, 2018 – Tinco Lycklama and the Foundation – a digital adventure come to life. Speaker: Hans Zijlstra, committee member of the Tinco Lycklama Foundation. There is a Rue Lycklama in Cannes, France. That street name was the beginning of an investigation that led to the establishment of the Tinco Lycklama Foundation. You'll be taken on a (digitally) illustrated journey with Tinco, encountering exceptional people and places and the discoveries made by the Foundation along the way.  

 

June 28, 2018 – Tinco in the city of the Persians. Speaker: dr. Corien Vuurman, historian of photography and culture. Tinco's journey through Persia and his visit to Persepolis are placed in their cultural historical context. Corien Vuurman obtained her doctoral degree with the dissertation “Fascination for Persepolis”. The Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden has an exposition on the subject until May 26.  

 

July 5, 2018 – The four worlds of jonkheer Tinco. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Yme Kuiper, professor emeritus from Groningen. Tinco and the age in which he lived: a. originating from Frisian (new) nobility; b. the world of the (Dutch) elites and their country houses; c. the allure of foreign, strange cultures (orientalism); d. the catholic emancipation of the second half of the 19th century.  

 

July 12, 2018 – Tinco in Syria – then and now. Speaker: Theo de Feyter, archaeologist, artist, expert in Syrian affairs. In this lecture, Tinco's journey through Syria is illustrated with the paintings made there by Theo de Feiter from the nineties until 2017 in Syria. Including a discussion of the changes within the area and modern times.  

 

July 19, 2018 – lecture held in WOLVEGA Tinco and the Paris World's fair Speaker: Gerhild van Rooij, publisher and artist. Tinco lies buried in the cemetery of the St. Franciscuskerk in Wolvega. A chapel stands adjacent to the grave. The original (timber) chapel was purchased by Tinco at the World's fair in Paris.   This lecture is organized in collaboration with the Tsjerkepaad-commissie of the St. Franciscuskerk in Wolvega. 

 

July 26, 2018 – TBA   August 2, 2018 – TBA   August 9, 2018 – Adventurers in search of treasure and fame. Archeology in Lycklama's age. Speaker: Dr. Lucas Petit (page in Dutch), curator, ANE collection of the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden. Who were digging up the Ancient Near East in Tinco's time? What did such an excavation look like? What were the dangers? And what has been found?  

 

August 16, 2018 – Concerning masks and dress in the paintings of the Tinco-exposition. Speaker: Gerhild van Rooij, publisher and artist. Precious hand-made Western and Eastern period dress and masks can be seen in the paintings of the Tinco exposition. The 19th century was the last era of a richly-dressed or costumed aristocracy, as can be seen in the painting “Bal Travesti chez le Baron Lycklama, 1874” (by Pierre Tatar van Elven).  

 

August 23, 2018 – Stories from the Lycklamahuis. Speakers: Jelle Ernst Dickhoff and Jikke Huisman, Beetsterzwaag. About the history of the building, its inhabitants and the dogs they kept there, the personnel, gardens and what by Tinco and Julia wrote about their visits to Beetsterzwaag in their letters. You'll get to hear funny anecdotes and have the opportunity to take a literal peak behind the curtains of the Lycklamahuis. 

 

August 30, 2018 – Frisian nobility: oars as oars. Speaker: Bearn Bilker, Stichting Staten & Stinzen (page in Dutch). There was a lot of nobility in Frisia. Almost every town had some noble lineage living on their estate. Were the Frisian noble families different from the nobility elsewhere in the Netherlands or abroad? Where did the nobility originate and what happened to them? Illustrated with several examples from noble families, e.g. the Harinxma's, the Sytzema's, the Heemstra's but certainly the Lycklama's as well, several typical traits of Frisian nobility are discussed.  

 

September 6, 2018 – To be announced

 

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When

  • every Thursday until September 7th, 2018from 20:00 to 21:00
  • Ontvangst in het Lycklamahus (geboortehuis van Tinco, tegenwoordig trouwlocatie) met koffie/thee vanaf 19:30 uur. Voorafgaand aan de lezing of na afloop kunt u onder het genot van een drankje het Lycklamahuis bezichtigen.

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  • Adult€5.00
  • Payment options: Cash, Online
  • Voorverkoop:
    Bij de kassa van de Tinco-tentoonstelling, Hoofdstraat 17, Beetsterzwaag.
    Openingstijden: woensdag t/m zondag van 11-17 uur.
    Online: www.historischbeetsterzwaag.nl/lezingen

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