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Library Visits – Artists & Jacob Böhme

October 27th, 2016

In the beginning of 2016, artists Doreen Wittenbols, Heleen Wiemer, Roosmarijn Schoonewelle and curator Marjoca de Greef, visited The Ritman Library various times to study the German mystic Jacob Böhme (1575-1624). They studied Böhme’s ‘True Principles of All Things’ and the William Law edition of the works of Jacob Böhme, containing perhaps the first mystical pop-up […]

And there was Light! – Part II Minerva Art Academy

July 24th, 2014

And there was Light! (En er was Licht!) is an educational project by the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica in collaboration with the Jan van Rijckenborgh School, the Hanzehogeschool Academie Minerva and the Theosophical Library Amsterdam, made possible through a grant from the Iona Foundation. And the Elohim said, let there be Light! And there was Light… On Friday May 9th, […]

And there was Light! – BPH Educational Project

April 23rd, 2014

And there was Light! (En er was Licht!): an educational project by the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica in collaboration with the Jan van Rijckenborgh School Hilversum and the Minerva Academy Groningen, made possible through a grant from the Iona Foundation. And the Elohim said, let there be Light! And there was Light… On 15 April, 21 […]

Dan Brown visits The Ritman Library

January 15th, 2014

DAN BROWN VISITS THE RITMAN LIBRARY The New Year opened for The Ritman Library in a special way with a visit by Dan Brown, celebrated author of Inferno (to name only the most recent one of his bestsellers). Dan Brown greatly appreciated coming face to face with the primary sources of the Hermetic tradition as […]

Artist Christine Ödlund visits the library

March 8th, 2013
Audiography No.2, 2013, watercolour, water-soluble pencil and pencil on paper, 137 x 91 cm

The artist Christine Ödlund came to The Ritman Library with Marco Pasi last week, and we had the wonderful opportunity of meeting with her and talking about her interests related to the materials in the library’s collection. Christine is a cutting edge multi-media artist whose works have been shown in various museums from Sweden to Japan, […]