STA'M

flemish masters in situ

Abdijrefter Phile Deprez

From June 1st to September 30th 2019 the ‘Flemish Masters in situ’ arts trail will put the spotlight on Flemish masterpieces that can still be admired in their original location.

STAM will draw special attention to the fourteenth-century frescoes in the refectory of the former Bijloke Abbey, which played an important role in the religious experience of the nuns who resided here. Discover the story behind this Last Supper! For the 'in situ' exhibition, the refectory will be laid out as it was in the fourteenth century. And brand-new touchscreens will plunge you so convincingly into the abbey’s eventful history that for a moment you will almost imagine you are one of the religious...

Even if you miss the arts trail, these frescoes can always be admired on a visit to STAM.

Flemish Masters in situ is an initiative of the Openbaar Kunstbezit Vlaanderen (OKV) and it is financed by Visit Flanders.