Inge Zweerts de Jong

1001 women in 20th century Collaboration with Spark Women

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1001 Women in 20th Century visitshow details + €25.00 (EUR)*  

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  • 28 January 2019
    10:30 - 12:30

In collaboration with Spark Women – an Amsterdam based female entrepreneurial network – we invite you to join us for a guided tour of the exhibit “1001 women in 20th century” at the Amsterdam Museum. We will all meet at the Museum on Monday, 28 January at 10:30 am for coffee, followed by a guided tour of the exhibit till about 12. Those wishing to stay for lunch are welcome to, as the museum also has charming café we can reserve for those interested. The cost €25 includes museum entrance fee & guided tour. Join us to not only learn about women in the 20th century, but also, to meet, network and connect with fellow female entrepreneurs based in Amsterdam.

AmsterdamMuseumlogoKindly register by 15 January so we can confirm and book the event in a timely fashion.

When: 28th January 2019
When: 10.30am
Where: Amsterdam Museum cafe
Costs: €25 (including coffee, entrance and guided tour)

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Guest List:

  •  Marjolein Burgerhout
  •  Tea Gudek Snajdar
  •  Lisa Hall
  •  Hannah Huber
  •  Lara Manqui
  •  Jo Polak-Goodman
  •  Aleyda Santos
  •  Karen Shaw
  •  Deborah Valentine

In accordance with GDPR legislation, we are informing you that it is customary for photographs to be taken of and an article written about our events. If you do not wish to be in any photographs, or you do not want your name listed below as a guest, please inform the WBII.

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Address:
Kalverstraat 92, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 PH, Netherlands

Description:

The Amsterdam Museum is a meeting place for anyone who wants to learn more about the city.

Amsterdam Museum 
Amsterdam: a world city? Yes, but also small, quaint and strong-minded. Home to Johan Cruijff, Rembrandt, Ajax, the Red Light District, the Dutch East India Company and marijuana. The capital of the Netherlands. A 1000-year-old trading city that has a special relationship with water and a strong focus on entrepreneurship, creativity, citizenship and free-thinking. In the monumental Amsterdam Museum building you will discover the story of Amsterdam through a large number of masterpieces, such as an aerial map from the Middle Ages and Breitner’s The Dam. See, read about, hear and experience how the city has developed in the Amsterdam Museum.

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