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The Art of Intervision

How about tackling your and your team's work questions amongst the Rembrandts, The Bull by Potter and Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring? That can be done at the Mauritshuis.

Under the guidance of an art historian from the Mauritshuis and a trainer from History@work, you will work on your learning points and problems using a specially developed intervision method. The combination of intervision, art history and location creates depth and lasting work results.


The programme begins with a short introduction about the Mauritshuis. Then, the participants enter the museum and everyone chooses a painting. An individual question is then addressed using that painting and a specially developed intervision method. The intervision is enhanced and reinforced by the stories from a Mauritshuis art historian.


Better functioning of the individual employees and of the group as a whole.

Target audience

Teams and departments.


  • Insight into the backgrounds and assumptions at the root of the question.
  • Different possibilities for solving a problem.
  • A positive group development.
  • Knowledge about the Dutch paintings of the Golden Age.

Comments from previous participants:

  • 'Through the training, I came a step closer to my old fondness for the story' (Jan Strik, Akzo-Nobel)
  • 'I truly felt part of the Mauritshuis for a day. You take a look behind the scenes and actually experience that history and art are the basis for your own way of functioning in the present moment' (Ans van der Hammen, Ministry of the Interior)
  • 'The training offers much more than expected' ( Wim de Roos and Partners, MA)


Half day (4 hours).


Mauritshuis, The Hague


€ 2200 per group, including coffee and tea and access to the Mauritshuis.
The programme can be expanded with a lunch and/or drinks on location.
Minimum group size 6, maximum 12 participants.


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