Save 17/11, 24/11 and 1/12/23 in your calendar for a new edition of Mmmonk School. This year we will explore biocodicology, multilingualism and much more!
Mmmonk was voted 1st runner up and 2nd runner up in two categories at the Digital Humanities Awards!
On 17 February 2023 Mmmonk hosted a conference on manuscripts and IIIF at the Royal Library in Brussels. The recordings of the afternoon programme are now available on YouTube.
About abbeys and manuscripts
Children discuss medieval manuscripts
Five children share their thoughts on six Medieval manuscripts. Can they make sense of a world of miniatures, gold, droleries, parchment and Latin?
Mmmonk School is a webinar series with basic introductions by experts on various aspects of the medieval book, e.g. heraldry, bookbindings, miniatures, dating formulas, reading culture...
IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) facilitates the use of digital images in research, teaching and communication. Follow a step by step workshop which requires no technical knowledge.
Contemporary Art Exhibition
Six artists created art pieces based on the Mmmonk manuscripts. Discover their art in the exhibition at Bruges Public Library from 1 December 2022 until 4 February 2023 or get a sneak peak on our website.
What is Mmmonk?
Mmmonk stands for Medieval Monastic Manuscripts – Open – Network – Knowledge. It is a collaborative project between Bruges Public Library, Ghent University Library, Major Seminary Ten Duinen in Bruges and Ghent Diocese. The project is funded by the Flemish Government (Department Culture, Youth and Media). Mmmonk unites the circa 820 extant medieval manuscripts from four important Flemish abbeys on a digital platform using the international IIIF protocol. Learn more about our goals, funding, corpus, methods and partners.