Anne de Jaeger

comparative history of art

Anne De Jaeger (born in 1970) holds a degree in Art History and Archaeology from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Initially, she worked with the ULB's Centre de Recherche et d'Étude Technologique (Center for Research and Technological Study). Subsequently, she served as a tour guide in various Brussels museums, including Musée Horta, Musée des Instruments de Musique, and the Service Éducatif des Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique until 2004. Simultaneously, Anne devised tours and lecture series for the Arcadia ASBL, of which she is an active member (Cergeco Culture, Institut Horta, Wolu-Culture, etc.), with a focus on the interplay between different art forms ("Architecture and music," "Art and music from the Middle Ages to the present day"). Since 2003, she has held the position of Professor of Comparative Art History at the Brussels Conservatoire. Currently, she also imparts knowledge in art history and the history of the printed image at the École Supérieure des Arts LE 75.

Her ongoing research centers on the comparative history of the arts and the history of the printed image.

Anne De Jaeger also boasts a rich experience with Musique 3, where she dedicated 15 years to producing and presenting various music programs such as 'A bon entendeur,' 'Histoire de musique,' and 'Musique et autres muses.' Additionally, she contributed to 'Page Culturelle' and cultural magazines such as 'Tempo' and 'Hamlet.' Notably, she authored a radio drama based on Joseph von Eichendorff's 'Scènes de la vie d'un propre à rien,' featuring music composed by Franz Schubert.