There are lively contacts with cultural heritage institutions, including the Special Collections of the University Library, the Amsterdam Museum, the Amsterdam City Archive, the National Maritime Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Rembrandthuis, and the Jewish Historical Museum.
The ACSGA stimulates contacts between scholars in- and outside the University of Amsterdam. At its regular interdisciplinary research seminar (6-8 meetings per year), invited speakers discuss current research themes. Admission to these seminars is free.
The ACSGA produces its own peer-reviewed book series: Amsterdam Studies in the Dutch Golden Age (published by Amsterdam University Press).
The ACSGA organizes projects and conferences in cooperation with external parties, including research institutes and cultural heritage institutions such as libraries, museums and archives.
The ACSGA offers various educational tracks about the Dutch Golden Age in its global context, including Bachelor and Master courses, a one year regular Master track and a Research Master track.