A programme for upcoming heritage professionals/academics who are concerned with how they can ethically engage with complex heritage to shape equitable futures.
DutchCulture invites artists and cultural organisations to add their 2022 projects to the DutchCulture Database.
The next deadline for the Matching Fund is 1 October 2023.
She will start in her new position at the Amsterdam-based foundation on 1 October 2022.
With a contribution of DutchCulture’s Matching Fund the diary which architect Berlage kept during his travels around the Dutch East Indies comes back to life.
The National Archives of the Netherlands and the Surinaams Museum sign an agreement to digitize 19th century records.
Exploring development potentials of the Van Ostrande-Radliff House in Albany (New York) and Kinderdorp Neerbosch (Nijmegen).
We look at Dutch international cultural activities in 2021, and explore the road into a post-Covid world.
To intensify cultural cooperation, a Dutch delegation visited Morocco and a Moroccan delegation visited the Netherlands.
Kòrsou - Curaçao can be visited from December 16, 2021 to October 23, 2022 in the National Archives in The Hague.
On the 17th and 18th of March a delegation of the National Archives of India visited the Dutch National Archives in The Hague and Emmen.
This year’s training will take place online, from 13 – 25 November 2022. Deadline for applications is 8 June 2022.
This year’s course is tailored to port cities and their water challenges and is open to professionals from Morocco, Egypt, Turkey and the Netherlands.
'That What Stays' ('Dat wat blijft') is a floating exhibition on an inland vessel navigating the canal.
The joint nomination consists of archives located in Suriname, Curaçao, St. Maarten and the Netherlands.
Through the Matching Fund, DutchCulture contributes to the additional programme of events and activities that take place outside the exhibition walls.
The theatre play about the young Khoe girl Krotoa, who became an interpreter and negotiator for the East India Company, is on stage again in South Africa.
18 Staff members of Embassies from focus and partner countries around the world participated in the training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories.
Photographs from the 1950s and 1960s of population groups from Suriname, such as the Maroons, now in Utrecht on display
A new name, a new website, a new logo and a new motto of the programme: From Shared Heritage to Shared Endeavors.