DutchCulture Open House
Drop by on 13 December for workshops, theme sessions and advice. We gladly help you take your next step to the international stage.
You are cordially invited to an afternoon full of inspiration, practical tips, personalised advice and networking opportunities.
For the Dutch cultural sector, international cooperation is becoming an indispensable part of doing business, but it does require specific knowledge and contacts. We are here to help you take a step further toward the international stage.
Come listen and share your experiences on 13 December. You can walk in at any time from 1 PM to 5 PM for themed sessions and workshops, personalised advice from experts, for instance on China, Brazil, Russia or Turkey, or for advice on heritage and artist–in–residencies.
Themed sessions – open to all
The Netherlands’ new international cultural policy: Where are your best possibilities abroad? An introduction to the policy for 2017- 2020 of the Ministry of Education, Cultural Affairs and Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Europe, yes we can: How did the Rotterdams Wijktheater en Filmhuis, a project that offers an online auditorium to 14 Dutch art cinemas, manage to attract European interest and funding?
A peep into the kitchen of DutchCulture: What can DutchCulture do for you as an advisor, coordinator or promoter? Our services to artists, embassies and foundations, and how we promote Dutch creativity abroad.
Workshops – limited availability
Creative Europe: Tips & Tricks: As a creative organisation, what should you know about the possibilities offered by the European Commission’s Creative Europe programme?
It Takes Two To Tango: Often it’s not for the lack of trying, but the road to the international stage can take unexpected turns. What partners and tools can help you be successful abroad? With telling examples about cooperating with Brazil and China.
How to Convince Funders?: How do evaluators in the public and private sectors look at an application? How do you write a successful application for the funding of your project? An experienced evaluator shares her knowledge and experiences.
Date: Tuesday, 13 December
Programme: You can walk in for themed sessions, workshops and personalised advice from 1 PM to 5 PM. The afternoon will be rounded off with refreshments and networking.
Locations: DutchCulture (Herengracht 474, Amsterdam) and Goethe Institute (Herengracht 470, Amsterdam)
Entrance: Free after registration. Want to bring a guest? Just state their name on the registration form.
We are looking forward to seeing you on 13 December!