AiR Platform NL

AiR Platform NL

Dec. 2, 2016 in Delft, The Netherlands

How can artist organizations, artist-in-residence programs and governments work together at local level to enhance the European cultural landscape? The 'encounter' AiR for Experiment took place 2at Lijm & Cultuur in Delft, the Netherlands.

Drop by in our Amsterdam office on 13 December for workshops, theme sessions and advice - all the DutchCulture colleagues will gladly explore with you the next steps in your international career.

27 October 2016 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Platform Werkplaatsen was invited to speak about the urgency of forming collaborative structures in the creative industries during one of the morning sessions of the Stimuleringsfonds program at the DutchDesignWeek in Eindhoven.

Sept 29 - Oct 2 2016, in Barcelona, Spain

DutchCulture | AiR Platform NL was invited to contribute to a week of meetings to form a new platform for mobility in the North African countries, the North Africa Cultural Mobility Map (NACMM).

4 September 2016 in Oost-Souborg, The Netherlands

We joined the 5-year jubilee of the IK Foundation with the festive opening of an exhibition including the artists who resided in the IK pavilions over the past 5 years.

Last summer Motel Spatie (Arnhem) founder and organizer Claudia Schouten worked in Wroclaw, Poland.

Platform Werkplaatsen is a joint venture between Dutch and Flemish workshops and labs for artists and designers. This platform is co-founded and supported by AiR Platform NL, platform for artist-in-residence programs in the Netherlands.

6 July 2016, Beers, The Netherlands

AiR Platform NL joined a network meeting for AiR programs in Brabant, organized by BKKC (Center for arts and culture Brabant) and hosted by  MIET air; a residency for artists who work in bronze, metal and stone.

5-7 April 2016, New Orleans, USA

The Alliance of Artists Communities organized its 2016 Emerging Program Institute at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. AiR Platform NL took part in sharing experience for AiR organizers from the artist perspective in small workshops sessions.

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