A recap of the Never Grow Up! programme with highlights from two years of Dutch arts for new generations.
The Dutch Foundation for Literature asked writers and illustrators of children’s books to make a one-minute video in which they present their work.
As a result of the efforts of the collaborative project Never Grow Up!, five Dutch groups find their way to Washington, USA, for a season-long focus.
The National Archives of the Netherlands created an online research guide on the subject of slavery in the former Dutch East Indies between 1820 and 1900.
The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands searched its collection for traces of slavery and colonial history.
With almost twice as many activities as in the two previous years during the corona pandemic, the international cultural participation of Dutch artists and organisations recovered in 2022.
PhD Researcher Grace Leksana reflects on the speech by Gert Oostindie at the seminar 'Indonesia and the Netherlands: a joint future'.
The speech of festival director Viktorien van Hulst at the seminar ‘Indonesia and the Netherlands: a joint future’.
Gert Oostindie spoke of the contemporary significance of the colonial past at the seminar 'Indonesia and the Netherlands: a joint future'.
The cultural centre of the Netherlands in the Indonesian capital Jakarta reflects a dynamic relationship between the two countries.
'Seeking a cross-border measuring tool', a study of the interconnectedness in the Flemish-Dutch theatre sector.
In 2020, the international activities of Dutch artists and cultural organizations dropped by 72% due to the corona pandemic.
Playfulness is a recurring theme in the Dutch culture: there seems to be a particular gamesome gene present, starting with Erasmus.
In 2018 Dutch artists participated in more than 15,000 cultural activities in 108 different countries.
In this series of interviews, DutchCulture asks cultural attachés holding office in the focus countries of the International Cultural Policy of the Netherlands about their experiences.
An exploration of Dutch-language music export between Belgium and the Netherlands.
Dutch artist Magda Augusteijn created an innovative web documentary about the history of the former mining town Moengo in Suriname.
The proximity, shared language and history make it easy for Dutch artists to find their way to Belgium.
London and the music industry dominate the Dutch cultural production in the United Kingdom. But it is well worth looking beyond the capital and discover new opportunities.
A floating exhibition tells the story of a 200-year-old Belgo-Dutch canal Zuid-Willemsvaart.
‘It is not difficult to find a basis for cooperation. After all, each country cares for its heritage and thus faces similar issues.’
In the remote Russian city of Naryan-Mar, an exhibition has opened on the seventeenth-century Dutch statesman Nicolaes Witsen, one of the symbols of the shared history of Russia and the Netherlands.
Work of Dutch artists Piet Mondrian and Mark Manders is currently on show in Japan.
The United States remains the second most popular foreign destination for artists from the Netherlands.
'Angels of Amsterdam' is a virtual reality experience based on the true stories of four 17th century women fighting for their rights.
Indonesia’s independence in 1949 did not mark the end of Dutch influence. Many Dutch colonial structures remained in use.
Rather than digging in the mud, future archaeologists will work from behind their computers using satellite imagery to detect archaeological sites.
The 1960s saw important diplomatic shifts between the Netherlands and Indonesia, which laid the foundation for the current bilateral relationship, and the opening of the Erasmus Huis in 1970.
Throughout the past decades, the Erasmus Huis has strengthened its role as a centre for cultural diplomacy for the Netherlands in Indonesia.