Lesa e komunikado: Papiamentu
Are you affiliated with a museum, cultural heritage or visual arts related organisation in Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius or Sint Maarten? Does your organisation contribute to the visibility of the visual arts and/or cultural heritage on the islands? For example, through public presentations, reassessment of collections or multifaceted activity programmes? Or does your organisation have good ideas about the sustainable exchange of knowledge, research, partnerships or professionalising the arts and culture sector? Then you might be eligible to make use of the Caribbean Art Heritage Open Call.
Read the complete instructions, criteria and conditions in Dutch, English or Papiamentu:
Brief summary of the open call
Who is it for?
Museums, cultural heritage organisations and visual arts institutions in the Caribbean territories of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius and/or Sint Maarten).
What is it for?
The funding may be used for projects involving collections, exchange of knowledge, programmes and presentations open to the public. For example: exhibitions, reassessing collections, special (inter-island) partnerships between cultural heritage and visual arts institutions, and/or research. This call also accepts funding applications for organisational development.
The Mondriaan Fund is able to grant a fixed amount of €5,000, €10,000 or €20,000.
Motivation for this open call
Through this open call, the Mondriaan Fund aims to provide a contribution to the development of museums, cultural heritage and visual arts organisations in the Caribbean territories of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This call is part of a wider-ranging pilot project that aims to map out Caribbean visual arts and cultural heritage practices, in order to ensure our funding policy is also accessible and relevant for applicants in this region.
The submission deadline for applications for the Caribbean Art Heritage Open Call is 16 May 2022 before 5 PM timezone the Netherlands (Central European Time)/ 11 AM Caribbean time (Atlantic Standard Time).
Online information session
On Tuesday 29 March we hosted a plenary information session about the Caribbean Art Heritage Open Call.