We too follow the instructions of the RIVM (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment), the government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Read the answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding covid-19 here.
All extra measures regarding covid-19 at a glance (2020/2021)
To artists, intermediaries, museums and art institutions: the Mondriaan Fund is providing extra support in times of corona. All additional measures are listed in one overview below. It is regularly updated.
Latest update: 31 december 2021
Covid-19 measures in 2021:
- Temporary compensation for own contribution for Art Heritage Presentation (closed)
- Kunstenaarshonorarium (closed)
- Corona Bridging Grant for Artists, Curators, Researchers (closed)
- Corona Regulation Grants for Collection Management Personnel (closed)
- Compensation Grant Art Platforms (closed)
- Corona Grant Art Halls (closed)
- Corona Grant Museums with a Private Collection (closed)
- De Korte Verbeelding (Dutch only) (closed)
Covid-19 measures in 2020:
- Project Grants for Artists and Intermediaries (including support linked to the corona crisis) (closed)
temporary grants for working periods of up to six months, to compensate for losses and reflect on new projects
- Compensation for Stand Rental at Dutch Art Fairs (closed)
a compensation for stand rental for galleries at Art Rotterdam: the compensation is managed through the fair.
- Corona Crisis Compensation Arrangement for Museums with over 100,000 Annual Visitors (closed)
the Mondriaan Fund matches the amount already awarded by the region to the museum in question.
- Corona Crisis Compensation Arrangement for Museums with 40,000-100,000 Annual Visitors (closed)
the corona virus compensation arrangement for museums with up to 100.000 visitors is a new arrangement complementing the possibilities for regional museums of national importance for the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW).
- Corona Crisis compensation arrangement for museums with 7.500 or more visitors (closed)
a grant for museums with an average of 7.500 or more visitors
Frequently asked questions
Read the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions regarding covid-19 in relation to new applications below. A total overview of frequently asked questions can be found here.
The coronavirus means that the future has become more uncertain. Does it make sense to submit an application at this moment?
- Yes, it certainly makes sense to submit an application. We hope that, in spite of the coronavirus crisis, everyone will keep doing so.
It is possible that the Corona crisis will affect my ability to complete my project. Can I discuss this possibility in my application?
- If you already suspect that the corona virus may affect your ability to realize your project, you need to discuss this in your application. To what degree might it be affected and how are you coping with that possibility? In order to be approved for a project, a plan has to be achievable and practicable. If the project cannot be begun within a foreseeable time because of the corona virus, it is possible that the application will be refused.
Is it worthwhile to apply for support for travel or a working period in another country during the Corona crisis?
- Yes. But take into account any potential interference that the coronavirus may have on your plans. If the country you wish to travel to becomes subject to a negative travel advisory after you have applied, then the amount of support is still valid for the period covered in your application. If that negative travel advisory continues for the entire period, get in touch with your contact person at the Mondriaan Fund.
Can I apply for a project in a country for which there is currently a negative travel advisory (code red or orange)?
- Yes, this is possible if you expect the negative travel advisory to change to positive in the foreseeable future. See also the answers given above. Mondriaan Fund regulations require that we not support projects in countries for which a negative travel advisory is in effect.
Where can I find an overview of the deadlines in 2021?
- The Mondriaan Fund wants as many projects and grants as possible to continue as normal. Unfortunately, there are no application rounds for the Residencies abroad in 2020/2021. As soon as they can be offered again, we will mention this on our website. An overview of the other deadlines of 2021 can be found in our overview of grants and in the calendar.