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Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes

Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes

Budget: € 3.000.000

The Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes in Architecture, Design and E-Culture is a grant programme through which the Creative Industries Fund NL supports multi-year programmes that promote the quality of architecture, design and E-culture and augment their societal and economic added value from a cultural perspective. In addition, with this grant programme the Fund aims to foster a cross-sector approach and cooperation between creative disciplines and relevant partners in activities programmes.

The Creative Industries Fund NL issues grants through this grant programme for two-year and four-year activities programmes in the domain of architecture, design, E-culture or a combination of these or adjacent sectors.

Institutions that receive a grant through the Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes are not eligible for any other grants from the Creative Industries Fund NL during the course of the programme covered by the grant.
Femke Dekker (chair)
Geert-Jan Bogaerts
Afaina de Jong
Sandra Fauconnier
Eric Kluitenberg
Bart Reuser
Susanne Russeler
Michaël Snitker
Applications for grants through the Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes can be submitted once a year. You must fill out the Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes application form in full and submit it to the Fund by the set deadline.

The deadline for the 2015-2016 multi-year programmes was 15 April 2014. The deadline for the 2017-2018 multi-year programmes was 13 April 2016.
For more information, please contact assistant secretary Grant Programme for Multi-year Programmes: Marieke Ladru.

grants issued Multi-Year Programmes

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Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes

Bureau Europa 2015-2016

2015

€280.000
Bureau Europa emerged in 2013 from the NAiM, part of the Netherlands Architecture Institute. As a presentation and network organization, the Bureau hosts exhibitions, lectures, debates and other activities in the field of architecture and design from a sociological viewpoint. In so doing the Bureau focuses primarily on Europe and the Euregion and its attendant sociological agenda. Bureau Europa wants to be not just a reflective and representative body, but also a proactive and agenda-making one. With its 2015 and 2016 activities, the organization seeks to investigate and stimulate how to extend the scope of the design practice and explore the new role of the designer. The multiannual programme spotlights two exhibitions per year with a supporting programme of workshops, research briefs, and other interventions. Pivotal to this is that a connection is established between history and the current situation. The key aim of the activities is to promote public interest.
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Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes

Archiprix 2015-2016

2015

€250.000
Archiprix Foundation annually presents the best graduation projects in the field of architecture, urban design and landscape architecture. In so doing it works together with all the Dutch postgraduate colleges. The colleges themselves put forward the candidates. A jury assesses the submissions, selects the winners and provides a general reflection. Archiprix also organizes closed competitions and workshops for participants. The 2015-2016 programme includes two editions of the national competition with accompanying activities, two closed competitions, and the implementation and preparation of an Archiprix International. In addition Archiprix seeks to instigate new initiatives, extend its range and open up the database, including reflection. The key aim of the activities is talent development.
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Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes

IABR 2015 - 2016

2015

€800.000
The International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, founded in 2001, maintains that architecture is of major public importance. The future of the city is central to all its activities. In point of fact the majority of the population lives in the city and it is where wealth is chiefly generated. This also impacts on energy consumption or gas emissions, for example. And over time the quality of city life can be undermined. In the IABR’s opinion, design and design-based research can make a valuable contribution to solving urban issues. The theme of the 2015-2016 programme is ‘The Next Economy’ and it focuses on the relationship between spatial design and the economy or, in other words, it is an investigation into the relationship between space and production. This links the city with four socioeconomic research issues: the city as platform for production, as platform for producer, as metabolism and the demand for new urban-development models. These issues will be reflected in the project ateliers or work places for design-based research. During the biennale these locations and results are reflected in the exhibitions. The central aim of the activities is innovation.
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Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes Programme

Sonic Acts 2015-2016

2015

€550.000
Sonic Acts was founded in 1994 as a festival for innovative, interdisciplinary art forms. Currently Sonic Acts annually develops a wide-ranging programme of events, commissioned work, public programmes, publications and international projects addressing the impact of technology on art, culture and society. Its accumulated knowledge is disseminated by acting as cultural innovator in established institutions, and in the period 2011-2013 it curated the Kontraste Festival in Krems (Austria). Sonic Acts focuses on research and on the physical, audiovisual experience of technological art, thus also making this more accessible to the less experienced public. The period up to 2016 sees Sonic Acts focusing on the theme ‘Dark Matter’, addressing the strange and unknown on our planet and man’s profound impact on the landscape. This will generate a number of publications brought out by Sonic Press, the monthly Sonic Acts Academy, commissions for new work, and two large-scale events: the Sonic Acts Festival in 2015 and the Sound Design symposium, a collaborative venture with the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ in 2016. The key aim of the activities is to promote cross-sector collaboration.
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Grant Programme for Multi-Year Programmes Programme

Mediamatic 2015 - 2016

2015

€600.000
Mediamatic focuses on research, development and presentation, and operates on the interface of cultural and social development. In the coming years the major issues are: biotechnology, public interest in ecology, shortage and food issues. Cornerstones of the programme are the Piss Project, about the value of urine; Social Sensor Networks, targeting new network-technology for citizens; Myco Plastics about application-oriented new material research with moulds; Bouwen met Leven (Building with Life), about integrating food production in urban architecture, and finally Schimmel Eten (Eating Mould) about designing food with micro-organisms. In addition interdisciplinary exploration is important for Mediamatic to respond to the current situation. The programme’s strands are realized in various different forms such as exhibitions, presentations and workshops. The key aim of the programme is innovation.
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