Creative Industries Fund NL works on various programmes that focus on specific themes and objectives. These are programmed activities devoted to topical subjects that are important within the multifaceted sphere of activity of architecture, design and digital culture. This also includes all the project forms that arise from supplementary and/or interim policy initiatives of the Dutch Ministries of Education, Culture and Science (OCW), of Foreign Affairs (BuZa), and of Infrastructure and the Environment (IenM). For the 2013-2016 period, the Fund also implemented the Action Agenda for Architecture and Spatial Design, City and Region and Urban Transformations.
For product and furniture designers the Salone del Mobile in Milan is the ideal place to present themselves on the international stage. This year’s fair attracted more than 340,000 visitors, includi... more >
On my last SXSW evening I visited Chad Lawson’s piano concert in the small auditorium at St David’s Church. It formed the conclusion of an enervating five-day visit to the ultimate interactive/fil... more >
Salone del Mobile 2017, one of the largest, all-encompassing international fairs for furniture and product design, is being held in April. The Fund is supporting the presentation of 12 projects at the... more >
Are you working in the creative industries? Have you been invited by a foreign organisation to give a presentation on short notice? For example, to participate in an event, workshop, lecture or speak ... more >
In November, the Creative Industries Fund NL made vouchers available for makers who are presenting as part of the official South by Southwest (SXSW) programme in March 2015 in Austin, Texas. Eleven pr... more >
In the summer of 2016, the Creative Industries Fund NL reached out to creatives and organisations that were interested in presenting their work during the 30th anniversary edition of the Transmediale ... more >
Simone Trum of graphic design agency Team Thursday has been selected for a residency at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) in Seoul, South Korea. From May through August 2017, s... more >