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Open Call Mentorship Building Beyond
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Open Call Mentorship Building Beyond

The Creative Industries Fund NL and The Prince Claus Fund jointly organize the programme Building Beyond. Are you a creative, designer, artist, thinker or architect from Africa and are you interested in a mentorship programme? Can you reimagine the future of your city through design and creative problem-solving? This is an invitation to dream with us.

In this open call, we invite you to define the future of public space, community and functionality on a growing continent by activating the imagined possibilities of your localised contextualities.

Across the world, urban centres and youth populations are growing rapidly, but nowhere more so than on the African continent. With increased levels of population, polarising societies, anthropogenic climate change, and rising levels of inequality; we urgently need new perspectives and sustainable solutions for how we live and what the future could behold. We need radical ideas grounded in community and care. Ideas of hope that dream new realities into being.

At the Prince Claus Fund and the Creative Industries Fund NL, we believe in making space for new generations of creatives who actively challenge dominant power structures and put forward new methods for engaging with communities. We believe in making space for unique perspectives on the world and in amplifying the exciting future-proof solutions you have for your communities. Our viewpoint is that these critical design practices and creatively driven solutions could catalyse new forms of activism, stimulate change, reaffirm agency and strengthen ownership.

This belief is at the core of Building Beyond, a new mentorship programme for individuals from Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Egypt, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, Tanzania, Tunisia, Chad, South Africa, and South-Sudan.

Through Building Beyond, we are forming a space where you and your peers can reflect on the future of your communities. This is an alternative educational structure that aims at fostering thought leadership, promoting criticality, and reframing design-based practices. This programme is part of a longer conversation on how creative practices rooted in locality, community, queer theory, decoloniality and/or intersectional approaches can lead us toward new perspectives and fresher methodologies, as well as promote transformative urban agendas on how we inhabit the world and our continent. We invite creatives, designers, artists, thinkers, architects, and those working anywhere in-between to join us.

Mentorship Building Beyond
Cities are defined by the energetic intermingling of different people, politics, cultural expressions, infrastructures and economies. In the turmoil of urban life, we struggle with the ownership of land and public spaces, monopolised access to the property, the escalating effects of climate change, increased levels of A.I. and street surveillance, as well as shrinking civic and political spaces. In this reality, creatives are opening up spaces for autonomy to reimagine what society and community mean; while dreaming new forms of life into being.

For the mentorship Building Beyond, we invite you as an emerging artist, designer, creative and thinker whose practice relates to design, public space, architecture, activism, policy, and the digital space to propose new methods for investigating challenges relating to your city, its surroundings and its communities. We are excited by experimental out of the box practices that move beyond disciplinary and thematic boundaries and especially welcome applications from individuals who consider community needs and desires while promoting the inclusion of women and other marginalised groups.

Building Beyond is an alternative educational space that brings together 12 creative thinkers and doers with at least 5 years of experience in design practice, design research and design disciplines. It merges the creatives with 4 mentors in a year-long programme. Each participant will develop a body of work, receive mentorship guidance, an active exchange of ideas and opportunities for collaboration. If you are selected, you will be part of an international and interdisciplinary peer group that jointly dives deeper into this practice.

The 4 mentors will guide you throughout the programme, which consists of two Labs (week-long mentoring intensives, one in person and one online), monthly online masterclasses, peer-group sessions and a visitor's programme in the Netherlands where there will be opportunities for exchange and to build your network with the Dutch field. Each participant receives an award of €10.000 to work on the concept for a body of work that is outlined in their application.

How to apply?
Applications can be completed via the Prince Claus Awards Platform. Please consult the Guidelines & Eligibility before applying and check out the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

Timeline
The deadline for the submission of project applications is  1 November 2021 23:00 CET.  Only complete submissions received in the platform before the deadline can be considered.

Prince Claus Fund
The Prince Claus Fund's mission is to support, honour and connect artists and cultural practitioners in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe, especially where cultural expression is under pressure. We stand firm with those who create, who believe in the transformative power of culture, who advance new ideas and develop new perspectives.

Creative Industries Fund NL
Creative Industries Fund NL is the Dutch cultural fund for architecture, design and digital culture, as well as every imaginable crossover. It strives to make a substantial contribution to the quality of professional design practice within and especially between the disciplines of architecture, design and digital culture. Part of this endeavour is the interdisciplinary interplay between the cultural, social and economic domains. Creative Industries Fund NL supports exceptional and innovative projects and activities of designers, makers and cultural institutions in the creative industries.

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Round 2: Open Call Building Talent 2021 for starting makers and designers

The Fund is looking for starting makers and designers within the disciplines of architecture, design and digital culture who would like to participate in a three-month collaborative programme with experienced designers or design agencies. In this second round, there are 38 spots available at a range of design agencies and practices across the entire breadth of the creative industries. Starting makers and designers can now subscribe to proposals submitted by experienced design agencies. You can subscribe up until 8 November 2021.

By means of this open call, the Creative Industries Fund NL is offering starting makers and designers the opportunity to work with experienced agencies on topical issues and design tasks. The programme involves a three-month working period, during which the starter will work directly with an experienced professional to explore a specific subject in greater depth.

From 9 August to 13 September, experienced designers and design agencies could submit their research proposal. This concerned a design task, research question or experiment formulated by the agency. An external advisory committee has selected 38 applications from these proposals.

Up until 8 November 2021, starting makers and designers can subscribe to one of these selected proposals. Based on the motivation and the profile, an external advisory committee will make a match between an experienced design agency and the starter. The Fund will then provide a grant to both parties. Subscribing to one of the tasks is relatively easy and takes little time.

objective
The objective of the call is to strengthen the connection of starting makers and designers with the professional field and to support the work field by creating extra room for in-depth research and experimentation. In this way, the Fund aims to contribute to strengthening the knowledge, experience, network and entrepreneurship of starters.

two rounds
Building Talent has two rounds. Both rounds have a system of two open calls for submissions:

round 1:
Open Call 1: Experienced design agencies – 17 May to 21 June 2021 (closed)
Open Call 2: Starting makers/designers – 15 July to 31 August (closed)
Period of collaborative programme: autumn 2021

round 2:
Open Call 1: Experienced design agencies – 9 August to 13 September 2021 (closed)
Open Call 2: Starting makers/designers – 11 October to 8 November (current open call)
Period of collaborative programme: first quarter 2022

Open Call Building Talent 2021 for starting designers (round 2)
• Total budget available for round 2 is € 475.000 which will allow for the establishment of 38 collaborative programmes.
• Amount available per collaborative programme: € 12,500 (€ 6,250 for the design agency and € 6,250 for the starting maker/designer)
• Submit up until 8 November 2021
• Duration of collaborative programme: three months (starting in the first quarter of 2022)
• Available to starting makers and designers from across the creative industries

Read here the most frequently asked questions about Building Talent.

who is this open call for?
Building Talent is for starting makers and designers with a maximum of four years' work experience in the Netherlands in the disciplines of design, architecture or digital culture. We offer a spot to a wide range of starters in the creative industries, for instance landscape architects, graphic designers, social designers, fashion designers, creative coders, scenographers and many other disciplines. The grant scheme is open to talents who have graduated from a relevant study, and also to makers and designers who have developed their professional practice without having completed a study.

which proposals can be subscribed to?
The research proposals concern a design task, research question or experiment formulated by the experienced designer or the design agency. The proposals often take as starting point a self-chosen theme, a fascination, a social task or an otherwise relevant subject, where there is an important role to be filled by a starting maker or designer. In addition, many of the projects we have selected are important for the design field and have a social or societal character.

You can subscribe to one of the following proposals:

Architecture

1. Thijs de Zeeuw – Landschapsarchitect – Design for the non-human
2. Site Practice – Countryside practices
3. RAAAF – Material Playground
4. NEXT architects – Schools with future value
5. Rubén Dario Kleimeer – The New Coastline
6. Atelier Blik – A suite for people and nature
7. Radartoren Architectuur – From potato shed to test-site for the arts

Digital Culture

8. Bakken & Baeck – Roaming the Black Box
9. Prinsen.Studio – Open source template for music videos
10. Johannes Verwoerd Studio – Live Type
11. Stichting FIBER – How to Design Towards A Regenerative Internet

Interdisciplinary

12. Inside Outside – Bioreceptive Textile Prototypes
13. Supertoys Supertoys – Virtureal: objects in-between the digital and physical
14. StoneCycling – Online tactility of aesthetic construction materials made from waste
15. Bas Kosters Studio – Joy
16. Bureau LADA – City of Social Ecology
17. DOOR Architecten – Architecture as a service, a sharing economy where wealth makes way for wellbeing
18. Studio RAP – Digital Craftmanship with Ceramics
19. roomforthoughts – The Anoiksis Map

Design

20. Heleen Klopper – Woolfiller recycled
21. STUDIO INEKEHANS – footprint 1850
22. Marjan van Aubel – Solar Search
23. Studio Kars + Boom – The Urban Jungle
24. Isaac Monté – Rope
25. Studio Bernhard Lenger – New Watersystems
26. VANTOT – Controversy
27. Richard Niessen – Identity The Palace of Typographic Masonry
28. Kossmandejong – Growth
29. Stichting The Image Society – SWIPE
30. Anne Ligtenberg – #YouToo?
31. Studio Elisabeth Klement – Public Display
32. Buro Now – My office is my home!
33. House of Thol – Capitalise on the impact: research and application of innovative and sustainable materials
34. Studio Marije Vogelzang – Imagine Eating
35. Studio SociaalCentraal – 'Beschuit met Aandacht' card game
36. Vandejong – From Talent to Talent
37. Studio Simone Post – Lasting Leather
38. Humade – Linking Elements

Read more about the content of the proposals, the intended working period and the profile of the design agency in this document.

set-up collaborative programme
The collaborative programme is aimed at developing knowledge and portfolio of both the agency and the designer. It involves a part-time working period of three months, to be started in the first quarter of 2022.

During the collaborative programme, we expect a weekly commitment from both the agency and the designer, so that a research project can be started or experiments can be carried out in a constructive and substantive way. This is based on a minimum commitment of two days per week for the starter. For the design agencies, a minimum commitment of one day per week is assumed for guidance by an experienced designer during the entire period. In addition, the agency is expected to provide a physical workplace during the course of the programme.

The Fund makes a subsidy of up to € 12,500 available per collaborative programme. Of this, € 6,250 is intended for the design agency and € 6,250 for the starting maker or designer.

Before the start, both parties make concrete agreements about the collaborative programme.
After an external advisory committee has made a match between the starting maker or designer and the experienced design agency, an introductory meeting is held to concretize and formalize the collaboration. The collaborative programme can begin when both parties have together achieved a collaboration agreement and an elaboration of the design task. In addition, we expect that any limitations brought by COVID-19 measures will be taken into account in the design and implementation of the programme.

online consultation hours Building Talent
Are you planning to submit an application to Building Talent and would you like more information, or do you have a specific question? On 21 October and 1 November, the Fund is hosting two public online consultation hours. Register here for the consultation hour of your choice and leave your question in the form so that it can be dealt with by Carlijn Limburg and Tibor Bijl from the Building Talent team. In addition, Carlijn Limburg will be sharing more about Building Talent at the Online Get a Grant event on October 26.

additional conditions
• The starting maker or designer has a maximum of 4 years' working experience in the disciplines served by the Fund. By means of a portfolio and CV, the applicant shows that they have demonstrable experience in the creative industry.
• The starting maker or designer positions themselves as a professional within the Dutch creative industry. In addition, a starter resides in the Netherlands during the working period and has a work and residence permit (if required);
• In this round, applicants may subscribe to a maximum of one proposal;
• There is no question of an existing commissioning-client relationship between the parties involved;
• The process cannot be part of a study or education programme. An applicant must be a graduate and/or working as a professional;
• A starting maker or designer subscribes in a personal capacity; it is not possible to apply for these positions as a studio or collective.

submission
Starting makers and designers can subscribe to one of the selected research proposals from the design agencies until 8 November. Subscribing takes place via the Creative Industries Fund NL's online application environment. Select the round 'Building Talent 2021 – Round 2: starting designers'.

Subscribing to one of the tasks is relatively easy and takes little time. In order to be considered for a contribution from Building Talent, we ask designers and makers to explain their own motivation and vision in a designer's canvas. In addition, you will need to submit your portfolio and CV to demonstrate your affinity with the selected research proposal and design agency.

An application consists of:
1. A fully completed application form;
2. A fully completed designer's canvas (1 A3, see Building Talent designer's canvas + explanation);
3. A concise portfolio of recent projects (max. 10 A4), where in the case of collaboration projects your own contribution is clearly indicated.
Please note: a portfolio with only a reference to a website is not sufficient for the assessment of your application. The portfolio that you submit must consist of a curation of relevant work: a selection of the work you would like the advisory committee to see. This can optionally be supplemented with links for additional context or information;
4. A CV (maximum 2 A4)

If the application fails to satisfy the above, it will not be possible to assess the substance of the application.

Please note: for this specific open call, it is not necessary to be registered with the Chamber of Commerce when creating an account. If you are not registered with the Chamber of Commerce, enter the same information under organization details as under personal details.

NB: when submitting the application, please be careful with privacy-sensitive information. The designer's canvas, portfolio and CV will be passed on to the experienced design agency in the event of a positive assessment.

Create an account for the online application environment in good time. Activating a new applicant account can take one business day.

what are the assessment criteria?
For the assessment of applications, the Fund is advised by a committee of external experts with relevant expertise.

This committee assesses the applications on the basis of the following three criteria, each of which will be given equal weight in the assessment:

1. Approach to the design task;
2. Quality of the designer's work; and
3. Professionalization and alignment of the design task with the applicant's own development potential

The assessment of this open call takes the form of a tender: this means that, within the available budget, a number of proposals are prioritized over other submissions. Only projects with a positive assessment can be supported.

The positively assessed applications will be ranked on the basis of the average scores for the assessment criteria. The committee uses a five-point scale: 1. unsatisfactory; 2. moderate; 3. satisfactory; 4. good; 5. very good. If the total of applications with a positive advice exceeds the available budget for the round, priorities are set. The contribution advised by the committee is awarded to the highest-scoring applications, provided the total does not exceed the subsidy ceiling.

If, on the basis of the average final score, applications end up equal in their response to the task in question, these equal-scoring applications will be ranked according to the extent to which the professionalization and alignment with your own development potential in relation to the design task is the most current.

The highest-rated proposal is offered as a match to the relevant design agencies, after which the maker or designer and the agency discuss the details of the collaborative programme. After this discussion, both parties can indicate whether the collaboration can definitely go ahead. If this is not the case, the next starting maker or designer on the ranking list will be approached for an interview with the design agency.

selection procedure
• confirmation and decision
You will receive confirmation of receipt by e-mail at the latest one week after the closing date. All applicants will be informed of the selection by 1 December 2021 at the latest. The definite matches will be announced via the Fund's website within 10 weeks of the closing date. The Fund will only communicate publicly about the selected proposals.

• follow-up procedure in the event of a positive decision
In the event of a positive decision, the selected starting makers or designers will be paired with the experienced design agencies. After selection and pairing, an introductory meeting takes place to concretize and formalize the collaboration. These meetings should be scheduled by both parties between 1 and 10 December.

• matching
In the event of a successful match, the grant will be awarded to the design agency and the starting designer or maker under the conditions of a collaboration agreement and a further-developed version of the design task. In this start-up phase, both parties work together to draw up these starting documents.

• start collaboration period
After a positive assessment of the starting documents by the Fund, the decision will be finalized and the collaborative programme can actually begin. The collaborative programme must begin within 3 months after matching.

The processing and assessment of the proposals submitted is carried out within the framework of the Open Call Grant Scheme. Any subsidy is awarded on the basis of the regulations applicable to this grant scheme. The following articles in those regulations do not apply to this open call:
article 4, paragraph 1, under c; e; f; j;
article 8, paragraphs 3, 6, 7, 8, 9;
article 18, paragraph 2.

contact
For questions about the call and procedure, please contact Carlijn Limburg or Tibor Bijl at bouwenaantalent@stimuleringsfonds.nl. Both can also be reached at 010 436 1600.

additional resources for makers due to COVID-19
Building Talent is part of the second support package for the cultural and creative sector. In February 2021, the Creative Industries Fund NL received additional resources from Minister van Engelshoven's second support package for the cultural and creative sector, to support makers in the design sector who have been hit hard by the COVID-19 situation.
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Open Call Fresh Perspectives #6

The Fund invites mid-career makers and designers from the creative industries to submit a proposal, together with a collaboration partner, which focuses on tackling a current social issue. By means of the Fresh Perspectives Open Call, the Fund aims to encourage designers with a good concept to enter into a collaboration with a renowned company, organization or knowledge institution. Submission is possible until Wednesday 27 October 2021.

The aim of this open call is to bring together designers and parties with a solid social or knowledge position. The Fund is challenging these parties to utilize this collaboration to achieve innovative, surprising solutions for today's design challenges.

Depending on the task, the results of the collaboration may assume a diversity of forms: a product, intervention or service, for instance. It is possible to work together with international partners. However, the applicant must be based in the Netherlands and there must be a predominantly Dutch interest in the project.

Creative Industries Fund NL is making € 270,000 available for this Open Call. The maximum contribution per project is € 45,000. Please note that this amount is granted in three phases.

phasing
The open call has three phases:

Phase 1: start-up phase – formalization of collaboration(s), funding, planning and research framework (3 to maximum 6 months). A maximum sum of € 10,000 per proposal is available for this phase. For the application for this phase, you describe the activities that contribute to focusing the content and organizational side of the project. In the initial phase, the partnership is perpetuated and substantive and financial support for the project in phase 2 is secured. The start-up phase is also there to conduct preliminary research, draw up collaboration agreements and possibly work out a first proof of concept.
Phase 2: implementation phase – further development and implementation of the project (maximum 2 years). A maximum sum of € 30,000 per proposal is available for this phase.
Phase 3: impact/presentation phase – possibility of additional funding to enhance the impact of the project outside the realm of the creative industries (maximum 6 months). A maximum sum of € 5,000 per proposal is available for this phase.

submission
The application for phase 1 can be submitted until Wednesday 27 October 2021 at the latest via the Creative Industries Fund NL's online application environment. Select 'Open Call Fresh Perspectives' from the drop-down menus.

The proposal consists of:
1. A project plan (max. 10 pages A4, portrait) containing:
a. A clear description of the social issue, problem or theme that the collaboration addresses. Place the proposal within current social developments and explain the social relevance of the project.
b. The maker's design vision and description of the project's content-related principles (including artistic principles). Postion the proposal within current design practice and explain the relevance of the project for the practice of the maker involved, and the maker's field.
c. Intended target groups: explain who the project is aiming at.
d. Planned approach: what methodology will be used and what are the intended results? Describe the activities that help to focus the content and organizational side of the project.
e. The collaboration: describe the motivation and added value of the collaboration for all the parties involved. In doing so, provide insight into the partner's knowledge and how the expertise of the maker and the partner complement each other.
f. An overview of the budgeted costs and the planning of the project for phase 1. The budget for phases 2 and 3 does not yet have to be submitted in a final version. Do include an estimate of the entire project costs (phase 1 and 2) in the plan. Indicate clearly which costs are incurred in which phase. Do you use phase 1 to perpetuate the co-financing / financial support for phase 2? In that case, include this in the coverage plan. You will find a sample budget on page 6 of the Grant Application Guide.
2. A portfolio of the designer/maker's work and information about the partner (max. 10 A4 pages);
3. CVs of the parties involved (max. 4 pages);
4. A recent extract from the Dutch Chamber of Commerce (KvK).
5. Letters of intent from the partner(s) involved.

N.B.: If the application fails to satisfy the above, it will not be possible to evaluate the substance of the application.
N.B.: Please note: request your login details for the online application environment in good time. It takes one working day for a new applicant's account to be activated.

assessment
This Open Call has its legal basis in the Creative Industries Fund NL's Open Call Grant Scheme. Read this grant scheme carefully before submitting an application.

The assessment of phase 1 is based on a project plan. A committee of external advisers will be consulted for the assessment of the plan. This panel will prioritize a number of proposals above the others. The advisers evaluate the proposal to gauge the extent to which it is in keeping with the aim of this Open Call. The advisers base their judgement on the following criteria:

a. The social relevance of the chosen design task;
This criterion examines how the proposal is positioned in relation to existing knowledge about the social issue being addressed and the extent to which it adds value to that knowledge. Are surprising and relevant questions being asked or new perspectives being highlighted? Does the proposal challenge current thinking and practices, or does it instead build on these? How and in what direction will new knowledge be sought and what results and insights are expected?
b. The extent of the project's effectiveness in terms of structure, methodology and expertise involved;
The more practical implementation side of the project is also examined. The committee assesses the extent to which the objective and structure are in line with each other and on which target groups the proposal focuses. It also looks at the clarity of the planned approach, the effectiveness of the chosen methodology and whether the expertise involved in carrying out the project gives confidence that the collaboration will lead to innovative results.
c. the quality and form of the collaboration;
Among other aspects, the committee considers the position of the maker within the project and the contribution and motivation of the partner. Is the collaboration on an equal footing and is the designer involved across the whole of the project? What is the partner's input?
d. The artistically relevant quality of the project;
The assessment of the artistically relevant quality of the project is dependent on context and discipline. Design practices associated with the various (sub)disciplines are taken into account by the advisers. Among other things, the committee looks at the creative and cultural added value of design in the approach to the issue and whether this approach is in line with the design vision of the maker involved. What is the content-related goal or starting point of the maker and how is this translated into a research study, design task, form or other means? In doing so, the committee considers which step the applicant intends to take with the new project.
e. The extent to which the project adds to existing practice/design practice.
This criterion examines how the project is positioned in relation to existing knowledge and practices within the field and the extent to which it adds value to that knowledge.

The committee may attach one or more conditions to a positive recommendation for the first phase, with which the project must comply in a possible second phase. An essential pre-condition for the second phase is a collaboration agreement for the implementation of the project signed by all parties involved.

The applicant submits a phase 1 report justifying the grant awarded. The report answers the following questions:
What are the results so far? (reflection on phase 1)
How are these results being built on? (preview phase 2)
How have the conditions set by the committee been incorporated into the proposal?

The report forms the basis for a monitoring discussion between the Fund and the applicant (and collaboration partner). The question of whether subsidy is to be granted for the second phase will be evaluated internally by the Fund by checking against the conditions set by the committee.

During or after phase 2 (depending on the course of the project), a maximum budget of € 5,000 can be applied for (phase 3). This budget is intended to increase the impact of the project and can be used to better disseminate results and/or knowledge. The applicant may submit a proposal to the Fund for this purpose. These proposals are evaluated in a meeting between the Fund, the applicant and an adviser.

procedure
The assessment of an open call takes the form of a tender: this means that, within the available budget, a number of proposals are prioritized over other submissions. Only projects with a positive assessment can be supported.

The processing and assessment of the proposals submitted is carried out within the framework of the Open Call Grant Scheme. Any subsidy is awarded on the basis of the regulations applicable to this grant scheme.

The following articles in these regulations do not apply to this open call:
Article 4, under f
Article 13. For this open call, any grant awarded for phase 1 will be paid out all at once. For phase 2, in the event of a grant being awarded, the Fund will pay out 80% of the amount awarded by way of an advance. The balance will be paid out following the decision to approve the subsidy at the end of the grant period, unless the decision to approve the grant specifies a lower amount.

The additional conditions stipulated by the Fund are as follows:
• The designer/maker is mid-career and has had their own practice within the field of design, architecture or digital culture for at least four years.
• The designer/maker submits the application, acts as the coordinator of the project and is involved in the entire process.
• Both parties are committed to the collaboration, and the collaboration was recorded in a collaboration agreement at the start of phase 2. Find more information about collaboration agreements here in Dutch.
• The expected added value of the collaboration for both the maker and the partner is clearly justified in the application;
• The project is currently in the start-up phase;
• There is no question of a commissioning-client relationship between the parties involved;
• All parties involved are aware of the Fair Practice Code. At the start of phase 2, the applicant provides an explanation of how the code is applied within the project.

selection
The selected proposals will receive funding from the Talent Development Programme.
The selection will be announced by 15 December 2021 at the latest, via the online application environment and on the Fund's website. From that moment on, the project can begin.

would you like to know more?
For questions about the Open Call and the procedure, please contact Hyun Vin Kaspers, h.kaspers@stimuleringsfonds.nl or call 010 436 1600.

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