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Please find here an overview of activities and projects the Prince Claus Fund initiates and supports. For upcoming activities you can take a look at the Calendar.

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 180 Amsterdammers: Make food, not war

13.3.2017 180 Amsterdammers: Make food, not war

Amsterdam is home to 180 nationalities. That’s a world record.  For the Freedom Feast on 5 May 2017 at De Hallen Amsterdam, the Prince Claus Fund and the OBA are inviting 180 Amsterdammers from different countries to share a meal together. 

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Prince Claus Fund at TEFAF Maastricht Fair 2017

8.3.2017 Prince Claus Fund at TEFAF Maastricht Fair 2017

As a partner of The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF), the Prince Claus Fund will have a visual presence at the art fair, starting 10 March 2017. TEFAF has supported the Fund’s Cultural Emergency Response programme (CER) since 2008, in order to give urgent help when heritage is under imminent threat from natural or man-made disasters. 

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Mobility Fund – now accepting applications

28.2.2017 Mobility Fund – now accepting applications

The Prince Claus Fund’s Mobility Fund supports the cross-cultural exchange of artists and cultural practitioners.

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Announcing the Magnum Foundation Fund

20.2.2017 Announcing the Magnum Foundation Fund

The Prince Claus Fund and Magnum Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the Magnum Foundation Fund, a program to expand creativity and diversity in documentary photography. The Magnum Foundation Fund will provide production grants, project development support and mentorship, and other critical resources to both emerging and...

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Free Publication: how to safely evacuate at risk heritage objects

14.2.2017 Free Publication: how to safely evacuate at risk heritage...

Endangered Heritage: emergency evacuation of heritage collections, is a self-help publication that illustrates a simple work-flow for documenting and moving threatened collections to temporary safe havens. It was created within the framework of UNESCO’s...

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