Shared Cultural Heritage Programme
9 Jul 2019
Our seven years' experience with the Matching Fund has allowed us to compile a list of Dutch funds aimed at national and international heritage projects.
2 Sep 2020
Jinna Smit shares her thoughts on the role shared heritage can play towards a shared future.
3 Sep 2020
This article shares the main outcomes of the brainstorm sessions held by the RCE concerning the upcoming international cultural policy period 2021-2024.
25 May 2020
The new podcast series 'De plantage van onze voorouders' by producer Maartje Duin investigates the traces of the slavery past within her family’s history.
2 Sep 2020
The National Archives of the Netherlands recently uploaded millions of extra scans online, making research from home much easier.
2 Sep 2020
This new project by Victorian-based artist, lawyer and academic Dr Drew Pettifer explores shared Dutch-Australian LGBTQ+ cultural heritage.
3 Sep 2020
‘Uit naam van de majesteit’ sheds new light on a controversial historical figure.
3 Sep 2020
An event took place in July aimed at engaging with a shared heritage site in new and artistic ways.
3 Sep 2020
Part 1 of this summer course for urban heritage professionals took place between 3 and 14 August 2020.
24 Mar 2020
Three volumes of the 'Dutch Sources on South Asia' series are now available online on the website of the National Archives of the Netherlands.
11 Feb 2020
Traces of Slavery and Colonial History in the Art Collection of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands
6 Apr 2020
Five new projects received support from DutchCulture’s Shared Cultural Heritage Matching Fund.
25 May 2020
The Gippsland Art Gallery presents recently discovered works of Dutch-Australian impressionist Jan Hendrik Scheltema (The Hague 1861― Brisbane 1941).
25 May 2020
Textiel Factorij is currently developing a project about shared intangible heritage focused on Indian artistic and historical perspectives.
25 May 2020
A three-year research project into people and events that have been memorialised in the capital of Suriname for the past 200 years was recently published.
25 May 2020
A Russian online initiative to imitate well-known paintings through photographs in times of social distancing reveals the popularity of Dutch art in Russia.
14 Apr 2020
Two books (in English and Dutch) have been published about the Netherlands Carillon in Arlington and this shared Dutch-North American history.

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