Amsterdam Art is a not-for-profit organization that actively contributes to strengthening the contemporary art scene in the city. We do so by joining forces with local, national and international organizations and individuals, to create a community that inspires art lovers, artists, professionals and collectors all around the world.
A strong creative industry has a positive effect on the city’s residents and visitors. That is why at Amsterdam Art, we strive to connect people and art, offer talented young artists a platform, and enable Amsterdam’s contemporary art scene to excel at an international level.
Whether you are a company, individual or fund, your support enables Amsterdam Art to continue fulfilling its important role in the city’s contemporary art scene. Every contribution, whether large or small, one-off or ongoing, is essential in realizing the annual Amsterdam Art Weekend.
If you share our vision, we would like to get in touch with you. To find out more about sponsorships, partnerships, and the tax benefits of supporting Amsterdam Art please contact Suzanne Wallinga at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a (one-time) Donation
We feel very strongly that contemporary art should be accessible to everyone, which is why we want Amsterdam Art Weekend to remain a free event. If you share this opinion with us, please consider making a (one-time) donation. Every amount, whether small or large, makes a difference. We will also be hosting a special event this spring, inviting all of our supporters.
Amsterdam Art Ambassadors Circle
The Amsterdam Art Ambassadors Circle was established by art enthusiasts to help the organization realize its ambitions by lending financial support as well as acting as a consultative body. If you are interested in joining the Circle, please contact Suzanne Wallinga at email@example.com.
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Adformatie is the go-to cross-media platform for the marketing professional, providing news, background stories and the latest developments from the world of marketing, media, creation and communication 24 hours a day. The platform consists of the professional glossy Adformatie, the website Adformatie.nl, the daily and weekly e-mail newsletters and an online job bank. Adformatie also organizes various conferences, seminars and training courses.
The Amsterdam Fund for the Arts (AFK) conciously supports the arts that enrich the experience of living in the city of Amsterdam. The AFK encourages the quality, dynamism and diversity of the arts in Amsterdam, and contributes to the city's strong and richly varied cultural climate.
Capital C is Amsterdam's brand new center for the creative industry, located in the former Diamond Exchange on the banks of the river Amstel. Capital C provides spaces to meet, work and collaborate, connecting creative minds together.
With our rich history, we are one of the most unique hotels in Amsterdam. Our quiet location is very unique for 'city standards'. We encourage special meetings between normal people and normal meetings between special people. Hotel Arena is the spot where you drink, eat, work, sleep and dance. The spot where you talk and listen, discover and explore, go out and come home and get to know and meet.
The KunstKoop of the Mondriaan Fund offers Dutch individuals the possibility to pay for the purchase of an artwork in monthly instalments, without any interest. The aim of this service is to encourage private individuals to buy art and in this way to stimulate the Dutch art market in general. About 125 art galleries in the Netherlands cooperate with the KunstKoop, and therefore the use is widespread.
The Mondriaan Fund is the public fund for visual art and cultural heritage in the Netherlands. It enables plans, projects and programmes of artists, exhibition makers and critics, museums and other art and heritage institutions, and publishers and commissioners.
The OKA Foundation
The OKA Foundation is an Amsterdam-based but international operating not-for-profit organization that seeks to amplify the voices of selected emerging artists working in contemporary, digital, and new media arts to spark new connections and catalyze ideas to help them realize their visions and build sustainable practices. The Foundation also acquires contemporary artworks which remain part of the Foundation’s collection, however, are available for loan to institutions or public art-related spaces.
Sijthoff Media is a cross-media publishing company of news and corporate media. They specialize in the fields of IT, marketing, communications, creatives, local government and children media. Every month they reach more than 800 thousand professionals and more than 400 thousand children.
Young Collectors Circle
Interested in starting your own art collection? Young Collectors Circle membership brings you behind the scenes of the art world and opens doors that usually remain closed. Throughout the year, we present a wide range of events, connecting you with other art lovers, artists, seasoned collectors and art professionals. Your membership includes four activities of your choice and access to many more. Expand your knowledge, extend your social life and start collecting today!
Young & Connected
For more than 15 years now, publishing company Young & Connected specialize in effective communication with children and youths (age 6-28). Weekly magazines suchs as Kidsweek and 7Days have been popular education tools for many years. Young & Connected is also part of Sijthoff Media publishing group.