Our recent exhibition, ‘Expat Impressions of The Hague’, is now available for display at businesses, educational institutions, foundations, and other organisations. First displayed in the Atrium of The Hague City Hall during October and November of last year, the exhibition documents through photographs and quotations how expatriates in The Hague over the years have experienced their adopted city.
A collaboration with The Hague Municipal Archive and ACCESS, the exhibition offers a visually striking and culturally enriching opportunity for your organisation to build bridges and increase understanding between local and international employees, customers, and communities, introduce the city to international clients and visitors or simply to display a beautiful and interesting focal piece.
If your organisation is interested in hosting the exhibition, feel free to download the information packet below, which contains photographs of the exhibition, content information, space requirements and associated costs.
And if you missed seeing the Expat Exhibition last year, you have another chance to see it soon. On January 31, it will be in The Hague City Hall again for the Feel at Home in The Hague fair, organised by TheHagueOnline.
To inquire about availability dates for the exhibition or with more general questions, please contact Kristine Racina, Director of the Expatriate Archive Centre at (0) 70 427 2014 or firstname.lastname@example.org.