ACCESS is a not-for-profit organisation supporting the international community in the Netherlands. We are an official partner of ACCESS and occasionally collaborate on projects.
The American Women’s Club of The Hague is a home-away-from-home for women from more than a dozen countries with an affinity for America. AWC supported the 2015 exhibition Expat Impressions of The Hague.
The Hague Bridge project was established to bring local residents and expatriates together and better acquaint local residents with their international city. The Hague Bridge supported the opening of the 2015 exhibition Expat Impressions of The Hague and the opening of the 2018 Saudade Exhibition.
Mondriaan Fonds is a publicly financed fund for visual art and cultural heritage. It supported the 2018 Saudade project.
Stroom is an art center with a wide range of activities. Starting from the visual arts, architecture, urban planning and design, the program focuses on the urban environment. It supported the 2018 Saudade project.
The Hague Municipal Archives is the documentation and information centre for the history of The Hague as recorded in documents, sound and visual media. We have a cooperation agreement with them to provide support and expertise.
Rabobank is a global leader in food and agri-financing and sustainability-oriented banking. Rabobank supported the 2015 exhibition Expat Impressions of The Hague.
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies. Shell supported the 2015 exhibition Expat Impressions of The Hague.
ULSI Logistic Services is a worldwide international moving, relocation and storage provider. They support us by transporting donated material safely to our office in The Hague.
Twelve Twelve Gallery is an art gallery in The Hague run by Silvia Bakker. Twelve Twelve Gallery hosted the opening of the 2018 Saudade exhibition.