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Funding alert: Shared Cultural Heritage Matching Fund
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News February 2017

This newsletter is produced by DutchCulture in close cooperation with the Cultural Heritage Agency and the National Archives of the Netherlands. It highlights activities of the Shared Cultural Heritage Programme.
Verhalen in Voorraad (Stocklist of Stories) – Dutch and Surinamese heritage institutes collaborate on an appealing plan to recover the oral history of historical places in Surinam during a five-day workshop.
Deadlines for Shared Cultural Heritage Matching Fund
Here are the new application deadlines for the Shared Cultural Heritage Matching Fund: 13 March, 22 May and 16 October. The Matching Fund supports projects initiated by Dutch organisations that help connect shared heritage activities in different countries.
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The South African museum delegation with Martine Gosselink (Rijksmuseum, 2nd from the left) and Willem Molenaar (Dutch Embassy in Pretoria, 3rd from the righ) at the exhibition Good Hope.
South Africa: Can a tumultuous past lead to a collaborative future?
On the eve of the opening of the 'Good Hope' exhibition, our South African delegation of museum experts was invited for a visitors talk. The exhibition runs until 21 May 2017 at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Read the report of the visit here.
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The South African museum delegation with Martine Gosselink (Rijksmuseum, 2nd from the left) and Willem Molenaar (Dutch Embassy in Pretoria, 3rd from the righ) at the exhibition Good Hope.
Exhibition: The world of the Dutch East India Company
The exhibition 'The world of the Dutch East India Company'  has just started at the National Archives of the Netherlands. During the exhibition, a series of seminars will be open to the public. Click the link to find out which two seminars are planned in March.
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Reuse, Redevelop and Design: How the Dutch Deal with Heritage
Redevelopment as the future for vacant buildings 
Reuse, Redevelop and Design: How the Dutch Deal with Heritage presents twenty inspiring projects that show redevelopment as the solution for vacant buildings.
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Imagined bird's-eye view of Deshim's layout and structures
Suriname: Memory of Suriname returns home
After more than 100 years of being stored in the Netherlands, 40 archives will be returned to Suriname.
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Imagined bird's-eye view of Deshim's layout and structures
USA: Exploration of Dutch-American relations
A Dutch delegation led by Ambassador Henne Schuwer visited Dutch Heritage sites in the Hudson Valley and Albany to talk with partners about the Shared Cultural Heritage between both countries and to identify new relationships, goals and projects.
Imagined bird's-eye view of Deshim's layout and structures
Australia: Dutch-themed Wooden Boat Festival successful
The Australian Wooden Boat Festival (AWBF) took place from 10 to 13 February. There were many Dutch-themed activities throughout this year's Festival.
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a building that once belonged to the Netherlands South Africa Railways
New year, new team
Shared Cultural Heritage has two new programme managers: Jinna Smit at the
Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and Johan van Langen at the National Archives of the Netherlands. DutchCulture has a new team of Heritage advisors. Anouk Fienieg and Karin Kuwahara will be coordinating the Shared Cultural Heritage programme.
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About us
DutchCulture | Heritage increases visibility, strengthens coherence and supports Shared Cultural Heritage. It aims to achieve this through a number of instruments among which a matching fund. If you have questions or remarks or would like to contribute to the newsletter, you can reach us at heritagedesk@DutchCulture.nl.

For more information, you can visit our websites DutchCulture and Cultural Heritage Connections. You can also stay in touch with us through LinkedIn and by following @AnoukFienieg on Twitter. 

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