Artists from The Hague

Stimulating Policy for artists from The Hague

Stroom implements a stimulating policy for artists with a professional practice in The Hague. In addition to offering the necessary information and giving artists advice on their artistic practice, Stroom also organizes a.o. presentations like Ondertussen and OpZicht; publications; information meetings; round table discussions; Stroom Invest conferences; occasional presentations at art fairs in The Netherlands and abroad; and a curatorial program. >> read more

Online database Artists from The Hague
www.haagsekunstenars.nl

Stroom Den Haag maintains an extensive online database of about 900 professional artists who live and work in The Hague. Here you can look for artists from The Hague, using specific search queries, like name, discipline, materials et cetera. To visit this website go to: www.haagsekunstenaars.nl

Register as a professional artist in The Hague

In order to register as a professional artist you have to submit an official application; the online application form is only available in Dutch! The completed form plus recent and representative visual documentation will be judged by the Toetsingscommissie (Review Committee).

Updating/verification for The Hague artists

Only artists based in The Hague who are officially registered at Stroom Den Haag can update their portfolio online.

 

 

For information, appointments and advice:
Ira van der Valk or Connie van Driel
Tel. 070-3658985

Opening hours documentation center:
Tuesday - Thursday, 11 am - 5 pm

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Bulletin Board

Calls for applications by art institutes and other organizations that might be of interest to artists(e.g. residencies, contests, art events, commissions etc.).

Stimulating Policy for artists from The Hague

Stroom's stimulating policy for artists from The Hague is characterized by a great variety. In addition to giving information and advice concerning the artistic practice, the policy includes Ondertussen and OpZicht presentations; publications; information meetings; round table discussions; Stroom Invest conferences; occasional presentations at international art fairs; and a curatorial program.