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2031 TC Haarlem

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Organisation

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Currently the Nieuwe Vide is jointly managed by a curator and a project coordinator, supported by PR and administrative staff members.

 

Stichting Vide Cultura’s Bovenste Ring was established on 29 December 1994. Its goal is to promote the production and exhibition possibilities of visual art (and other methods of distribution). Nieuwe Vide is registered as Nieuwe Vide Artspace and Studios in the Handelsregister under KvK number 41226683.

Nieuwe Vide Team
Liesbeth Visee (she/her) – curator

Anne Mul (they/she)  – curator and projectcoördinator

Wil Maris (she/her) – administration/coördination volunteers

Sietske Roorda (she/her) – PR & communication

Saskia Burggraaf (they/she) – Content & Visual support

Shae Cabirta Da Palma (he/him) – Administration, PR & communication

Stefan Kasper (he/him) – Nieuwe Vide Academy
Bernardo Zanotta (he/him) and Nia Konstantinova (she/her) – Nieuwe Vide Cineclub

Nieuwe Vide get occasional support by Stefan Cammeraat, Jaromir Mulders , Nia Konstantinova, Bernardo Zanotta, TRIK. We also are assisted by a group of volunteers.

Web- and communication design by:
BRR BRR Visuele Communicatie

 

Board of Stichting Nieuwe Vide Artspace and Studio
The board meets at least four times annually and more often if necessary. The Nieuwe Vide directorate is also present at board meetings. Nieuwe Vide tenants have one or more representatives on the board. Membership of the board is unremunerated. We underwrite the Governance Code for Culture

 

Since 2022, the board of Nieuwe Vide consists of:

Roomyla Choenni (she/her) – chair
Roomyla is Sector head at the Library of the University of Amsterdam, Allard Pierson and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Its departments are concerned with guaranteeing access to scientific information (Open Science and Open Access) and making the extensive special collections available (from theater history to archaeology). She has also been an advisor and chairperson for the Mondriaan Fund for Visual Arts and Heritage for several years now. Roomyla coaches women of color in leadership positions in confidence and dealing with difficult work situations. After her studies in political science and information management, she worked in management consultancy, activist philanthropy and the digital archive sector.

Dennis Elzinga – treasurer
Information will follow.

Manique Hendricks (she/her) – general board member
Art historian Manique Hendricks (1992) works as a curator at LIMA, the institute for media art in Amsterdam. In addition, as an independent curator, writer and researcher, she focuses on contemporary (media) art, visual and digital culture with a focus on themes such as identity, representation, the body, camp and club culture. Manique is currently also affiliated with the Frans Hals Museum as a guest curator. In recent years she has worked for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen, Frans Hals Museum and 37PK. Her texts have been published by Stedelijk Studies, NXS Magazine, Mister Motley, Shimmer, Tubelight and The Hmm, among others. Manique also acts as a visual arts advisor for the Mondriaan Fund and as a board member at Nieuwe Vide and Jong VNK. See Manique’s website for more information.

Loulou Sjerps – general board member
Information will follow

Eva Kreuger (she/they) – general board member
Eva Kreuger lives in Haarlem and has been working in a studio at the Nieuwe Vide since early 2022. In 2017 they graduated from the photography department at AKV | St.joost Breda and has since been working as an independent artist and photographer. She is currently participating in the BredaPhoto support program and in 2022 she was awarded the Artist Start grant from the Mondriaan Fund. In addition to their work as an artist, they also works for the Pictoright Foundation. Furthermore, Eva is one of the organizers of Woonoproer, the Haarlem housing action group. See Eva’s website for more information.

Marianne Hamersma (she/her) – general board member
Marianne Hotske Hamersma works as an artist and art/heritage educator in Haarlem. She studied at the AKI Artez (Enschede, Bachelor Sculpting) and at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Ghent, Master Installation Art). She makes installations in which she brings prints and sculptures together. She derives tactility of materials, scale and aesthetics from fashion, urban objects, product packaging, pop culture and (animation) series. Marianne is founder and coordinator of the youth program ARTCORE, a leisure program full of art and design for 14-19 year olds from Haarlem and the surrounding area. See Marianne’s website for more information.

 

ANBI
The Vide Cultura’s Bovenste Ring Foundation is registered as a cultural ANBI which means that The Nieuwe Vide is recognized by the Dutch tax authorities as an Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling (ANBI) (Institute for Public Benefit). This has certain fiscal benefits. Donations we receive can, according to the applicable rules, be deducted from income or corporate tax. This also has advantages for private individuals. For more information see the tax department website.

RSIN/Fiscal number: 8087.13.619

 

Read our Code of Conduct

 

Job vacancies

We are always looking for  volunteers.

Disclaimer

The images on our website are mainly from the makers. We have tried to credit them as well as possible. If the credits aren’t correct, please contact us directly via pr@nieuwevide.nl.

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