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Best practice - Providing spaces to the creative people and companies – Broedplaatsen (Art Factories), Ms Joke van Antwerpen, Director Amsterdamse Innovatie Motor (Stockholm Blender)

Best practice - Providing spaces to the creative people and companies – Broedplaatsen (Art Factories), Ms Joke van Antwerpen, Director Amsterdamse Innovatie Motor (Stockholm Blender)

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  • Titel presentatie 1 januari 2003 Gemeente Amsterdam
  • Titel presentatie 1 januari 2003 Gemeente Amsterdam

Amsterdam Art Factories 18 03 10 Amsterdam Art Factories 18 03 10 Presentation Transcript

  • Art Factories in Amsterdam Stockholm, March 18, 2010 Marja van Nieuwkerk Department of Art & Culture, City of Amsterdam
  • Results: - around 50 different spots - 1440 spaces, 2500 places of employment - 25 other spaces: expo, cafe/club/resto, meeting
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  • - The bureau has an independent role in between the city central departments and district authorities
    • The bureau is funded by and part of the City of Amsterdam, eight civil servants (5 fte) work at the bureau
    What is the Bureau Broedplaatsen - Executive political responsibility in hands of the Alderman for City Planning and Land (what spaces to build?)
    • Means: expertise, projectmanagement, networking, matching supply/demand, facilities, subsidies
    - Related political responsibility by Alderman for Culture and Arts (allocate spaces to whom?)
    • Ambition in 2000: realisation of 1400 – 2000 spaces for subcultural groups and artists
    • Squatting movement ‘subculture’ had to leave some warehouses at the IJ-banks in 1999
    Why Policy Broedplaatsen (policy on art-facories and affordable studios)
    • Partners: target group organisations, housing corporations and district authorities
    - 2000: City Council agrees on Plan and funding of Broedplaatsenfonds by revenues from land lease fund - Supporting adress by the unions of visual artists for more affordable studios
    • Change in 2005: Programme: joint ventures with stakeholders and less governmental funding
    • 2010: Amsterdam and Triodosbank launch the Garantee Fund Broedplaatsen
  • Programme Broedplaatsen 2008 - 2012 Amsterdam Why do we work on broedplaatsen?
    • Economic
    • Base of employment
    • attractive scene incentive
    • broedplaatsen as entreprise
    • R&D for top CI
    • Cultural
    • Amsterdam as Laboratorium
    • affordable space for young artists
    • affordable space for high talented
    • Social
    • within group interaction
    • link up with neighborhood
    • perform activities on social and educational programmes
    • Spatial
    • metropoolregio Amsterdam
    • empty office floors
    • contra gentrification
  • Partners of Bureau Broedplaatsen
    • Market section
    • real estate developers
    • real estate brookers
    • banks
    • creative industry top segment
    • Cultural section
    • visual artist unions
    • network of broedplaatsen
    • ‘ Vrije Ruimte’ (grass root squats)
    • art academies
    • Government
    • metropolitan area Amsterdam
    • city of Amsterdam
    • all 14 district authorities
    • social targeted
    • six housing corporations
    • social entreprises
    • facilitators
    Programma Broedplaatsen 2008 - 2012 Amsterdam Agreed by City Council on 29 October 2008 us
  • overall rent or purchase of building Recon- Struc- tion Time > € initial Subsidy Rent reduced ‘ Cost covering rent’ without initial subsidy Maximum rent for artists (€56/m2/year initial fase Exploitation fase Principle of subsidizing
  • Lessons from the past
    • we cherish the Amsterdam tradion: diverse, intense, merchandisers, free and tolerant
    • be good for this basis, do not spoil them, support them in their efforts on housing
    As government…..know yourself, so…restrict yourself Since you know… best ideas come from the creative basis
    • artists and broedplaatsen are (more or less) non-commercial creative entrepreneurs
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