Network Archives Design and Digital Culture
Design and digital culture contribute significantly to the way Dutch society defines, manifests and develops itself. A well-preserved, open and accessible archive is therefore a precondition for the design discipline in order to meet the task assigned to it by Dutch culture and society. The Network Archives Design and Digital Culture has therefore been created as a partnership between heritage organisations including Het Nieuwe Instituut, knowledge and research institutions, and individual archives of Dutch design heritage.
The Network Archives Design and Digital Culture (NADD) is working toward an accessible archive for design and digital culture that collects the knowledge and strengths of museum and heritage organisations, educational, cultural and research institutions, designers, governments and other partners. The network lays a solid foundation for sharing insight and experience and for the joint development of new knowledge.
This network is based on the unifying capacity of its individual partners and the specialist knowledge of multiple parties. It focuses on making the existing public activities and programming of all network partners visible and stronger, and, where necessary, contributes to the supplementation or development of new programmes.
Richard Niessen on his participation in the Archieftraject
Richard Niessen looks back on the Archieftraject: "When you put all your different objects and projects in relation to e...➝ Read more
The Beach looks back on their participation in the Archieftraject
Cultural institution The Beach reflects on their participation in the Archieftraject:"By diving into your own archive, y...➝ Read more
Archives at Risk
The exhibition Archives at Risk takes a closer look at designer archives. We learn how personal they can be, and how vul...➝ Read more
Join us as we welcome contemporary makers, design practitioners and archivists to share innovative projects and conversa...➝ Read more
Archieftraject XXS: Get started with your own archive
With the Archieftraject XXS workshop, you and other designers, makers and organisations will take a close look at your a...➝ Read more