Private Circle

Benefits include:

  • Unlimited free access to Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art;
  • Invitations to our VIP previews and exhibition openings;
  • First preference on event bookings at Witte de With;
  • A free copy of one of the publications of Witte de With Publishers;
  • 40% discount on all other Witte de With publications;
  • Two extra entrance tickets to each Witte de With exhibition;
  • VIP-invitations to selected art fairs in the Netherlands and abroad;
  • After-hours access with a guided tour by our curators and/or by Witte de With's director Defne Ayas;
  • Opportunities to meet renowned artists;
  • Visits to private collections or artist studios.

Corporate Circle

Benefits include:

  • All Private Circle benefits, plus:
  • Acknowledgement on our website and selected printed materials;
  • A signed copy of one of the publications of Witte de With Publishers;
  • A group tour and/or a tailor-made lecture by our curators for your employees and business relations;
  • Ten extra entrance tickets per exhibition;
  • The opportunity to host parties and events in a variety of spaces in the historical Witte de With building, a former girls’ school dating from 1875.
  • Personal service such as a direct line to our curatorial team for advice on collecting artworks and the organisation of a trip to an international cultural event (art fair or biennial);
  • The possibility to support a specific exhibition in close collaboration with our director and curators. This partnership offers an opportunity to donate to a program that reflects your specific interests.

How to become a member of the Private or Corporate Circle of Witte de With?

For more information, or for specific questions about the tax-deductibility of your donations, please contact Sarah van Overeem – van der Tholen, Business Coordinator, by calling +31 10 411 01 44 or by sending an e-mail to [email protected]

ANBI and Geefwet

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art with its ANBI status (RSIN: 9409889) is exempt from gift and inheritance tax. All taxpayers (individuals and businesses) can benefit from the favorable effects of the Dutch donation law (Geefwet). As a result, a majority of donations to cultural ANBI institutions are tax-deductible.