Ammodo Foundation is a charitable organisation established on 3 September 2010 and has been recognised by the tax authorities as a Public Benefit Organisation. The objective of Ammodo is the ‘not for profit’ provision of (financial) support for, or the self-realisation of, projects of general social interest which are of a cultural, philanthropic or scientific nature.
Working within its statutory objectives and in accordance with the relevant legal requirements, Ammodo has drawn up a formal policy. Within its statutory objectives, Ammodo promotes art and science. In the field of art, Ammodo supports projects that contribute to the development of both visual arts and performing arts. In the field of science, Ammodo has the objective of encouraging unfettered fundamental scientific research in the Netherlands. Together with the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science (KNAW) it has established the Ammodo KNAW Award Scheme. In addition, Ammodo has certain amount of resources to support other projects which are not strictly in line with its main focus but which are relevant to its general policy. Ammodo actively seeks potential partners within the fields of visual arts, performing arts and science, to explore with them the potential for cooperation. Ammodo does not welcome unsolicited project proposals. Information concerning the actual implementation of the policy can be seen on the website.
The following projects have led to expenditure in the state of income and expenses in 2019:
Frans Halsmuseum – Lubaina Himid: The Grab Test & Marianna Simnett: My Broken Animal;
CBK Zuidoost – Charl Landvreugd: Movt.Nr.10: Ososma;
Julidans – (Inter)nationale coproducties 2019-2021;
Stichting WArd/waRD / Ann Van den Broek – Memory Loss;
Stichting Sharp / Arno Schuitemaker – O S C A R;
De Warme Winkel – Een oprechte ode aan de ironie;
P/////AKT – Programma 2020-2021;
Manifesta – Manifesta13: Marseille is Always Many;
EYE Filmmuseum – Francis Alÿs: Children’s Games;
Tomoko Mukaiyama – End and Beginning;
Fondazione la Biennale di Venezia – New Productions 2019;
IDFA – Competitieprogramma’s 2019-2021;
Nationaal Dans Theater – Damien Jalet: Mist;
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam – Carlos Amorales: The Factory;
Nationale Opera & Ballet – Junior Company 2019-2023;
Nationale Opera & Ballet – Choreographic Academy 2019-2023;
Internationaal Theater Amsterdam – Freud;
Internationaal Theater Amsterdam – Productiepartnerschap 2020-2022;
Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunst – Rijksakademie Exhange;
Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest – Ammodo Masterclass Dirigeren;
Het Concertgebouw – Concertgebouw Connects;
Ammodo Science Award for fundamental research;
Docmakers – MS; and
Basaltfilm – Displaced Pieces.
Find the financial data for 2019 in the following overview. The members of the board are not entitled to remuneration from Ammodo, but reasonably incurred expenses and attendance fees are paid. The Ammodo staff receive a competitive pay package that is determined depending on function, education and years of experience.