Plans and policies

00/ EST strives to operate according to fair practice principles. Fair play, fair pay. We use kunstenaarshonorarium as much as we can and we pay our staff and volunteers based on the guideline written by De Zaak Nu. Boardmembers work free of charge. 
EST Code Cultural Governance (Dutch read)
EST Code Fair Practice (Dutch read)

Archive '90
We are considering to adopt the library 'Archive 90'. This could well be one of the most consistent post-WWII libraries focussed on concrete art in the Netherlands. This plan has been put on hold. In case of further development of the Leiden Art Hub, we will revive this idea.

03/ Perpetuate and renew international partnerships.

04/ Create and foster local partnerships.

05/ EST is pursuing the realisation of a Leiden Art Hub. EST created a file describing our plans how to develop the Leiden Art Hub. This file may regularly be updated. (No rights can be derived from anything stated herein). Click here to view and download.
We have created a separate website mainly tailored to local users. Therefore, it is in Dutch. Click here to visit the website.


02/ Transmissie
The inaugural exhibition. With reservation to COVID-19, Stichting EST art foundation's first exhibition was entitled Transmission. It was planned for the occasion of Kunstroute Leiden 2020, which took place on September 26 and 27. EST invited local artists: Stephan van den Burg, Iemke van Dijk, Emma van Noort, Walter van Peijpe, Tineke Porck, Albert Roskam, Rob Walters and Guido Winkler. Exhibition development in conjunction with ATELIER jelle verheijen,  City of Leiden and Museum De Lakenhal. 
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06/ Through the looking glass
Through the looking glass is an art walk connecting Papegaaisbolwerk with Ambachtsplein. Through the looking glass is about wonder and amazement, about awareness and seeing through. From outside to inside and, about light in darkness. The darkest days are over! February 2021.
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