Australian-Dutch cultural event Canberra
Dear Internations Canberra,
We'd like to invite you to an Australian-Dutch cultural event that will take place on November 1, Protected content the National Library of Australia in Canberra: 'Footprints as Stepping Stones, Dutch-Australian Cultural Heritage Celebrations and the potential for Public Private Partnerships'.
'Footprints as Stepping Stones' is organised by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Australia in cooperation with CIE - Centre for International Heritage Activities. The aim of the day is to bring the public and private fields together in order to discuss possible public-private partnerships for future cooperation.
Since the aim is to start developing a roadmap towards Protected content , when Australia and the Netherlands will celebrate the landing of Dutchman Dirk Hartog on Australian soil in Protected content , we are specifically inviting those who are already involved in Australian-Dutch cultural activities or who would like to contribute to the large scale Protected content celebrations in Protected content . We also invite members of the private sector who would be interested in public private partnerships with the public sector, in order to make the festivities in Protected content success.
The day is structured in such a way that it will be an excellent opportunity for the
public sector to gain crucial knowledge on professionalizing the presentation of cultural projects and increasing the chances of success.
For the private sector, it will be an important moment to gain information on planned events where they can showcase their companies and promote their businesses.
We would very much appreciate it if you would be so kind to distribute this pre-announcement to those interested. We would also like to know if there are members that are interested in taking place in two panels that will specifically be asked for their (PR) expertise and feedback regarding PPP and project presentation, to jointly design a roadmap towards Australian-Dutch cultural celebrations in Protected content .
For more information or to register for this event, please send an email to
More information can also be found here:
We hope to welcome you all on November 1.