Center for Visual Arts (CBK) Rotterdam has been a General Benefit Institution (ANBI) since 2014 and complies with the list of data below with the digital publication obligation associated with this status.
Foundation for Visual Arts
3012 XL Rotterdam
CBK Rotterdam aims to strengthen the cultural climate in Rotterdam by playing an active role in the combination of production, presentation, demand and marketing of products and services in the field of visual culture, and in particular the visual arts, and to make this accessible to the widest possible audience in the broad sense.
Main points of the policy plan
CBK Rotterdam is the central point for art, artists and the public in Rotterdam. With exhibitions, local and international art in public spaces, projects, commissions, support and investment schemes, it brings the visual arts, the city, artists and the public into contact with each other. In this way, CBK Rotterdam stimulates, presents, protects, supports and underlines the artistic climate and the vital role of artists and visual arts for and in the city of Rotterdam. It does this as a reliable partner, as an expert counselor and advisor and as an innovative entrepreneur through three coherent programs:
Art Office: Support for visual artists with regard to professional practice and entrepreneurship
Public Space Collection: vision and care for the Rotterdam Public Space Collection (including BKOR and Sculpture International Rotterdam)
Presentations: Exhibitions and activities in the TENT exhibition stage.
Managing Director: Mr O. Lucas
Mrs. Prof. JP Bahlmann, Chairman
Mrs. K. Arink
Mr. RP de Werd
Mrs. N. Maarsen MRE
Mr P. Tulling
The members of the Supervisory Board receive a reimbursement of € 1.000 per year including travel expenses.
The permanent employees of CBK Rotterdam including the director-director are paid according to the municipal remuneration rules (CAR-UWO).
Governance Code Culture
We subscribe to the Governance Code Culture.