About the fund

Triodos Cultuurfonds is available for Dutch clients. The fund was launched in 2006 and has since pioneered in arts and culture finance. The fund invests in cultural projects that aim to improve and preserve arts and culture. The aim of the fund is to help make the sector less dependent on subsidies, grants and charity by encouraging cultural entrepreneurship.

Find out more detailled information about Triodos Cultuurfonds (in Dutch) .

Eric Holterhues

Head of Arts & Culture, Fund Manager Triodos Cultuurfonds - Eric Holterhues joined Triodos Bank in 2000 working with arts and culture clients as a senior account manager, and helping to set up Triodos Bank’s Culture Fund. He later became Head of Loans, before being appointed Head of Arts and Culture for Triodos Investment Management in September 2010. Eric is currently developing a new dedicated Arts and Culture business line, to finance the Art and Culture sector in Europe. He is the Fund Manager of Triodos Cultuurfonds and international co-ordinator and spokesman for financing Arts and Culture across Triodos Bank’s European network. Since November 2012, Eric was also appointed Head of Triodos SRI funds at Triodos Investment Management, taking responsibility for the Triodos Research department and Triodos SICAV I.

Get in touch

Heidi Foppa

To find out more about investing with us, you can contact our Investor Relations staff in Europe, +31 (0)30 694 2400.

Project example: The Lace Factory in Horst aan de Maas

Know where your money goes Project: Kantfabriek The Lace Factory museum in Horst aan de Maas presents the history of the textile industry that dominated the region for many centuries, as well as displays on modern textile applications. The monumental factory, which still breathes the atmosphere of the 1930s, houses a surprisingly modern museum presentation of the textile industry in the town of Horst and its surrounding area.

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Cultuur Ondernemen


This organisation provides assistance to artists who want to have independent profession