What you should bear in mind
Working abroad has a number of practical consequences as well as consequences that can affect productions. The legislation in the field of liability is different from in the Netherlands. You may need a work permit. It involves extra administration and you may well need additional funding.
Information and advice
The Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) represents the architecture industry at the European level. On the BNA website there’s more information on doing business internationally in the so-called ‘dossier buitenland’. Parts of the information is for members only.
On its website, Transartists provides a wealth of information about overseas programmes for artists in all disciplines. SICA provides information about the import and export of specific and protected cultural items, and about the CCP, which offers specialist information regarding European funding programmes. On the Move encourages cooperation and mobility in the cultural sector at a cross-border level, promoting cultural diversity. They offer funding to students and professionals in arts.
Insurance during employment abroad
If you are going to work abroad for any length of time, you need to arrange insurance to cover that period of employment. In many cases it is possible to remain insured in the Netherlands. In that case you should apply to the Social Insurance Bank (SVB) for an (E)101/A1 declaration. This declaration is proof to another country that you are not obliged to pay certain deductions from your wages or income. For more information visit the SVB website.