About the organization
About the Amsterdam Museum
Our 2021–2024 Business Plan was drafted in 2019 as the basis for the subsidy application for the 2021–2024 planning period for the arts. It articulates museum policy and serves as the guideline for the museum’s activities leading up to the moment we open the newly renovated Amsterdam Museum on the Kalverstraat. The business plan can be downloaded here (Dutch only).
The annual reports (Dutch only) provide an overview of our policy developments and activities.
- Annual financial report 2022
- Annual report 2021 and Annual financial report 2021
- Annual report 2020 and Annual financial report 2020
- Annual report 2019 and Annual financial report 2019
Since March 1, 2016, Judikje Kiers has served as managing director of the Amsterdam Museum. Judikje Kiers (1962) studied art history and architectural history at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Kiers began her career at the Frans Hals Museum, after which she worked for the Rijksmuseum. In addition, she was a lecturer at the Rietveld Academie and the Reinwardt Academie in Amsterdam. In 2001 she was appointed director of Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder, which was restored and expanded under her leadership. From 2009 onward, she combined that position with a directorship at the Bijbels Museum and the Cromhouthuizen. Together with Margriet Schavemaker (Artistic Director), Remco Mol (Head of Operations), Maurice Seleky (Head of Communications and Marketing), and Marijke Oosterbroek (Head of the Project Office), Judikje Kiers is part of the management team of the Amsterdam Museum.
Jurenne Hooi (chair)
Independent advisor and supervisor
Jan de Rooij
Former partner Deloitte
Friedberg & Mahn Lawyers
Assistant professor in Urban History
Director Plan International
Creative consultant & personal development coach
Patricia de Weichs de Wenne
Interim Manager en adviseur binnen de culturele sector
The Amsterdam Museum is guided in its actions by the principles of the Code Cultural Governance, in addition to its procedural strategies and working methods. The managing board puts this code into practice and adheres to its standards for good governance. The annual financial report explains this code compliance in more detail.
In 2014 the Standards for the Remuneration Act for senior officials in the public and semi-public sector (WNT) came into effect. The museum fully complies with the act’s remuneration policy requirements. Members of the Supervisory Board do not receive any remuneration in exchange for the performance of their duties.
Vision of supervision and management of the Amsterdam Museum (Dutch only)
Amsterdam Museum Supervisory Board Regulations (Dutch only)
Profile of the Amsterdam Museum Supervisory Board (Dutch only)
Read more about Amsterdam Museum Society Foundation. The support foundation that fosters collector involvement in terms of research, ideas for exhibitions, and inventorying and maintenance of the Amsterdam Museum’s collection.
Read more about Friends of the Amsterdam Museum Foundation. The support foundation that raises financial resources for the museum in the context of its renovation, furnishing, and other activities and projects which correspond with the purpose set out for the Amsterdam Museum.
View the available jobs of the Amsterdam Museum here.