Patrons of the Kröller-Müller Museum
Since 2000 the Kröller-Müller Museum has been a beneficiary of the BankGiro Lottery (formerly the Sponsor Lottery). The museum receives an annual sum for important new acquisitions aimed at enlarging and enriching the collection.
Since 1 January 2012, the municipality of Ede is a supporter of the Kröller-Müller Museum. This paves the way for the museum and the municipality to develop their current positive relationship into an enduring collaboration.
Samsung provides the museum with audio/video equipment.
Van den Broek Lohman Fonds Nunspeet
The financial support of the Van den Broek Lohman Fonds Nunspeet has enabled the museum to develop a teaching pack for secondary schools and the accompanying game ‘Make me Famous’. Its contribution also enables the museum to organise an exclusive ‘Make me Famous’ day each year for ‘de Nuborgh’ primary school in Nunspeet.
(Former) Stichting Herinneringsfonds Vincent van Gogh
In 2007 a new interactive information centre was created in the museum’s old auditorium. This was made possible through a financial contribution from the Stichting Herinneringsfonds Vincent van Gogh.
The financial support of the VSB Foundation has enabled the museum to realise several special projects including the educational project ‘Dancing with the Arts’ in partnership with Introdans, the introductory film which has been screened in the auditorium since mid-2008, and the organisation of Sweet Summer Nights in 2008 in the museum’s sculpture garden. The VSB Foundation has also contributed to the realisation of the catalogue Kröller-Müller Museum – The History of a Sculpture Garden.
Thanks to contributions from the Rembrandt Association, the Kröller-Müller Museum has been able to acquire several important works of art.
Netherlands Media Art Institute/Time Based Arts
After the first phase of the ‘Preservation Video Art’ the Netherlands Media Art Institute/Time Based Arts made part of the video art collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum digitally available as part of the project ‘Play Out’.
As part of the Digitizing with Policy (DmB) program, research into uncompromised storage on hard discs and the project ‘Play Out’ have been made possible by the award of a grant from SenterNovum.
The Getty Foundation
The support of the Getty Foundation was important in the realisation of the catalogue Kröller-Müller Museum – The History of a Sculpture Garden.
The Bouwfonds Cultuurfonds contributed to the production costs of the catalogue Kröller-Müller Museum – The History of a Sculpture Garden.
Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur
The Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur made a financial contribution to the realisation of the catalogue Kröller-Müller Museum – The History of a Sculpture Garden.
Thieme Grafimedia Group
Thieme Art was responsible for the production of the catalogue The drawings and prints by Vincent van Gogh in the collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum. The Thieme Grafimedia Group financed the entire production of the catalogue.
Thanks to the gifts of (anonymous) individual donors, the Kröller-Müller Museum has been able to develop and produce the Detective Game for families and other projects.