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30 Sep 2020
Samenwerken met een kunstenaar uit het buitenland? Lees hier wanneer iemand niet of wel en onder welke omstandigheden naar Nederland mag komen om te werken.
31 Dec 2020
On this page we share information on the effects of COVID-19 on the cultural sector in the Netherlands and the available measures for financial support.
31 Dec 2020
Bij DutchCulture's Mobility Info Point kun je terecht voor informatie, advies en Q&A's, gerangschikt per land, onderwerp en discipline.
15 Jan 2021
What will Brexit mean for EU-UK cultural collaborations now that the United Kingdom has left the European Union? In this article with FAQ's we give you answers.
1 Dec 2020
Find an overview of all of our videos of the past year, for example Infected Cities, Forum on European Culture and more.
14 Jan 2021
DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organise cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the 11th edition, Paris.
10 Dec 2020
The Boekman Foundation marks its 125th publication with an overview of the 5 decades of Dutch governmental contribution to international cultural cooperation.
11 Jan 2021
DutchCulture is op zoek naar een landenadviseur Turkije voor 16 uur per week. Sluitingsdatum: 7 februari.
5 Jan 2021
The Goethe-Institut develops the online cultural calendar kulturama.digital for international cultural offers.
22 Dec 2020
A budget of more than €2.4 billion for the cultural and creative sectors, including journalistic media.
Cross-sectoraal
17 Dec 2020
De Raad van Toezicht van DutchCulture zoekt een nieuw lid met een financieel profiel. 
14 Jan 2021
On creative resilience in Warsaw in ongoing corona times: in what ways we can rethink systems and policies for a more social and sustainable future?
7 Dec 2020
How can urban culture and creativity be a driver of social impact? A series organised together with Pakhuis de Zwijger.
21 Jan 2021
On creative resilience in Madrid in ongoing corona times: in what ways we can rethink systems and policies for a more social and sustainable future?
8 Dec 2020
A portal for independent professionals and organisations operating in the international creative industry shows what grants and schemses are available.
3 Dec 2020
On December 3 and 5, 'Letter to My Mother' will be screened at International Queer & Migrant Film Festival (IQMF). We talked to its director Amina Maher.
22 Nov 2020
25 November it will be 45 years since Suriname became independent. This article briefly focuses on this historical event through film and poetry.
10 Sep 2020
2020 Call for the DutchCulture Database of international cultural activities, adapted to the coronavirus restrictions.
3 Dec 2020
DutchCulture's director Cees de Graaff was recently elected president of EUNIC. Here's a closer look at what the network does and at the new president's plans.
16 Nov 2020
Big cultural events have gone digital. Here is how Cinekid, IDFA, ADE and DDW moved from offline to online and the international impact thereof.
10 Dec 2020
Early December IQMF took place both on & offline. Live film screenings, online talks and an online club night; an impression of a festival with a closed bar.
12 Nov 2020
The Dutch cultural-diplomatic network in Germany invited culture makers to reflect on the future of international artistic collaboration in times of COVID-19.
1 Oct 2020
Working together with an artist from abroad? Read here when someone cannot or can, and under which circumstances, come to the Netherlands to work.
13 Oct 2020
We dive into the international events that Dutch artists and cultural organisations participated in and produced in 2019.
9 Oct 2020
Can works of art provide an alternative critical way of thinking on migration, besides the discourse in which European democracy has become entangled? 
24 Sep 2020
Nieuwe tendensen in de internationale culturele ambities van de vier grote steden: een verkenning van het beleid voor 2021-2024.
8 Oct 2020
The report 'Advies Koloniale Collecties en Erkenning van Onrecht' was officially presented to Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven and published online this week.

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