Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine and Russia.
A cycle initiated by the EUNIC-NL cluster focusing on fair practices in the cultural sector in terms of funding, remuneration, copyright and mobility in Europe.
DutchCulture supports the call of the European Cultural Foundation: European Culture of Solidarity Now.
DutchCulture is saddened by the war in Ukraine and its toll on all people in the region.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Artists in Conversation: Germany and Equal Exchange when working abroad.
On Thursday 17 February 2022 we discussed the challenges and possibilities of mobility and reciprocity in international cultural exchange.
The Curaçao author who writes in Papiamento participated in an exchange residency in Belfast to promote literature in small and minority languages.
Europe Beyond Access: How lack of knowledge in the cultural sector creates barriers for disabled artists and audiences
This report, based on international research in 42 countries, shows most cultural professionals lack the knowledge to support disabled artists and audiences.
On 4-6 October, the third edition of Dutch-Russian museum conference Sustainable Dialogues took place online.
Working together with a cultural or creative professional based outside the European Union? This article explains the entry ban and the exemptions in place.
On 9 December, i-Portunus hosts an online event to provide discussions towards a more inclusive, connected and sustainable mobility scheme.
EUNIC Global recently published a report summarising the main discussions and findings of the Knowledge Sharing Workshop held in April 2021.
AiR Platform NL invites artists-in-residence organisers to join 25 February 2022 for a meeting at Gemaal op Zuid in Rotterdam.
On 2 December together with IQMF we organise an online Artist Talk about fair & mobility in the queer migrant community.
FOTODOK presents a selection of images by recently graduated artists in Atelier Néerlandais in collaboration with curator Jenny Smets.
From 14-20 October you can watch free films at home, films about powerful women, about stories that need to be heard.
Finally, performing artists can tour across borders again! Perform Europe proposes ideas to do it in a fairer way
Perform Europe invites you in their first publication to rethink the European system of cross-border touring and support of the performing arts.
Parliament’s Culture and Education Committee called for the creation of an EU-wide framework on working conditions and minimum standards for all artists.
Our colleagues attending the Reshape conference in Ljubljana take you along on a journey towards fairer international cultural cooperation.
The latest edition of our Cultural Mobility Funding Guide 2021-2022 is out! Read more about funding for artistic projects in or outside the Netherlands.