Every year the Dutch Embassy in Belgium organises 4 open calls for funding support. Deadline for the next one is 29 May.
Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine and Russia.
'Systematic Suppression: Hungary’s Arts & Culture in Crisis' is a recent report by the Artistic Freedom Initiative (AFI).
Polish Karolina Plinta illustrates how artists from both Belarus and Ukraine are shaping Polish artistic practices and society's attitudes on migrants at large.
It is the first large-scale survey to underpin with figures the debate on improving women’s position in the audio-visual sector.
The Forum on European Culture invites the author once more, for a live book presentation of the Dutch translation of 'Afropean'.
Het is het eerste grootschalige onderzoek waarmee de discussie over de verbetering van de positie van vrouwen in de av-sector in cijfers kan worden gefundeerd.
The second ArtsMap Micro Support open call for seed-money is themed Gender Equality. Apply before March 30, 2022 and find out more about the open call here.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Artists in Conversation: Germany and Equal Exchange when working abroad.
In a new edition of the series Artists in Conversation, artists from Germany and the Netherlands exchange insights on the cultural climate in both countries.
The Curaçao author who writes in Papiamento participated in an exchange residency in Belfast to promote literature in small and minority languages.
Hanna van Vliet represented the Netherlands as one of the ten selected great young European film talents.
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.
DutchCulture’s international guests Niko Barrena, Kévi Donat, Irem Alpay & Nathan Twentyman look back on their participation with Collecting the City symposium.
Cultural professionals in Turkey and the Netherlands joined forces to discover, empathise, define, ideate, and design solutions for a sustainable future.
The NL-Kanto programme keeps the flame of creative exchange between Japan and the Netherlands burning – despite, or perhaps even thanks to the pandemic.
10 December: Otenba! Yancha! - online talk on Inclusivity and the Netherlands-Japan cultural cooperation
On 10 December at 17.00 (CET) Dutch and Japanese artists will give an online talk about cultural exchange with Japan.
A recap of the Collecting the City tour through Amsterdam Zuidoost, along Kazerne Reigersbos, CBK Zuidoost and Imagine IC.
EUNIC Global recently published a report summarising the main discussions and findings of the Knowledge Sharing Workshop held in April 2021.
On 2 December together with IQMF we organise an online Artist Talk about fair & mobility in the queer migrant community.