A recap of DutchCulture's most memorable conversations with artists, cultural professionals and experts: Artists in Conversation and Country Focus.
Although some of the young Surinamese artists have limited or no access to professional education, it doesn’t stop them from pursuing their dreams.
We look at Dutch international cultural activities in 2021, and explore the road into a post-Covid world.
Is there a lost generation of young artists and creatives due to the corona crisis? The Council for Culture investigated the issue.
As the exhibition 'The Golden Coach' is closed until further notice due to COVID measures, Amsterdam Museum shows the exhibition digitally for free.
On 4-6 October, the third edition of Dutch-Russian museum conference Sustainable Dialogues took place online.
The NL-Kanto programme keeps the flame of creative exchange between Japan and the Netherlands burning – despite, or perhaps even thanks to the pandemic.
Working together with a cultural or creative professional based outside the European Union? This article explains the entry ban and the exemptions in place.
Read more about self-quarantine regulations and the exemption for cultural professionals to understand what this means for you.
On 10 December at 17.00 (CET) Dutch and Japanese artists will give an online talk about cultural exchange with Japan.
During lockdown, the Metamorphoses Trio realised the film ‘Metamorphoses: Going Dutch!’ that recently premiered online.
Taneční Aktuality launches an open call for papers: what is the impact of the absence of live performances due to corona on the physical experience on stage?
From 16-24 October, the biggest design event in Northern Europe takes place in Eindhoven, The Netherlands: Dutch Design Week.
Parliament’s Culture and Education Committee called for the creation of an EU-wide framework on working conditions and minimum standards for all artists.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Infected Cities part 2, 50 years of international cultural policy and more.
Arts Map, a digital platform aiming to establish international ties in the fields of arts and culture, has launched its first open call.
Op 29 september organiseren het Erasmus Huis, Tong Tong Fair en DutchCulture het muzikale programma Tong Tong meets Erasmus Huis Jakarta.
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.
What have Dutch artists achieved together with Belgian partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?
What have Dutch artists achieved together with German partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?