In samenwerking met Explore the North, Keunstwurk en Provincie Fryslân organiseren we een evenement voor culturele organisaties en makers uit Noord-Nederland.
TransArtists interviews artist-in-residencies who offer refuge in times of crisis.
Every year the Dutch Embassy in Belgium organises 4 open calls for funding support. Deadline for the next one is 29 May.
Eligibility for support includes e.g. participation in festivals, performances, exhibitions, workshops, seminars, residencies. Deadline: 11 May 2022
'Systematic Suppression: Hungary’s Arts & Culture in Crisis' is a recent report by the Artistic Freedom Initiative (AFI).
Three Ukrainian theatre-makers who recently fled to the Netherlands present in collaboration with de Toneelmakerij a benefit evening on April 12.
The Dutch Crèvecoeur Fortress in Den Bosch is one of the seven most endangered monuments and heritage sites in Europe for 2022.
In 2018 the interdisciplinary artist participated in the IDFAcademy, a MEDIA-supported training course. In 2020 she won the Volkskrant Visual Art Public Prize.
The Dutch embassy in Paris writes out an open call for a programme in Atelier Néerlandais in Paris during Paris Design Week 2022. Deadline: 1 April 2022.
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.
Creative Europe projects: ESNS helps new European pop music acts to boost their international career
Creative Europe supports Eurosonic Noorderslag through the European Platforms programme. An interview with Robert Meijerink, head of programme ESNS.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Artists in Conversation: Germany and Equal Exchange when working abroad.
The next deadline for the Matching Fund is 27 March 2022.
September Film received MEDIA support for the distribution of European films such as ‘The Last Round’ (Druk) by Thomas Vinterberg.
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Egypt is now accepting proposals from organisations working in the field of culture and development in Egypt.
The HBF+Europe programme supports filmmakers with limited financial resources with their international co-productions.
The Curaçao author who writes in Papiamento participated in an exchange residency in Belfast to promote literature in small and minority languages.
The Mondriaan Fund presents a new application round for Art Platform Programmes starting this month and open for all kinds of visual arts.
Photography festival BredaPhoto works with European art academies to offer a platform to young photographers.
With funding by Creative Europe MEDIA, Cinekid is developing a travelling MediaLab. "Our goal is to throw open the doors and windows to the world around us."