TransArtists offers open calls for short-term and long-term residency programmes
DutchCulture looks back on an exciting and fruitful event with New Generations artists.
Amsterdam Museum and DutchCulture invite you to the Symposium Collecting the City.
Dutch choreographer Sedrig Verwoert investigates topics as the new norm, inclusivity, and multidisciplinarity in 'I Feel It Too'.
The Civic Council on European Democracy - incubated at the Forum on European Culture in 2020, shares its recommendations to European leaders
Dutch visual artist Udo Prinsen exhibits in the shadow of the Pyramids of Gizeh in collaboration with Art d’Egypte.
The National Archives of the Netherlands and the National Archives of Suriname signed a new working program on archival cooperation
From 14-20 October you can watch free films at home, films about powerful women, about stories that need to be heard.
From 16-24 October, the biggest design event in Northern Europe takes place in Eindhoven, The Netherlands: Dutch Design Week.
Trouw-cartoonist Tom Janssen wins The European Cartoon Award, dedicated to the best cartoon on political developments in and beyond Europe
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.
Swiss Fondation Beyeler's exhibition presents about a hundred women portraits from 1870 to the present by nine women, including Marlene Dumas and Frida Kahlo.
Ten projects were chosen that well exemplify the dynamics and diversity of cultural cooperation between the Netherlands and South Korea.
Our colleagues attending the Reshape conference in Ljubljana take you along on a journey towards fairer international cultural cooperation.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Infected Cities part 2, 50 years of international cultural policy and more.
Starting 22 September, Heritage hands-on and Indonesia Diaspora Netherlands present a webinar series on the shared history of Indonesia and the Netherlands.
The cultural season opened in Poland, and there is a particularly rich harvest for the Dutch film sector.
Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf is exhibiting his work at KYOTOGRAPHIE, the annual international photography festival taking place in Kyoto.
The 'One Square Meter Berber' project by Mina Abouzahra that was planned for 2020, will be exhibited in Amsterdam from 16 to 26 September 2021.