A new support programme for Ukrainian and Russian artists relocated to the Netherlands due to the current war
DutchCulture and The Cobra Museum for Modern Art present The Other Story of a new Dutch and Moroccan generation. Sign up now!
Until the deadline on 15 September 2022, you can nominate important heritage in Europe that is endangered for Europa Nostra's 7 Most Endangered Programme 2023.
The Religious Heritage Innovator of the Year is a competition launched by FRH, the leading organization for safeguarding European historic places of worship.
The European Commission rolls out a new €21 million mobility scheme for artists and cultural professionals.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Artists in Conversation: Germany, Equal Exchange when working abroad and our Country Focus.
TransArtists interviews artist 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 11 September.
Although some of the young Surinamese artists have limited or no access to professional education, it doesn’t stop them from pursuing their dreams.
The Creative Industries Fund NL (Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie) proposes an open call for a residency abroad. Deadline: 15 August
The call is launched by the European network on cultural management and policy. Deadline for application: 25 July.
In July, we organised in collaboration with Female Economy the Morocco edition: watch the very intimate and lively dialogue between like-minded artists.
DutchCulture is an active member of EUNIC Global. Twice a year, the General Assembly gathers all members to discuss shared strategies and challenges.
Watch the video of our online programme about Dutch-South African artistic co-creation.
As part of its multiannual programme, each year On the Move proposes a workshop for cultural mobility developers.
DutchCulture and the Netherlands Embassy in India will host an information session about cultural cooperation with India.
Bristolian Priyanka Raval illustrates how artists from Bristol are taking back ownership of public space in the city, from those in power to the people.
Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study NIAS invites researchers, artists, writers and journalists to participate in its 2nd international conference.
We look at Dutch international cultural activities in 2021, and explore the road into a post-Covid world.
On 13 June 2022, the visitor centers of the Colonies of Benevolence in the Netherlands and Belgium were officially awarded the European Heritage Label.