Is there a lost generation of young artists and creatives due to the corona crisis? The Council for Culture investigated the issue.
Planning a creative visit to the United Kingdom? The new Arts Infopoint UK Visa Guide helps you understand the available visa options.
A yearly event by the EUNIC Netherlands cluster, this year European writers and poets reflect on the effect of the war in Ukraine on Europe’s past and future.
Join our live event on 9 June about the current conditions of the cultural sector in Hungary.
TransArtists interviews artist residencies who offer refuge in times of crisis.
For 5 months, Dutch fashion design icon Viktor&Rolf are staging their first ever retrospective exhibition in Asia in China's 'design capital' Shenzhen.
AiR Platform NL meeting for artist-in-residence organisations at Gemaal op Zuid in Rotterdam, 25 February 2022.
Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine and Russia.
To celebrate Europe Day 2022, we dive into a couple of recent European heritage projects that DutchCulture has supported with its Europe + Heritage programme.
Watch our online Country Focus: Poland, which offers a glimpse into the current conditions of the Polish cultural sector.
In samenwerking met Explore the North, Keunstwurk en Provincie Fryslân organiseren we een evenement voor culturele organisaties en makers uit Noord-Nederland.
Our last meet-up brought together young artists engaging with the digital domain in many different ways. Here's a recap of the physical event.
The short film 'Indisch Zwijgen' premieres 6 May. Director Sven Peetoom spoke about 'Making Memories', a theatrical spin-off he made in Switzerland.
Eligibility for support includes e.g. participation in festivals, performances, exhibitions, workshops, seminars, residencies. Deadline: 31 May 2022
To intensify cultural cooperation, a Dutch delegation visited Morocco and a Moroccan delegation visited the Netherlands.
This International Press Freedom Day begins with alarming news for the Netherlands - lowering 22 places in this year’s World Press Freedom Index.
Nieuw Geluid van deBuren is een talentontwikkelingstraject voor spraakmakende Vlaamse en Nederlandse stemmen. Deadline: 30 mei.
'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.