DutchCulture supports the call of the European Cultural Foundation: European Culture of Solidarity Now.
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.
DutchCulture is saddened by the war in Ukraine and its toll on all people in the region.
GCRP is a training programme designed for cultural professionals pursuing broadening their skills and network in international cultural cooperation.
Through the Matching Fund, DutchCulture contributes to the additional programme of events and activities that take place outside the exhibition walls.
Mind Ur Step was a European collaborative project in the field of theatre, urban dance and choreography.
September Film received MEDIA support for the distribution of European films such as ‘The Last Round’ (Druk) by Thomas Vinterberg.
On Thursday 17 February 2022 we discussed the challenges and possibilities of mobility and reciprocity in international cultural exchange.
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.
Op 22 februari organiseerden we met Kunstloc Brabant een evenement voor culturele organisaties en makers van alle disciplines uit de provincie Noord-Brabant.
European museums can now apply for the Luigi Micheletti Award and the DASA Award 2022. Deadline: 15 April 2022.
In a new edition of the series Artists in Conversation, artists from Germany and the Netherlands exchange insights on the cultural climate in both countries.
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.
Codart presents a call for papers for the upcoming symposium Close Encounters on seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish art in Britain. Deadline is 1 March.
The 31st edition of the annual children's festival Momix for performance art, from 26 January till 6 February, hosts six Dutch shows and an exhibition.
The Mondriaan Fund presents a new application round for Art Platform Programmes starting this month and open for all kinds of visual arts.
The conference Archives Bridging the Gap takes place from 19 to 23 September in Rome, Italy. The call for papers is open until March 21, 2022.
Hanna van Vliet represented the Netherlands as one of the ten selected great young European film talents.