DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organise cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the 12th edition, Athens.
i-Portunus, de mobiliteitsregeling van Creative Europe, heeft een oproep gepubliceerd voor architecten
On 10 January 2021 Private Kitchen went live, the first magazine that gives a glimpse behind the scenes of Dutch media music and its composers.
A recap of the Never Grow Up! programme: wowing US audiences with Dutch culture for kids.
European consortium launches Perform Europe project on 28 January to pave the way for a European programme on performing arts.
During COVID-19 new digital initiatives regarding international cultural exchange have seen the light of day. We present a global inventory of good practices.
Nu corona internationale culturele samenwerking vrijwel stil heeft gelegd, blikken deze podcasts niet alleen terug maar ook vooruit op ontwikkelingen.
The 50-years story of the Erasmus Huis, the cultural centre of the Netherlands in Jakarta, reflects a dynamic relationship between two countries.
A discussion with Raymond Walravens, founder of Go Cuba!, about independent culture, artistic freedom and state censorship in the Cuban arts today.
Now that the United Kingdom has left the European Union, what will it mean for EU-UK cultural collaborations? Read this article with FAQ's to find out.
DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organise cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the 11th edition, Paris.
Dutch artists Hannie van den Bergh and Jan van den Berg created 'exformation' with the support of the Shared Cultural Heritage Programme of DutchCulture.
This year's Verbier Art Summit will take place virtually on 29 & 30 January. What role can art and artists play in ecological change?
The Goethe-Institut develops the online cultural calendar kulturama.digital for international cultural offers.
Na 25 jaar houdt het trainingsinitiatief ermee op
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts brings Dutch theatre and dance for young audiences to the United States through Virtual Field Trips.
A budget of more than €2.4 billion for the cultural and creative sectors, including journalistic media.
The Netherlands Cultural Institute Online (NCIO) makes Dutch culture visible in the largest online showcase of Dutch arts and culture in China.
Deadline: 4 januari 2021