DutchCulture presents the third and final edition of Civic Council on European Democracy, this time adressing the Polish political setting.
With support of the Dutch Embassy in Korea and Eye Film Museum, Cinematheque Seoul Art Cinema hosts a retrospective of Joris Ivens.
This is an open call for Netherlands-based artists, makers or cultural institutions to join the special collaborative programme. Deadline: 9 July.
On 13 May, the long-awaited Dutch film 'De Oost' premiered on Amazon Prime Video, featuring online educational programme De Wereld van de Oost.
In this publication, we look back at the past four years of Shared Cultural Heritage cooperation.
DutchCulture presents Artists in Conversation: a dialogue between artists of different nationalities, exploring their perspectives on the cultural climate.
Samenwerken met een kunstenaar van buiten de EU? Lees hier meer over het Europese inreisverbod en de uitzonderingen.
Drawing attention to mental health problems was the goal behind MINDSCAPES, an online and open space festival in Manchester showcasing Dutch artists.
After 10 years, DutchCulture is saying farewell to Europe for Citizens, which will now be housed at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency under the name of CERV.
Een overzicht en voorbeelden van het internationaal cultuurbeleid voor de provincie Zeeland in aanloop naar deze nieuwe editie van DutchCulture on Tour.
Sprung from last year's Forum, the European Gen-Z Manifesto, Afropean Express, the Island and the European Literature Night are all coming up next month.
The jury about her debut novel We Are Light: “an original, moving and rich novel that deserves a large international readership.”
The first major exhibition on the Dutch slavery history takes place at Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
On this page we share information on the financial support measures available for self-employed artist during Covid-19.
In this publication DutchCulture looks back on the fair practices of the past three years.
A series of five newly commissioned artworks by SICK! are shown at MINDSCAPES festival, a collaboration between artists in Manchester and the Netherlands.
This article offers help with respect to drawing up a commission contract with an international maker that incorporates the uncertainties due to COVID-19.
A look at Dutch participation and activities in international culture in 2020 and the impact of COVID-19.
For MINDSCAPES festival, Theater DEGASTEN made an online zine together with young artists and cultural professionals from Manchester.
The Turkish online queer art project ‘Through the Window’ hosts talks, parties and an exhibition via Instagram.