We look at Dutch international cultural activities in 2022, and explore how artists are finding their 'new orbit', after 2 years of athering restrictions.
An exploration of the needs, challenges and practices of welcoming and hosting forcibly displaced artists and art workers.
Seven museum professionals from Ukraine visited the Netherlands to share their stories with and have their voices heard by the Dutch cultural sector.
Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine.
Too many different formats, geographies, and priorities for artist residencies. How can we study them and understand their potential?
Rather than acting just as cv embellishers and feel-good providers, artist residencies can be places where care and sustainability is applied in practice.
Voor onze communicatieafdeling zoeken wij een stagiair (M/V/X) voor 32-40 uur per week vanaf september 2023.
This year's edition is also welcoming professionals working in the field of climate change and environmental issues besides the cultural and creative sectors.
On May 15, the Cultural Participation Fund calls on cultural and social institutions from West Yorkshire.
The Council of Europe published a report on the challenges European artists and cultural workers face regarding the freedom of artistic expression.
During the World Summit on Arts & Culture, UNESCO published a report calling on States to protect artists and culture professionals in emergency contexts.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) offers 5 grant schemes, deadline is 31 May.
Publication of the Music Mobility Funding Guide
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is launching an open call for cultural activities in Morocco for cultural professionals and institutions in the Netherlands.
The evolving role of a cultural centre (1970-present). This third and last article covers the development of the Erasmus Huis up until the present day.
Continuation of Dutch colonial structures in early postcolonial Indonesia (1945-1960). This first article covers the first years of Indonesia’s independence.
The great diplomatic turn (1960-1971). This second article covers a decade in which the relationship between Indonesia and the Netherlands changed dramatically.
DutchCulture & Marokkueer Zawya are proud to present the exhibition 'Queer your Ramadan' from 27 March to 21 April.
Statement on supporting cultural relief work after the Türkiye & Syria Earthquakes by DutchCulture, Cultural Emergency Response (CER), ECF & Prince Claus Fund.
Nieuw Geluid van deBuren is een talentontwikkelingstraject voor spraakmakende Vlaamse en Nederlandse stemmen. Deadline: 31 mei.