Call for projects designing more resilient communities, inclusive cities and just societies. Deadline 23 January 2023.
The exhibition in the Rijksmuseum is focused on human actions. Emanuelson photographed in the Netherlands and the six Dutch Caribbean islands.
A recap of DutchCulture's most memorable conversations with artists, cultural professionals and experts: Artists in Conversation and Country Focus.
Our Creative Europe Advisor Julie Boodt explains how the European Commission is planning on realising the ambitions of the New European Bauhaus programme.
This is evident from a report by ABN AMRO and Women Inc. The representation of female artists in exhibitions and collections also lags far behind.
From 22 August to 1 September the CED will visit the ABC islands to meet with makers and organisations and give workshops about European funding opportunities.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Artists in Conversation: Germany, Equal Exchange when working abroad and our Country Focus.
DutchCulture is an active member of EUNIC Global. Twice a year, the General Assembly gathers all members to discuss shared strategies and challenges.
Watch the video of our online programme about Dutch-South African artistic co-creation.
Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study NIAS invites researchers, artists, writers and journalists to participate in its 2nd international conference.
Is there a lost generation of young artists and creatives due to the corona crisis? The Council for Culture investigated the issue.
Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine and Russia.
It is the first large-scale survey to underpin with figures the debate on improving women’s position in the audio-visual sector.
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A cycle initiated by the EUNIC-NL cluster focusing on fair practices in the cultural sector in terms of funding, remuneration, copyright and mobility in Europe.
DutchCulture supports the call of the European Cultural Foundation: European Culture of Solidarity Now.
DutchCulture is saddened by the war in Ukraine and its toll on all people in the region.
On Thursday 17 February 2022 we discussed the challenges and possibilities of mobility and reciprocity in international cultural exchange.
The Curaçao author who writes in Papiamento participated in an exchange residency in Belfast to promote literature in small and minority languages.
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This report, based on international research in 42 countries, shows most cultural professionals lack the knowledge to support disabled artists and audiences.
On 4-6 October, the third edition of Dutch-Russian museum conference Sustainable Dialogues took place online.