DutchCulture and Cobra Museum invited four young Moroccan and Dutch-Moroccan artists to shine their light on 'The Other Story' and on what art means to them.
A recap of DutchCulture's most memorable conversations with artists, cultural professionals and experts: Artists in Conversation and Country Focus.
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.
In July, we organised in collaboration with Female Economy the Morocco edition: watch the very intimate and lively dialogue between like-minded artists.
Bristolian Priyanka Raval illustrates how artists from Bristol are taking back ownership of public space in the city, from those in power to the people.
Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine and Russia.
This International Press Freedom Day begins with alarming news for the Netherlands - lowering 22 places in this year’s World Press Freedom Index.
'Systematic Suppression: Hungary’s Arts & Culture in Crisis' is a recent report by the Artistic Freedom Initiative (AFI).
Polish Karolina Plinta illustrates how artists from both Belarus and Ukraine are shaping Polish artistic practices and society's attitudes on migrants at large.
The second ArtsMap Micro Support open call for seed-money is themed Gender Equality. Apply before March 30, 2022 and find out more about the open call here.
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.
EUNIC Global recently published a report summarising the main discussions and findings of the Knowledge Sharing Workshop held in April 2021.
On 2 December together with IQMF we organise an online Artist Talk about fair & mobility in the queer migrant community.
DutchCulture looks back on an exciting and fruitful event with New Generations artists.
From 14-20 October you can watch free films at home, films about powerful women, about stories that need to be heard.
Trouw-cartoonist Tom Janssen wins The European Cartoon Award, dedicated to the best cartoon on political developments in and beyond Europe
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Infected Cities part 2, 50 years of international cultural policy and more.
The VR experience by Anna Abrahams and Avinash Changa is officially selected for the prestigious 78th Venice International Film Festival from 1-11 September.