Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine.
DutchCulture & Marokkueer Zawya are proud to present the exhibition 'Queer your Ramadan' from 27 March to 21 April.
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.
The great diplomatic turn (1960-1971). This second article covers a decade in which the relationship between Indonesia and the Netherlands changed dramatically.
Continuation of Dutch colonial structures in early postcolonial Indonesia (1945-1960). This first article covers the first years of Indonesia’s independence.
The Cultural Participation Fund launches an open call for initiatives that contribute to commemorating and celebrating the abolition of slavery.
Every year the Dutch Embassy in Belgium organises several open calls for funding support. The next deadlines are on 19 March, 10 September and 3 December 2023.
On 8 December, DutchCulture hosted the DTPHN symposium at De Duif in Amsterdam.
Born to a Japanese mother and Dutch father, the young artist grew up and lives in Amsterdam, where we had a lively talk with her.
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 the New Generations meet-up at Noorderzon Festival in Groningen for young artists and professionals in performing arts.
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.
DutchCulture and The Cobra Museum for Modern Art present The Other Story of a new Dutch and Moroccan generation. Sign up now!
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.
'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.