Seven museum professionals from Ukraine visited the Netherlands to share their stories with and have their voices heard by the Dutch cultural sector.
On 8 December, DutchCulture hosted the DTPHN symposium at De Duif in Amsterdam.  
This year has seen and will see numerous exchanges take place between Moroccan and Dutch museum professionals, offering new perspectives for cooperation.
A recap of DutchCulture's most memorable conversations with artists, cultural professionals and experts: Artists in Conversation and Country Focus.
To intensify cultural cooperation, a Dutch delegation visited Morocco and a Moroccan delegation visited the Netherlands.
From 15 April until 18 September 2022, the museum in Amstelveen shows Moroccan art in 'The Other Story'. DutchCulture is partner and hosted the opening.
DutchCulture is proud to present Stella Toonen's speech on co-creation, given as the opening of the Collecting the City Symposium in Amsterdam.
From Thursday 12 till Sunday 22 August 2021 the international Noorderzon Festival of Performing Arts & Society will be held in Groningen.
The first major exhibition on the Dutch slavery history takes place at Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
The platform was launched recently. The aim of the platform is to encourage the exchange of art education programmes for youngsters.
November 1 marked the end of the exhibition 'Afropean', one of the Forum’s many successful projects. We look back at the highlights of this collaboration.
DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organize cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the first edition, New York.
The Dutch National Ballet Junior Company is performing three times in Indonesia through the invitation of the Erasmus Huis – Dutch cultural center in Jakarta.
De interdisciplinaire verkenningsreis naar Marokko wordt vanwege het coronavirus verplaatst naar een nader te bepalen datum.
The Dutch National Ballet is visiting the city of Shanghai, China, for two performances during the 21st Shanghai International Arts Festival 2019.
Margot Llompart has been working in the field of international arts and culture for years, fulfilling a variety of roles in different parts of the world.
Four heritage experts from New York discussed the multiplicity of perspectives on Dutch colonial history through the DutchCulture visiting programme.
The Association of Russian Museums of Memory and the Anna Akhmatova Museum shared views on storytelling with museum professionals in the Netherlands.
From 24 until 27 November four Dutch museum professionals participate in the international conference organized by the State Hermitage Museum St.Petersburg.