MINDSCAPES, a collaboration between cultural institutions in Manchester and the Netherlands, explores the effect cities have on residents’ mental health.
The work of Dutch artist Mark Manders is currently on show at The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
DutchCulture is looking for an Advisor TransArtists (0,6 fte) as of 1 July for the duration of eight months.
The longlists for two important international literature prizes were announced. Both of the lists include Dutch writers and their translated literary works.
On April 6 the Amsterdam-based Fashion for Good Museum will open its doors virtually for their first GROW exhibition.
An interview with Remy Jungerman on his first major solo exhibition in the U.S., the effects of COVID-19 on his practice, and the killing of George Floyd.
Magda Augusteijn created an innovative web documentary about the history of former mining town Moengo in Suriname.
In the spring and summer of 2021, museums in Japan are exhibiting Mondrian works from Kunstmuseum Den Haag as well as from domestic and overseas art museums.
The Call for Ideas aims to find new innovative ideas for collaboration models between EUNIC members, EU delegations and local partners outside the EU.
TaNDem invites Dutch and German artists from the border region to pitch their ideas for cultural cooperation.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Infected Cities part 2, 50 years of international cultural policy and more.
EUNIC Global is commissioning a Toolkit for Fair Collaboration and is looking for a team of authors.
The platform museum1524.com was launched recently. The aim of the platform is to encourage the exchange of art education programmes for youngsters.
Leading European artists and thinkers convene with citizens from Palermo, Sicily, to discuss how we can make our democracies function better.
DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organise cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the 14th edition, Madrid.
MINDSCAPES from SICK! Festival is five brand new artworks and online events happening in Manchester from 19th April 2021 until 16th May 2021.
MONO Japan online Artists In Residence programme is good example of profound, educative and exciting online artistic exchange during the pandemic.
The Performing Arts Fund has announced a new subsidy programme for international coproduction, focussing on internationalisation and professionalisation.
Samenwerken met een kunstenaar van buiten de EU? Vanaf 16 maart 2021 zijn individuele makers weer uitgezonderd van het Europese inreisverbod.
Working together with an artist from abroad? The exemption to the EU travel ban for the cultural sector resumes on 16 March 2021.