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Sustainable Dialogues 2021: Open call for young museum/heritage professionals in Russia and the Netherlands
For our Dutch-Russian online conference Sustainable Dialogues 2021, taking place 4-6 October, we organise an open call. Deadline is 31 July.
Mime artist Niek Vanoosterweyck challenges the experience of theatre and human movement through a technological systematic approach.
What have Dutch artists achieved together with Japanese partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?
Graphic novelist Aimée de Jongh is renouned worldwide for her captivating and well-curated graphic novels, and she's continuing this trend in her latest work.
The New Dutch Water Defence Lines and Colonies of Benevolence are now considered as world heritage.
Dutch duo Ciao Lucifer and Indonesian band Rubah Di Selatan turned an old chant into a catchy dance track.
Young artists GINGE and Natalia Boorsma tell about their collaboration, the impact of social media, the female gaze and their international ambitions.
Due to COVID-19, many planned cultural activities by Dutch professionals in Indonesia were cancelled or postponed. An analysis of the data of 2020.
With educational programme ‘De Wereld van De Oost’ Dutch high school students learn to get a multi-perspective insight into the Indonesian War of Independence.
NL-Kanto and SHIBAURA HOUSE combine efforts to create NL HOUSE in Tokyo in celebration of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Read more about the obligation to self-quarantine and the exemption for cultural professionals to understand what this means for you.
DutchCulture invited young artists Tobias Groot, Lisette Ma Neza, Roziena Salihu and Zindzi Zwietering to learn about their methods, dreams and challenges.
In December 2020 and January 2021 we took time to reflect on how to create change in and through small art institutions. Read the pubication now.
Young artists Sid Dankers and Mike Megens barge their way into the art world with experimental live streams questioning authorship and collectiveness.
What have Dutch artists achieved together with Russian partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?
The international exhibition 'New Dutch Masters' of Museum van de Geest has been made possible entirely by funding from the Chinese partners.
The Netherlands and South Africa introduce a new co-fund for the film sector called Thuthuka. The first calls will be launched this autumn.
In this pilot of DC TV Talks, DutchCulture and Boekmanstichting created a programme about the dimension of sustainability in international cultural cooperation.
Louis Andriessen passed away on the first of July.