As part of its multiannual programme, each year On the Move proposes a workshop for cultural mobility developers.
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.
DutchCulture and the Netherlands Embassy in India will host an information session about cultural cooperation with India.
Voor onze afdeling Mobiliteit & Advies zoeken wij een adviseur Mobiliteit & Advies (M/V/X) voor 32 uur per week vanaf oktober 2022.
Voor onze afdeling Mobiliteit & Advies zoeken wij zo spoedig mogelijk een allround Ondersteunend Medewerker (M/V/X) voor 32 uur per week.
Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study NIAS invites researchers, artists, writers and journalists to participate in its 2nd international conference.
Voor ons productieteam zoeken wij per direct een Projectleider Productie (M/V/X) voor 32 uur per week.
We look at Dutch international cultural activities in 2021, and explore the road into a post-Covid world.
On 13 June 2022, the visitor centers of the Colonies of Benevolence in the Netherlands and Belgium were officially awarded the European Heritage Label.
Is there a lost generation of young artists and creatives due to the corona crisis? The Council for Culture investigated the issue.
Planning a creative visit to the United Kingdom? The new Arts Infopoint UK Visa Guide helps you understand the available visa options.
TransArtists offers open calls for short-term and long-term residency programmes.
A yearly event by the EUNIC Netherlands cluster, this year European writers and poets reflect on the effect of the war in Ukraine on Europe’s past and future.
Join our live event on 9 June about the current conditions of the cultural sector in Hungary.
TransArtists interviews artist residencies who offer refuge in times of crisis.
Every year the Dutch Embassy in Belgium organises 4 open calls for funding support. Deadline for the next one is 29 May.
For 5 months, Dutch fashion design icon Viktor&Rolf are staging their first ever retrospective exhibition in Asia in China's 'design capital' Shenzhen.
Our information point aims to help Dutch artists and organisations by answering questions about cultural cooperation with Ukraine and Russia.