AiR Platform NL

AiR Platform NL

A year into the pandemic and many online exchanges later, AiR Platform NL set out to visit residences in the Netherlands. Hello again, how have you been?

(A)WAKE Open Call for a 6-weeks artist residency programme at MONO club space in Rotterdam, supporting emerging artists from West Asia and North Africa (WANA), who are living in The Netherlands and working in the field of visual and digital media arts. Deadline: May 9 

1646 is an art space in the heart of The Hague. The exhibition program at 1646 shows innovative artistic practices, inviting local and international artists to make new work. With a focus on solo-projects, 

The GALA Funding and Resources Guide – Second edition is listing funding opportunities for arts and culture projects related to environmental sustainability (support schemes, transnational supports, European projects, residencies, festivals etc.) and links to sources of inspiration

The Summer Sessions are short-term international art and technology residencies for emerging artists and designers. A network of cultural organizations all over the world sponsors and hosts the residencies. Every summer they offer early-career artists and designers support so they can take part in production residencies abroad.

DutchCulture|TransArtists invites you to the third webinar about i-Portunus, mobility funding scheme for artists and creators, with a focus on Architecture.

Reshape is a collaborative, bottom-up research and development project that proposes instruments for transition towards an alternative, fairer, and unified arts ecosystem across Europe and the Southern Mediterranean.

In ‘exformation’, Dutch artists, Hannie van den Bergh and Jan van den Berg offer us a colourful, polyphonic collection of photos and stories representing their trips to Japan and their encounters in Japan.

It’s been exactly 4 years since DutchCulture|TransArtists published the last issue of Station to Station, and more or less a year since the world went into a lockdown. This lockdown made us realize a new, reflective, issue would be needed.