Green Art Lab Alliance Partners
Green Art Lab Alliance Partners
DutchCulture / Trans Artists Desk (NL)
Transartists.org is the platform stimulating and strengthening artists' mobility in the Netherlands and internationally. It combines and shares expertise and offers tools and services on artist-in-residence programs and related issues. Trans Artists forms part of DutchCulture, centre for international cooperation, the organisation for the promotion, support and implementation of international cultural cooperation in the Netherlands. DutchCulture operates in the areas of culture, media and heritage.
Trans Artists is the coordinator of the Green Art Lab Alliance project. For any further information, please contact Mareile Zuber, GALA project manager.
Founded by and for the music industry in 2007, Julie's Bicycle is now the acknowledged international authority on environmental sustainability for the creative industries, working with over 700 organisations across the UK and internationally.
Our mission is to encourage the arts and creative industries to act on the causes of climate change, environmental degradation and resource inequalities. We want to take environmental solutions to scale thereby demonstrating the creative communityʼs capacity for society-wide leadership. Julie's Bicycle is a not-for-profit organisation.
Art Motile is a platform based in Barcelona which provides information and resources on Spanish artist in residence programmes and other issues related to artist mobility. Read more about its services on Art Motile's website.
Creative Carbon Scotland is a partnership of arts organisations working to put culture at the heart of a sustainable Scotland. We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.
Glasgow Arts, subbranch of Glasgow Life, supports the development of arts and cultural activity in the city through supporting individual artists, performers and arts organisations and through actively encouraging access and participation in the arts among the widest possible range of people.
The Jan van Eyck Academie is an international post-academic art institute that offers space to ambitions, plans and work of artists, designers, writers, curators, thinkers. At the core of the institute is the conviction that the exchange with others engenders awareness: of the meaning of things, one’s own work, the (art) world.
The Jan van Eyck Academie wants to be a hybrid place for experiment, research, study, production, encounters – a place where art and world, issues from our society and artistic responses can converge.There will be a merging of individual research and in-depth knowledge about themes; making and thinking; vita activa and vita contemplativa.
The Swedish Exhibition Agency supports museums and other exhibitors in development and collaboration through providing knowledge, experiences and networks from global monitoring and analysis. We also develop technology and methods together with creative exhibitors and disseminate what we learn through advice, courses and newsletters. Our operation also prioritises children and young people and the development and accessibility of contemporary art.
TippingPoint is network-based organisation aiming to be a year round ‘connector’ of the arts and climate science worlds. At the heart of our work is an international programme of two-day gatherings where artists and scientists participate in an informal but intense series of meetings and exercises to provoke and engender collaborative thinking and creative work. We also offer points of engagement through one off events, conferences and public debates.
Pollinaria is an organic farm and research institute, active in rural Abruzzo, Italy. It promotes innovative, integrated work in the fields of art, agriculture and the environment, as a fundamental driver for developing human life in harmony with nature.
We are engaged in curating exhibitions of contemporary art, organising academic conferences and professional workshops, the documentation and archiving of artistic projects and events, as well as producing books and catalogues.
On the Move (OTM) is the cultural mobility information network active in Europe and worldwide. OTM signposts free and updated information on cultural mobility opportunities through its website, facebook page and monthly newsletter. OTM also produces online cultural mobility funding guides and toolkits providing tips and resources to facilitate cultural mobility (Move on! for emerging artists, guide for cultural journalists, green mobility guide etc.).
OTM has been advocating for better conditions for mobile artists and cultural professionals through its Charter for a Sustainable and Responsible Cultural Mobility. The topics covered are visas, social, administrative and environmental issues and funding strategies.
Our team of four carries out artistic residency programme tasks on two levels. First of all through a curatorial residency programme: we invite foreign artists to participate in the programme so that they can realise their own artistic projects. They use the residency to study a new setting, reflect on their practice, experiment.
GeoAIR (2003 onwards) organizes and supports international exchange projects with the goal of strengthening the Georgian and Caucasian art world, bringing together artists from different cultural backgrounds and finding relevant contexts for them to work in. Besides this, GeoAIR stimulates and raises awareness and engagement with art and culture from this region. We work together with international individuals and organizations that share our goals.
GeoAIR has also become, over the past years, an ‘intermediary’ for individuals and organizations that seek connection with the arts in this region.
MoTA - Museum of Transitory Art is a unique platform for research and production of Transitory Art. It examines ideas of museum today and in the future – which forms can it take and what roles does or should it have. MoTA examines the idea of the museum - what is its role today and in the future, the idea of transitoriness - in either space or time, and art - what is art in relation to life.
MoTA is a unique platform dedicated to the research and production of the Transitory, Experimental and Live Art forms. It is a museum without physical space. Its programs are realised in different locations and contexts, both in material and virtual space.
In 2001 the artist David Buckland created the Cape Farewell project to instigate a cultural response to climate change. Cape Farewell is now an international not-for-profit programme based in the Science Museum's Dana Centre in London and with a North American foundation based at the MaRS centre in Toronto.
Cape Farewell works in partnership with scientific and cultural institutions to deliver an innovative climate programme of public engagement. We use the notion ofexpedition - Arctic, Island, Urban and Conceptual - to interrogate the scientific, social and economic realities that lead to climate disruption, and to inspire the creation of climate focused art which is disseminated across a range of platforms - exhibitions, festivals,publications, digital media and film.
With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union