We look at Dutch international cultural activities in 2021, and explore the road into a post-Covid world.
Planning a creative visit to the United Kingdom? The new Arts Infopoint UK Visa Guide helps you understand the available visa options.
TransArtists interviews artist residencies who offer refuge in times of crisis.
DutchCulture invites artists and cultural organisations to add their 2021 projects to the DutchCulture Database.
The National Archives of the Netherlands and the National Archives of Suriname signed a new working program on archival cooperation.
Dit artikel biedt hulp bij het opstellen van een overeenkomst met een internationale maker, die rekening houdt met de onzekerheid rond COVID-19.
TaNDem invites Dutch and German artists from the border region to pitch their ideas for cultural cooperation.
The Goethe-Institut develops the online cultural calendar kulturama.digital for international cultural offers.
Using oral history, archival and archaeological research, this project aims to tell the story of Camp Columbia and Dutch plans for rebuilding its empire.
Nieuwe tendensen in de internationale culturele ambities van de vier grote steden: een verkenning van het beleid voor 2021-2024.
The European Literature Night, a EUNIC Netherlands project, brings together both celebrated authors and promising literary talents from all over Europe.
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2020 Call for the DutchCulture Database of international cultural activities, adapted to the coronavirus restrictions.
How to prevent cosmopolitanism from becoming rootless in a globalised age?
DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organise cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the third edition, Cairo.
‘It’s Dutch Design’: international perspectives on something typically Dutch.
The Perception Change Project of the UN organised the online art contest The Future We Want, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.
The new podcast series 'De plantage van onze voorouders' by producer Maartje Duin investigates the traces of the slavery past within her family’s history.
You are invited you to to join a discussion about the possible impact of COVID-19 on artistic and cultural interventions in public space.
The director has written a fervid letter: "In the days ahead we will have to prove to ourselves and to the world that culture is able to counter misfortune".