The European Literature Night, a EUNIC Netherlands project, brings together both celebrated authors and promising literary talents from all over Europe.
DutchCulture and Pakhuis de Zwijger organise cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. Recap of the third edition, Cairo.
On 2 February 2020, the new Schengen Visa Code has come into force for everyone looking to apply for a short-stay Schengen Visa.
The report by Freemuse outlines how European governments carry the legal responsibility to respect, protect and fulfil obligations to artistic freedom.
On 6 December, the three ministers responsible for International Cultural Policy have submitted the new policy framework to the House of Representatives
The annual IQMF festival celebrated its 5th anniversary with much needed films, talks, performances and exhibitions. An impression of Saturday’s activities.
Op 6 december hebben drie ministers het nieuwe beleidskader Internationaal Cultuurbeleid aangeboden aan de Tweede Kamer.
A year on the post is a series of interviews with cultural attachés about their experiences. This edition: Janette Verrijzer in Moscow.
In the run-up to the symposium Artistiek Kompas, Errol Boon wrote an essay on ethical challenges artists face when confronted with artistic censorship.
Performance(s) Between Two Shores is een Creative Europe Cultuur gesteund project uitgevoerd door Dancing on the Edge
Internetkunstenaar Constant Dullaart spreekt bij de lancering van DutchCulture's nieuwe website en database. Hoe denkt hij over de rol van data in ons leven?
Beshoy Adel: cultuurmaker tegen de Egyptische stroom in. Over de impact van internationale samenwerking, persoonlijke drijfveren en de realiteit van Egypte.
Interview: artist-in-residence Adam Belarouchia. "The global virtual world is just a mouse-click away, but such a far cry from the reality of Moroccan society"
De revolutie zorgde voor bloei in kunst en cultuur in Egypte. Ook voor kindercultuur betekende het een omslagpunt. Bijna 8 jaar later is daar weinig van over.