We are exploring new forms of hospitality through cross-sectoral exchanges on 16 june 2023 in Amsterdam.
An exploration of the needs, challenges and practices of welcoming and hosting forcibly displaced artists and art workers.
With this article we want to offer tools from the field of art and culture that can offer new perspectives on the topicality and history of anti-black racism.
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.
Art programme VERVE, presenting Dutch art in Belgium, is a plea for slowing down and sets an example for future art programmes.
The new Schengen Code: what are the changes and how will it affect your international cultural practice?
On 2 February 2020, the new Schengen Visa Code has come into force for everyone looking to apply for a short-stay Schengen Visa.
Freemuse report: 'Security, Creativity, Tolerance and their Co-existence: The New European Agenda on Freedom of Artistic Expression'
The report by Freemuse outlines how European governments carry the legal responsibility to respect, protect and fulfil obligations to artistic freedom.
Policy framework International Cultural Policy 2021-2024 submitted to House of Representatives: strategic focus on 23 countries
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.
Cultural attaché Janette Verrijzer about the challenges of funding in Moscow: "Some of our partners simply don't have the means"
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
DutchCulture organiseerde in samenwerking met deBuren een internationale conferentie in Antwerpen over de kracht van kunst en creatieven in de stad.