ArtCOP21: global festival of cultural activities on climate change

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris, the French and international cultural sectors are coming together in the ArtCOP21 to confirm the central role of culture in ecological transition and sustainable development. In line with our involvement in the Green Art Lab Alliance, we are very proud to say that DutchCulture | TransArtists is taking part in the… read more


Created in China. The artist's experience

On November the third, 2015 DutchCulture organized the program Created in China. The artist's experience to dive into questions like "How to establish a collaborative relationship with Chinese art institutions and initiatives?" and "How to take part in, and what to expect from Chinese artist-in-residence programs… read more


Created in China - The artists' experience

DutchCulture China Desk and TransArtists desk are organising a meeting on working in and with China on 3rd November in Amsterdam.

How can you work as an artist in China ? How to establish a collaborative relationship with Chinese art institutions and initiatives? What do you need to know to extend your work in this specific context ? How to take part in, and what to expect from Chinese artist-in-residence… read more


Alliance of Artists Communities' 2015 annual conference - International mobility handout

The Alliance of Artists Communities (USA) is an international association of artists' residencies — a diverse field of more than 1,500 programs worldwide that support artists of any discipline in the development of new creative work. Believing that the cultivation of new art and ideas is essential to human progress, the Alliance's… read more


Our deadlines' reminder newsletter is out!

TransArtists deadlines reminder newsletter for November and December is out!

Apart of having a complete list of upcoming residency deadlines for the next two months, with each newsletter we highlight different platform/resource/organization that is relevant for giving information on artist-in-residence opportunities. This time it is China Residencies, non-… read more


Dialogue about the future of the artistic practice

16 September 2015

DutchCulture | TransArtists was glad to be part of the information market for young artists inside museum De Pont in Tilburg this week surrounded by light projection of James Turrell & works by Amish Quilts. Here Kunstpodium T and museum De Pont museum presented Day of the Young… read more


Séance d'information sur les résidences, Bruxelles, BE

Artist Project (Bruxelles, BE) est une plateforme dynamique, active dans le conseil et l'accompagnement d’artistes. Son objectif : aider les artistes à valoriser leurs projets et à acquérir plus d'autonomie dans leur parcours professionnel. Pour ce faire, ses trois missions sont d'informer, former et conseiller les artistes ainsi que tous les publics intervenant dans les domaines créatifs… read more


Snapshot on performing arts residencies

In May 2014, we took part in the IETM Asia Satellite Meeting in Melbourne (Australia) to discuss how performing artists should consider taking part in residency programmes worldwide, as more and more residencies offer opportunities in these disciplines (it was during the "Info Cell on Residencies"). Residencies for performing artists can be either focused… read more


Activity log 2015

DutchCulture | TransArtists is taking part in meetings, conferences and visits in 2015. Next to that, we also organise our own activities, such as expert meetings, visits of residencies in NL for foreign cultural professionals and workshops.

Read more about our recent activities, and don't hesitate to contact us if you would like more information!

In the midst of the Tsjech Republic woods

Aug 9-11, AiR Platform NL went to read more


Green Art Lab Alliance: what's up, what's next ?

The March 2015 Green Art Lab Alliance meeting in Glasgow marked the end of a two year project spanning across Europe. After the conclusion of this final meeting, Creative Carbon Scotland asks how the partners can continue this investigation into the arts and sustainability. Read the report of the Glasgow meeting… read more