TaNDem invites Dutch and German artists from the border region to pitch their ideas for cultural cooperation.
Report on National Policy Framework for Colonial Collections: “Recognition of injustice and willingness to rectify it”
The report 'Advies Koloniale Collecties en Erkenning van Onrecht' was officially presented to Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven and published online this week.
The European Literature Night, a EUNIC Netherlands project, brings together both celebrated authors and promising literary talents from all over Europe.
Hoe vraag je Europese subsidies aan? Hoe vind je speellocaties in China? Makers met internationale ambities kwamen naar DutchCulture on Tour: Editie Brabant.
2020 Call for the DutchCulture Database of international cultural activities, adapted to the coronavirus restrictions.
The Colonies of Benevolence in the Netherlands and Belgium have received the European Heritage Label.
Tien Europese sites ontvangen het Europees Erfgoedlabel.
Our Brexit event this February showed that the freedom of movement of people, goods and services across the Channel will not be as evident as it was before.
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.
This year Hermitage Amsterdam is celebrating its tenth anniversary with several projects, including the educational project Museum 15/24.
To celebrate the connections between Dutch cultural professionals and the United Kingdom, the Dutch Embassy in London has published a magazine.
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.
Kurdish-Dutch singer Naaz received two prizes at the Music Moves Europe Talent Awards that took place last weekend at Eurosonic in Groningen, the Netherlands.
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
Op 6 december hebben drie ministers het nieuwe beleidskader Internationaal Cultuurbeleid aangeboden aan de Tweede Kamer.
Under the title 'New Dutch Writing', Dutch literature will be presented at more than seventy festivals and events in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Follwing the visit of the King and Queen of the Netherlands, Dutch authors are presenting their work in Brandenburg.
Deadlines: 31 oktober en 16 december 2019 (13.00 uur)
The world of animation is ever-expanding and Dutch creatives are assuming a leading role. A conversation with specialists in the sector.
Since the Middle Ages many people from the Low Countries have been going to the Baltic area. Their presence is still visible and audible today.