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What makes Europeans European, according to people from different parts of the world? At we explore our continent from a non-European perspective. With and . Sun 20 sept at 3pm. Read more ➡️
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DutchCulture Aug 4
How COVID-19 is creating unexpected new opportunities for the arts in the metropolis Tokyo. Read the reflection and watch back the video of our livecast Infected Cities #9: Tokyo via . 📷 Kjeld Duits
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DutchCulture Aug 3
Vacancy alert! We are looking for a Head of Communications & Marketing to co-shape and lead our new Communications & Marketing team. Fluent Dutch and English, network in cultural sector. Interested? Read more via . 📷 our office garden by Lourens Lente
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Juan Meliá Jul 31
How COVID-19 is creating unexpected new opportunities for the arts. Recap of Infected Cities #7: Johannesburg. ⁦⁩ and Pakhuis de Zwijger organised cross-cultural and cross-national conversations about art in corona times. By Bambi Bogert
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DutchCulture Aug 1
The Network of European Museum Organisations - released a report on digitalisation and copyright in European Museums. It also offers recommendations to relevant stakeholders to help museums digitalise their collections: .
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DutchCulture Jul 30
The organisers of the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in are calling on international artists to submit design proposals for public artworks: . 📷: 'See You in Beijing in 2022' - Beijing’s Handover Performance at PyeongChang 2018
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DutchCulture Jul 30
The Creative Industries Fund NL () has launched a new, temporary procedure to support Dutch creative industries and to encourage new forms of international collaboration. You can submit your application between 15 July and 30 Sept 2020: .
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DutchCulture Jul 29
What will international cultural cooperation look like in a post-corona world? DutchCulture's researcher Errol Boon reflects on this and other questions in his essay on translocality, which was recently published in ART AFRICA magazine: . 📷:
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Cees de Graaff Jul 28
The Vaccine, een digitaal sociaal experiment – Oproep voor deelnemers, ontwikkeld door Arpad Schilling, Forum on European Culture ⁦⁩ ⁦
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DutchCulture Jul 28
The graphic novel reveals the negative sides of gentrification for residents in Istanbul, Ankara, Utrecht and Amsterdam: . This project is supported by . 📷: illustration Rajab Eryiğit, photo Minem Sezgin
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DutchCulture Jul 27
An often invisible and silenced part of Europe’s cultural life is revealed and celebrated by the photography of Johny Pitts. The and present the exhibition Afropean: Travels in Black Europe from Sept 17. See . 📷: Johny Pitts
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DutchCulture Jul 26
Does football bring Europeans together? How positive is the sport's cultural impact? A discussion with , Rocky Hehakaija, and will take place at on Sat 19 Sept. Read more ➡️ .
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DutchCulture Jul 25
How to prevent cosmopolitanism from becoming rootless in a globalised age? DutchCulture's researcher Errol Boon reflects on Colloquium #2 and Dr. Ginna Brock's argument that local rootedness is needed for artistic cosmopolitanism: . 📷: Simon Heijdens
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DutchCulture Jul 24
COVID-19 hits the cultural sector in Johannesburg hard, but also appears to create unexpected new opportunities for the arts. Read the recap of Infected Cities #7 on Johannesburg via . 📷: Clodagh Da Paixo
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Netherlands in Brazil Jul 22
Nieuwe over Erfgoed: “Shared Cultural Heritage Fund Netherlands - Brazil”🇳🇱 🇧🇷
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DutchCulture Jul 21
How do protest movements give a voice to Europe's people? During Clare Farrell (), (Yellow Vests), Benjamin Roll () and other leaders discuss activism, strategies and the future. 🕔 Fri 18 Sep. Read more:
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DutchCulture Jul 20
Read up on how COVID-19 can provide a window to better understand China and rediscover international exchange in the recap of Infected Cities #6 on Shanghai: . 📷 Yong He
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Dutch Embassy & Consulate General🇳🇱🇦🇺 Jul 19
Do you have a great idea for a project about Dutch-Australian & history? You can still apply for a Shared Cultural Heritage contribution from the embassy until 1 October 2020.
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ASEF Culture360 Jul 19
The 'Infected Cities' series of well informed live sessions from cities around the world on the impacts of the pandemic on the sector ended in early July, but you can catch up with the discussions here
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DutchCulture Jul 19
In June 2020, Het , and DutchCulture organised the first Digital International Visitors Programme to explore how art and culture relate to sustainability. In the context of climate change and COVID-19, the digital format opens up new possibilities.
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