First cultural mobility experiences for European artists and cultural professionals in KOREA - a web-repertory
This web-repertory, done with the support of Korea Arts Management Service and its platform theApro- aims to provide European artists, cultural professionals and organisations with tips and resources for their first mobility experiences in Korea.
Written by experts from national governments, the report addresses the challenges the cultural and creative small businesses face finding funding. It highlights over 100 innovative instruments and 32 success stories.
ASEF culture360 announces the publication of the E-connector on digital arts and humanities, the second in a series of online resources on the culture and creative industries, digitisation of arts and humanities and cultural mobility in Asia and Europe. This project was commissioned by ASEF culture360 and researched by On the Move with the contribution of the Luxembourg Agency for Cultural Affairs and Planting Rice.
Dans ce guide des financements européens, retrouvez toutes les informations et de nombreux conseils pour monter votre projet et bénéficier des fonds européens (tous secteurs).
ASEF culture360 supports the publication of E-connector, a new series of online resources on the culture and creative industries, digitalisation of arts and humanities and cultural mobility in Asia and Europe. This project was commissioned by ASEF culture360 and researched by On the Move with the contribution of the Luxembourg Agency for Cultural Affairs and Planting Rice. Discover the first directory focused on Cultural and Creative Industries.
Creative Responses to Sustainability is part of a new ASEF series of guides looking at creative responses to sustainability in different countries in Asia.The guides, commissioned by ASEF culture360 and authored by Yasmine Ostendorf, map cultural initiatives across Singapore and South Korea engaging with social and environmental issues.
Etude sur les formations culturelles dans les pays ACP / Study on cultural training in the ACP countries
L’étude sur les formations culturelles ACP fournit une analyse comparative sur la disponibilité et l’accessibilité des formations en gestion culturelle et entreprenariat culturel dans les pays ACP. The study into ACP cultural training courses provides a comparative analysis on the availability and accessibility of cultural management and cultural entrepreneurship training programmes in ACP countries
In 2014, EUROCITIES was chosen by the European Commission to lead a brand new initiative called ‘Culture for cities and regions’. They are implementing it in partnership with KEA European Affairs and ERRIN (European Regions Research and Innovation Network). The project runs from January 2015 to September 2017 and includes the production of 70 case studies.
The Contribution of Art and Culture in Peace and Reconciliation Processes in Asia - A literature review and case studies from Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
Publication: Mobility and Touring in Central Africa / La mobilité et les tournées en Afrique centrale
AMA/Art Moves Africa is thrilled to announce the release of "Mobility and Touring in Central Africa," its third publication on mobility and touring in Africa. AMA / Art Moves Africa a le plaisir de présenter "La mobilité et les tournées en Afrique centrale," notre troisième publication sur la mobilité et les tournées en Afrique.
Based on the 100 actions of Culture 21 Actions, the questionnaire is open to local governments, individuals and organisations (academics, activists, civil society, etc.) interested in self-evaluating to what extent an integrated vision of culture in sustainable development exists in their cities.
This guide offers essential advice and shares experiences from industry leaders. The guide also provides a go-to list of services available from government departments and agencies to help you make the most out of international opportunities.
The European social partners in the live performance sector have launched two new online interactive tools to support risk assessment ("OiRA" tools). The OiRA tools for the Live Performance sector have been developed to give venues, production companies and all those working in the sector a roadmap to address the many health and safety challenges they face. Such tools can be useful in the context of touring and collaboration works.
Discover the tools Directory to implement and strengthen cultural policies and statistics in ACP countries. Découvrez le Répertoire d’outils d’appui à la mise en place et au renforcement de politiques et statistiques culturelles dans les pays ACP.
The GALA funding guide is a first inventory of public and private, international, European, national, regional and local funds, calls and initiatives that can support arts and culture projects on environmental sustainability. The research was coordinated by On the Move with the support from COAL, Coalition for art and sustainable development.
This research – based on 100+ survey responses, 12 depth interviews, and analysis of nearly 200 other Hubs – provides the starting point for understanding Europe’s Creative Hubs. It sets out who they are, what they do, and what support they need.
Entitled "Change, networked economy, the cultural sector and beyond", this online resource arises from the conviction about the need for a new
In the 2015 edition of TINFO News – Sustainability, Resilience and Performance Utopias, TINFO is interested in utopic thinking that reveals the potential for (sustainable) change. TINFO is also interested in exploring coping strategies in the artistic process, how critical meanings are articulated in artistic performances.
Artists around the world face threats, attacks and imprisonment. Some are forced to flee into exile. The Freemuse Advocacy and Campaign guide, available in Arabic, French and Pashto as well as English language suggests a number of practical actions organisations and individuals can take locally and internationally to support musicians and artists at risk.
Small companies (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), young people, researchers, public bodies and other categories can benefit from this guide.