19.07.2012

Policy handbook on the strategical use of EU support programmes for developing Cultural and Creative Industries, OMC working group on CCI, April 2012

Policy handbook on “How to strategically use the EU support programmes, including Structural Funds, to foster the potential of culture for local, regional and national development and the spill over effects on the wider economy? “

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19.07.2012

Guide to European Funding for the non-profit sector, 2012-2013, ECAS

The 18th edition of the European Citizen Action Service Guide to European Funding for the Non-profit Sector provides the essential starting point in understanding how to access European Funding. Not for free.

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16.07.2012

Mobility guide for performing artists and technicians in Europe - Eures and EU employment agencies

Mobility Guide for Performing arts professionals in Europe, including 4 factsheets about Germany, Belgium, Sweden and Switzerland. French only.

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02.07.2012

TINFO News –Theatre and Ecology

TINFO publishes yearly theatre statistics of Finnish theatre, and provides material and advice on international mobility. TINFO News is a magazine on Finnish theatre, drama and artists. Among other issues, Theatre and Ecology is one of the main topic of this summer.

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25.06.2012

140 aides privées et publiques en faveur de la culture / 140 private and public funding for culture

In line with its mission of supporting creation and information, the CNAP - National center for fine arts (France) publishes this guide to "140 private and public funding for artists" (in French only).

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18.06.2012

"Objectif pays": resources for cultural professionals interesting to work abroad (French only)

The "Objectif pays" series offers a set of practical guides for cultural professionals interested to work internationally. The Countries available are: Mexico, Argentina, China, Morocco, Québec, Turkey, Vietnam.

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14.05.2012

Study on the profile of artistic and cultural professionals in South Mediterranean (2007)

The study on the profile of artistic and cultural professionals in non-EU Mediterranean countries (Étude sur le Profil des professionnels artistiques et culturels en Méditerranée non Européenne) deals with legal and social aspects related to the work of artists and cultural operators in the region. It also deals with the social recognition of the artists and the role of mobility in the recognition of the artist and the dialogue between cultures.

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11.05.2012

Mobility & Touring in East Africa: new publication by AMA - Art Moves Africa

Art Moves Africa (AMA) proudly presents « Mobility &Touring in East Africa », a research commissioned in 2011 and implemented by Hildegard Kiel on the performing arts sector in East Africa. The objective of the research was to identify the main actors of the performing arts field in East Africa and to analyse the relevance and frequency of artistic mobility from that geographical area towards the whole African continent.

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07.05.2012

The Migrant Artist’s Handbook: A guide to living and working in Cape Town & Johannesburg

South Africa. The African Arts Institute launched The Migrant Artist’s Handbook: A guide to living and working in Cape Town & Johannesburg. The handbook undertakes to provide both Migrant and South African start-up artists with resources, references and tools to approach various arts disciplines with self-fulfilling and self-sustaining imperatives. The Handbook is available for free online.

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04.04.2012

ON-AiR: Reflecting on the mobility of artists in Europe

After a two year collaboration the ON-AiR partners present: ON-AiR: Reflecting on the mobility of artists in Europe. With this publication the partners of the ON-AiR project aim to take you on a ‘journey’, reflecting on the current state of mobility in which the artists in Europe operate and their art flourishes. It also includes a summary of the results and outcomes of the ON-AiR project.

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26.03.2012

AIR - a platform for residency programs in Italy and abroad

Discover AIR: a platform dedicated to residency programs in Italy and abroad for artists and curators. AIR is useful to young foreigner artists and curators who want to know about or participate in an Italian residency program and at the same time helps Italians that wishes to gain experience in a residence abroad.

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26.03.2012

Touring in Scandinavia and the Baltics. Seminar 17-18 November 2011 - publication

Report of the seminar organised in November 2011 in Helsinki, Finland by International Theatre Festival Baltic Circle (Q-Teatteri). The seminar presented new sustainable models for regional and cross-border co-operation and opened discussion on international mobility outside big cities. The speakers were professionals from the field of theatre, dance, circus and performance art from Nordic and Baltic states.

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08.03.2012

EuroFIA Handbook - Dancers' Career Transition - Available now - English; Français; Español

Dancers are highly mobile professionals through the various stages of their career. This handbook compiles and analyses the data and information collected through desk research and a survey of EuroFIA members. It also offers a review of relevant national and international resources on dancers’ career transitions.

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14.12.2011

To Moscow! networking and mobility guide for performing arts in Russia, published by TINFO, 2011

The Finnish Theatre Information Centre (TINFO) has published a handbook “To Moscow!.”, which contains tips and recommendations to Finnish theatres planning to tour Russia and will definitely be of help to all those planning to perform in Russia and to Russian theatres.

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09.12.2011

Cultural organisations, how to evaluate your success online? Useful report Let's Get Real, by Culture24, September 2011

Culture24 has been working collaboratively on an action research project with a range of cultural sector organisations to help them define and measure their success online. The final report, called ‘Let’s Get Real’, details the methodology, research and key findings. Find also further useful resources for social media!

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09.12.2011

Exploratory mapping of intermediary organisations supporting performing arts circulation in Europe

The SPACE network invested on the improvement of the sector's intermediaries capacity building in view of fruitful and sustainable mobility. This exploratory mapping is meant to initiate a reflection on the sector's organisational models and dynamics. The research was conducted by Cristina Farinha in 2011.

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09.12.2011

New website of the European Expert Network on Culture (EENC)

The EENC website provides information about the group, access to documents produced in this context (papers and reports) and a database of relevant experts and organisations, as well as a library of publications and events in the field of European and international cultural policy.

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02.12.2011

New Legal Guide to Cultural Mobility in Spain, by Interarts - Practics Infopoint, November 2011

This publication, available in Spanish, addresses issues such as residence and work permits, labour and Social Security legislation, taxation, the recognition of academic and professional qualifications and business creation. Version française dans l'article.

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25.11.2011

Launch of WorldCP, database of country-specific profiles of cultural policies

WorldCP is a ongoing project that already holds cultural policies profiles of 15 countries in five continents -- keep an eye on this useful resource for researchers, journalists, networks, institutions, NGOs and governments!

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25.11.2011

Download for free the Europe-China Cultural Compass publication - an orientation for cultural cooperation between Europe and China, EUNIC, 2011

Are we meaning the same, when we say the same? -- This was the leading question at the start of the EUROPE-CHINA CULTURAL COMPASS project, an initiative by partners of EUNIC in China, the Goethe-Institut, the British Council, and The Danish Cultural Institute.

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