International visas and taxation: a guide for performing arts organisations in Australia and New Zealand
This guide helps navigate the sometimes complex processes surrounding visas, work permits and taxes when preparing to tour internationally. Dedicated to Australian and New Zealand performing arts companies touring worlwide, it contains useful information for artists of all countries and disciplines on target countries in Europe, Asia, Latin and North America.
Moving Arts asseses the carbon impacts of Bands, Orchestras and Theatres touring the UK and internationally
IETM invited Guy Cools, independent producer, to write a document on the dos and don'ts of co-production and touring in Europe. (version française dans l'article)
This basic guide has been prepared by Judith Staines to help artists and arts professionals understand better the main issues that affect how and what they are paid when they work abroad in Europe. 2007
This short guide to global mobility is written by Judith Staines for artists and cultural operators. It is concerned with professional mobility, travel to and work in places beyond Europe. (version française dans l'article)
Rosa Videira has written a short guide to authors’ rights, collective administration of royalties and contracts for artists and performers.
The Kunstenloket is a contact point for practical and legal advice on everything to do with working as an artist in Belgium. Since ever more foreign artists are using Kunstenloket services, the information on the artist’s status, reimbursements and foreign artists in Belgium is now available in English and French on the website.
The “Artists Moving & learning” two year research project analysed the impact of mobility of artists in Europe from an educational and lifelong learning perspective. The first outcomes have been published: ten national monographs with interviews of artists from the performing and visual arts in 10 EU member states.
Artist Visa Applications: Arguments for Success - Il visto per gli artisti: argomenti per il successo
How do you argue when visa issuing offices and embassies continue to violate international recommendations and conventions? This Freemuse “Quick Guide” tackles various points set out in international conventions and recommendations to help you argue for smooth visa handling.
A guidance and reference document, from 2009, from EuroFIA, the European Group of the International Federation of Actors.
the study pursued two main goals: mapping the Italian situation of information offer and demand related to culture mobility, and defining a set of quality criteria to apply to a Mobility Infopoint which could possibly be set up in Italy. (version française dans l'article)
Study “International mobility of artists and other professionals active in the field of culture”, Portugal
The study “International mobility of artists and other professionals active in the field of culture” is now available online.
AIR_J is a website dedicated to disseminating information about Artist-in-Residence programmes across Japan in both Japanese and English.
Funding opportunities for International Cultural Cooperation in Spain, Interarts Practics Infopoint resource updated!
This document provides a set of information resources related to existing funding opportunities in the field of international cultural cooperation in Spain. (version française dans l'article)
Since the 5th April 2010, the EU Visa Code has become applicable. This EU regulation has been adopted in order to increase transparency, simplify and accelerate the procedures concerning Schengen visas.
The European federation of professional circus schools (FEDEC) just published the Web version of the publication "Miroir project - part 2 / Analysis of key competences of young professional circus artists".
Mobility Matters - Programmes and Schemes to Support the Mobility of Artists and Cultural Professionals
The ERICarts Institute carried out a six month study for the European Commission between April and October 2008 on mobility incentives in the culture/creative sector. The final study was published in November 2008.
In 2010, OTM has launched "Excited Atoms" an exploration of virtual mobility in the contemporary performing arts. The study looks at what virtual mobility means, and gives an overview of the different ways in which artists use new technologies – and thus being also more ‘green’. The Excited Atoms study was funded by OTM member Fundacion Autor, and presents some of the most critical issues and motivations for artists, cultural producers and promoters to collaborate, share, make, question, present and innovate using virtual mobility.
The Changing Room Knowledge Base is a wiki style resource written by and for cultural operators and students. (version française dans l'article)
La circulation internationale du spectacle - Guide pratique de la diffusion du spectacle vivant et de la mobilité des artistes Vous avez un projet qui allie spectacle, tournées à l’étranger, musiciens du monde entier? Vous cherchez à clarifier le «flou artistique» qui règne dès que l’on aborde «les eaux internationales»?