Resources' list from the document: Information Standards for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals (2011). Links to EU-level information services for citizens, such as Your Europe Advice, SOLVIT, Europe Direct, Culture Contact Points, as well as for businesses.
The CSPA provides a network of resources to artists and arts organizations by gathering and distributing information from partnering information sources, and through the development of special initiatives designed to enable sustainable practices while maintaining artistic excellence. The CSPA views sustainability in art-making through environmentalism, economic stability, and strengthened cultural infrastructure.
Cultural Box is a virtual library specialised in cultural management and cultural policy, devised by the Cultural Policy and Management Programme of the University of Barcelona. With over a thousand recorded references, in continuing development, it presents a search engine aimed at becoming a useful tool for professionals, students and experts interested in these fields. The platform is available in four languages (Catalan, Spanish, English and French).
The ARS BALTICA Cultural Map offers a selection of links from the broad range of cultural activities in the Baltic Sea Region, covering following countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland and Sweden.
The international dancers involved in the exchanges promoted by B.I.D.E. - Barcelona International Dance Exchanges share their "Thoughts" on BIDE website. Read their inspiring posts...
The project "Stories of stars and acrobats: forms of theatre between Turkey and Europe" took place in Turkey in spring 2012. Organised by Astragali Teatro - ITI Italy, it saw the participation of artists from Italy, Eastern Europe, Turkey and Mediterranean countries. After the successful experience a blog is online...
"I never dreamed of visiting Tibet. If not for the 2010 earthquake in Yushu, I probably would never have visited the place where I met the Buddhist monks and lamas with whom I would then collaborate." Indonesian artist Arahmaiani talks about her "Flag project" in Tibet and how art can cross all borders, in the interest of environmental sustainability.
Question Time: on-line space for dialogue and confrontation meant to develop a path of reflection on cultural policies
Question Time is a platform for dialogue and confrontation to open a debate on different current issues. Each theme will be proposed as a question on a specific issue. Those questions are meant to start an interactive reflection and are opened to anyone wishing to give its answer or opinions about the different topics. In collaboration with BJCEM, Artlab2012, Fondazione Fitzcarraldo.
Korea Arts Management Service has opened Korean/English websites focusing on Korean contemporary arts: the Apro, on visual arts, and the Artro, on performing arts. Check them today!
We invite you to discover Theatre Without Borders, an informal, volunteer, virtual community that shares information and builds connections between individuals and institutions interested in international theatre exchange. TWB is a virtual and practical space for creating artist-to-artist, people-to-people connections and for sharing knowledge, information and skills. Find out more...
One of the most important contemporary foundations, whose vision and primary focus are residential and artistic exchanges, is the Delfina Foundation, based in London and oriented towards the MENASA region – Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio, Art Researcher / Critic / Curator at the University of Barcelona, interviews Aaron Cezar, Delfina Foundation's director, to know more about the Foundation’s activities and reflect on the present and the evolution of mobility practices.
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.
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.
The WorldCP Asia, being currently developed by the Asia-Europe Foundation, is part of this worldwide database of country-specific profiles of cultural policies.
Moving to the EU? Wondering if you need a visa? And how to get a working permit? Have a look at the EU immigration portal!
The EU Immigration Portal serves as a first point of entry to reliable, practical and up-to-date information on immigration issues. It provides useful basic information written in user-friendly language, and gives rapid and direct access to relevant external websites for further details
ConnectCP is the international who's who of cultural policy, planning and research. It is an online database that contains profiles of 'experts' in cultural policy. Each profile outlines an 'experts' experience, current interests, and other information relevant to their work in cultural policy.
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.
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!
The SPACE project has undertaken experimental research in linking and sharing data on international performing arts touring across Europe and produced some extraordinary maps through the Travelogue.
Europerformanceguide.eu aims at being “the first Guide to European performance mobility” offering all sort of information, images and videos about stage, music, dance, recital, street art, opera, musical and new circus productions available for European touring.