The New Media Workers Research Platform, which happened in Shanghai, China, in 2010, explored the living and working conditions of new media workers in Asia and Europe. A group of new media practitioners, artists and civil society organisers, discussed and researched the transformations taking place in the web-based industries in the two regions. The research is then published online in a project website – Transit Labour Circuits, Regions, Borders.
SEAS Dock is the legacy of European arts platform Black/North SEAS 2006-2010.
ON-AiR is a collaborative project of 19 partners; artist-in-residence centers, art education institutes, municipalities, knowledge centers and artists-run initiatives in 15 EU countries coordinated by Trans Artists.
Your Europe portal, the official source of information and assistance to help mobile Europeans understand and defend their EU rights.
The International Coalition for Arts, Human Rights & Social Justice is a network of aligned people and organisations who represent social and cultural movements, human rights organisations, artist collectives and associations, artist residencies, host cities and communities of conscience.
Culture Jobs International (CJI) is a website that keeps cultural operators informed about jobs in Europe and beyond, and enables cultural organisations to recruit from across Europe.
Meetphool is a professional platform where members of the performing arts sector can showcase their work, share professional expertise and build collaborations. (version française dans l'article)
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)
Wooloo.org was launched by the artist group Wooloo Productions in 2002 as a platform to connect with other artists and the projects we all work on. Since then, the ongoing Wooloo mission has been to facilitate relationships between members of artistic communities around the world.
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.
A compilation of cases on the hurdles of artists mobility put together by three intersecting networks: Res Artis, freeDimensional and The Upgrade.
Art and culture make Europe's heart beat. That's vital. Join the we are more campaign launched by Culture Action Europe, and sign the Manifesto to ask for more support for culture in the next EU budget (2014-2020)!
The Red Tape section of the Visiting Arts website is a great resource for all those working and willing to work in the United Kingdom. Here you can find advice and downloads on "working internationally, including the UK cultural contact point.
Triangle Network encourages exchange of ideas, artists' mobility, experimentation and fresh thinking; with an emphasis on process and professional development. Each space within the Network is independent and set up to respond to local needs.
Virtual mobility: a contribution to artistic innovations, participatory approach and new angle of policy making: an interview with Judith Staines
On-the-Move has launched last April "Excited Atoms" an exploration of virtual mobility in the contemporary performing arts. The author, Judith Staines, in an interview to Lidia Varbanova from the Labforculture.org describes the main challenges raised by the virtual mobility world to artists and policy makers.
1mile² is a new programme, launched in 2009, that addresses the interrelation between culture and the environment within diverse societies, and provides creative learning opportunities through a process shaped by artistic practice.
Artafrica.infor is an online platform where you can find information on artists from lusophone countries, general information and contacts regarding the major cultural institutions related to the visual arts in each of the lusophone countries, publications, virtual exhibit and portfolios from visual artists from these countries or from the Lusophone diaspora.
The Changing Room Knowledge Base is a wiki style resource written by and for cultural operators and students. (version française dans l'article)
The International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC) is a worldwide network of organisations working on a non-profit basis to promote and document the music of our time. Each member-organisation focusses on the music of its own country or region. Most cover all genres from contemporary and classical music to jazz, rock, popular music, world music and other forms, while some centres focus on a particular musical field.