The second Yearbook released by Team Network is entitled "East/West : Distorting mirrors". It provides insight into the political and artistic aspects between East and West with five portfolios and a series of texts in their original language (Portuguese, French, Italian, Polish) along with an English translation.
Interartive is an open platform for dialogue that seeks to link various fields of investigation related to contemporary art and thought.
In the framework of preparations for the international seminar 'Cultural Diplomacy: a Perspective from Catalonia', which took place in Barcelona on 2-4 December 2009, a series of documents related to this topic was collected.
body>data>space is a collective of artists and designers based in East London. They are engaged in creating fascinating connections between performance, architecture, new media and virtual worlds.
Three new interconnected web portals with lots of useful info for artists, cultural managers and educators in Europe and beyond looking to work internationally.
European project dedicated to the mobility of new drama between countries.
This article from The Guardian explores the perspectives of British artists who chose to live and work elsewhere and artists from abroad who choose to be based in the UK.
The Mobility Hub is a virtual diffusion platform offering information on contemporary arts in the Arab world, such as performing and visual arts.
Check out the lively and well connected social networking site created by the Red Sudamericana de Danza (South American Dance Network) in association with idanca.netMovimiento
The Arterial Network is an informal, dynamic network of individuals, institutions and funding partners working to support the effectiveness and growth of African arts and culture in civil society and to enhance the sustainability of creative industries in Africa.
Aerowaves offers a service to list dance platforms from around Europe and beyond. You can check the calendar for future programmes. You can send listing info for a national or regional dance platform.
IFACCA is delighted to release its research report on artists' international mobility programs. Researched and written by UK-based consultant, Judith Staines, with input from IETM, IFACCA and 25 respondents covering every continent, the 35-page report documents the many types of artists' mobility initiatives implemented around the world. (version française dans l'article)
Culture Action Europe: the political platform for Arts and Culture
I'm moving abroad in Europe – how do I get a residence permit? What are the rules on roaming charges? My flight's been cancelled - what are my rights? What EU grants can my organisation apply for? For the answers to all these questions and more, contact Europe Direct central information service.
Looking for information on how the cultural scene is funded and managed in the Russian Federation? Compendium contains a useful country profile as well as profiles for 41 other countries.
An introduction to theatre today in Central Asia and Afghanistan is a downloadable publication written by Simon Tordjman for IETM.
The bilingual resource is designed for both Russian and International theatre professionals, and is to provide information on Theatre Festivals in Russia; News, Announcements, and General Coverage of Russian Theatre Life; International Cultural Cooperation Programs including Events and Festivals, Networking and Funding, relevant Publications.
National Centre of Dance in Bucharest, developing national and international programmes for dance in Romania
OTM is delighted to present specially commissioned digital portraits of artists in Europe who work internationally. The artists reflect on why being mobile is so important to them professionally and creatively and present their work online.
The European Commission has published a new book with portraits of 31 mobile workers, as part of the European Year of Workers' Mobility 2006. Three of the portraits are of mobile performing arts professionals.