DutchCulture / TransArtists

DutchCulture is a network and knowledge organisation for international cultural cooperation. It is the point of contact for the cultural sector in the Netherlands and Dutch diplomatic posts abroad. DutchCulture includes among its departments TransArtists. TransArtists combines and shares knowledge and experience on artist-in-residence programmes and other international opportunities for creative professionals to temporarily stay and work elsewhere. The website is the biggest source of information on artist-in-residence opportunities worldwide, with around 1,400 residency opportunities in the database.

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  • Exterior shot of Hermitage Amsterdam - a long, low brick building facing onto a canal, and a branch of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg.
    DutchCulture: Sustainable Dialogues 2021 Call for Young Museum / Heritage Professionals in Russia and the Netherlands (Online)
    DutchCulture’s Dutch-Russian online conference Sustainable Dialogues 2021 will take place 4-6 October 2021. They are now calling for applications from students of cultural disciplines and early-career museum, art and heritage professionals interested in creating international museum projects and participating in expertise-building workshops, focusing specifically on Dutch-Russian museum cooperation.
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    Posted 5 July 2021
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  • A smiling man and woman are on one side of a desk. On the other, facing away from us, is a man who looks like he's getting interviewed.
    DutchCulture: Advisor for the Mobility Info Point (Netherlands)
    The job announcement is in Dutch because the applicants shall speak and communicate in Dutch. DutchCulture is a member of On the Move and part of the Mobility Info Points.
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    Posted 21 October 2020
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  • Cover for Netherlands Mobility Guide. Purple background, title text at top and below a graphic of dozens of small black lines in a kind of wave formation.
    Mobility Funding Guide to the Netherlands
    Securing funding to finance international travels is a big challenge. On the Move and DutchCulture, Centre for International Cooperation have teamed up to provide you with this updated guide including information and tips on how and where to find funding for your mobility as an artist, a cultural professional and/or a cultural organisation to and/ or from the Netherlands.
    Funding Guides
    Posted 22 July 2020
  • Anish Kapoor structure of a giant ear horn or speaker, laid on a green hillside. Tiny people surround the mouth of it, as though they could walk inside.
    DutchCulture: Fair International Cultural Cooperation – Language
    DutchCulture are calling upon international cultural directors, artists, thinkers, scientists, critics, policymakers and funders with a focus on language issues and who are actively invested in the topic of fair international cultural cooperation to gather and discuss how international cooperation can be organised in a way that is fair in respect of the usage of language. A discussion will take place 18 September 2020 (remote participation possible) with an extended programme 16-18 September 2020 available for foreign visitors who are non-EU/US residents. Deadline: 2 July 2020.
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    Posted 9 June 2020
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    Fair International Cultural Cooperation
    A report from DutchCulture’s initiative to gather 40 international experts in Amsterdam to discuss the values and practicalities of fair(er) international cultural cooperation.
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    Posted 2 March 2019
  • Cover for Beyond Curiosity and Desire. Title text sits in a red strip that cuts across a white page.
    Beyond Curiosity and Desire: Towards Fairer International Collaborations in the Arts
    In collaboration with On the Move and DutchCulture, IETM has published a new Toolkit for fairer international collaborations, written by Mike van Graan. The publication explores why and how artists and cultural professionals can adopt a more equitable approach to international and intercultural collaborations.
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    Posted 1 June 2018