Mobility Information Points
Mobility Information Points (MIP) are information centres and/or websites in several European countries, and one in the USA, who aim to tackle administrative challenges that artists and cultural professionals can face when working across borders. Relevant issues can be around visas, social security, taxation, customs etc.
MIP are usually key players at national and European levels who advocate – together with other networks and organisations – for better conditions for artists and cultural professionals working internationally.
Find the MIP presentation and the contacts here
Check as well On the Move's hot topics' section.
Coronavirus situation's update:
Check the section 7 of our special webpage on the coronavirus's impact on arts, culture and cultural mobility (done in collaboration with Circostrada). Discover the actions developed by most of the Mobility Info Points such as:
Belgium: Information and taylor-made advice related to the Corona virus by Cultuurloket - link
Czech Republic: Arts and Theatre Institute - Culture in quarantine (with regular editions) - link
Finland: TINFO updated information (7 May) - link
Germany: Touring Artists updated information - link
Portugal: Regular updates on the facebook page of Polo Cultural Gaivotas Boavista
Slovenia: Motovila> Kako Slovenija pri premoščanju posledic pandemije covid-19 rešuje svoj kulturni in ustvarjalni sektor - link
USA: Tamizdat: Pro Bono Legal assistance - link
MIP joint events:
14 May 2020: Internal MIP meeting (online)
20 March 2020, SXSW, Bridges & Walls: Artist Visa Strategies & Advocacy, with representatives from Tamizdat, On the Move and Wales Arts International > cancelled
12 December 2019: Cultural Mobility to the USA - A webinar by Cultuurloket with Tamizdat
14-15 October 2019: internal MIP meeting in Brussels hosted by Cultuurloket.
17 May 2019 (with MobiCulture, Touring Artists and Cultuurloket) in Festival Passages, Metz, France in collaboration with Agence Culturelle Grand Est