Mobility Funding Guides
IFACCA | D'Art 49 research report on International Cultural Networks

IFACCA | D’Art 49 research report on International Cultural Networks

IFACCA (International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies) publishes its latest research report D’Art 49 on International Cultural Networks. The report looks at the various ways in which cultural networks operate, including their resources, membership, funding and activities, views on the purpose of cultural networks, challenges and potential solutions, and their vision for the future. During […]  More

Australian Studies in China conference | Contested Histories and Politics of Memory

Australian Studies in China conference | Contested Histories and Politics of Memory

Date: October 22, 2016 - October 25, 2016

Contested Histories and the Politics of Memory is the 3rd Foundation for Australian Studies in China conference, and will be held in Shanghai 22-25 October. Attendance is free and registration is open. This international conference will bring together scholars and students from a range of disciplines – International Relations, History, Politics, Cultural Studies and Literature – […]  More

Japan | Kenpoku Art 2016

Date: September 17, 2016 - November 20, 2016

Japan | Kenpoku Art 2016

With the theme of Sea, Mountains, Art! and under the Artistic Direction of Fumio Nanjo, a new art festival KENPOKU ART 2016 is launched in Northern Ibaraki Prefecture, home to six regional cities. and a place of fascinating contrasts, between nature, traditional culture and society, science and technology. The festival takes place 17 September – 20 November […]  More

Shanghai Project | Envision 2116

Date: September 3, 2016 - June 30, 2017

Shanghai Project | Envision 2116

Shanghai Project, and its theme of Envision 2116, considers mankind’s future – 100 years from now. With Phase 1 commencing with exhibitions and discussion events in September 2016, Shanghai Project serves as a platform to instigate new dialogues by inviting practitioners from a variety of disciplines, including not only liberal arts and social science, but art, […]  More

Marseilles | BABEL MED MUSIC call for musicians

Marseilles | BABEL MED MUSIC call for musicians

Deadline: September 30, 2016

The 13th World Music & Jazz Forum, BABEL MED MUSIC in Marseilles, 16-18 March 2017, has an open call for artists who wish to be considered for the programme, which aims to enhance the value and importance of CURRENT TRENDS OF WORLD MUSIC. From the 16th to the 18th of March 2017, BABEL MED MUSIC will […]  More

Phnom Penh | Chaktomuk Short Film Festival open call

Deadline: September 30, 2016

Phnom Penh | Chaktomuk Short Film Festival open call

  Chaktomuk Short Film Festival 5th edition (CSFF 2016) is organized in Phnom Penh on November 4-6, 2016 and has an open call for short films (under 30 mins) for the international showcase, as well as a specific competition for filmmakers from Cambodia. CSFF is organised by a Cambodian film collective Kon Khmer Koun Khmer […]  More

Travel grants for curators & museum directors for CIMAM 2016 conference in Barcelona

Deadline: September 14, 2016

Travel grants for curators & museum directors for CIMAM 2016 conference in Barcelona

Travel grants are available for selected professionals to attend the CIMAM 2016 (International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art) Annual Conference in Barcelona, 18–20 November. Eligible applicants: modern and contemporary art curators and museum or collection directors who are residing in countries with Emerging Market and Developing Economies. Thanks to the generous support of the Getty […]  More

Bangkok Creative District I Interview with David Robinson

Bangkok Creative District I Interview with David Robinson

As part of the By people/In Cities series, ASEF culture360 contributor David Fernández takes a closer look Bangrak-Klongsan Creative District in Bangkok, Thailand. In this second article, he interviews David Robinson, Director of the Bangkok River Partners and member of the Creative District Foundation’s steering committee.  More

The art of archiving lost things | From Monet to Tracey Emin

The art of archiving lost things | From Monet to Tracey Emin

What do Tracey Emin and Claude Monet have in common? Both created works that vanished into thin air and consequently are now part of galleries archiving lost art. Lai DEL ROSARIO explores what it means to archive objects that are no longer there.  More

By people / In cities | Bangrak – Klongsan Creative District | Bangkok

By people / In cities | Bangrak – Klongsan Creative District | Bangkok

David Fernandez introduces Bangkok's newly dubbed ‘Creative District’, an urban riverside area comprising two distinctive neighbourhoods, Bangrak and Klongsan, previously associated with slow and traditional river life that are currently going through a promising creative revival.  More

IFACCA | D'Art 49 research report on International Cultural Networks

IFACCA | D’Art 49 research report on International Cultural Networks

IFACCA (International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies) publishes its latest research report D’Art 49 on International Cultural Networks. The report looks at the various ways in which cultural networks operate, including their resources, membership, funding and activities, views on the purpose of cultural networks, challenges and potential solutions, and their vision for the future. During […]  More

Be informed of the Latest Events,
Opportunities and News on culture360.org

I accept the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy of ASEF Culture360.org