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Poland hosts Mediations Biennale

Poland hosts Mediations Biennale

Date: September 11, 2010 - October 30, 2010

The second edition of Mediations Biennale will be held in Poznań from 11.09. to 30.10.2010. The grand opening of Mediations Biennale 2010 will be one of the associated events to the ASEM Conference.  More

Posted: September 9, 2010

META Cultural Foundation


META Cultural Foundation is one of the first private Romanian organizations activating in the field of visual arts. It manages its activities in multiple directions: exhibitions of Romanian contemporary art, sculpture symposia, interdisciplinary symposia, workshops – all these actions reunited artists, curators, art critics, managers, mathematicians, literates, anthropologists, biologists.  More

Association of Romanian Publishers


The Association of Romanian Publishers (AER) is the main professional association of Romanian publishing houses, gathering together publishers from all fields of cultural interest. The goal of the association is to represent and to defend the interests of Romanian publishers before the grand public, legislative institutions, public powers, other organizations and associations, the promotion of real values of Romanian culture and spirituality.  More

Ministry of Culture (Romania)


The Ministry of Culture of Romania is one of the ministries of the Government of Romania. It is responsible for the implementation of strategies and other policies in the fields of cultural heritage, the arts and the audiovisual sector (in collaboration with the National Audiovisual Council).  More

British Council Romania


British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations with other countries.Since 1991 British Council has set up partnerships with local institutions and developed a regional presence in Brasov, Cluj, Constanta, Iasi, Sibiu and Timisoara. Projects are developed to address the following areas of interest: Science, New Work New Audiences, Education Reform, and Human Rights and Equal Opportunities.  More

National Institute for Research and Cultural Training


The mission of the National Institute for Research and Cultural Training (NIRCT) is to reach – by means of cultural research and training – all the cultural operators, regardless of their level of subordination or the type of organization, for collecting and offering statistical data in order to sustain their own projects and to support their professional development.   More

Romanian Cultural Institute


The Romanian Cultural Institute, a public body founded in 2003, is tasked with raising the profile of Romanian culture around the world. In order to achieve this, it spreads information and spearheads cultural projects involving Romanian artists and writers. Furthermore, the Romanian Cultural Institute acts as means through which foreign audiences can experience the products of Romanian culture.  More

Romanian Information Center in Brussels (CRIB)



Romanian Information Center in Brussels (CRIB) is a Romanian governmental organization positioned as a focal point amid the information flow between Romania and the European environment in Brussels, a proactive supplier of information about Romania and its contribution to the European Union.  More

National Centre for Culture (CNC)


Centro Nacional de Cultura (CNC) was founded in 1945 as an “intellectuals’ club” in which to exchange ideas. It was the brainchild of a group of monarchists who wished to defend a free culture. …  More

Cultural Association Miso Music Portugal



“Miso Music Portugal is a music organisation that also hosts the Portuguese Music Information Centre (MIC). Miso Music aims to promote and create conditions for music creation and producing, especially providing training in the new communication and information technologies. It also pleads for the promotion and safeguard, but also…  More




Alkantara is an association based in Lisbon, dedicated to the development of the performing arts in Portugal and in an international context. Its work is motivated by a worldview mindful of difference and a less Eurocentric vision of contemporary artistic creation. Known until 2005 as Danças na Cidade (‘Dances in the City’), the association focuses its efforts on the promotion of contemporary dance and the work of young Portuguese choreographers.   More

Fundação Oriente


The Fundação Oriente aims at pursuing activities of a cultural, educational, artistic, scientific, social and philanthropic nature, namely in Portugal and Macao that shall aim to develop and continue the historical and cultural ties linking Portugal and the Orient, specifically China. The Foundation is headquartered in Lisbon and has delegations in Macao, India and East-Timor.  More

Cerveira Biennial Foundation



The Biennial of Cerveira Foundation vision is focused on promoting the “Biennial of Cerveira as a cultural space of creative excellence, with the capacity to stimulate a developmental model at a national and international level”. The Biennial of Cerveira Foundation mission is to “promote contemporary art, through its annual and multidisciplinary programs, the organization of the art biennials, the management and maintenance of the Foundation assets, the creation of the Biennial of Cerveira Museum, and the support to the creative entrepreneurship”.  More

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation


The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a Portuguese private institution of public utility whose statutory aims are in the fields of arts, charity, education and science. The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation also has a delegation in the United Kingdom (UK Branch) and a centre in Paris (the Calouste Gulbenkian Cultural Centre). The Foundation actively pursues its statutory aims in Portugal and abroad through a wide range of direct activities and grants supporting projects and programmes.  More

Secretary of State for Culture (Portugal)


The Ministry of Culture is the government department whose job is to pursue a global and coordinated policy in the area of Culture and related fields. It has, as its mission, to improve the conditions of access for citizens to Culture and, at the same time, to uphold…  More

Instituto Camoes, Portugal



The Instituto Camões (IC) is the Portuguese implementing agency for external cultural and educational policy. It operates under the responsibility of the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs but has administrative autonomy. Its purpose is to promote Portuguese culture and language abroad.  More

Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores



SPA – Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores (Portuguese Society of Authors) is a limited liability cooperative, established in 1925 to Manage Author’s Rights. It is the sole entity of its kind in Portugal, representing more than 20,000 Portuguese authors and authors from about 200 sister societies spread throughout 90 foreign…  More

National Commission for Culture and the Arts



The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) plays a pivotal role in the socio-economic development of the Philippines through its mandated functions such as the formulation of policies for the development of culture and the arts. It is the over-all coordinating body that systematizes national efforts towards the development, preservation, and promotion of culture and the arts.  More

National Museum of the Philippines



The National Museum (NM) is the repository and guardian of the Philippines’ natural and cultural heritage. As one of the lead government cultural agencies, it is tasked to achieve the goals of instilling cultural consciousness and a sense of pride and nationalism among Filipino citizens through its activities covering the sciences, education and culture.  More

Philippine High School for the Arts



The school is a public, secular, non-profit institution that combines a general secondary education level program with a special curriculum geared toward recognizing and developing highly talented and exceptionally gifted artists and leaders educated and committed to the preservation, enhancement and promotion of the Filipino heritage through culture and the arts.  More

CCP Dance School



The CCP Dance School (CCPDS) is the professional training ground of the country’s most promising young talents in dance. It’s unique curriculum encompasses various dance styles and techniques, the systematized method and approach to instruction takes highly into account children’s anatomy at various ages and levels so that the training is first and foremost physically safe, technically effective, and artistically interesting for all children.  More

Museo Pambata



The Museo Pambata is a children’s interactive museum, the first of its kind in the Philippines. It is in a sense an alternative to the formal classroom environment where learning resembles a one-way street – the teacher imparts knowledge and the students absorb it.  More

Philippine Ballet Theater



The Philippine Ballet Theatre (PBT) was founded in 1987 and has established itself as the pre-eminent classical ballet company in the Philippines today. It was borne out of an alliance of leading dance groups in the eighties but immediately won recognition as a resident ballet company of the Cultural…  More

Kalinawa Art Foundation



Kalinawa Art Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the finest Indigenous Peoples Art of the Philippines to the world. The foundation facilitates fine art and visual art shows and auctions for artist communities, a kind of art celebration that provides opportunities for Indigenous People to earn a better living with their talents.  More

Integrated Performing Arts Guild



The Integrate Performing Arts Guild (IPAG) is a leading Philippine dance-theater and drama company whose world-acclaimed productions integrate the dance, music, and arts traditions of the South where it is based.  More

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