Take advantage of our directory of cultural organizations in 46 countries. From performing arts, visual arts, new media, film, heritage and museums, search for private and public organisations across Asia and Europe.
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We Seek: We are looking for production teams, filmmakers, directors, producers, brands, TV channels who a reliable and experienced partner in China.
We Offer: We have 8 years of experience of filmmaknig in China. We're here to help you make your shoot work in China. We provide a wide variety of production services: Budgeting, Location Scouting, Research, Fixing, Story Development, Script Writing, Studio Booking, Casting, Visa and Permissions, Line Production, Equipment Hire, Local Crew Hire, Fixing, Translation, Stills, Government Liaison, Dailies/Telecine. Film or Digital Post-production Work-Flow, Encoding, Editing, Translation, Transcription, Subtitling.
Projects: Meet Me at Starbucks, Green China Rising, Ramez Around The World, IWC Schaffhausen
Mandarin Film has produced and co-produced a number of award-winning documentaries for an international audience. Mandarin Film can help make your foreign film, documentary, TV or online content happen… Read More
The Southeast Asian Creative Cities Network (SEACCN) is a network for creative cities and clusters in Southeast Asia. Read More
Creative Chiang Mai (CCM) is a network, vision and initiative to promote creativity and innovation in Chiang Mai Read More
Czech Society for Film Studies (CEFS) is a civic association of scholars, pedagogues, students, archivists, critics and creators in the field of film and audio-visual media, which have main… Read More
We Seek: Partnerships with theatres, art spaces and cultural organisations seeking to engage with China through artist residency projects across the performing arts.
We Offer: Huo Dong Fang (literally translated as Moving House) is a place for training, research and new works in performance. It is the only residency in Beijing set-up specifically for dance and theatre. Providing accommodation, ample studio spaces and a wide China network, the house is a crossways for Chinese and international theatre and dance companies, dramaturges, actors, directors, choreographers, musicians, composers, writers, producers, designers and pedagogues from around the world, fostering lasting relationships and generating new works.
Projects: Beijing Fringe Festival; International Residency Program
Eligible Applicants Residency is particularly relevant for those wishing to devise, hold workshops, rehearse or conduct research in dance, physical theatre or Chinese performance. Companies or individuals for whom… Read More
We Seek: Rasa Projects is seeking to develop partnerships with galleries and residency programmes across South Asia in order to share and source artists and artworks for the exhibition programme. We are also seeking grants and funding for the development and growth of the gallery in the UK.
We Offer: Rasa Projects is the pioneering platform for emerging and established conceptual artists from South Asia to the European market. Rasa Projects will open in June 2015 with a series of exhibitions across different venues in London, and will open a permanent gallery space in 2016.
Projects: Contemporary art gallery focusing on exhibiting conceptual emerging artists from across South Asia in London
Rasa Projects is dedicated to organizing thought-provoking exhibitions, challenging artistic conventions and creating conceptual interventions stemming from the artists’ individual contexts. To complement the exhibition programme, the gallery will collaborate with curators and writers to produce essays and catalogues to continue the discourse on contemporary visual culture in a broader context. Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
We Seek: We are a non profit organization dedicated to education, economic and cultural activities and international relations. We are based in Brasov, Romania. We are seeking your partnership to promote our Euro-Asia Global Forum Forever Young Project –Vlad the Impaler, Dracula – Myth and Reality, promoted through Literature, Arts, Film, Tourism, Image, Style,Life. We wish to embark this Project upon from September, 2015. European Literature Circle on the Silk High Way. Rediscovering the Old Silk Road through Education, Culture and Science. Euro – Asia Promotion and Cultural Foundation (EAPCF) and European Literature Circle (ELC) are able to promote a New and Exciting Project called the “Euro – Asia Silk Highway” – a reference to the Great Silk Road which used to link Europe to the Far East, promoting the exchange of both good and of knowledge and ideas between the Europe and Asia and not only. This virtual Silk Highway will connect Europe and Asia through a virtual Bridge Highway, dedicated to Understanding and Peace, Scientific, Cultural and Creative Education cooperation.
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Projects: European Literature Circle ELC http://ponteuxin.tripod.com
Having the profile of a non profit organisation (NGO) “Euro-Asia P r o mo t i o n a n d C u l t u r a l Foundation”… Read More
We Seek: Artistic exchanges, Production collaborations, Networking opportunities and Arts Festival involvement
We Offer: Artistic exchanges, Production collaborations and Networking opportunities
Projects: More information on our current 2014 Season can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/theatrethreesixtymalaysia
Established in February 2014, theatrethreesixty is a collective of playmakers dedicated to telling the stories that we want to tell, by nurturing work from all walks of life, giving writers… Read More
We Seek: Our aim is to build a large database of the global Performing Arts community. A community able to support themselves and willing to make social changes.
We Offer: Professional website builder for performer, companies and performances for FREE to help the Performing Arts Community to promote themselves and their works. A Database of the Contemporary Performing Arts community worldwide where visitor can discover the artists and their works in an instant way, instead of expending to much time on the net.
Peeppol Network is a website builder and database for the contemporary performing arts community and its performances. Our members are able to build, design and publish websites in a… Read More
We Seek: Carpe diem Residency is an Artist-in Residence program founded by Awarded filmmaker Shivajee Chandrabhsuhan from India. We are non-profit organization. We wish to provide grants to the participants and make the residency free in the upcoming Programs.With your help and financial support we can continue to strive towards that goal. We are looking for donors, sponsors and philanthropists to support us in this endeavor.
We Offer: Our Residency is designed to provide the artists with a clutter-free space (in mind and in geography), nurtured with both the silences of isolation and enriching conversations with fellow artists, inching you closer to your project every passing moment. Here, you are on a journey of looking inward, where you share your thoughts, ideas, and desires with fellow artists to experience a collective sense of freedom. We at Carpe diem strongly believe that the best of your creative instincts can be nurtured when you elevate your experiences in a holistic way.Our objective is to host new and emerging, as well as veteran artists to help them comprehend their creative corridors. Towards the closure of each program, the artists need to arrive upon a certain outcome, essential to their projects.We offer two types of Residencies - Artists' Residency in which we invite Artists from all discipline and another specifically designed for Screenwriters.
Projects: Upcoming Artists' Residency is our Cedar Hill Program at Shimla in March 2015 and Screenwriters Residency at Kalmatia Sangam in May 2015.
Carpe diem residency, a series of artist-in-residence programs is designed to invite artists, writers and film makers for a time and space away from their usual social environment and… Read More
We Seek: Our Dance Comapny seeks Performance opportunities, Festivals, Contacts, Board members and Sponsorship in kind or financial for one of our many outreach activities.
We Offer: High end dance performances. We work a variety of styles ranging from Classical Ballet to Fly-low Contemporary technique. We also offer workshops and social as well as educational outreach.
Projects: SIPA, Shenzhen Fringe Festival, many own productions in Germany, Singapore, Malaysia and China
JSLN Dance Company was founded in October 2012 in Berlin, Germany. It started with now Artistic Director Soren Niewelt getting a chance to choreograph a piece for the Studio… Read More
We Seek: We are looking for partners to support the international exchange of artist from Asia to work in our artist´s residence in our Art Center in Madrid.
We Offer: All the projects in residence are completed with a special exhibition (1 month at least) into the museum, co-laboratories with the artist, editing a catalog, and promotion the artist with interviews and audiovisual material of the work-in-progress. The artist's studio is visited during the creation process. This space can detail the corporate image of the partner with a text on the basis of social responsibility about why the partner decided give their support the artistic creation. Donation of one work of the artist.
Projects: La Neomudéjar - Art Center - Artist´s Residence
La Neomudejar is the Avant-Garde Arts Centre and Residence & Artist Residency in Madrid. We are an independent project. We cover all artistic disciplines but we are more focused on… Read More
The Faculty of Performing Arts of the Jakarta Institute of Arts (IKJ) was founded in 1976 by Suharto as an educational centre for the local artists of Jakarta. It… Read More
The British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT) is Britain’s leading centre for the development, promotion and support of literary translation and contemporary writing from around the world. BCLT… Read More
The Wasteland Twinning Collective was founded in 2010 by the artists Will Foster, Matthias Einhoff and Lars Hayer. The main focus of the collective is an international platform for… Read More
Gwangju Biennale in Korea is one of the leading biennials of contemporary art. Gwangju Biennale is the first and oldest contemporary art biennial in Asia and one of the… Read More
Biennial Foundation (Amsterdam/Athens) was founded in 2009 to facilitate links between organizations and professionals operating within the international biennial community by providing resources and an open platform for exchange,… Read More
Sandarbh in Hindi means ‘situation’ and ‘context’; and the objective of Sandarbh is all about regenerating new situations, which changes with time and environment. SANDARBH is primarily an artist’s… Read More
INTACH is India’s largest non-profit membership organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of India’s natural, cultural, living, tangible and intangible heritage. Its mission is to: Sensitize the public… Read More
Rimbun Dahan is the home of renowned Malaysian architect Hijjas Kasturi. Set on fourteen acres outside Kuala Lumpur, Rimbun Dahan is a centre for developing traditional and contemporary art… Read More
International Theatre Lab (ITL) is a Norway-based production and research organization run by theatre professionals. Founded on the principle that an actor’s craft is a continuous learning curve, ITL arranges mobile and residential workshops, lectures and master classes, produces innovative performances and forges exchanges with theatre companies and institutions around the world. Read More
The International National Trusts Organisation (INTO) is an international network of National Trusts and similar non-governmental organisations, globally diverse but united by a shared commitment to conserving and sustaining… Read More
The International Institute for the Inclusive Museum (IIIM) is a strategic partnership between several international heritage NGOs and Intergovernmental bodies with the main goal to promote inclusion in all… Read More
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is the national peak body in Australia for the visual and media arts, craft and design sector working through advocacy and… Read More
The main goal of the FVG Audiovisual Fund is to support the development of film companies and to promote audiovisual worksin international markets. The Fund operates in three different… Read More
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We Seek: Partners to work with us to promote Japanese culture in all forms to the Lithuanian society/Baltic States/Europe, encourage cultural and social collaboration between two countries, thus building a cultural bridge.
We Offer: Our main project is the Japanese cultural festival
Projects: Japanese Cultural Festival
Join “now Japan”! The festival is by all means growing and what started as a small gathering of Japanese pop-culture admirers, is now a blossoming full-grown event (and to… Read More
We Seek: Network and partner to fulfill our mission of promoting, supporting, educating and networking Indonesian (and other developing regions) creative potential into the global atmosphere (specially in EU Region)
We Offer: Collaboration with our on-going online and offline projects
Projects: TH E//EQUATOR, IN//N DEPTH
IN//N ITIATIVE is a EU based (operated in Berlin-Germany) platform which is constantly promoting, supporting, educating and networking Indonesian (and other developing regions) creative potential into the global atmosphere…. Read More
We Seek: Seeking a cultural partner based in Bangladesh who can work with us on an arts and literature project which will develop traditioanl folk tales as an i-pad app and explore the possibility of staging an arts and literature festival in 2015.
We Offer: Hello this is Richard, Julia and Anne representing South Tyneside situated in the North East of England. We are part of a City Library initiative to engage the local Bangladeshi Community and create an illustrated traditional tale as an I-Pad app that can be shared with all children via libraries across the north east of England. We would like to build on our growing relationship with the Bangladeshi community by organising a Storytelling Festival to take place in the summer of 2015 at indoor and outdoor venues. We are presently forging links with Tamarind Theatre Company Directed by Rez Kamir based in London and would very much like to find a cultural partner organisation based in Bangladesh, to work with us and enable Bangladeshi Puppeteers to travel to South Tyneside and perform. Our festival will aim to use ‘story’ to explore commonalities and celebrate differences, thereby promoting co-operation and understanding between our two communities.
Projects: Arts in libraries
South Tyneside Council is a Local Government Authority in the North East of England. The Council manages a Central Library and seven branch libraries. We have a programme of… Read More
We Seek: We seek organisations and companies working in one of the following fields:- Culture- Education- Tourism - Economy
We Offer: Participating in different projects in one of the following fields:- Culture- Education- Tourism - Economy
The European Association for Audiovisual Communication (EAAC) is a child of the modern global internet world. From a technological standpoint the 21st century society is based on digital multimedia and global communications…. Read More
The Inter-City Intangible Cultural Cooperation Network (ICCN), UNESCO accredited NGO based in South Korea is the only international organization for worldwide cooperation of mayors and local authorities for the… Read More
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