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ConnectCP is a project of IFACCA (International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies), acting as an online resource database on experts and professionals in cultural policy, planning and research. ConnectCP contains profiles of experts with outline of experience, current interests and other information related to cultural policy with aims to improve and support art and culture community worldwide.   More

On the Move (OTM)


On the Move (OTM) is a cultural mobility information network with more than 30 members in over 20 countries across Europe and beyond. Its mission is to encourage and facilitate cross-border mobility and cooperation, contributing to building up a vibrant and shared European cultural space that is strongly connected worldwide.  More

Culturelink Network


Culturelink, the Network of Networks for Research and Cooperation in Cultural Development, was established by UNESCO and the Council of Europe in 1989. Aiming to strengthen communication among its members, encouraging international and intercultural communication and collaboration, the Culturelink Network’s long-term objective is the development of a world-wide information system for the study of cultural development and cooperation.  More works with and for artists, arts and culture organisations and networks, cultural professionals and audiences in the 50 countries of Europe, as well as providing a platform for cultural cooperation between Europe and the rest of the world. Its mission is both to ensure that all those working on cultural collaboration have access to up-to-the-minute information and to encourage the cultural sector to become more experimental with online technologies.   More

Dublin Alliance Française


The Dublin Alliance Française is the third largest in Europe, after Paris and Brussels, and enrols over 5,000 students each year. The aim of the Alliance Française in Dublin is to promote French culture and it is also a place for intercultural exchanges between Irish culture and the cultures of the French-speaking world. The Alliance Française regularly organises exhibitions, concerts, conferences, screenings, book launches, festivals and more.   More

Jakarta International Jazz Festival



JakJazz is an annual festival celebrating jazz in Jakarta – Indonesia every late November/early December represents a truly exciting multi-cultural and international event, while maintaining its unique, down home charm and intimacy. A one-of-a-kind: an eclectic and eccentric jazz festival – a lovingly crafted, indoor and open air, intimate…  More

National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA)


Inaugurated in 1969, the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai, is India’s premier cultural institution. The first multi-venue, multi-purpose cultural centre to be built in South Asia, it has been committed since its inception to promoting and preserving the country’s rich and vibrant traditions in music, dance and…  More

National School of Drama, New Delhi



The National School of Drama is one of the foremost theatre training institutions in the world and the only one of its kind in India. It was set up by Sangeet Natak Akademi in 1959 as one of its constituent units. In 1975, it became an independent entity and…  More

Indira Gandhi National Centre For The Arts, New Delhi


The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) was established in 1987 as an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Culture, as a centre for research, academic pursuit and dissemination in the field of the arts. The Arts’ encompass a wide range of subjects – from archaeology and…  More

Hungarian Institute for Culture and Arts


The Hungarian Institute for Culture and Arts aims to preserve and transmit Hungarian national values, and develop visual culture and artistic activities. The Institute is involved in the organization of exhibitions, talent search events and vocational conferences Its research activities investigate Hungarian cultural consumer habits, cultural industries, cultural poverty and social capital and the attitudes of cultural professionals.   More

Hungarian Film Union (Magyar Filmunió)


Magyar Filmunió was established in 1992 by the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary for the promotion of the Hungarian cinematography throughout the world. Since May 2001 Magyar Filmunió has been a member of European Film Promotion, taking part actively in the initiatives of the organisation that is supported by the MEDIA Plus Programme of the European Union.  More

Cultural Contact Point of Hungary (KultúrPont Iroda)


CCP Hungary offers technical assistance in Hungarian to Hungarian cultural organisations about the Culture 2007-2015 programme of the European Union. It also provides expert activities when organising cultural conferences or hosting a cultural prize.  More

Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’


The Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael is a knowledge institute for international relations. In a constantly changing global environment, Clingendael acts as a think-tank as well as a diplomatic academy in order to identify and analyze emerging political and social developments for the benefit of government and the general public.  More

The National Public Art Council Sweden


The primary goal of the National Public Art Council is that art should be a natural and prominent aspect of our social environment. It seeks to ensure that all forms of contemporary artistic expression are reflected in society by means of artistic decoration of public buildings and the collections of art that are put together on behalf of government bodies.  More

Indonesian Dance Festival



The Indonesian Dance Festival (IDF) was established in 1992, initiated by a group of established Indonesian dance artists. It aims to bring its very own Indonesian dance choreographers to the international stage for a world recognition.
However, the festival also features both national and international choreographers such as Martinus Miroto,…  More

Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture (Austria)



The Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture is the highest administrative and planning institution of the Republic of Austria for schools, higher education and adult education, for scientific research and international affairs in the field of science, for the Federal museums and for the protection of historical monuments.   More




FILM COOP WUK was established in1968, as the Austrian Filmmakers Cooperative, with the participation of artists such as Valie Export. Its aim was to support artists to sell independently produced films at home and abroad. To this end it develops different activities to help train and promote independent artists and film-makers.   More

österreichische kulturdokumentation- International Archive for Cultural Analysis


The österreichische kulturdokumentation – internationales archiv für kulturanalysen is a non-university institute for applied cultural research and cultural documentation. Applying an interdisciplinary approach, the institute documents, analyses and publicises national, European and international developments in culture, cultural policy and cultural research.   More

Depot – Kunst und Discussion


The Depot is a platform where arts and sciences are approaching each other. The Depot engages in questions that have special relevance to the contemporary social sphere, such as globalisation, migration, postcolonialism, rasism, sexism, bioethics and new forms of communication technologies.  More

KulturKontakt Austria (KKA)


KKA is a European competence and resource centre for education, culture and the arts, focusing geographically on Austria, Eastern and South Eastern Europe. The core areas of activity of this non-profit organisation are cultural cooperation, arts sponsorship, cultural education in schools, and educational cooperation.   More

Austrian Society for Cultural Economics and Policy Studies (FOKUS)


The Austrian Society for Cultural Economics and Policy Studies (FOKUS) was founded in 1997 as a platform for the exchange of ideas and the co-ordination of new research projects, as well as to serve as a nexus between academia, the arts, civil servants and governments.  More

MUMOK Museum



The largest Austrian museum for international modern and contemporary art. Mumok aims at preserving, enlarging, analysing and presenting its collection of artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries. It serves as collection site, archive, research institution, and exhibition venue.   More

Association of Visual Artists Vienna Secession


The Association of Visual Artists Vienna Secession was founded in 1897 and it is the world’s oldest independent gallery devoted entirely to exhibitions of contemporary art. It aims to present current developments in Austrian and international art, as well as to cultivate an openness for experimentation.  More

Europalia International


Foundation Europalia International organizes Europalia, a major international arts festival held every two years to celebrate one invited country’s cultural heritage. Since 1969, Europalia has organised some twenty-two festivals. Each has turned the spotlight on one culture in a comprehensive programme of music, fine arts, photography, cinema, theatre, dance and literature.  More

Oesterreischeches Kulturforum, UK


The Austrian Cultural Forum London promotes cultural contacts between the UK and Austria by organising events and supporting artists and projects in the fields of music, performing arts, literature, film and visual arts as well as through academic symposia and public discussion. It provides a venue in central London…  More

Austrian Film Commission



The Austrian Film Commission (AFC), founded in 1986, is an organization dedicated to promoting Austrian cinema throughout the world. AFC acts both as an information clearing house and as a facilitating agency for export purposes.

Unit F büro für mode


Unit F büro für mode was founded in 2000 with the aim to grant financial support to designers who have the potential to establish themselves in the international market. Unit F büro für mode seeks to discuss fashion in an interdisciplinary context, while not reducing fashion to clothing only.  More

BAWAG Foundation (BAWAG P.S.K. Contemporary)



BAWAG P.S.K. Contemporary is a space for contemporary art and its concerns.
 It was founded in 1974 as an exhibition space of what at the time was the union-owned Bank für Arbeit und Wirtschaft (Bank for Labor and Business). From the beginning, it has taken a proactive position within the Austrian art scene, promoting artistic positions that reflect quality, sustainability and a serious engagement with social developments since its inception.  More

Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK)



The MAK is a centre for Art in Viena. With an extraordinary collection of applied and contemporary art, the MAK serves a dual purpose as a conservator of significant art objects and as a center for the scientific research of art with a special emphasis on its production, preservation, and reorientation.

Kunsthalle Wien


The Kunsthalle Wien is the exhibition institution of the City of Vienna for international contemporary art. It emphasizes cross-genre, cross-border trends in the art and considers itself a workshop, a lab, a forum for contemporary aesthetic and social positions, and a hot zone of communicative transfer.  More

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