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: Creative Entrepreneurs, Art Galleries, Art's writers and patrons, organisation lovers and supporters to help Great Ode in it's aim at connecting artists worldwide from the most distant and unheard of locations and difficult backgrounds to propel their story to a worldwide audience. Our ambitious aim is to create a collection of the most powerful, striking and poignant visual media to exhibit worldwide in a touring exhibition and edition release and to support artists coming from troubled and voice-less cultures.
We Offer: Great Ode connects artists from global locations with artists from varied backgrounds. Established artists are connected with new-talent, and new artists from conflict zones and troubled locations who are determined to engage a varied audience in their story. We work with moving-image, visual art, sound and installation to create a organisation focused purely on powerful artistic media and creating a new form of communication based on archival culture.
Projects: Great Ode
Great Ode acts with publishing, moving image, visual media and 3D. A curatorial initiative appearing as an interactive visual & sculptural library concentrated on powerful archival media to propel a new form of creative dialogue. Ode works with artists worldwide, focusing especially on the unheard locations and the voice-less cultures who tend to get drowned. We’ll be releasing […] More
We Seek: Cooperation projects in the cultural sector.
We Offer: We are a multi-lingual event production, export and research consultancy based in London, Barcelona and Berlin. We combine conference and event production with music export consulting and market research.We draw on over thirty years of creative industries experience in both the public and private sector to deliver event and conference programming and coordination, world-class research, and market intelligence. We have over 30 clients in 4 continents, including government ministries, music and cultural export offices, music events and conferences, universities and more.
Sound Diplomacy is a Think and Do Tank for the Creative Industries. Think: Market Research and Analysis, Export Strategy and Consulting, Planning and Development, Academia. Do: Conference Management, Event Production, Coordination and Logistics. We are a multi-lingual event production, export and research consultancy based in London, Barcelona and Berlin. We combine conference and event production […] More
IOV is a worldwide network of individuals and institutions working to preserve and protect all forms of folk art. We recognize the urgent need to protect the intangible cultural heritage for ourselves and future generations. In this respect, we support the 2003 UNESCO Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. The terms “folk […] More
We Seek: To establish an Indonesian literary translation center with Asian and European partners.
We Offer: Network of professional translators and authors.
Projects: Towards an Indonesian Literary Translation Centre
Inisiatif: Pusat Penerjemahan Sastra is an initiative that commits to tackle the main concerns for literary translation in Indonesia and pave the way towards establishing an Indonesian literary translation center. In 2012 we are holding literary translation workshops with European and Indonesian authors and translators, and a seminar discussing conditions for literary translation in Europe and Asia. In […] More
We Seek: New collaboration opportunities with architects from Asia and Europe.
We Offer: Professional expertise in the field of architecture and urban development
Projects: East East 4 (http://www.kafe2013.lt/en/east-east-1)
Architects Association of Lithuania (founded in 1924) unites Lithuanian architects having diploma of architectural education and a status of an Art creator (assigned by the Ministry of Culture of Lithuania). More
The New Zealand Book Council promotes the love of books and reading, and aims to introduce communities and readers across the country and internationally to New Zealand’s literary wealth. More
The New Zealand Society of Authors (PEN NZ Inc.) was established in 1934 and is the principal organisation working for New Zealand authors. More
The Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ) is an independent membership organization that represents the publishing industry in New Zealand. More
British Council New Zealand connects aspirational young New Zealanders with contemporary UK, across the spheres of arts, creative industries, science and education. They work with local and international partners to showcase excellence, innovation and creativity. More
Museums Aotearoa, Te Tari o Nga Whare Taonga o Te Motu, is New Zealand’s independent professional organisation for museums and those who work in, or have an interest in, museums. More
Playmarket develop, support and represent New Zealand playwrights, and advocate for the continued growth of New Zealand theatre on stages in New Zealand Internationally. More
Royal New Zealand Ballet is New Zealand’s National Ballet Company. They perform an eclectic repertoire of outstanding dance, for national and international audiences. More
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) is the national orchestra of New Zealand and has 90 full-time players. More
The New Zealand String Quartet was founded in 1987 and has forged a major career in the busy international chamber music field. More
New Zealand Opera is the face of professional opera in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Their mission is to bring human stories, glorious music and the passion of opera to all. More
Te Papa Tongarewa is New Zealand’s national museum. Commonly known as Te Papa or Our Place; the name Te Papa Tongarewa broadly translates as “the place of treasures of this land”. More
Tautai supports the development of contemporary Pacific art through actively fostering and maintaining links between contemporary Pacific visual artists. More
PAA Pacific Chapter is a sub-group of the international body, the Pacific Arts Association (PAA), which encourages greater cooperation among those involved in the creation, study and exhibition of Pacific art. More
APRA AMCOS’ joint objective is to ensure Australian and New Zealand composers/songwriters and publishers are rewarded whenever, and wherever, their musical works are played. More
NZTrio inspires people of all walks of life to see classical music, both old and new, as approachable, essential and meaningful. More
The National Library of New Zealand develops and maintains extensive collections relating to New Zealand and the Pacific, and New Zealanders overseas. More
Black Box Teater is one of Norway’s main venues for international and Norwegian contemporary performing arts. More
Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting (NCNP) is a national development and resource center for new dramatic writing. Funded by the Cultural Ministry of Norway, the NCNP provides financial as well as artistic support through a number of programs. Works-in-progress are regularly presented on our two stages in various formats. Our services are tailored to the […] More
Kunsthall Oslo is a non-profit art space located in the Bjørvika area of central Oslo. The space presents a programme of international contemporary art, with an emphasis on new commissions and a parallel commitment to exploring the social and historical context of contemporary art production. Kunsthall Oslo also hosts the independent art bookshop and publisher […] More
Kunstnernes Hus was built in 1930 and has been Oslo’s kunsthalle through more than 80 years. The building is considered an icon in recent architectural history in Norway in the transition between new classicism and functionalism. The institution has been quintessential in introducing international contemporary art in a Norwegian context. In recent years Kunstnernes Hus […] More
Norway’s Ministry of Culture formally founded Music Norway in autumn 2012. On Jan 1st 2013, the organisation became operational in its new Oslo HQ following the merger of Music Information Centre Norway and Music Export Norway. Music Norway is funded by the Ministry of Culture. In addition to the Ministry’s direct operational funding, Music Norway […] More
The Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) operates under the auspices of The Royal Norwegian Ministry for Culture and is the government’s civil executive body for the film sector and its advisor in questions of film policy. Through regulations delivered by the Ministry and its general mandate the NFI is charged with putting the government’s film policy […] More
NORLA − Norwegian Literature Abroad, promotes the export of Norwegian literature through active profiling work and translation subsidies. The organisation disseminates knowledge about Norwegian books and authors abroad, and operations are financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture. NORLA was founded in 1978 and so far has contributed to translations of Norwegian books into 63 […] More
The Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) is a foundation created by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in autumn 2001 with the aim of strengthening the position of contemporary visual arts and production from Norway and of stimulating and facilitating exchange between Norwegian and international art professionals and […] More
Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) is a concert hall located in Vika in Oslo. It is the base of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra (Oslo-Filharmonien), but it also aims to be one of the premier music venues for the general musical and cultural life of Norway, offering a broad variety of musical styles from classical, world […] More
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