The Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in Beijing was launched in 2015 with general aim to raise the profile of Romanian culture around the Asian continent. In order to achieve this, it spreads information and spearheads cultural projects involving Romanian artists and writers. Furthermore, the Romanian Cultural Institute Beijing acts as means through which foreign audiences can experience the products of Romanian culture. More
We Seek: Find a Partner for international collaborative project
We Offer: We can offer local facility and engage local community art program
Sowing Seeds (Beej Bonna) is an interactive artist’s village residency where a residency is held every year in the month of December for a period of approximately 14 days. This interactive residency sowed the seeds of a highly creative conjunction among the rural and the contemporary artists. This mile-stone project welcomed different art forms from national […] More
We Seek: Hello! My name is Dana Baragan and I am writing to you in the name of Sarang Hanguk Cultural Asssociation, an association which I founded in 2013, starting from my love and respect I have for South Korean cultural values and traditions. This is also a project based on my passion for Korean language, which I had studied from a short period of time at the Korean Cultural Art Center in Bucharest. The association purpose is to promote Korean culture in Romania, having a particular interest in South Korean culture, customs, history, religion, political and economic life, cuisine, tourism, media & entertainment, K-pop & K-dramas. Since we are an NGO, we are very interested in partnership with the institution you represent in order to gain new knowledge and develop our professional skills. I am also looking for a barter partnership, which means we kindly ask you to add our logo and link on your website. We also wondering if you can help us with informative materials for our website or for our events (flyers, posters, books, cds/dvds), anything that can helps us in our activity.
We Offer: In return, we can add your logo & your link on our webpage. We can also write about your activities and all the work you've done since now, making your existence known in Romania. As well, we could send you the same kind of materials about Romanian culture as we asked you above, even maybe a Romanian traditional folk costumes and others traditional objects.
Sarang Hanguk Cultural Association aims to promote Korean culture in Romania, having a particular interest in South Korean culture, customs, history, religion, political and economic life, cuisine, tourism, media & entertainment, K-pop & K-dramas. More
We Seek: We seek partners for international poetry events, prizes and festivals
We Offer: We offer our experience as partners for international poetry events, prizes and festivals
The World Poetry Academy creation took place on 23 June 2001 in Verona. Verona is the city which gave birth to the Latin poet Catullus, which welcomed Dante and let him complete his “Divina Commedia”, which inspired Shakespeare and which received Goethe, Dickens, Lord Byron and many other writers and artists. Verona held the constitutive assembly of the World […] More
Kazakh Research Institute of Culture undertake an in-depth systematic analysis of culture sector as well as scientific and research activities; implementation of the Concept of Cultural Policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan; preservation and study of historical and cultural heritage of Kazakhstan; integration into the global cultural dialogue and effective international cooperation. More
Ministry of Culture and Sport is the central executive body of the Republic of Kazakhstan, administrating spheres of culture, political stability, inter-ethnic concord, language development, state symbols, commissioning of social services, archives and documentation, religious activities, physical culture and sports, gambling industry; and within the limits prescribed by law – cross-sector coordination and government regulation. […] More
We Seek: Organizations and/or festivals with which to collaborate on events focusing on intercultural dialogue, freedom of expression, and linguistic rights. Organizations and/or festivals interested in organizing their own Free the Word! event. Organizations and individuals interested in collaborating with PEN International on issues of freedom of expression and linguistic rights.
We Offer: Decades of expertise on issues of intercultural dialogue, freedom of expression, and linguistic rights. The flexible Free the Word! literary event format, to be organized with guidance from PEN International and adapted to each organization’s individual specifications. Intercultural connections across the world through 149 different PEN Centres.
PEN International promotes literature and freedom of expression and is governed by the PEN Charter and the principles it embodies: unhampered transmission of thought within each nation and between all nations. Founded in 1921, PEN International connects an international community of writers from its Secretariat in London. It is a forum where writers meet freely […] More
Discipline:Architecture, Art and Environment, Arts and Crafts, collaboration, Contemporary Arts, Creative Industries, Cultural Diplomacy, Cultural Education, Cultural History, Cultural Management, Cultural Research, Dance, Design, Film, funding, Heritage, Institute, Intercultural Dialogue, master-class, Museum, Performing Arts, Photography, Technical Arts, Theatre, Visual Arts
We Seek: Collaboration and research in all fields of art .
We Offer: art education and research
The Pakhtunkhwa College of Arts-PCA was established on 20th September 2014 as a constituent college of University. The idea for establishing this college was done on 26th March 2014 as University College of Arts. The First Principal and faculty was Inducted on 20th August 2014. Objectives Our objectives are ‘to advance learning, knowledge and professional […] More
We Seek: We welcome the collaboration of institutions wishing to support us and help us take the words of these talented women to a higher level. We seek volunteer institutions, poets and artists to coordinate our Woman Scream International Poetry and Arts Festival's events worldwide. It is celebrated during the month of March each year.
We Offer: 1-We’ll give you full credit for the coordination and post the summary you send to us on our blogs and social networks once it’s over. We have pages translated into six languages. 2-We promote all general information through newspapers, websites, social networks and all means we have, you can help doing it too. We promote the chain as a whole. 3-You’ll have freedom of creation, as long as it doesn’t affect our image, and you respect these simple guidelines. 4-We also add your name to our list of coordinators and friends who support us once your event is over. 5-We do not offer monetary compensation, as you know this is a nonprofit cause, this is something we do from our hearts and is supported 24/7 by our own pockets. We’ll give retribution to your efforts the best way we know, and that is promoting you worldwide, and publishing the summary you send us along with key photos, once your event is over. Many people, important institutions, and groups read our pages and social networks actively. 6-We also have an achievement certificate of your collaboration sent to your email once the event is over. We lent our precious idea for you to make the most out of it.
Nigeria’s ban on female genital mutilation (FGM) is a big step towards its total abolition. Women and girls from around 30 countries have undergone the practice. Unfortunately, FGM is not the only ancient outrageous procedure out there. Many other ancient forms of abuse and denigration against women(ablation, stoning, rape, acid attacks, etc.) still exist to […] More
Are cities becoming dynamic new labs where arts and culture flourish? This question is at the heart of the Cities: Living Labs for Culture?- 8th ASEF Public Forum on Creative Cities in Asia and Europe, held on 24 November 2015 at the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, Korea. The report of the Forum is […] More
eXAF is a contemporary art & cultural management non-profit NGO, founded in 2008 in Sofia, Bulgaria. We conduct the creative realization of debut artists’ visual projects and work to achieve meaningful communication between modern audiences and the art scene. eXAF focus on presenting diverse, innovative, experimental artistic concepts, while also introducing to the modern individual […] More
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We Seek: We are seeking for the public and private museums/their directors/founders/owners, art organizations, curators, gallery directors/owners from India or abroad, who are interested in creating museum experiences for their audiences. Seriously looking for collaborations with the museums in India and abroad who wants to create interesting tangible and non tangible museum experience for their audiences. Seeking for corporates/multinational corporations who are interested in CSR through ART. We are seeking for experienced technical and aesthetical team members/collaborators to work with us in the area of museum experience interactivity, design, film documentation, research based documentation.
Projects: Created interactive signages/documentation/films behind the artworks, installations, artists for the GVK Art Museum, T2 Mumbai Airport, Creating interactive content and experience for the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi, India
Heritage Commons is a socio-cultural enterprise that is changing the way cultural spaces are perceived, experienced, and understood. We are strongly motivated to transform the current state of the cultural spaces within our country, as well as those beyond its borders. We intend to promote different aspects of our rich heritage – monuments, artworks, art traditions, […] More
We Seek: We are looking for partner organizations working in art cultural management - galleries, festival, residency programs - with good connections in Europe to seek funding and to cooperate on projects of research, support and promotion of emerging artists.
We Offer: We are an art festival organization based in Valencia, Spain.
Projects: Incubarte International Art Festival
Incubarte, conceived as a meeting point for artists and the audience, is an event where networks between different art and culture professionals are created. The event has a public, free and festive nature, and our main objective is to expose Valencian citizens to the latest Spanish and international art trends, selecting artists from the contemporary […] 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: email@example.com More
The Euro – Asia Promotion and Cultural Foundation (EAPCF) aims to become a link between Europe and Asia through Romania, and focuses on economical promotion and culture. In 2013, EAPCF received from China Outbound Tourism Research Institute COTRI the Chinese Tourists Welcoming Award for Product Innovation. More
Discipline:Animation, Architecture, Art and Environment, Arts and Crafts, Comics, Contemporary Arts, Creative Industries, Cultural Diplomacy, Cultural Education, Cultural History, Cultural Management, Cultural Policy, Cultural Research, Dance, Design, Film, Heritage, Institute, Intercultural Dialogue, Literature, Museum, Music, New Media, Performing Arts, Photography, Puppetry, Technical Arts, Theatre, Visual Arts
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 this day, the largest in the Baltic region) dedicated to spreading the word about Japanese culture in Lithuania and establishing global relations through international communication. The […] 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. These new opportunities are the beginning of a new period of social communicative forms. The founders of the association (EAAC) are public organizations with great acknowledgements […] More
We Seek: We are looking for the partners in Europe, to jointly work out a proposal through the ASEF (Asia-Europe Foundation) Creative Networks programme. Ideal partners are cultural management and cultural diplomacy service centers with good connections to top universities in Europe. It would be helpful if the partners have experience in visual art projects. This is a long term project and we are looking for a few Europe based partners to enhance this worldwide platform.
We Offer: We are China based cultural service center with about ten-years experience in cross-cultural exchange. The project “Global Students Photography Alliance” is for students’ photography enthusiasts, including students’ photography societies or clubs and individuals in universities around the world. Our center provides a range of services to assist our partners, and their clients, to reach the Chinese audience.
Projects: Global Students Photography Alliance
Global Exchange Center is a China based consultation and business service center that has been active for over ten years. Its contemporary art service function was launched in 2010. The goal for its art function is to help artists from all over the world break language and cultural barriers to reach Chinese audiences and to make our communication easier and consistent. […] More
The Goethe-Institut Jakarta organizes and supports a wide range of cultural events to present German culture abroad and foster intercultural exchange in Jakarta. As the regional institute for Southeast Asia, Australia and NewZealand, the Goethe-Institut Jakarta increasingly exploits the potential of the regional relationship networks borne of both its cultural history and the effects of […] More
We Seek: Organizations working in art and intercultural Organizations working in cinema, festivals, training
We Offer: We will seek funding and joint projects
Projects: Network movie dialog territories
Network to promote the exchange and promotion of intercultural cinema, as well as promoting the participation of festivals and film festivals 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
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
Fullbright New Zealand offers a range of exchange awards for New Zealanders and Americans wanting to study, research, teach or present their work in each other’s country. More
Established in 1996 the UNESCO office in Dhaka made a modest beginning, with just education programme. Gradually the office expanded its remit and incorporated Culture and then Communication and Information programme respectively. Over the years the office has emerged as a critical contributor to Bangladesh’s development efforts in these fields of UNESCO’s competence. The office […] More
The Foundation is a joint project of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Education and Science and supported by both public and private funds. The Russkiy Mir Foundation is headed by Vyacheslav Nikonov, Dean of History and Political Science at the International University in Moscow and founder of the Polity Foundation. The […] More
The Arts Foundation invest in New Zealand’s world class artistic talent and encourage and facilitate private giving to the arts. They are the only privately funded and governed organisation in New Zealand committed to these goals. More
The Goethe-Institute has a global network of offices and is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. In New Zealand the Goethe-Institute is focused on cultural exchange on a professional level. More
The vision of the KCO is to encourage cultural exchange for mutual respect. The mission is to enlighten and entertain through quality contemporary and traditional cultural content, in order to strengthen the emotional bond between Australia and Korea. More
The mission of the Japan Foundation is to contribute to the improvement of a good international environment, and to the maintenance and development of harmonious foreign relationships with Japan. More
The Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney, an official body of the Italian government, has as its aim the promotion of Italian language and culture in Australia through the organisation of cultural events fostering the diffusion of ideas in the arts and sciences. More
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