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By Bharti Lalwani
culture360.org contributor, Bharti Lalwani, interviews Jeon Seung-chang, Chief Curator of the Leeum Museum at the Samsung Museum of Art in Korea.
By Valentina Riccardi
The first edition of the “International Summer School of Arts and Sciences for Sustainability in Social transformation” (Gabrovo, Bulgaria, August 2010) proved an insightful and challenging process for the wide ...
By Florentina Bratfanof
Romanian cinema began to gain recognition on the world stage after 2005. Interest in Romanian movies grew ever since, and important young film directors begun to make a name for ...
By Judith Staines
Judith Staines, Culture360.org’s Europe Editor, met Spanish artists Jasmina Llobet & Luis Fernández Pons during their residency at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon in Korea and asked them about their nomadic ...
Good practices from Asia and Europe, highlighting constructive initiatives with artistic rationales that address the topic of sustainable creative cities.
By Anupama Sekhar
The role of the artists and creative practitioners in the creation and sustenance of Sustainable, Creative Cities will serve as the focus of the Workshop on culture and the arts ...
By Jérémy Segay
Culture360 discusses with Charlotte Appelgren of Cine-Regio, the European network of regional film funds.
By Anjali Devidayal
“Culture is the glue that joins different worlds of Asia and Europe” said Mr. Pham Sanh Chau, the Director-General of the Department for Cultural Diplomacy and UNESCO, MOFA Vietnam in ...
Video: What do you think of media piracy? Siddharth Chadha has asked this question to a broad group of people in the streets of New Delhi, India.
Lawrence Liang is a researcher and writer based at the Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore. His areas of interest have been in the intersection of law, culture and technology.
The Central European University, Budapest, held a seminar to give cultural journalists an overview of the major trends in cultural policy-making in Europe.
By Vanini Belarmino
Asia-Pacific Weeks 2009 successfully hosted more than 150 parallel events in business, science, culture and society at the different spots in Berlin.
By Sasiwimon Wongjarin
The Regional Dance Summit that took place in Jakarta last August 2009, was organised by Goethe-Institut Jakarta, Indonesia.
By Jeffrey Withaya Campbell
CultureAsia: Connecting Asian Cultural Actors, was organised by the Arts and Culture Network Program of the Open Society Institute, Hivos, a Dutch development agency, with the Center for the Study ...
The Under-40 World Forum - “Cultural Diversity 2030” organised by the German Commission for UNESCO and the International Federation of the Coalition for Cultural Diversity from 12-14 June 2009 in ...
The Hub City of Asian Culture Project, Gwangju has been put forward at the national level since 2004. Gwangju is an important city in Korea, known for its cultural heritage.
By Mary Ann DeVlieg
IETM is a network committed to contemporary performing arts and to collaborating across national borders. It has 440 member-organisations from over 45 countries.