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After 8 weeks of collaborative work 5 artists from Spain, Indonesia, India, and China revealed their projects.
By James Luigi Tana
The worldwide crises have changed the ways art institutions operate within their respective localities while maintaining relations globally. This article looks into the kind of interconnectedness that arises from an ...
By Geuntae Park
As part of ASEF’s Call for Articles: Latest Trends in the Museum Sector in Asia and Europe, Geuntae Park explores this collaboration through three interviews with European professional: two with ...
By Tola SAY
This article is the result of the research conducted by Tola SAY during the e-residency Virtual Crossovers, organised in April by ASEF and ENCACT, he European network for cultural management ...
By Kathy Rowland
ASEF culture360 and ArtsEquator are pleased to present the key findings of the Arts Media Ecosystem Research, a mapping of the state of the arts media in Cambodia, Malaysia and ...
By SJ Armstrong
Art transcends borders. Physical borders, mental boundaries, transnational highways that bind us in place. Travel has been savaged by the ‘new normal’.
Last December, culture360 launched a series articles on how the arts are adapting to the "New Normal. Well over 10 months into the global pandemic, this series will present experiences ...
By Bojana Panevska
This month, culture360.ASEF.org is starting a new series of articles on the topic of #peripheries. The #peripheries have been regarded as being in the geographical margin, distant from the capital ...
By Minji Chun
By Kemal Tarba
As part of the media partnership with culture360.ASEF.org, we have interviewed Mieke Renders, Managing Director of Trans Europe Halles(TEH). As a prelude to the TEH #87 Conference pARTicipation taking place ...
By Florent Petit
In conjunction with the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of Latvia, culture360 contributor Florent Petit takes us to Riga, to discover its vibrant arts scene.
By Naima Morelli
Naima Morelli spoke with Ariane Bieou, Cultural Manager of the Foundation Matera-Basilicata 2019 about the programme for Matera European Capital of Culture 2019.
Art manager Meta Moeng is a soft powerhouse in the Cambodian art world. With the art space Kon Len Khnhom, she is allowing free and inspiring conversations to happen.
By David Fernández
This month culture360 contributor David FERNANDEZ travels to Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. In this article he describes the local cultural fabric, focusing mainly on the emerging platforms ...
By Lai DEL ROSARIO
ASEF culture360 contributor Lai del ROSARIO explores the art scenes in Manila and Brisbane by tracing the development of their alternative spaces.
ASEF culture360 contributor David FERNÁNDEZ interviews Yangon-based art historian and curator Nathalie Johnston, Founder of Myanmar/Art & Myanmar Art Resource Center and Archive (MARCA).
By Valentina Riccardi
ASEF culture360 interviews Heinrich Blömeke, Director of the Goethe Institute in Jakarta, to know more about this important and event and the collaborations that it has initiated between artists in ...
By Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio
Rich in history, tradition, and archaeology, renowned as an intercultural passage of different populations in the heart of the Mediterranean, the small island of Malta is truly astonishing for its ...
culture360 contributor Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio interviews Makiko Yamaguchi from the Tokyo Culture Creation Project to find out more about her perspective on "internationalisation" through arts, culture and creativity.