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By Judith Staines
Many of us are confined at home #StayHome during the COVID-19 pandemic. Across Europe and Asia, masses of arts events have sadly been cancelled – festivals, conferences, performances, exhibitions, biennales ...
By Maria Sharon Mapa Arriola & Ritirong Jiwakanon
The Europe-Asia Roundtable Sessions (EARS) aims to provide a creative platform to support international collaboration and cross-cultural interaction between Europe and Asia.
By Florent Petit
ASEF culture360 contributor Florent Petit sketches a profile of Brussels, the capital of Belgium and home to the most important bodies of the European Union. One of the most important ...
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 Kerrine Goh
New Zealand arts consultant, Sarah Ropata interviews Carla van Zon, Artistic Director of the Auckland Arts Festival.
By Sali Sasaki (佐々木 沙梨)
Since George Town received the World Heritage title from UNESCO, jointly with Melaka as historic cities of the Straits of Malacca in 2008, it has experienced growing attention and underwent ...
By Leonardo Rey S. Carino
Philippine festivals are town fiestas celebrating moments in history that defined identity, polity and locality. Celebration of the arts and culture, albeit made central to these festivities, only comes as ...
By Catarina Saraiva
Escape Line is a research project that aims to prove the possibility of establishing a balanced dialogue between programmers and creators in the performing arts market.
By Florentina Bratfanof
What do ‘festivals’ mean in a global world? How are they perceived in Europe compared with Asia? What is their dialogue, keeping in mind EU and Asian practices?
Europalia, based in Belgium, is a major international arts festival held every two years to celebrate one invited country’s cultural heritage. This year China has been chosen.