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Canal180 is an independent editorial platform dedicated to culture and creativity. Embracing diversity and individual voices, they produce compelling experimental audiovisual content featuring both established and emerging creators. In collaboration with the British Council, they have recently unveiled the findings of a joint research initiative. Throughout 2023, their team traveled to Budapest, Bologna, Leeds, Ljubljana, Madrid, Marseille, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Tilburg, and…


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In today’s context, the term “status of the artist” holds newfound significance, especially in light of the challenges amplified by the pandemic. Originating from UNESCO in 1980, this concept has shaped discussions and even influenced the formulation of new laws. But what exactly does it entail? The artist’s status varies across EU countries, shaped by diverse historical, political, and legislative…


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Democracy International, a key partner for ECI Day during Civil Society Week, has released an ECI Info Packet tailored specifically for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Available in all EU languages, this resource aims to equip CSOs with essential information about the European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI). Crafted collaboratively with CSOs, this packet prioritizes the sector’s needs, questions, and concerns. Its goal…


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Catch up on the latest from the “Looking ahead: Culture in Sustainable Development in 2024 and Beyond” webinar held on January 23, 2024.


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Discover the latest from the IN SITU project, a four-year initiative aimed at enhancing innovation within cultural and creative industries (CCIs) in non-urban areas of EU countries. Following the release of the “New Domains in CCIs in non-urban regions” report in October 2023, which delved into diversification opportunities and the influence of occupations and markets on regional development, the project…


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Explore the latest insightful publication from Arts & Health, result of the join effort of Barbara Groota, Joost van Wijmen, Jolanda Lindenberg, Anne Naus, Désirée Bierlaagh, and Tineke Abma, delving into the intricate world of boundary work in arts and health. In The Complex Nature of Boundary Work in Arts and Health: A Reflective Journey in a Social Design Project…


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Check out the latest Creative Europe Monitoring Report, a collaborative effort by the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology from the European Commission. Discover how Creative Europe, the EU’s flagship program, champions and nurtures European cultural diversity and heritage. This report, filled with approachable statistics, case studies, and quotes, unveils the impactful projects and initiatives shaping our cultural and…


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The IN SITU Webinar #3 “How does cultural and creative work contribute to place-based sustainability and resiliency?” of the X-Connections series “Creative Viability in Non-urban Areas?” was held on December 5, 2023. IN SITU Webinar series addressed numerous themes that support the work of cultural and creative ecosystems in non-urban Europe by bringing together the knowledge of EU research projects…


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On the Move, in partnership with Music Export Poland, have published the Music Mobility Funding Guide – with a focus on Europe – to provide an overview of the funding bodies and programmes that support the international mobility of music artists (authors, composers, musicians, bands, orchestras) and other music professionals travelling from and/or to European countries. The guide covers 46…


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At their general assembly meeting on 17 November in Ljulbjana, Pearle* members adopted a declaration on good employment in live performance organisations. The declaration presents the role of employers as facilitators for work, they do this within a context of fair conditions for those employed by and working with them, and according to the existing laws. Pearle* members emphasize the…


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IETM has released a publication that examines the different ways the performing arts sector can and should pay more attention to the implications, responsibilities and artistic opportunities of climate justice. Their exploration has led more and more towards the concept of Climate Justice – a concept which resonates well with the intersectional approach IETM has adopted in its work: namely…


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On Thursday 29 April 10.00-16.00 CET, the New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC), which Culture Action Europe is part of, is organising an online conference “Common Ground: Making the Renovation Wave a Cultural Project”. In the spirit of the New European Bauhaus (NEB), a newly-launched initiative of the European Commission aiming at bringing the Green Deal closer to the citizens, this…