From 22 October 2016 to 29 January 2017, the exhibition “Facing the Future. Art in Europe 1945-68” is hosted at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, under a new title: “Art in Europe 1945–1968”. The Continent that the EU does not know. At the ZKM, the exhibition focuses on experimental artistic developments … “Facing The Future. Art in Europe 1945-68” @ ZKM
A repertory of web-links conceived by On the Move, with the support of the Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the European Union aims to provide European artists, cultural professionals and organisations with tips and resources for their first mobility experiences in China. Access the publication here
A repertory of web-links conceived by On the Move, with the support of the Asia-Europe Foundation aims to provide European artists, cultural professionals and organisations with tips and resources for their first mobility experiences in Russia. Access the publication here
Soft power is increasingly recognised as important in relations between states. This British Council report examines the latest data and trends in the field of cultural relations, making suggestions for countries to enhance their global standing through culture. It discusses the retreat of Western and rise of other countries (e.g. China), the role of cultural … Influence and Attraction
The Asia-Europe Foundation, together with On the Move, hase published guides to get fundings for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals in 10 countries of the ASEAN region.
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center and Theatre Without Borders have published guides to get fundings for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals in the USA, in collaboration with On the Move. The guide on how to read these mobility funding guides can be found here.All the guides for the USA can be found here.
The cultural mobility information network On the Move has published, with the support of the Asia-Europe Foundation, a series of European guides to get fundings for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals in 33 European countries.
Powerpoint presentation prepared in the framework of the FP7-funded project “Disaggregating Chinese Perceptions of the EU and the Implications for the EU’s China Policy”, on the views of the EU and Europe from China. To learn more about the project, visit https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cpi/research/funded-projects/chinese-eu/index.aspx. Download (pdf)
This publication aimed at mapping the cultural and creative sectors (CCIs) in China and Europe, as a first step in a process to help increase transactions in Intellectual Property rights as a main tool for commercial exchanges in these sectors. It has been undertaken in the framework of the EU-China Project on the Protection of … Mapping the Cultural and Creative Sectors in the EU and China