European Alliance for Culture and the Arts
37 European networks urging policy makers to re-think the European approach and include arts and culture in the long-term goals of the European Union. Through their members the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts represents more than 40,000 organisations all over Europe.
Culture Action Europe
Culture Action Europe (CAE) aims to advocate for arts and culture as a fundamental building block of the common future of Europe and beyond. CAE researches the multiple natures of cultural practices, to interact and mediate in order to ease effective policy-level communications and to share collective knowledge and expertise.
On The Move
On the Move (OTM) aims to facilitate cross-border mobility in the arts and culture sector, contributing to the building of a vibrant European shared cultural space that is strongly connected worldwide. Born as a website, it has evolved into a dynamic network which now includes 50+ member organisations and individuals in Europe and internationally.
International network for contemporary performing arts (IETM) is a network of over 450 performing arts organisations and individual members working in the contemporary performing arts worldwide. IETM advocate the value of the arts and culture in a changing world and empower performing arts professionals through access to international connections, knowledge and a dynamic forum for exchange.
BJCEM Network is composed of 52 members from 18 countries, gathering together cultural institutions as well as independent organizations. The aim of the Association is to create opportunities for the young creators of training, mobility, exchange, mutual understanding, intercultural dialogue and collaboration. The Association has been created with the aim to give an institutional frame and an organised management to the Biennale event, held for the first time in Barcelona in 1985.
Artists at Risk Connection
ARC is a collaborative project led by PEN America, which has been committed to protecting open expression in the United States and worldwide since 1922. ARC serves as a hub for freedom of expression and artistic freedom organizations worldwide, networking together to support artists at risk. The ARC network supports artists everywhere so they can live and work without fear.
NACMM (North Africa Cultural Mobility Map)
North Africa Cultural Mobility Map (NACMM) is a research and info-platform about residency and mobility initiatives for artists, writers and researchers interested in travelling and developing projects from within North Africa.
The High Level Coordination Group
The High Level Coordination Group is composed of ten European cultural networks, coming together once a year in Malta.
Culture Action Europe (CAE)
European Choral Association – Europa Cantat
European Music Council (EMC)
Fresh Arts Coalition Europe (FACE)
International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts (IETM)
Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO)
On the Move
RESEO – European Network for Opera and Dance Education
Trans Europe Halles (TEH)
DutchCulture ¦ TransArtists
DutchCulture | TransArtists combines and shares expertise on international artist-in-residence programmes and related issues for artists, cultural organisations and policymakers. It offers tools and services to artists, stimulating and encouraging them to make an efficient, innovative, independent “use” of what residencies offer them.
CEC ArtsLink promotes international communication and understanding through collaborative, innovative arts projects for mutual benefit. We support and produce programs that encourage the exchange of visual and performing artists and cultural managers in the United States and 37 countries overseas.