Sector: All CCs and cross-sectoral

Creative places – supporting the local creative economy

As the UK faces the challenges of the 21st century, creativity has a role to play in shaping our response to climate change, globalisation and technological innovation – and in enabling the economy and society to ‘bounce forwards’ from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chapter 1, Open Air nightlife and Covid-19: Managing outdoor space and sound

In response to the severe and increasing vulnerability of global nighttime economies and cultures caused by COVID-19, a global collaboration of some of the foremost minds on nightlife governance and urban planning, spearheaded by nightlife advocacy agency, VibeLab, has created the Global Nighttime Recovery Plan (GNRP).

Creative Leaders Insights

A series of videos from creative leaders in ADCE’s community, who give new refreshing perspectives during these challenging times.

EUNIC – European Union National Institutes for Culture

EUNIC is the European network of organisations engaging in cultural relations. Together with our partners, we bring to life European cultural collaboration in more than 90 countries worldwide with a network of over 120 clusters, drawing on the broad experience of our members from all EU Member States and associate countries. EUNIC advocates a prominent role of culture in international relations and is a strategic partner of the EU, actively involved in the further definition of European cultural policy. EUNIC is a platform for knowledge sharing and for capacity building amongst its members and partners.

Cultural relations and Covid-19 webinar

What is the impact of Covid-19 on the European cultural relations sector? In this online debate, the participants will discuss the findings of the EUNIC survey report and exchange ideas on how to move forward.

Ação Cooperativista

Ação Cooperativista was born on April 14 in the context of the covid-19 (2020) pandemic, a period when the arts and cultural sector were dramatically affected. The public health crisis has worsened and made unsustainable the fragility and precariousness of the professionals in the sector, that is constantly under-budgeted, unable to fulfill the constitutional responsibility to defend and promote culture as a right of all.

Cultural Impact Now!

On June 4th and 5th 2020, the European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) and Trans Europe Halles, in collaboration with the Danish cultural centre Maltfabrikken, jointly organised an online event about the effect of the COVID-19 crisis on cultural impact.

Institut Français

The Institut français is the public institution in charge of France’s external cultural diplomacy. Its activities bring together artistic sectors, intellectual exchanges, cultural and social innovation, and linguistic cooperation.
The Institut français, under the supervision of the Ministries of Europe and Foreign Affairs and of Culture, actively contributes to France’s diplomacy of influence. It supports the promotion of the French language throughout the world and the circulation of works, artists and ideas, in interaction with foreign cultures.

Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft eV

The Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft eV was founded in 1976 and is the platform for cultural-political discourses in theory and practice in Germany. It stands for the principle “cultural policy is social policy” and is a party-politically independent nationwide association for the promotion of education, science and research in the fields of art, culture and cultural policy.

Deutsche Kulturrat

The Deutsche Kulturrat is the central association of the federal cultural associations. It is the contact for politics and administration of the federal government, the federal states and the European Union in all cultural policy matters spanning the individual sections (sections) of the German Cultural Council. The aim of the German Cultural Council is to stimulate cultural policy discussions at all political levels and to stand up for the freedom of art, publication and information.

IG Kultur

The IG Kultur is a national umbrella organisation and represents the interests of more than 700 autonomous cultural initiatives. Together with the cultural interest groups at the state level, it negotiates framework conditions on behalf of its members and sets cultural-political standards. IG Kultur represents cultural initiatives that work independently and continuously in the field of contemporary cultural mediation and production.

Res Artis: Worldwide Network of Arts Residencies

Res Artis is a 26 year old network of arts residency operators from around the globe. The network comprises more than 700 vetted members in over 85 countries and it is the worldwide professional body for the field, ensuring sustainability and growth by providing capacity building tools for the members through face-to-face meetings and digital platforms. Aiming to support and connect residencies, engage and advocate the importance of residencies in today’s society, and provide recommendations towards cultural mobility research and policy.