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On-the-Move presents its exploration of virtual mobility in the contemporary performing arts 'Excited Atoms' by Judith Staines.
Routledge are pleased to announce that the inaugural issue of Celebrity Studies is now free to download online.
Anew European website that keeps cultural operators informed about jobs in Europe, and enables cultural organisations to recruit from across Europe. Our main collaborator is Changing Room (Trans Europe Halles project to stimulate cross-border mobility of cultural operators).
Study on the mapping and evaluating of existing platforms (websites) within the cultural sector aimedat stimulating debate and cross-border exchange of matters concerning European culture. IFACCA and ConnectCP, contributed to the research findings.
Shadow culture secretary Jeremy Hunt wants a US-style culture of philanthropists to fund the arts. But is this working in recessionary America? And how are other places coping?
The United Nations has declared 2010 the International Year of the Rapprochement of Cultures, in order to introduce this concept in each of the policies implemented, from local to international level. An open-ended list of activities to be carried out throughout the year is now available.