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If North Korea keeps its promises, potentially millions of its isolated, tightly controlled citizens are likely to hear their national anthem played on the radio by the New York Philharmonic.
This volume illuminates the often contradictory impulses that have shaped the historical intersection of the arts, public culture, and the state in modern America.
Comics and animation, as mediums for the exchange of cultural ideas and norms that facilitate understanding, seem to be fitting formats for innovative public diplomacy initiatives.
Foreign artists of all stripes are funneled through a visa process whose costs and complications have become prohibitive. USA's visa rules are making it harder to foster cultural exchange at a time when the unifying effects of art are needed now more than ever.
European Parliament has heard a proposal to launch a €3m pilot project to support artists’ mobility in Europe.
Have you or your organization been engaged in cultural exchange and/or international programming? Have you been interested in doing so but not sure how to start? A major research project on U.S. based cultural exchange and cultural diplomacy is asking you tocomplete an online survey.