This month, our Magazine features an interview with Yves de Peretti, from the Ateliers Varan (France), one of the organisers of Catch-Tell-Transform: 4th Documentary Filmmakers’ Workshop, which is supported by Creative Encounters: Cultural Partnerships Between Asia and Europe, a programme of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF).
Lai Del Rosario writes about Manila Vice, a group exhibition of 23 artists from the Philippines which is currently showing at the Musée International des Arts Modestes (MIAM) in Sète, France. As an example of a fruitful collaboration between the Franco-Philippine art communities, the exhibition also reveals France’s growing interest in the Philippines.
Bharti Lalwani introduces the Indonesian National Pavilion, which will open at the upcoming 55th Venice Biennale through an interview with curators Carla Bianpoen and Rifky Effendy. The Pavilion seeks to showcase “an alternative art practice where tradition is interpreted within a contemporary context” and is supported by the Ministry for Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia.
Finally, culture360.org is proud to announce the soon-to-be-launched 2nd edition of the Mobility Funding Guide: Funding Opportunities for International Cultural Exchange in Asia, as part of an on-going research that provides up-to-date information on cultural mobility. The 2nd Edition will be available for download on culture360.org in June 2013.
We wish you all an enjoyable read!
This June, the Indonesian Pavilion, under the banner of “Sakti”- in Sanskrit meaning cosmic energy- is all set to be a force to reacon with at the 55th Venice Biennale… Read More
Manila Vice is a group exhibition of 23 artists from the Philippines which is currently showing at the Musée International des Arts Modestes (MIAM) in Sète, France… Read More
David Ocón interviewed Yves de Peretti, from the Ateliers Varan (France), one of the organisers of ‘Catch-Tell-Transform: 4th Documentary Filmmakers’ Workshop’… Read More
The European Festivals Association (EFA) will organise its seventh Atelier for Young Festival Managers in Edinburgh from 3-10 April 2014. The event in Edinburgh (UK), the “City of Festivals”,… Read More
The M Literary Residency Programme has been established to disseminate a broader knowledge of contemporary life and writing in India and China today and to foster deeper intellectual, cultural… Read More
Russia-Europe | travel grants for performing arts professionals
Art + Mobility | call for texts and artistic projects
6th World Summit on Arts and Culture | travel bursaries available | Call for Papers
Design for Asia Award 2013
Italy | call for PAC Landscape Environment and Creativity art submissions
Southeast Asian Photo Contest
Japan | Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2015 | open call for proposals
Korea | International Competition for Sea Art Festival in Busan
A cloud-like cluster of white steel rods will shimmer above the trees of Kensington Gardens this summer, courtesy of Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto. He has been announced as the latest designer of the Serpentine Gallery’s annual pavilion commission and he promises to bring a vision of airy lightness. Read More
Ken Takiguchi from Performing Arts Network Japan talks to Joe Sidek, director of the George Town Festival on the island of Penang in Malaysia. The Festival’s inviting mix of… Read More
Année France-Vietnam launched in Hanoi
E-Publication | Serving Artists Serves the Public: Programming Arts Festivals in Asia and Europe
Spanish theatres and artists find creative solutions to austerity measures
Rijksmuseum re-opens in Amsterdam | new Asian Pavilion
Folk Nations project connects music scenes in UK and South Asia
The Croisements festival celebrates its 8th year in 2013. Established in 2006 to pursue the cultural momentum initiated by what the Chinese called the ’Franco-Chinese cultural spring’, during the… Read More
The 5th Auckland Triennial opens in May at Auckland Art Gallery and seven additional sites, extending the Triennial’s reach across Auckland. Led by renowned curator Hou Hanru, If… Read More
London | Souzou : Outsider Art from Japan | exhibition
Dublin Dance Festival
Amsterdam | Dwarfing of Europe? | a dialogue
Singapore Digital Art Weeks 2013
Chiang Mai | Arts education project in border region | Printmaking exhibition
Linz | 2nd ASSITEJ International Meeting
The worldwide community of museums will celebrate ICOM’s International Museum Day around 18 May, 2013 Read More
“The Best in Heritage” is the world’s only annual survey of awarded museum, heritage and conservation projects. The event will be held in September this year in the World Heritage listed city of Dubrovnik in Croatia. Read More
Kuala Lumpur played host to the 4th edition of the Asian Side of the Doc (ASD), an international documentary co production market… Read More
Stefano Tealdi is not a run of the mill producer busy making his films in isolation. Instead, this charming Italian has strived for development of documentary culture in Southern… Read More
Tropfest SEA | Submissions open 6 May
Call for papers | FilmAsia 2013
Constructive criticism will make you reflect harder on your project | Interview with Ilang Ilang Quijano
What are Human Rights film festivals?
Tribute to Claude Miller, President of Europa Cinemas
Animation Festival at Golden Kuker
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