In a panel discussion, the invited speakers will consider contemporary as well as historical transnational connections between some of the key actors on the European far-right and ‘identitarian’ scene, addressing their strategies for claiming space on social media and in the popular imaginary. Are there lessons to be learned for other political actors?
All about the kick-off conference of the project Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities. Join us in Brussels on 4 April!
Join our online Q&A on Facebook.
Join the live online Q&A on Facebook
Join our online Q&A on Facebook!
ECF contributed an essay to the forthcoming Boekman publication on the commons. Prior to the official release of the publication ECF communications officer Friso Wiersum and CASCO’s Erik Uitenboogaard discuss what commoning principles brought to their workplaces. Event is in Dutch only.
Our very first STEP travel grants webinar is coming up on 22 January: From strategies for your application, common mistakes, to tips and tricks. We will address specific questions about Step Travel Grants criteria and eligibility, how we handle an incoming application, and go through all the steps of applying.
Iepen Up, Fryslan2018 and ECF invite you to discover the power of bottom-up programme making in the European Capital of Culture Leeuwarden. During the European Neighbours Week, professionals, organisations, makers and experts from all over Europe come to Fryslân.
“There are no actors and there is no script, but there is high drama in The Money, which brings out the best and worst in its participants” (The Guardian) The Money is a cross between a game and a theatrical performance. Presented in the framework of the Global Cultural Leadership Programme 2018.
BAK, basis voor actuele kunst presents Forensic Justice, an exhibition and a series of public programs with our ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture laureate Forensic Architecture.
Help improve politics in Europe – by participating in the Innovation in Politics Awards, which recognise and support those politicians who have the courage to break new ground, who are creative and achieve real results – regardless of party affiliation and regional level, and based on European values: social balance, democracy and human rights.
The tenth edition of the ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture.