Recent press releases & media coverage:
In the series of interviews with #RDgrantees, this time we feature Colectivo Warehouse - who joined the 2017 Idea Camp in Madrid. The Colectivo Warehouse organised the first Habitabis Festival.
This booklet is a way of gathering learning from those people and organisations who are working for greater participation by – and representation of – those with refugee backgrounds in the media. It is based on the work of nine organisations from across Europe that were part of an Erasmus+ project called Displaced in Media in 2017-18.
The foundation’s supervisory board announces the new director and chair of the board.
#OccupyGuguta is a protest movement that started in the summer of 2018 in Chisinau, Moldova. Vitalie Sprinceana - of Connected Action for the Commons hub Oberliht - tells us why.
An interview with Tabea Grzeszyk - of Hostwriter - on the occassion of Hostwriter winning the German Google Impact Challenge.
ECF Princess MArgriet Award for Culture Shortlist: Learn more about Marika Schmiedt.
ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture 2018 Shortlist: Meet Kuratorisk Aktion
ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture 2018 Shortlist: Krokodil
ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture 2018 Shortlist: Teatr.doc
ECF Princess MArgriet Award for Culture 2018 Shortlist: Meet Kaos GL
ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture 2018 Shortlist: Meet Powszechny Theatre
Meet the 31 new Research & Development Grantees.
In the series of portraits of #RDgrantees: Commoning UVA
The jury selected 7 out of 158 applications submitted to the Culture Policy Program from 14 Arab countries: Jordan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Iraq, Morocco, Yemen, Tunisia, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Libya, Egypt and Mauritania.
A report on #RDgrantee ‘Squat a river’
Video of 2018 ECF PMA laureate Borderland’s ‘Sejny Theater Klezmer Orchestra’ performance at the European Cultural Challenge, May 15.
Opening remarks by HRH Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands at the ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture ceremony in Amsterdam, 16 May 2018
Evaluation Report Idea Camp 2017 (Executive Summary)
In this Featured People interview, we talk to Eyal Weizman, Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths University, London, and founder of Forensic Architecture. This international multidisciplinary research group is one of the 2018 laureates for the ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture.
In this Featured People interview, we talk to Krzysztof Czyzewski, one of the founders of the Borderland Foundation and Centre. The group is one of the 2018 laureates for the ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture for their work in Sejny – a small community in North-Eastern Poland close to the Lithuanian border. Revitalising lost memories and building bridges between the past and possible futures plays a central role in Borderland’s work.
Sytze Schalk, #RDgrantee of the 2017 Idea Camp 'Moving Communities' realised a big part of his project recently: a live 'board game' in the Dutch city of Rotterdam.
The compilation “Building the Future” presents selected inspiring projects that had an impact on the cultural transformation in the MENA region in the period from 2011 to 2017. The publication is a joint co-production between long-standing like-minded partners working in and with the region. The aim of the compilation is to showcase the wealth of talent and initiatives beyond the MENA regional borders and share these with the international cultural community. Get inspired and connected!
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