Culture Catalogue


European Cultural Networks

European Cultural Networks are a platform for information, business contacts and cooperation as well as engines of enthusiasm and energy for cultural advancement and integration.  They are the present and future of truly original and artistic forms of production that act against the snares of the global market and culture considered a creation of uniform products for the impersonal user. Created as an answer to artists' and cultural managers' organic need for cooperation, the networks have completely interlinked European cultural production. 

The goal of the directory - European Cultural Networks, is to support the awareness of the artists, producers, creative people from cultural area and media and professionals from correlated activities about the possibilities of co-operation within European cultural networks in order of building the trust and partnership in presenting mutual goals build on long-term base and solidarity.

Culture Catalogue

is an information network of databases of: cultural institutions and associations, transnational foundations, networks, awards, programs, scholarship/bursary schemes, artists and competitions in over 15 artistic and cultural disciplines in South East Europe.

  • The ARTCult-BKK database offers information on most important cultural institutions and functions involved in the international cultural cooperation from the SEE region. 
  • In the section 'National Cultural Databases' you will find a list of important databases in South East Europe maintained by various organizations
  • The Culture MAP of EuroBalkan Regions is as a new information system within the culture catalogue
  • In the section 'Others' we continuously scanning related ressources like SEECAN...

We are kindly inviting you to send us your data, links or notice of changes about your network activities. : ACTIVITIES | PROJECTS | PUBLICATIONS | ABOUT US | LINKS
News : Last update: 2009-01-09 10:54:55

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