The dynamics of trans-national mobility have led to fundamental changes in the way governments address cultural cooperation in general and exchanges between artists and other cultural professionals in particular. Policy strategies, legislative frameworks and programmes or schemes to support mobility are being revised and new priorities are being set which link culture to other fields such as tourism, urban regeneration or economic development through the cultural industries.
International cultural cooperation
In this Themes! section, you can find the following information:
Mobility of artists and other cultural professionals
Related information on support for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals is available from the external site Mobility Matters. It is based on a comparative study of the ERICarts Institute for the European Commission and provides country specific information and case studies on mobility programmes and schemes in 35 European countries.