Museums and collections have come a long way in terms of working internationally with colleagues overseas. Collection loans, international exhibitions, and skills exchange have been the main areas
The Royal Shakespeare Company and the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre have announced an exciting collaboration to bring Shakespeare to new Chinese audiences.
Following two successful workshops on International Touring Exhibitions and Working with China the next phase of the the Working Internationally Regional Project (WIRP) is to sup
Frieze London – one of the most significant events in the international visual arts world. Freize London hosted 164 galleries from 27 countries and presenting work from over 1000 artists.
Good to read The Culture Diary's 5 provocations, spurred me on to put ours together.
Visiting Arts has launched World Cultures Connect Creative Skills training programme.
Hosted by Arts Council England, the No Boundaries conference took place at HOME Manchester and Watershed Bristol. Curated to provoke, here are our 5 top takeway points: