Fancy trying your hand at journalism from the comfort of your own home? Then why not join cafébabel, the online magazine by and for young people in Europe?
Cera en LUCA School of Arts willen socialprofitorganisaties en alumni en masterstudenten van verschillende kunstdisciplines samen een kunstproject laten ontwikkelen, dat aan een maatschappelijke uitdaging beantwoordt.
Once a month, culture is accessible to everyone…
Brussels is a beautiful city and sometimes you don't need any money to explore it...
Wat is het belang van fuiven voor jongeren? Welke problemen ervaren jonge fuifbezoekers en organisatoren? Welke inspanningen leveren gemeenten en steden om fuiven beter mogelijk te maken?
Om in de stad Brussel straatartiest te zijn, moet je voldoen aan bepaalde eisen. Niet iedereen mag zomaar zijn of haar kunsten tonen in onze hoofdstad.
Tintin, Spike and Suzy, Spirou et Fantasio, The Smurfs and many others are some of the biggest prides of Belgium. The country has a long history of comic strips which are enjoyed by people from all over the world, regardless of age.
Every year, F.A.C.T.S. gives comic, anime and sci-fi fans the opportunity to go crazy. SeaMedia will guide you through the event, with the help from cosplayer Sarah Van Bell
Love beer? Like sweet blondes? Join Kenneth and Klaas in their beer adventure and discover the wonderful world of Belgian Beers.
SeaMe.tv is the video-on-demand platform of Sea Media, a European cooperation of different parties in the 2 Seas area
If you are doing advanced creative work or scholarly research, you might apply for the Bogliasco Fellowship Programme! Find out what it takes to join the Liguria Study Centre on the Italian Riviera.
Ever wanted to go on an exchange programme but Erasmus wasn’t really your thing? With the UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries Programme, you can do a young-artist residency anywhere in the world
The ‘ECF STEP Beyond Travel Grant’ funds emerging artists and cultural workers to explore and to exchange views, skills and inspiration within Europe and neighbouring countries. Sound interesting?
As an artist, working in another country can provide you with new sources of inspiration. You will gain experience and knowledge and might even expand your audience or start a partnership.
Are there any famous works of art that you would like to see but don’t have the chance to? Now you don’t even have to go to Paris to see the Mona Lisa or to Florence to visit David. Culture was never easier to access!