Online magazine and research platform whose goal is the promotion of cross-national dialogue about contemporary art in Central and Eastern Europe. Includes articles, interviews, exhibition news and podcasts.
Offering a database of artists, galleries, museums, and portfolios in Europe.
Commission for Looted Art in Europe
International, expert and non-profit representative body which researches, identifies and recovers looted property on behalf of families, communities, institutions and governments.
Cool French Comics
Dedicated to French-language comics (a term including comics created in both France and in Belgium).
Culture Action Europe
Advocacy and lobby organisation promoting arts and culture as a building block of the European project.
Magazine published in English and Spanish covering performances and training across Europe. Includes audition listings, festivals, and people.
European Cultural Foundation
Contains news and updates from this organization, which initiates and supports cultural exchange and creative expression across wider Europe.
European League of Institutes of the Arts
An independent network of approximately 320 Arts Education Institutes covering all the disciplines of the Arts - Dance, Design, Theatre, Fine Art, Music, Media Arts and Architecture - from 47 countries.
The European Library
Information about all the National Libraries of Europe, their services and the online exhibitions they offer.
European Music Council
Umbrella organisation for National Music Councils and organisations involved in various fields of music from many European countries.
Access to books, paintings, films, museum objects and archival records that have been digitised throughout Europe. With news and projects.
Lab for Culture
Information, debate and research on European cultural cooperation. Includes case studies, funding information and a directory of cultural and creative organisations.
Web Gallery of Art
Virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism periods (1100-1850), containing over 21,000 reproductions.