NEWS

Tallin Urban Lab

06.09.2017

The creative platform Urbiquity once again brings its urbanism residency programme to Tallin, with a week of activities and workshops scheduled all of next week in and around Tallin, Estonia. [more]

Landskrona Foto Festival

04.09.2017

The Landskrona Foto Festival has become one of Scandinavia’s most important photographic events and the countdown is on for the 2017 festival which starts this Friday in Landskrona, Sweden, running through until Sept 17th. [more]

Exhibition devoted to Arvo Pärt, Gdansk

30.08.2017

Arvo Pärt is one of Estonia’s most esteemed contemporary composers and with their role as current President of the EU, the country will recognise him in an exhibition devoted to his work at the St John’s Centre in Gdansk, Poland,...[more]

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ARS BALTICA supports cultural cooperation within the Baltic Sea Region and beyond, advocates for the significance of arts and culture on the political level and promotes cultural life around the Baltic Sea. 

ARS BALTICA sees itself as a cultural framework, gathering and offering information on different aspects within the arts and culture sector through network-building and by supporting the implementation of multilateral cultural projects. Since its foundation in 1999 it has been maintaining tight links with the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS).

POLICY AREA CULTURE was established in 2013 within the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) and aims to promote the Baltic Sea area as a common cultural region. It is coordinated by the ministries of culture of Poland and Land Schleswig-Holstein (Germany) with the support of its implementation from ARS BALTICA and the Nordic Council of Ministers.

For more Information visit: www.eusbsrculture.eu


BSR Cultural Mobility Funding Guide

The BSR Cultural Mobility Funding Guide is a joint On The Move and ARS BALTICA initiative. The guide is your handy tool to navigate through the great pool of cultural mobility funding opportunities in all eleven BSR countries.
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An introduction to the CCL project.
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