Information on associations, councils, grant-making foundations, collectives, or ad hoc groups that promote and/or support the activities and goals of the visual, performing and literary arts.
Organization for the promotion of Punjabi language, literature and culture. Provides articles, books, poetry, music, videos and events.
Dedicated to support the arts and creativity in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Artist in residence program in Venice, Italy.
Non-profit alternative art institution in Hungary, with the objective to register changes in art, to present and document the most interesting art experiments and to promote artistic communication.
Western Australia artist employment and project management service. Service and pricing information.
Nonprofit foundation promoting contemporary artists of Bahrain.
Information on projects, festivals and membership. Part of the University of Natal in Durban, South Africa.
Community arts council provides information on local artists, festivals, news and gallery. Napier, New Zealand.
International arts and culture society of young artists living in Vienna.
Organization founded by Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation that combines museum and exhibition activities with science research programs.
Policy making, coordinating and grants giving body for culture and the arts in the Philippines.
Non-profit arts advocacy organization which promotes the humanitarian value of art and selects three artists annually to act as ambassadors.
Information on the work of New Zealand artists and Laureate Award winners.
Artists and writers from El Salvador organized toward a culture for peace in a country devastated by years of war.[Spanish/English]
Features grant programs, services, news, and contact information.
WAA connects touring artists with performing arts presenters in the western US and Canada. Find information on the annual booking conference, professional development, news, publications, links, and member services. Members include performing arts presenters, artists, managers, consultants and vendors.
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