"Mobility Matters" study offers a panorama on the mobility of artists and Cultural Professionals in Europe.
This study on the mobility of artists and cultural professionals was directed by the ERICarts Institute for the European Commission.
"Mobility Matters": Programmes and Schemes to Support the Mobility of Artists and Cultural Professionals in Europe
Study directed by the ERICarts Institute for the European Commission
Following an open invitation to tender launched in early 2008, the European Commission selected the European Institute for Comparative Cultural Research (the ERICarts Institute) to carry out a study. To this end, this institute has worked together with a group of six key experts and 38 national correspondents.
During the course of the study, ERICarts collected information on mobility trends in different regions of Europe, on recent debates taking place within individual countries, on existing mobility schemes, on the main motives for funding bodies to support mobility and on the main resources where professionals can find information about mobility schemes.
The team developed a classification of the main types and objectives of mobility schemes and wherever possible, assessed their effectiveness.
This study also presents a number of recommendations to national and European actors on how to improve the mobility of artists and cultural professionals.
We invite you to read the full report (available in English) provided by the ERICarts Institute, as well as the Executive Summary.
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