This working group builds on the principle that mobility is a professional and artistic necessity for artists to export their work, perform, learn, create, cooperation and discover new forms of expression
If a common European cultural area is to become a reality, if we are to enhance diversity and sustain economic development and social inclusion it is essential that we promote cultural cooperation and exchanges by facilitating the mobility of artists and cultural professionals.
sharing views and best practices on improving cultural mobility
identifying, exploring and evaluating programmes, new actions and innovative tools and funds to foster mobility
forging a link between established professional European networks and cities
contributing to policy making at local, national and European level
Aarhus Amiens Metropole Arezzo Athens Banja Luka Berlin Bilbao Bologna Bonn Bordeaux BrabantStad Brighton & Hove Brussels Capital Region Budapest Bydgoszcz Cardiff Cluj-Napoca Dortmund Dublin EUROCITIES Brussels Office Gothenburg Helsinki Kadikoy Karlsruhe Klaipeda Leeds Leeuwarden Leipzig Leuven Ljubljana Lublin Malmo Mannheim Milan Munich Oulu Pesaro Prague Rennes Metropole Riga Rotterdam Rzeszow Stockholm Strasbourg Stuttgart Tampere Timisoara Turin Uppsala Utrecht Valladolid Varna Warsaw Zagreb Zaragoza