touring artists 

touring artists is an information portal for artists working internationally. It provides comprehensive information on visa and residence, transport and customs, taxation, social security, other insurances, and copyright. The portal's focus is on visual arts and performing arts. touring artists primarily maps legal regulations and administrative procedures in Germany – for foreign artists who work there temporarily and for German artists or artists who live in Germany and who work abroad for a limited period of time.  


On the Move 

On the Move (OTM) is the cultural mobility information network with more than 35 members in 20 countries across Europe and beyond. Its mission is to encourage and facilitate cross-border mobility and cooperation, contributing to building up a vibrant and shared European cultural space that is strongly connected worldwide.


DutchCulture I TransArtists

DutchCulture | TransArtists combines and shares knowledge and experience on artist-in-residence programmes and other international opportunities for creative professionals. It offers facts and information on the use and value of international artist-in-residence opportunities. The tools and services are developed from the artists' perspective. The goal is to make the worldwide residential art labyrinth accessible and usable to artists through the website, workshops, AiR collections, research and projects.



Kunstenloket offers information and advise about commercial and legal aspects in Belgium for cultural professionals. The webpage provides advice and answers about the social status of the artist, income tax, VAT, copyright, forms of organization and insurance.


Visual Artists Ireland 

Visual Artists Ireland is the all Ireland development and resource body for professional visual artists. VAI provides services, facilities and resources to individual artists and the visual arts sector and operates an artistic programme. Furthermore it supports the activity of professional contemporary visual arts practice as well as it represents and acts as an advocate for individual artists, the visual arts sector and the arts in general.