The Culture Forum is a publishing platform, an online archive, a biweekly newsletter, and home to a variety of print projects based in New York City. It publishes and disseminates announcements, news digest, and press releases on events, exhibitions, programs, and festivals across our database network, bringing together writing on varied cultural forms within a single venue.
We publish carefully selected announcements for key events at arts and cultural institutions in collaboration with local partners and members of the European Union National Institutes for Culture – Europe’s network of national cultural institutes, with a global presence in over 160 countries in all continents.
Culture Forum is where the most prominent voices in contemporary art, architecture, design and film meet the next generation of creators.
Being read predominantly in North America and Europe, Culture Forum collaborates with an international network of major protagonists of the global art scene as well as with young, emerging voices.

Constantly reinventing itself

It began as a publishing initiative of European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), serving initially as an announcement outlet for its cultural projects and activities.
Today, the forum has grown to leverage a network of some of the leading cultural organizations, art museums, festivals, art professionals, government cultural agencies, embassies, consulates, and cultural centers.
Meeting of EUNIC Feb. 2016, Flanders House, The New York Times Building. Photo Jordi Rubio.

Culture Forum is the place where art meets music, cinema, literature, theatre, architecture, and much more.

The 5th Nordic International Film Festival, Award Ceremony, Roxy Cinema, New York City.

Cultural Zeitgeist

Its news digest, events, exhibitions, reviews and the art projects produced and/or disseminated by Culture Forum describe strains of critical discourse surrounding contemporary art, culture, and theory internationally — offering active engagement with the social, political and cultural currents of our times.


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