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July 22 2015

New online platform for Artists and Arts Organizations

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World Cultures Connect (WCC) is a digital hub and international networking platform for the cultural and creative sectors. WCC has been designed as an online meeting place for cultural managers and creative professionals around the globe to promote their work and services, discover ideas and the latest intelligence, and connect with new partners, audiences and markets. This brand new project allows any individual or organisation to create a free profile to join a community of international artists and organisations talking about artistic exchange, global mobility and new opportunities.

World Cultures Connect is promoting artists and creative businesses across Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific as part of the ACP Cultures+ funded project Culture Works Connections. Join today to hear about opportunities through the project and for a chance to have your work profiled on WCC and in the international communications of Visiting Arts (London), The Africa Centre (Cape Town), the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism (Trinidad and Tobago), and the Pacific Arts and Culture Foundation (Fiji)!

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