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International work

Many artists' work extends beyond country borders. By sharing our knowledge on international work we want to facilitate your international ambition.

International work

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International ambition

Many artists work beyond country borders. We believe international ambition is both important for individual careers as well as for the Dutch arts scene in general. We want to facilitate your international ambition by providing the information you need to arrange this well on a professional level.

Artists working internationally in a variety of ways: maybe you are a performing artist on multi-country tour, selling your art piece to an international buyer, or taking a well sought-after course abroad.  

We gather information for artists with international carreers or ambitions to help you on your way.  

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Taxes in international context

Everyone pays taxes. When you work internationally things can get complicated. You earn an income in several nations, how do you avoid double taxations? 

The European Festivals Association (EFA) and Pearle*-Live Performance Europe shared a brochure on taxes for artists working in an international context. The brochure is made in collaboration with Dutch Tax advisor All Arts and the Tax law department of the Erasmus university. 

read the tax brochure
VAT in international context

Artists working abroad will run into VAT (value added tax, or BTW in Dutch) at some point. Different countries have different rules. Also there's special regulation for EU residents working international within the European Union. 

The European Festivals Association (EFA) and Pearle*-Live Performance Europe shared a brochure on VAT in an international context. The brochure is made in collaboration with Dutch Tax advisor All Arts and the Tax law department of the Erasmus university. 

Read the VAT brochure