Culture Moves Europe individual mobility call results are in

More than 1,800 beneficiaries were selected, among them 30 Slovenian artists and cultural workers have been awarded an individual mobility grant. Congratulations!

Results · July 14, 2023

Culture Moves Europe is an action to support international mobility in culture, supported by the Creative Europe Programme and implemented by the Goethe Institute between 2022 and 2025. The support is aimed at artists and cultural practitioners for professional training abroad, international cooperation, co-productions, co-creation or presenting work to new audiences.

The first Culture Moves Europe call for proposals for individual mobility attracted 4,665 applications (representing 7,689 individuals), from which more than 1,800 beneficiaries were selected. The artists and cultural workers come from 40 countries, among them 30 Slovenian artists and cultural workers have been awarded an individual mobility grant.

Most of the grant recipients come from Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Ukraine (including four virtual projects), Belgium and the Netherlands. The beneficiaries chose 38 countries for their projects, with Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands being the most popular mobility destinations.

The most popular sectors participating are the visual and performing arts and music. The sectors with the lowest number of applications were architecture, design and fashion design, and literary translation.

 Funding supplements highlight the pursuit of sustainable travel

A total of 776 beneficiaries (42.5%) applied for a green top-up to make their travel more sustainable. 315 of the selected applicants applied for a family top-up, 37 beneficiaries are travelling to or from the Overseas Countries and Territories or the Outermost Regions of the EU, and 28 applied for a Visa to-up. 18 of the selected applicants received additional funding to cover costs related to specific mobility needs.

The next Culture Moves calls for individual mobility will be launched in October 2023.

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