Goethe-Institut is launching the third Call for Applications on August 14th 2019. The focus remains on two sectors: the Performing Arts (except music) and the Visual Arts. Group applications and segmented mobilities remain eligible. Changes with mobility duration and objectives. Deadline: September 5th 2019.
The general objective of this pilot project is to define and test policies and actions supporting mobility and the exchange of experience between the cultural and creative industries, creative hubs, maker-spaces, fab-labs; formal and non-formal learning, and skills development systems in a cross-sectoral way. Deadline: August 12, 2019.
Goethe-Institut announced the second call for mobility pilot project i-Portunus. This is an opportunity for individual artists and culture professionals active in the fields of Performing Arts and Visual Arts. The call is open to group applications and segmented mobilities. Deadline: 24 June 2019.
Arts and Theatre Institute and CAMP are holding the international conference on mobility in Prague, April 25, 2019. Discuss and share your ideas how to cultivate international cultural experience with minimal impact on the environment. The event is a part of the plenary meeting of On the Move network and will be streamed online.
Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) will implement the 14th edition of ASEF Unplugged as part of the Who is Who sessions on both days of the conference #Mobility4Creativity in Ljubljana, April 4–5, 2019. Check out the Mobility First! - ASEF's travel grant for artists and cultural professionals. Open call: 1 to 30 April and 15 May to 15 June 2019.
Calls and funds concerning literary translation from NORLA, Hungarian Books & Translations Office, the Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg and FOCUNA Fonds culturel national.
Goethe-Institut announced the mobility pilot project, i-Portunus, to be launched in April. This is an opportunity for individual artists and culture professionals active in the fields of Performing Arts and Visual Arts.
On the International Women's Day (March 8, 2019) Maribor Art Gallery is opening the first of two consecutive presentations of art works emerged from the Wom@rts Project's artistic residencies supported by the Creative Europe programme. The artists had responded to Simone de Beauvoir groundbreaking work “The Second Sex” that was published seventy years ago.
Calls and funds concerning literary translation from Vilenica International Literary Festival, Festival of World Literature and Cúirt International Festival of Literature within the Creative Europe project Read Me I am Yours; Literature Ireland, Serbian Ministry of culture and media, Spanish Ministry of Culture and Central European Initiative.
The Call within the platform PARALLEL, supported by the Creative Europe programme, is open to artists working with photography and curators working with photography/new media/visual arts. Deadline: March 31, 2019.
With the Call for Members, the Future Architecture platform invites museums, galleries, festival organisers, academic institutions and other cultural operators with innovative approaches to architecture to participate in the 2020 European Architecture Programme. Deadline: 16 January 2019.
European platform for architecture, supported by the EU Creative Europe programme, is inviting multi-disciplinary emerging professionals from all over the world to apply with transformative projects related to our living environments. Deadline: January 7, 2019.