Create, Ireland’s national development agency for collaborative arts and Dublin City Art's Office are inviting you to take part in a survey about the professional development needs of artists who work collaboratively. The survey will take you around 10 minutes. Reply by 8 May!
Sites of Construction: Exhibitions and the making of recent art history in Asia: call for submissions of papers
This symposium will explore the role exhibitions play in the development of art historical canons, pedagogy, and the public reception of recent art in and from Asia. Call for submissions of papers to participate in this symposium: deadline on 3 May 2013.
The "chantiers" taking place in Florence (Italy) and Tunis (Tunisia) next June will be an opportunity for exchange, research and training aiming to elaborate an artistic creation process fostering mutual knowledge. The inspiring themse will be cultural heritage, myths and histories of the Mediterranean. The call is open to artists who are EU and Tunisian citizens, based in Italy or Tunisia, and aged between 18 and 35 y.o. Deadline: 5 May.
Fellowships will be awarded to two US-based curators, critics and art historians with demonstrated experience and excellence in engaging with international contemporary art. Fellows will be provided with an opportunity to travel to one or more of the YVAA countries in Central and South-East Europe and will have the possibility to serve as guest critics for the 10 YVAA artists in residence at International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP). Travel costs and others paid. Deadline: 30 April.
The Art Today Association – Center for Contemporary Art Plovdiv (CCA) is looking for an intern to join the team as from now to July. Join this Bulgarian NGO and assist in the preparation of international events, exhibitions and festivals - enjoy free accommodation and Bulgarian language classes! The collaboration might continue after the internship. Send your application as soon as possible.
The residency is open to applications from visual artists, architects and designers, and is thematically focused on the topic of public space in China. Only artists with residency in Sweden are eligible. The grant covers travel costs and others. Deadline: 8 May.
Publishers, editors, foreign rights directors, foreign rights managers and literary agents are eligible for the Frankfurt Fellowship. Travel costs (and others) in Germany paid. Deadline: 30 April.
Artists working in-between or with different media – sound, performance, visual arts – can apply: submissions are open to anyone wishing to actively engage with the theme of Dancing Partners. The individual travel from Lisbon to Marseille is paid, among others. Deadline: 3 May.
The BECC is a Europe-wide staff exchange programme organiced by the European Network of Cultural Centres. It aims at enabling locally based cultural workers to go abroad for a short stay with a cultural centre in another country to exchange good practices, acquire new skills and knowledge and building long-term partnerships. Every staff member of a cultural centre can participate. Deadline: 30 April.
CrossCulture Plus with its focus on Arab countries in the process of social transformation offers former CrossCulture interns from Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen as well as from Germany the chance to apply for funding of micro-projects taking place in these same countries. The interns' travel and subsistence expenses are covered by the programme funds. Deadline: 4 May.
EMCY, the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth is currently looking for its new Secretary General. Deadline on 3 May!
Accepting submissions from April 4 to May 3, 2013, the Franchise is an open call for 500-word proposals for group shows that take place anywhere in the world outside of New York City. Deadline on 3 May!
International Conference on Sustainable Cultural Management in Thessaloniki, Greece (19-20 April 2013)
The conference is organised by the Goethe Institut, the Heinrich Böll Foundation-Greece and the European Theatre Network, Mitos21. Admission to the conference is free. For registration and any further information: welcome [at] thessalonikiconference.org
Workshop on Art, Migration, Adaptation in Paris - trainers' training for art mediators, artists, educators, trainers
The 5 days international training organised within the EU-funded project Ariadne offers a space for artists, art mediators, educators, to acquire, exchange and further develop tools and ideas to create art based workshops for people in cross-cultural transitions, in particular migrants. Grundtivg grants are available to cover your travel costs - deadline: 30 April.
The objective for this funding is to support the mobility of performances and distribution of exhibitions. Priority countries are South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, but motivations for opportunities in other SADC countries will be considered. Deadline: 2 May.