Movin’Up is a contest addressed to young creative artists aged 18 to 35 years, based in Italy, professionally oriented and who have gained entrance or have been officially invited abroad. Deadline for the 2013 edition: 28 May.
The Centre Européen d'Actions Artistiques Contemporaines based in Strasbourg (France) looks for a guest commissioner for three exhibitions in 2014-2015. Deadline: 31 May (French only).
The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Madrid announces the Call for proposals for the Programme “Cultural diversity and cultural exchange", aiming to promote a greater understanding of cultural diversity and to stimulate cultural cooperation between cultural entities and cultural players in Spain and in Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. Deadline: 16 July.
On the 4th, 5th and 6th of November, the Culture Forum will gather in Brussels cultural policy makers, stakeholders, artists and cultural professionals, and address some of the hottest topics for the sector at the moment. The DG EAC has launched a call for ideas - open till 20 June.
2013 Frida Awards+ for projects enhancing the use of the Internet for social, economic and cultural development in Latin America and the Caribbean
The call is open to all initiatives, researches or innovation projects in the field of ICTs that have made a significant contribution to the use of the Internet for the social, economic and cultural development of the region since 2008. Those applying for an Award may also submit a concrete proposal for extending their project. The award includes a cash prize and invitation (travels included) to attend the awards ceremony 2013. Deadline: 31 May.
The Global Shining Light Award: call for investigative journalists from developing or in transition countries
The Global Investigative Journalism Conference presents the Global Shining Light Award, a unique award which honors investigative journalism in a developing or transitioning country, done under threat, duress, or in the direst of conditions. Winners are invited to attend the ceremony in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil in October 2013 (travel and other costs included). Deadline: 15 June.
Carré Rotondes Espace Culturel in Luxemburg recruits a person in charge of productions and a production assistant. Deadline: 3 June.
The Ford Foundation seeks a dynamic, creative and innovative leader to serve as Director of JustFilms program, launched in 2011 and building on the Ford Foundation’s rich history of funding pioneering social justice documentary films. Deadline: 31 May.
The Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes and the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) are pleased to advise that some assistance will be available to enable delegates from developing countries to attend the 6th World Summit on Arts and Culture (Santiago, Chile, 13-16 January 2014). Deadline on 7 June.
The Toyota Foundation has provided grants to support initiatives addressing a variety of issues in a wide range of fields. Since the foundation’s establishment in 1974, a central theme has been the pursuit of a society with pluralistic values. The upcoming international grant programme is open to people and organisations from Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Deadline on 21 June!
Hotel Pro Forma (Copenhagen, Denmark) is looking for students for its internship programme. Interns will take part in the development, planning and production of local exhibitions, international productions and artistic projects. The internship is without salary and is full-time. The working language is English. Deadline: 7 June.
Cultural Diversity, Civil Society and International Cultural Cooperation in South-East Europe - Zagreb (Croatia)
Today, after the first round of periodic reports on the implementation of UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity (2005) have been received and analysed by UNESCO, the question of the effective implementation of the Convention is still pertinent. The conference in Zagreb (3-4 June) will tackle the issue from multiple perspectives.
SIM, The Association of Visual Artists in Iceland opens applications for 2-month residency opportunities in Reykjavík from visual artists from the Nordic and Baltic countries. Travel and other costs coevered. Deadline: 1 June.
Wanted: an adventurous soul with an appetite for the unusual, an artistic temperament and an affinity for geek. Suggested skills: Disappearing interfaces, conjuring circuits, pulling robotic rabbits out of haptic hats. Requirement: being a UK-based individual or groups looking for the time and space to research innovative/experimental ideas. Deadline: 10 June.
V. Summer School of the Multi Media Archives at Freie Universitaet Berlin - Resistance during National Socialism
For the fifth time already young international researchers are invited to learn about different interdisciplinary methods of working with oral-history-archives: biographical testimonies as sources for scientific research in the context of „Resistance during National Socialism“. Travel costs (and others) subsidised. Working language: German. Deadline: 1 June.