The structure voyons voir | art contemporain et territoire develops a network of artists in residence and creations of visual artworks in Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur area (France). Voyons voir has opened a call for artists in residence between Nov. 2013 and April 2014. The residence takes place during 4/5 weeks, consecutively or not and includes production grants, residency allowance and flat-rate reimbursement of travel costs. Deadline: 15 March.
Objectifs- Center for Photography and Filmmaking in Singapore welcomes applications for its residency and lab programme. Funding for travels included. Deadline on 15 March 2013!
Arterial Network has vacancies for the following 4 posts: Communications Manager, Fundraising Manager, Researcher, Project Manager. Find all the details and apply by 25 February!
MAM – Maroc Artist Meeting is a meeting of artists living in Morocco and Germany, who want to deal with their living environments and their place in performing arts in a critical way. Ten selected artists from each country will work, experiment, live, discuss and network in the fields of dance / movement and music for a period of two weeks. During the third week a smaller group will travel in the countryside and work with local habitants. Applications accepted until 17 February.
Tmesis Theatre’s Artistic Director, Elinor Randle will lead a two-day workshop in Tmesis’s unique style of physical theatre, focusing on freeing the expressive body, animal instincts, body control, partner work and improvisation. The company are well know for their physical training and encouraging participants to push through their barriers. Early bird registration fee if applying before 18 February.
This symposium, taking place on February 27th in The Hague (the Netherlands) is aimed at an engaged professional audience and will deal with substantial issues in the current residency environment as a means to promote continuing dialogue. Register by 15 February!
Named after the late Sami artist Iver Jåks, this international artist-in-residence program offers a two months residency in Karasjok, Norway. The residency includes accommodation, access to an artist studio, a stipend for living expenses and production costs, and travel costs covered to and fro. Deadline: 10 March.
Collaboration Grants are awarded to cultural organisations and organisations outside the cultural sector that are working together on artistic and cultural projects across different countries of wider Europe. At least one partner applicant must work in a sector outside the cultural field but the main applicant should work in the cultural sector. Deadline: 25 March.
The Allianz Cultural Foundation promotes and supports cultural and artistic networking in Europe and the Mediterranean region. The focus of the promotion is on exchange and encounter projects as well as discursive events in contemporary art, literature, dance and theatre. Deadline: 31 March.
Tanz im August« is considered one of the most significant dance festivals in Europe. The festival celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013, which makes this a good moment to reflect on the artistic direction of this platform. We would be delighted to receive applications from anyone interested, including your ideas for the future and for the goals of Tanz im August, by 1 March.
The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) invites artists to submit ideas for the “Survival Kit 5” International Contemporary Arts Festival which will take place from the 5th to the 15th September, 2013 in Riga. “Survival Kit 5” has focussed on slow revolution, which emphasizes the importance of margins, overturning positions of power and questions the dominance of the centre. Deadline for applications: 10 March.
ECF is currently recruiting a temporary HR administrator (part-time) to start in March 2013. We need someone who enjoys getting involved in lots of different tasks and who has bags of enthusiasm and initiative. Apply as soon as possible!
Are you an artist or cultural professional? Are you a resident in a Nordic or Baltic country? Then you can apply for support to travel across borders to another Nordic or Baltic country from the Nordic Culture Point! Deadline: 6 February.
Trans Europe Halles (TEH), a European network of 50 independent cultural centres in more than 25 countries, looks for a Communication manager to join the team in Lund, Sweden starting from April and until early 2014 (possibly more). Interested in this part-time (80%) position? Apply by 19 February!
In various studies, access to finance has been pointed out as a core barrier to growth for many cultural and creative companies. The European Commission wants to take action to tackle this problem. However, insufficient data on the sector’s actual financing needs currently hinder effective policy making. This survey (in English, French and German) is a unique opportunity to make the voice of cultural organisations heard - fill it in! There's time until mid-March.