Check the events On the Move will take part in – as an organiser, contributor, facilitator, evaluator etc. – in this most updated list of events.
Mobility Information Points (MIP) are information centres and/or websites in several European countries, and one in the USA, who aim to tackle administrative challenges that artists and cultural professionals can face when working across borders. Relevant issues can be around visas, social security, taxation, customs etc. Know more about them and other resources to ease your mobility.
The cultural venues Marres and Z33 are looking for a team of curators (minimum two persons) for the eighth edition of Currents, an annual group exhibition showcasing works by recently graduated artists from art academies in Belgium, Germany, and the southern Netherlands. The exhibition will be embedded in a broader guidance trajectory in which training, networking, and professionalisation are central. In order to limit the costs for travel and lodging, candidates with a local address in the Netherlands or Belgium are preferred. Deadline: 8 March 2020.
The 45th Annual Conference of the Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) will take place in Georgetown, Guyana, 1-5 June 2020. The topic of this year’s conference is ‘Identity Politics, Industry, Ecology and the Intelligent Economy in Caribbean Societies’. A limited number of travel grants are available for artists and writers from under-resourced Greater Caribbean nations who have a relevant proposal for the conference programme. Deadline: 31 March 2020.
92Y's International Jewelry Artist Residency is a juried residency for cutting edge, emerging and established jewelry artists to develop their work in the multifaceted New York City art scene. Running 19 August – 20 September 2020, the Residency will provide the opportunity for an international artist with a studio-based practice to develop a new body of work or complete research while engaging with New York's cultural community. Deadline: 1 April 2020.
Flekkefjord is a small town in the south of Norway. In 2020, it will hold the fifth edition of its street arts festival, and the organisers are looking for a street artist to work on the wall of a tower in the town. The artist is expect to arrive from 1 June 2020. Work needs to be completed 5 June, and then the festival begins on the 6th. The theme for the project is ‘Change’. Deadline: 10 April 2020.
YATOO > International Artist in Residence Programme for Open Air Sculpture / Installation (South Korea)
The YATOO International Artist in Residence Programme – organised in Gonju-si, South Korea – provides an environment in which artists are able to concentrate on their artwork while surrounded by beautiful, tranquil nature. Residencies last 1-2 months and take place in the period 6 April – 6 June 2020. The programme is open to artists working in open air sculpture or installation who are active in nature or interested in nature art. Deadline: 1 March 2020.
L’Art Rue, a Tunisian association carrying out citizens’ and innovative art projects in public spaces, is offering two residency sessions for artists of any discipline from the Middle East and Africa. The first will take place from September to December 2020, and the second from January to April 2021. Regardless of which session(s) artists attend, all successful applicants must also participate in a thinking laboratory, taking place 5-18 October 2020. Deadline: 20 April 2020 (sessions 1 & 2) / 30 June 2020 (session 2 only).
British Council and Creative Scotland are inviting proposals from artist(s) or organisations working in visual art, theatre, dance, literature, music and cross art form practices to undertake projects with European countries. Supported projects must be completed by the end of March 2021, and could take the form of research and scoping visits, cultural exchange, workshops, delegations, conferences, residencies, etc. Applicants must be based in Scotland. Deadline: 4 March 2020.
Metropolis is calling for 10 artists working with performing arts for an international site-specific residency programme in Copenhagen. The programme is aimed at performing artists with an interdisciplinary approach who have an interest in researching, creating and producing work in public space and the public realm. There are two separate residencies: Mapping the City (5 July - 2 August 2020) and Performative Landscapes (9 August - 6 September 2020). Deadline: 22 March 2020.
The Goethe-Institut’s European Translators’ Residency Programme offers residencies for translators of German-language fiction. Residencies take place at one of two sites (Siggen and Dresden-Hellerau), last 6-8 weeks, and can be scheduled March-December 2020. The programme mainly targets translators of German literature (novels, poetry and essays) who live outside Germany, with preference for contemporary German fiction. At least two large-scale published translations, as well as a publication contract for the translation being worked on during the residency, are required to make an application. Deadline: 6 March 2020.
The fifth edition of Film:ReStored, a festival dedicated to film heritage, will take place 27 October – 1 November 2020 at the Filmhaus in Berlin. The event will have a European focus, exploring challenges and solutions for European archives and film heritage institutions. The organisers invite proposals for lectures, workshop reports and film programmes from applicants in EU member states. Deadline: 1 April 2020.
To celebrate its centenary, the Leach Pottery in Cornwall, UK is hosting two international residents. One residency will run 18 May - 31 July 2020, and the other 1 September - 13 November 2020. The selected artists will develop a new body of work to reflect the centenary that will be exhibited as a part of the Leach 100 celebrations at the end of 2020. Applications are welcomed from around the world. Deadline: 6 March 2020.
PUTSPACE > Summer Symposium ‘Narrations, Experiences and Contestations of Public Transport in European Cities’ (Belarus)
The international project Public Transport as Public Space in European Cities (PUTSPACE)'s Summer Symposium will take place in Minsk, Belarus, 1–6 June 2020. The symposium is focusing on ‘Narrations, Experiences and Contestations of Public transport in European Cities’. As part of a trans-disciplinary approach to the topic, the organisers are calling for the participation of scholars, artists, filmmakers, writers and practitioners who work in or around public transport systems. Deadline: 20 March 2020.
The Curatorial Intensive South Asia is a fully-funded fellowship programme in the field of curatorial practices relevant to South Asia in the visual arts. The programme consists of a two-week residential course in Delhi, India in July 2020 followed by an exhibition curated by the Fellows late in 2020. Open to applicants residing in South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Iran, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka). Deadline: 15 April 2020.