Check the events On the Move is associated with as a participant, speaker, facilitator etc. in 2016.
The organisers are looking for applications from outstanding cultural managers from Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South Korea and the USA, as well as from EU Member States, coming from different fields of relevant cultural practice/fields.Deadline: 1 August.
The scholarship is meant for: grants for a temporary residence at renowned institutions for dance and choreography abroad, a non-paid participation in an ensemble or a placement with a choreographer at home or abroad or the studies of dance techniques with renowned personalities at home or abroad. Deadline: 15 September.
Extravagant bodies is an international trans-disciplinary art festival initiated in 2007 as a triennial project that deals with societal demarcations of normal and pathological physicality, appearance, behaviour, sexuality and/or life style. Deadline: 15 July.
Each year, thankyouforcoming hosts art critics and/or curators for a 7 day-residency in Nice and its suburb. ACROSS’s residency programme is open to all individuals under the age of 40, French or foreigners, who have curating and/or art critic experience. Deadline: 14 August.
The Club of Rome wants to inspire and support students, activists, intellectuals, artists, video-makers, teachers, professors and many others to help us shift the teaching of economics away from the mathematical pseudo-science it has become. The well-being of people and the sustainability of the planet need to lie at the core of all economic thinking. Deadline: 30 June.
The 2016 prize will reward initiatives carried out by civil society organisations and/or individuals and aimed at improving migrants' lives and fostering their integration in society. Deadline: 9 September.
The initiative targets people aged 18-25 and aims to improve the knowledge young Europeans have on historical processes in 20th-century East-Central Europe, equipping those interested in history with tools and methods for examining and documenting the past as well as documenting oral reports and audio-visual materials concerning history and the identities of Europe's border communities. Deadline: 10 July.
Visual AIDS invites curators to submit a proposal for our annual one-month exhibition, to take place in Summer/Fall 2017. Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over. Deadline: 1 August.
Age of Wonderland initiates knowledge exchange between creative doers and thinkers from non-western countries and the Dutch creative industries. The programme is a joint realization by Hivos and Baltan Laboratories, and runs from July 15 until November 15, 2016. This position provides perspectives for prolongation. Deadline: 8 July.
The residency programme at Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, Seyðisfjörður East Iceland aims to create and nurture an environment for inspiration, focus, and experiment; to encourage artists to experience life and work in a unique micro community where creativity is applied to the everyday; to foster a sense of community between artists and the public in the rural setting of East Iceland; and to provide conditions that stimulate the dialogue between art and life. Deadline: 1 September.
BJCEM & Loose Associations (Slobodne veze) > Open call for young artists > MOTEL TROGIR: ‘The East is west of the West’ (Croatia)
The MOTEL TROGIR project is focused on preservation and (re)evaluation of the mid-20th century architectural heritage from the period of the Socialist Yugoslavia on the Adriatic coast (and beyond). As part of the annual artistic project, in collaboration with BJCEM, they invite artists under the age of 35 to join the short term residency/study visit to two mid Dalmatian towns, Trogir and Split, where they will be introduced to the spatial and social context in which this architecture was made to be. Deadline: 24 July.
The European project Circus Incubator has been created by 7 partners for 2015 - 2017 : La Grainerie (France), Circus Info (Finland), Cirko (Finland), Subtopia (Sweden), La Central del Circ (Spain), La TOHU (Canada) and Luni Produçoes (Brazil). Next deadline for young artists and professionals: 15 July.
ECF’s Idea Camp is a three-day collaborative working platform organised within the framework of Connected Action for the Commons, a network and action research programme led by ECF together with six cultural organisations from across Europe. Entitled “Moving Communities”, ECF's third Idea Camp will focus on the current positive, radical resistance movements that are daring to counteract anti-democratic practices. Deadline: 20 September.
The Harvard University South Asia Institute’s Arts Programme serves as a resource across all disciplines to explore critical issues of South Asia through the lens of art and design. The Programme welcomes applications from emerging artists in South Asia to come to Harvard University to participate in interdisciplinary discourse with students and faculty on global issues relevant to South Asia. Deadline: 15 August.