Check the events On the Move is associated with as a participant, speaker, facilitator etc. in 2016.
Creative Tracks connects young creative professionals worldwide to encourage cross-cultural projects and foster creative entrepreneurship. Check out this new EU funded initiative and answer a quick survey by 31 May.
Nesta and Sedition are pleased to invite international artists and creatives to submit work to the 2016 FutureFest Art Prize. FutureFest is a weekend festival of radical ideas, compelling talks and interactive experiences designed to inspire people to question and shape the future. The third edition of the festival takes place at Tobacco Dock in London, 17-18 September 2016, and will be programmed around four themes: Love, Play, Thrive and Work. Deadline: 10 June.
IETM is looking for an Administrative Assistant whose role will be to help IETM’s Secretariat to execute administrative tasks, namely to maintain and develop an efficient administrative system of the organisation. Deadline: 16 May.
La Fondation d’entreprise Hermès a initié en 2011 un programme dédié aux arts de la scène : New Settings. Les projets scéniques soutenus dans le cadre de New Settings engagent un travail dont la dimension plastique est prépondérante. Prospectifs et exploratoires, ils peuvent confronter co-écriture, nouveaux modes opératoires et offrent au public une relation innovante. Ces créations émanent d’artistes émergents ou confirmés et peuvent avoir un rayonnement national ou international. Date limite: 30 septembre.
As the Operations Manager, you oversee, monitor, manage and control the financial and administrative organisation of EFA and its initiatives The Festival Academy, the European House for Culture, A Soul for Europe, EFFE - Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe and report back to the Secretary General. Apply as soon as possible.
A mythical city and an oasis in the Judean desert, Jericho is the oldest city on earth sat on the lowest point below sea level.The artist-in-residency programme is open to any young artist (visual arts, photography, video, writing, etc.) or academic with a solid experience and a real motivation as to the specificity of Jericho. Deadline: 15 June.
The organisers invite scholars, artists, writers, filmmakers, and activists to propose a single story that can represent or encapsulate the Anthropocene. They welcome stories from all possible angles and scales, rejecting any pre-constituted hierarchy between fiction and non-fiction, local and global, scientific and vernacular, academic and pop. Deadline: 15 June.
CreArt is a collaboration between the 13 European cities: Arad/Romania, Kaunas/Lithuania, Genoa/Italy, Delft/Netherlands, Harghita County/Romania, HDLU/Croatia, Valladolid/Spain, Aveiro/Portugal, Linz/Austria, Kristiansand/Norway, Lecce/Italy, Pardubice/Czech Republic and Vilnius/Lithuania. Only artists with a degree in a field of art (university level) from above mentioned cities can apply for the project. If the applicant does not have a university degree, proof of equivalent ability must be provided through his or her artistic career. Deadline: 30 May.
The Placeholder is a peer-to-peer skillshare project that maps innovative tactics to funding by European cultural actors. The resulting directory of financial tactics will help cultural managers get new ideas on ways to go after additional funding, what works and what not, and what kind of resources they need to initiate a tactic. Deadline: 31 May.
Méduse is a unique structure in Northern America. It is a cooperative dedicated to art, cultural and community based producers and distributors that opened its doors in 1995 in Quebec City. Today the 4,000 square-metre building houses ten (10) non-profit organisations that all take an active role at the forefront of contemporary arts; their missions are different, yet complementary. Deadline: 18 May.
In the framework of our EILEEN project the organisers are looking for innovative initiatives and activities that promote the development of intercultural competences in an innovative way and include practical cases or at least ideas on how learning outcomes and competence developments within this specific competence area can be assessed and evidenced also beyond the walls of formal education. Deadline: 30 June.
Are you a cultural and creative professional active in Europe? What are your views on using crowdfunding? Did you already run a crowdfunding campaign or are you considering to do so in the future? What are your experiences? Take the survey and help the organisers find out how crowdfunding can benefit the cultural and creative sector! Your answers will help to bring the knowledge about crowdfunding for cultural and creative professionals to the next level. You can take the survey in English, French or German. Deadline: 3rd June.
This year Chronus Art Center (CAC) opens its Lab for a 3-month research and creation fellowship. . The 2016 Research and Creation Fellowship aims to foster global exchange while advancing the discourse and practice of new media art, and contribute to CAC's research and educational mission as well as the institution's future collection. Deadline: 30 May.
Support for a preparatory action to create an EU Festival award and an EU Festival label in the field of culture – EFFE (Europe for Festivals – Festivals for Europe)
This Preparatory Action will allow EFFE to increase its reach to festivals and audiences, building on the award and the label EFFE already established, to carry out a truly European initiative covering all culture festivals across Europe and rewarding the innovation endeavours made by these festivals. Deadline: 21 June.