Check the events On the Move takes part in – as an organiser, a speaker, a contributor, a facilitator, an evaluator etc. Interested in partnering with On the Move? Feel free to write to us at mobility(at)on-the-move.org.
Cultural Mobility Funding Guide > Focus on Arab Countries from North Africa and the Middle East (MENA) > 3rd edition / Guide des financements pour la mobilité culturelle > Focus sur les pays arabes d’Afrique du Nord et du Moyen Orient > 3ème édition
This guide is an updated version and is the result of a research conducted between August and December 2020 by the researchers Fanny Bouquerel and Fatma Sakka.This guide coordinated by On the Move receives the support of the Institut français. La version actuelle présente une mise à jour effectuée entre août et décembre 2020 par les chercheuses Fanny Bouquerel et Fatma Sakka; Ce guide est coordonné par On the Move et reçoit le soutien de l’Institut français. Design: Marine Domec. The Arab version is designed with the support of LMDK agency.
The GALA Funding and Resources Guide – Second edition is the updated edition of the guide first produced in 2015 within the scope of the EU funded project, Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA). This edition has been supported by the French Ministry of Culture and the Institut français. The guide, researched by Marta Gracia, is articulated around two main parts: a first one around funding for arts and culture projects related to environmental sustainability (support schemes, transnational supports, European projects, residencies, festivals etc.) and a second one on sources of inspiration for more responsible action.
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 webpage is updated with coronavirus's related information.
All sectors are affected by the coronavirus pandemia but we are very much aware that the alternative and independent art scene is / will be particularly under pressure. This list of resources, done in partnership with Circostrada, is updated on a daily basis since 14 March 2020. This list is by no means comprehensive and can be easily enriched thanks to your feedback and proposal to include new resources. Feel free to email us any initiative related to one of the sub-topics at mobility(at)on-the-move.org.
Urbane Künste Ruhr is pleased to announce a new cooperation with the Stiftung Geschichte des Ruhrgebiets in Bochum as part of the residency programme Zu Gast bei Urbane Künste Ruhr. The residency offers the opportunity for intensive research of archival material and archival structures during a three-month stay. The residency is open-ended, individualised, and geared to the specific research interests and projects of the residents. Deadline: 30 April 2021.
In the framework of the European project Who Cares?, Centro Huarte is offering an international residency programme for two or more artists, taking place from 1 September to 24 October 2021. Projects are encouraged to investigate care and affective practices in relation to the current moment we are living through. Applicants should have an EU passport or be based in an EU member state and preferably be fluent in the local languages (Spanish and/or Basque). Deadline: 27 May 2021.
This year ADAM (Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance) will be hosting a series of online programmes conceived by international artists to continuously stimulate exchanges of thoughts and practices. Artists who self-identify as Asian (wherever they are based as individuals), collectives or Asian-and-non-Asian mixed groups are invited to propose research-based ideas that respond to our times in a post-COVID-19 context. The selected projects will be presented as a research sharing in ADAM’s online programme in December 2021. Deadline: 6 May 2021.
The Odyssée programme is aimed at foreign artists, researchers and cultural professionals who aren't living in France and who want to develop projects within French cultural centres located at heritage sites. Periods of residency can last 1-6 months. Deadline: 29 May 2021.
Roxy ULM’s ResearchLab (based in Ulm, Germany) consists of up to four residencies per year. Each residency lasts three weeks and is aimed at supporting dance by nurturing emerging choreographers to realise their ideas from concept to live performance. Young, emerging and established choreographers are welcome to apply. One ResearchLab begins in September 2021 and another in November 2021. Deadline: 31 May 2021.
ITAC - International Teaching Artists Collaborative > Call for Climate-Engaged Teaching Artists (Remote)
ITAC - International Teaching Artists Collaborative is commissioning five teaching artists from around the world to design and deliver projects in their local communities that change beliefs and behaviours in relation to climate change. The geographically and culturally diverse artists will form the core of the Climate Collective – a subgroup of climate-engaged teaching artists who will learn from each other, provide peer-to-peer support, and experiment with different engagement methods. Artists must be available to complete their project between May and December 2021. Deadline: 12 April 2021.
In autumn 2022, Delfina Foundation will launch its fifth concentrated season of residencies and public programmes focusing investigations on the most pressing issue of our time - the climate emergency - in relation to its ongoing Politics of Food programme. Opportunities will be available for in-person residencies and virtual engagement, as well as public programme events. There is a particular interest in interdisciplinary collaborations between artists/curators and researchers. Deadline: 14 June 2021.
MUSE.ar > Open Call for Artists to Explore New Narratives for Museums (Czech Republic, Serbia, Hungary)
The aim of the international MUSE.ar project is to create a platform that will allow cultural institutions to connect with contemporary artists and collaborate to create digital guides. The organisers are now looking for three groups of artists and creatives who will work with the visions of partner institutions to co-create new digital narratives during residencies at three partner museums in Czech Republic, Serbia and Hungary. Project activities run from May 2021 to June 2022. Europe-based artists with a high level of proficiency in English are eligible to apply. Deadline: 25 April 2021.
With its annual New Settings programme, the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès supports the creation and distribution of new performance works. The programme aims at supporting hybrid performances which have a prominent visual dimension. Selected projects will receive production support and then be programmed at partner venues in Paris during the 2022-2023 season. Deadline: 1 July 2021.
NEW NOW festival for Digital Arts on Zollverein > Open call for digital works and for artistic-scientific contributions for a conference (Germany / online)
NEW NOW explores phenomena of our times and will take place for the first time on the Zollverein UNESCO World Heritage Site in Essen from August 27 to October 03, 2021. For five weeks, the landmark of the Ruhr area will be transformed into an open production site for Digital Arts: The festival accompanies artists in the development of their works and invites the public to actively contribute. The Digital Arts serve as a venue for speculation. Here, artists and participants alike have the freedom to imagine and test new visions for the present. Deadline: 18 April 2021.