The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) is seeking an independent consultant or consulting company to undertake an evaluation of the ASEF culture360 portal. Deadline: 29 February.
ARKIPEL – Jakarta International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival (Indonesia) > Call for young Asian curators
ARKIPEL intends to be able to deliver quality documentary (not TV documentary) and achievement of experimentation in cinema to Indonesian, Southeast Asian, and International audiences. Deadline: 11 April.
The Summer Programme will be taught by a pool of ten Indonesian and European experts from different disciplinary backgrounds. It will showcase the state-of-the-art research on Javanese Art History and related aspects of culture, history, and religion. Deadline: 31 March.
The Allianz Cultural Foundation only supports projects, not institutions. Aside from the countries of Central and South-eastern Europe, in the upcoming years the funding of the Allianz Cultural Foundation focuses on the Mediterranean area. Deadline: 31 March.
The Arab Fund for Art and Culture (AFAC) and the Prince Claus Fund (PCF) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in partnership with the Magnum Foundation (MF) in New York, USA, present the third cycle of the Arab Documentary Photography Programme (ADPP). Deadline: 1 April.
The organisers are looking for web installations, web performances, or web sculptures which deal with the topic »Decentralization of Internet Art.« The submission period starts on the 15th of February. Deadline: 29 February.
This call is open to all Arab authors irrespective of age, experience, race, religion, nationality or place of residence (in the Arab region or in Diaspora). Deadline: 15 March.
In the framework of the EU funded project Europe Grand Central, the call is open to artists from all artistic disciplines, curators, cultural/social animators, researchers, cultural managers, new circus / theatre / dance practitioners coming from Eastern and Western Europe (European Union and Eastern Partnership countries). Deadline: 11 March.
This is a public online consultation on the Your First EURES job (YFEJ) mobility scheme and options for future EU measures on youth intra-EU labour mobility. Deadline: 22 April.
RECcORD is a research and action project that invites people with a strong connection to a cultural centre to participate in the collection and creation of new knowledge about cultural centres. As a participant you will - as a part of a team of 20 colleagues - be trained by researchers and then posted in a cultural center in another country for at least 10 days. Deadline: 15 March.
The Fellowship is awarded for outstanding papers published in the area of Turkish cultural and social studies, as well as to support the participation of scholars in leading conferences in this subject area. Ongoing deadline.
The Shanghai Project is an ideas' platform bringing together—from China and abroad—artists, filmmakers, performers, musicians, designers, architects, writers, poets, philosophers, historians, scientists, economists, geographers, sociologists, anthropologists, journalists, doctors, lawyers, engineers, hackers, bloggers, activists . . . and the people of Shanghai. Deadline: 28 February.
Next City is proud to announce an international arts opportunity for visual and performing artists from 8 rapidly urbanizing cities to show work at UN meetings in Surabaya, Indonesia and Quito, Ecuador. Artists from Shanghai, Lagos, Stockholm, Cairo, New Orleans and Melbourne are invited to submit visual arts projects that address Resilience + Mobility, Opportunity + Equality and Public Life + Design in their respective cities. Artists from Surabaya and Quito are invited to submit performance art that could be presented in the host city during a series of evening events. Deadline: 1 April.
Cambodia Living Arts is seeking an Institutional Partnerships Coordinator. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with CLA’s national and international partners, and help them to build new networks both in Cambodia and elsewhere in the region. Deadline: 10 March.
Since 2009, apexart has been hosting Franchise Exhibitions around the world. Started to address the boundaries of art and business, the Franchise Programme has since presented over 17 exhibitions in 14 different countries and 4 states, each exploring an idea specific to the location. No previous experience is required. Deadline: 29 February.