Mobility funding opportunities - Europe

 

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This series of European guides has been edited with the support of the Asia-Europe Foundation (except for countries with *).

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Preface

How to read the cultural mobility funding guides

 Austria

Belgium (* with the financial support of the Creative Europe Desks- Wallonia region / Brussels and Flanders)

 Bulgaria

Croatia (* Edition 2015)

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA / EUNIA)

Estonia (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA)

Finland (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA / EUNIA)

France (* Edition 2016 / avec le soutien du Ministère de la Culture)

Germany (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA / Touring Artists)

Greece

Hungary (* Edition 2015)

Iceland (* First edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA)

Ireland

Italy (* Edition 2016) 

Latvia (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA)

Lithuania (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA)

Luxemburg

Malta

The Netherlands* (in English and in Dutch(2017 Edition with DutchCulture)

Norway (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA/EUNIA)

Poland (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA / National Centre for Culture)

Portugal

Romania (* Edition 2015)

Russian Federation (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide / ARS BALTICA / Russian Theatre Union)

Slovakia

Slovenia (* Edition 2017)

Spain

Sweden (*New edition 2017 / BSR cultural mobility funding guide with ARS BALTICA/EUNIA)

Switzerland

United Kingdom

 

For their data and information support, On the Move wishes to thank the following On the Move members:  ITI-Germany and IGBK (through their website http://touring-artists.info), DutchCulture / TransArtists, Arts and Theatre Institute-Czech Republic and the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute-Poland, the Theatre Union of the Russian Federation as well as the Luxemburg agency for cultural affairs.

 

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These guides are an update of the first Guide to Funding Opportunities for the International Mobility 
of Artists and Culture Professionals in Europe published in 2011 by Interarts, an OTM member and a partner of the European project PRACTICS, and by On the Move in early 2011. The first Guide was supported by the European Commission, as well as by France’s Ministry of Culture and Communication and Spain’s Ministry of Culture.