This page introduces cultural mobility news and opportunities - with travel cost at least partially funded - at least three times a week. You can search the news by topic (funding, call, residency, training, meeting etc.) or world regions (destination).
Check the events On the Move is associated with as a participant, speaker, facilitator etc. in 2016.
Working with creative professionals from Malta and abroad as well as new and current theatre companies and the various communities in Malta and Gozo, the aim of Teatru Malta is to create exciting, relevant and engaging work for various audiences across Malta and Gozo.The chosen candidate will be engaged on a three-year contract for service. Deadline: 14 October.
The aim of Asialink’s Arts Residency Programme is to create meaningful and enduring relationships between individuals and organisations in Australia and Asia. Asialink works in partnership with arts residency centres in the region to realise this goal. Asialink Arts Residencies are professional development opportunities, aimed at being mutually beneficial to both host and resident. Deadline: 30 September.
Langage Plus is a space for current art where research and creation lead to a various range of exhibitions, residencies, events and educational activities. By hosting artists from here and elsewhere, Langage Plus allows a large regional audience to discover and experiment today’s art, thus participating to the notoriety of the city of Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean on the national and international scene. Deadline: 1 November.
Pollen accueille des plasticiens de toutes nationalités et leur permet de réaliser un projet spécifique ou de poursuivre une recherche personnelle. Pollen propose un "terrain d'essai" et un accompagnement susceptibles de nourrir le travail et la démarche des artistes. Date limite: 1er novembre.
Project Pressure and The Glacier Trust invite proposals from artists using photography and video to contribute to Project Pressure’s archive. Promoted by Project Pressure’s new partner, the World Photography Organisation, this opportunity will see an artist travel to the Nepalese Himalayas to document glacier research in the region. Deadline: 11 September.
International Triennial of Tapestry «Karlygash» - exhibition-competition of contemporary artists of textile art (Kazakhstan)
The First Kazakhstani International Triennale of Contemporary tapestry will be held under the motto: «Modern tapestry: actual search.» The organizers of the triennial expect from its members not only fidelity to the tradition and well-established technology, but active development of new artistic techniques as well. At the same time authors are free to choose themes, methods and materials of works. The focus is on 18-35 years old's artists. Deadline: 30 November.
L’objet de l’appel est de concevoir une œuvre littéraire d’un format numérique que les candidats devront élaborer durant une résidence de création d’une durée de six semaines. Les projets seront validés par un jury composé d’écrivains, de conseillers littéraires, de membres des structures organisatrices et des institutions partenaires. Ce jury sera seul habilité à apprécier le respect des critères de sélection et la qualité du projet soumis. Date limite: 10 septembre.
The Arts and Social Practice Fellowship is a reciprocal exchange programme with British Council US partners offering fellowship grants to socially-engaged artists in the US and UK. Fellows are offered residencies of 2-3 weeks with host organisations in the US and the UK. Each residency is self-determined by the artist whose practice involves public interaction and addresses contemporary social issues through the lens of arts and culture. Deadline: 23 September.
CIMAM - International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art > Travel Grant Programme (Spain)
Thanks to the generous support of the Getty Foundation and the Fundación Cisneros/Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, CIMAM offers around 25 travel grants to support the attendance of modern and contemporary art curators and museum or collection directors to CIMAM’s 2016 Annual Conference, Museum and Its Responsibilities that will be held in Barcelona, 18–20 November 2016. There is a focus on residents from Emerging and Developing countries as well as from Central America and the Caribbean. Deadline: 14 September.
LUCKY TRIMMER spotlights both emerging and established artists by showcasing a selection of works that are engaged with physicality, movement and performance. For each edition, their curatorial team selects short pieces that touch their hearts out of a pool of international applications and assembles them to form an extravagant feature-length programme. LUCKY TRIMMER stands between worlds by bridging the avant-garde and the mainstream and by combining artistic excellence with the lightness of entertainment. Deadline: 30 November.
Freemuse – the world’s leading organisation defending artistic freedom – requires a dynamic, skilled and experienced person to head the organisation, which is based in Copenhagen. The Executive Director is responsible for developing and implementing Freemuse’s strategic vision, ensuring necessary funding and representing Freemuse in meetings with donors, policy makers and the extensive Freemuse network. Deadline: 30 September.
As the Head of Arts and Partnership you would be responsible for building partnerships with other organisations to deliver cultural and creative projects, building collaboration between Australia and the UK. You will be responsible for building a strong programme of artistic and creative work which will increase our profile and impact in Australia. Deadline: 8 September.
ANCER Research Camp, Singapore > Call for presentations on Collective Creative Practices in Southeast Asia
The main intention of the research camp is to fill the gap in knowledge and share practices about creative collective practices from the region. The camp aims to provide an opportunity for participants to be involved in a platform specifically initiated for critical thinking, sharing and discussion about the perspectives, visions, challenges and strategies for collectivity, within the excellent art and design education environment of the LASALLE College. Deadline: 16 September.
Arts Council Malta is looking for external evaluators to form part of independent evaluation boards that assess submitted proposals for the various funding programmes managed by the Council. This list of selected evaluators will be valid until 31st December 2018. This is a rolling call with no deadlines.