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Choreographers come to the residencies with their own projects which they want to develop during the stay in cooperation with an experienced artist ("coach"). The goal of the residence is neither the training of dancers, nor the aesthetic aspect of the expression, but gaining new points of view on one's own creative work, space and possibility to deepen one's individual elements or to seek new ways of expressing artistic intention. The whole residency has the form of a dialogue between choreographers and coaches who direct them. Deadline: 13 May 2018.
Afrique Plurielle: Call for artist's residency between Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Marseille (France)
The project Afrique Plurielle, promoted by the Versant Sud association in Marseille, develops artistic and cultural projects in close connection with its territory and with the entire African continent. This year's focus is on Ethiopia. Young artists graduated from the Addis Ababa School of Arts and Design and professional artists can apply. The following artistic disciplines are accepted: Visual arts, art photography, painting, drawing, engraving and sculpture. Deadline: 17 June 2018.
The award will be presented to a professional photographer of any age, sex or nationality who wishes to cover a social, economic, political or cultural issue in a journalistic manner. The award is given in order to allow the winner to produce a story that has never been told but that the photographer cannot find support for within the media. Deadline: 14 June 2018.
Since its founding in 2013, Het Nieuwe Instituut has pioneered research in architecture, design and digital culture, fostering programmes, exhibitions, lectures, archival investigations and publications in the Netherlands and internationally. Het Nieuwe Instituut invites applicants from all citizenships and places of residence. The Research Fellowships are open to all degree levels in all disciplines. Equal priority will be given to those without a degree or institutional affiliation who can also demonstrate a high level of creativity, critical thought and other potential in their respective fields. Neither a curriculum vitae nor letters of recommendation are requested. There is no age limit for applicants. Deadline: 1 June 2018.
Acts of Life wants to understand the intertwined idea of nature and culture, as a character that plays out differently in new urban settings between vulnerability and resilience, ephemerality and viscosity. The organisers (Goethe Institute, Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila and NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore ) invite creative and interdisciplinary working scholars of related fields (e.g. art, design, architecture, urbanism, humanities, digital sciences, etc.) to participate in a short-term residency in both Singapore and the Philippines, Manila. The participants (who who live and work in Southeast Asia and/or Germany) will work on their respective fields of research, together with selected counterparts of their interest, deploying conceptual, terminological, or methodological research tools. Deadline: 30 May 2018.
La résidence du Randell Cottage accueille alternativement chaque année un.e auteur.e français.e et un.e auteur.e néo-zélandais.e. Elle est organisée par l’Ambassade de France en Nouvelle-Zélande en partenariat avec le Randell Cottage Writers Trust et la Arts Foundation of New Zealand. Durant son séjour, le.a résident.e est invité.e à apporter son concours aux actions d’échanges conduites par les services culturels de l’Ambassade de France en Nouvelle-Zélande (ateliers, conférences, lectures publiques, rencontres, etc.). Date limite : 15 juin 2018.
Tadeusz Kantor Foundation and Arts Council Korea are announcing an open call for South-Korean artists for an autumn Artists in Residence programme in Tadeusz Kantor House in Hucisko. The application is open for South-Korean artists exclusively. All fields of artistic activity are welcome, but the main focus of the programme is the visual art. The application is open also for individual artists, researchers, writers and curators. Deadline: 25 April 2018.
Lieux publics, National and European Center for artistic creation in public place (CNAREP & Pôle européen de production), is based at la Cité des arts de la rue in Marseille. Lieux publics leads IN SITU, European platform for artistic creation in public space, co-funded by the European Union since 2003 and gathering more than 20 European partners. The coordination officer’s mission is to ensure monitoring of the activities in the frame of the IN SITU project, in connection with the communication and the administration officers of IN SITU, and more generally with Lieux publics’ team. Working under the authority of the general manager of the IN SITU network and Head of European and international relations. This role will contribute actively in a variety of ways to the implementation of the artistic and cultural project. Deadline: 11 May 2018.
As a direct outcome of the Tilting Axis meeting held at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands in May 2017, the University of Texas at Austin’s (UT) Art Galleries at Black Studies has come together with Tilting Axis to offer a Curatorial Fellowship to an emerging curator living and working in the Caribbean. This Fellowship opportunity focuses on curators living and working within the Caribbean region, and is both research and practice-led, and mentor-based. Deadline: 18 May 2018.
The British Council is aiming to increase connections between the UK creative sectors and young creative professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa. This opportunity aims to facilitate the UK creative sector’s ambitions to connect with young, African creatives and art professionals who are 18 to 35-year-olds and to increase opportunities for UK arts organisations and individuals to visit African cities and gain further insight into the chosen local art sector. Deadline: 11 May 2018.
The Fine Acts Fellowship provides support to an international community of creatives and makers who collaborate across disciplines to generate positive change. This fellowship is open to artists and technologists from Romania, Bulgaria, Poland and Hungary. In Fine Acts Labs, teams of artists and technologists work together over a weekend to prototype ideas that raise awareness or contribute to solutions for a specific issue. A jury then awards the best ideas with grants for further development. Deadline: 26 April 2018.
The COAL Prize is open to artists throughout the world who dare to imagine and experiment, to transform territories, lifestyles, organisations, and production methods. Together, they are building a new collective narrative, a new vision, developing our future heritage, and in doing so creating the necessary optimistic framework for everyone to find the means and the motivation to implement the changes needed for a more sustainable and just world. Deadline: 31 July 2018.
Chaque année, en novembre, le festival NEXT présente 35 spectacles de théâtre et de danse, soit environ 70 représentations dans plus de 10 villes flamandes, wallonnes et françaises de l’Eurométropole Lille-Kortrijk-Tournai et Valencienne. L’asbl NEXT (Courtrai, Belgique) recherche un/e collaborateur/trice pour la coordination des projets et la communication. Date limite : 5 mai 2018.