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).
The goal of this Salzburg Global Seminar session was to build on path-breaking cultural initiatives to advance international and cross-sectoral links between existing arts and sustainability activities around the world, encourage bolder awareness-raising efforts, and recommend strategic approaches for making innovative grassroots to scale for greater, longer-term impact. Be part of the conversation while consulting the full report online!
The European Commission adopts a Strategy for international cultural relations which will contribute to making the EU a stronger global actor. The Strategy aims at encouraging cultural cooperation between the EU and its partner countries. Read more and the declaration.
D'Art 48 presents the results of the online survey on International Entrepreneurship in the Arts, disseminated among IFACCA members in May–June 2015. The IFACCA Secretariat assisted Dr Lidia Varbanova, international consultant in strategies and entrepreneurship in the arts and creative industries, in her research on this topic by working with her to develop the questionnaire and distributing it to the IFACCA network. The results of the research inform Chapters Four and Six of Dr Varbanova’s book International Entrepreneurship in the Arts, which will be published by Routledge in 2016.
On the Move's general assembly was held on 19 May in Warsaw following the invitation of its member, the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute. On the Move representatives took also part in special networking meetings, a discussion with Eastern Partnership countries' special guests and in a training on digital innovation and communication.
Creative Tracks is a European project designed to connect existing networks of young entrepreneurs active in the cultural and creative sectors across the world.On the Move is part of this EU funded project (Creative Europe) together with Inova+, KEA, Addict, the Roberto Cimetta Fund and Librios.
First cultural mobility experiences for European artists and cultural professionals in KOREA - a web-repertory
This web-repertory, done with the support of Korea Arts Management Service and its platform theApro- aims to provide European artists, cultural professionals and organisations with tips and resources for their first mobility experiences in Korea.
This E-connector - supported by ASEF Culture360 in partnership with the Luxemburgish Agency for Cultural Affairs and Planting Rice - comes in the form of a glossary which will help to tackle some key issues related to the mobility of artists and cultural professionals between Asia and Europe, be it for touring, residency, collaborations, training, meeting participation, exploration visit for a project, job shadowing experience and more.
My Performing Arts Agency (MyPAA) activated ARTERI on 1 April 2016, an online strategic platform to serve as a one-stop information portal for the Malaysian arts communities. On the Move is one of the organisations which contributed to ARTERI's contents on cultural mobility issues.
The website Artistic Residencies is a systematized and up-to-date database concerning Polish artistic residencies and artwork of their residents. The website is operated by the National Centre for Culture Poland and was created in partnership with A-I-R Laboratory Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle. It is aimed for professionals and institutions interested in cooperation and creating artistic residencies in Eastern Europe and for artists seeking residencies in Poland.
The international, environmental and cultural scene lost one of his best supporters, with the passing of Rudolf Brünger on 23 March 2016. Rudolf was one of the founding members of UfaFabrik in Berlin and its executive director. He welcomed On the Move and the participants of the GALA-Green Art Lab Alliance on 14 March 2014 during a workshop on green cultural mobility facilitated by Julie's Bicycle as well as IGBK and ITI-Germany.
Découvrez la plate-forme 'Host an Artist', une nouvelle manière de concevoir les résidences d'artistes. Discover the 'Host an Artist' platform, a new way to conceive artists' residencies.
This publication (edited by XTRAX and coordinated by Circostrada) delivers the dynamic conclusions of all the sessions, reported by the five facilitators: Josephine Burns, Anaïs Biaux, Bettina Linstrum, Marie Le Sourd and Susan Haedicke. (La publication est aussi disponible en français)
Written by experts from national governments, the report addresses the challenges the cultural and creative small businesses face finding funding. It highlights over 100 innovative instruments and 32 success stories.
ASEF culture360 announces the publication of the E-connector on digital arts and humanities, the second in a series of online resources on the culture and creative industries, digitisation of arts and humanities and cultural mobility in Asia and Europe. This project was commissioned by ASEF culture360 and researched by On the Move with the contribution of the Luxembourg Agency for Cultural Affairs and Planting Rice.
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