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 Auxiliary are inviting submissions for their artist-in-resident programme, AUX-AiR 2018. The organisers are looking for 4 emerging and early career international artists working in the fields of sonic art, performance and installation to undertake a funded, 6 week residency at their project space in Teesside, Northeast England.There is no curatorial thematic for this call out. However projects that engage with the industrial heritage, place and identity of Teesside will be favoured. Deadline: 28 February 2018.
The Art House (United Kingdom) > Residency, Development & Exhibition Opportunities for Visual Artists
The Art House is seeking proposals from artists who would like to take up one of three supported residencies at our purpose built studios in Wakefield to help them develop and extend their practice. The callout is open to all, though at least one of the residencies will be reserved for a disabled artist (the Equalities Act 2010 says that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to- day activities). Deadline: 26 January 2018.
Pro Helvetia Johannesburg has entered into a new agreement with the Harare regional office of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation for the ANT Mobility Fund. The programme for the 2018 – 2020 assists in the development of a more connected cultural field in the Southern African region, while supporting transnational collaboration, circulation of relevant new work and skills/knowledge exchange. Activities and Projects should involve mobility between two or more of the following countries (for individuals or organisations): Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Seychelles, Tanzania (including Zanzibar), Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Deadline: 12 February 2018.
Bérénice est un projet déposé dans le cadre du financement européen INTERREG, accordé pour trois ans, jusqu’au 30 septembre 2019, et se déroulant à l’échelle de la Grande Région (Lorraine, Luxembourg, Sarre, Rhénanie-Palatinat, Wallonie, Communauté germanophone de Belgique). Bérénice a pour ambition de faire de l’inclusion sociale son principal objectif en rassemblant des institutions convaincues que la culture, et le spectacle vivant en particulier, y ont un rôle primordial à jouer. Le ou la chargé.e de mission aura pour tâche la gestion et le développement du projet Bérénice (Projet Interreg VA Grande Région). Date limite: 2 février 2018.
Community Arts Lab (CAL) is an interdisciplinary international residence programme run by Ludic Arts and Culture Department at Workshops of Culture in Lublin. CAL focuses on activities that rediscover and reclaim public spaces. “Playing the city” is CAL’s new guiding principle starting from 2018. The organisers see the public space as a platform for social dialogue, a lab for researching, playing, testing and experimenting. Deadline: 9 February 2018.
Freemuse is a Copenhagen-based international human rights organisation defending artistic freedom. The Programme Manager will be responsible for the effective day-to-day management of Freemuse’s programmes and projects, including developing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting. S/he will play a key role in delivering programme intended results, and ensure the smooth management of work plans, budgets, reporting, and external partnerships. Deadline: 29 January 2018.
Etants-donnés - fonds franco-américain pour l'art contemporain / Étant donnés Contemporary Art (USA/France)
Les artistes français, les institutions américaines et les commissaires d'expositions américains peuvent se porter candidats pour des projets se déroulant entre le 1er juin 2018 et le 30 juin 2019. French/France based artists, US institutions and curators can apply for projects to be implemented between the 1st of June 2018 and the 30 June 2019. Dl: 15 / 3 /2018.
In 2018, the Commission will make comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework, which is the EU's long–term budget. This consultation's objective is to collect the views of all interested parties on how to make the most of every euro of the EU budget. All citizens, organisations and stakeholders can respond to this consultation, and in particular those with an interest and/or involvement in issues related to learning mobility; education and training apart from mobility; volunteering, humanitarian aid, solidarity; youth work; labour mobility; culture, media and arts; citizenship and values; justice area, judicial cooperation, rights; consumer protection. Deadline: 8 March 2018.
STARTS Prize 2018 – Grand prize of the European Commission honoring innovation in technology, industry and society stimulated by the arts
Appointed by the European Commission, Ars Electronica in collaboration with BOZAR and Waag Society is launching an international prize to select the most pioneering collaborations and results in the field of creativity and innovation at the crossings of science and technology with the arts. The prizes are offered to honor innovative projects at the intersection of science, technology and the arts: one for artistic exploration, and thus projects with the potential to influence or change the way technology is deployed, developed or perceived, and one for innovative collaboration between industry/technology and art/culture in ways that open up new paths for innovation. Deadline: 2 March 2018.
OneBeat is a music exchange and incubator for music-based social entrepreneurship, where innovative musicians from around the world launch collaborative projects designed to make a positive impact on local and global communities. Eligible countries are: Albania, Algeria, Belarus, Bolivia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Africa, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Zimbabwe. Deadline: 9 February 2018.
The Deputy Director is a new senior level post within Delfina Foundation’s small, dedicated team to help devise and deliver the organisation’s vision and forwardthinking plan. This post is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to bring together fundraising, strategic and curatorial/programming expertise to support the development of Delfina Foundation and secure our sustainability in the long-term. Deadline: 9 February 2018.
UNIDRAM organisers are looking for visual theatre productions with a special focus on contemporary visual theatre that spans different genres. The productions can contain dance, drama, puppetry, music, visual arts or video and performance elements. They consider all applications submitted in time except for productions in the areas of children’s theatre and classical drama. Deadline: 15 March 2018.
The EMC Fellowship Programme offers emerging professionals working in the field of music an opportunity to internationalise their careers and develop professionally. During two years, 7 young people are invited to take part in the European Forum on Music, get exclusive access to further EMC events and are included in the EMC’s internal (membership) communication. The EMC Fellows are open-minded persons, motivated to engage in cultural policy discussions and committed to the values of musical diversity and the ideals of the 5 music rights. Deadline: 15 February 2018.
Hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism, the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) engages in a broad range of international exchange programs to introduce Korea’s contemporary art to an international audience while strengthening its global network. As a part of this effort, KAMS seeks to award grants to International art organizations that 1) invite Korean artists to exhibit, or 2) collaborate with Korean partners – including curators, galleries, and pertinent organizations – to present exhibitions of Korean artists, thereby assisting high-potential Korean artists with extending their reach to international art markets. Deadline: 28 February 2018.
In 2018, Invisible Borders Trans-African project will embark on the 8th edition of its artistic Road Trip Project. The Road Trip this time, will be a Trans-African one encompassing countries, towns, villages, rivers and Trans-African highways between Lagos (Nigeria) and Maputo (Mozambique) within a period of 95 days, from August 20 to November 23, 2018. The road trip will feature 21 participants all together (3 administrators, 9 Trans-border participants and 9 guest participants). The organisers are seeking passionate African artists (photographers, writers, filmmakers, historians, architects, dancers, performance artists, and graffiti artists) who are interested in participating in this road trip. Deadline: 6 March 2018.