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 Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) in Singapore invites scholars to apply for fellowships in one of the following research areas: Southeast Asian Islamic art; Maritime trade / Asian Export Art; Peranakan Art and Culture; Buddhist Art (preferably Tantric/Himalayan); Asian fashion, textiles, or jewellery. The standard duration of the fellowship is nine months (academic year), though a six-month term is also possible. Deadline: 31 January 2020.
UNESCO's Policy & Research series examines emerging trends in cultural policy and governance, and offers an in-depth analysis of key topics to reveal today's policy landscape. In doing so, it aims to inspire cultural policymakers and advocates to make innovative, evidence-based decisions that stimulate the growth of dynamic creative sectors around the world.
CEC ArtsLink > A Miracle or Misunderstanding: Socially Engaged Practices in the Art Prospect Network Countries
CEC ArtsLink presents a new publication, A Miracle or Misunderstanding: Socially Engaged Practices in the Art Prospect Network Countries, including field reports from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. This study grew out of CEC ArtsLink’s commitment to support international cultural mobility and new models to creatively address socio-political concerns, transforming urban environments, and engaging local communities. It serves to connect the broader international arts community to the post-Soviet region, engage funders, and advocate for the importance of transnational cultural exchange.
Investing in our culture is investing in our future > Open letter to EU leaders from Europe’s cultural and creative sectors
90 cultural networks including On the Move signed an open letter to EU leaders from Europe's culture and creative sectors to invest in our future, to invest in our culture. Read the letter and feel free to share it as much as possible.
IETM have opened applications for travel grants to support attendance at their 2020 Plenary Meeting in Tromsø, Norway, 30 April - 3 May 2020. The grants are available only for IETM members. Deadline: 6 March 2020.
Taking place in Klaipeda, Lithuania in April 2020, the eighth edition of the international festival Young Theatre Days will aim to bring together actors, directors, stage designers, dramatists and critics for a week of workshops geared towards creating performances for a public audience. Deadline: 31 January 2020.
ArtBirds is a Sino-French association organising cultural exchange projects with a focus on street arts. The organisation is involved in several outdoor festivals in China, and is launching a call for artists who would like to perform in the country. Deadline: 31 January 2020.
Service Culture inclusive de Pro Infirmis Sensability > Pour une sortie culturelle accessible > Guide de l'inclusion dans les arts de la scène
Ce guide pour une sortie culturelle accessible est le fruit d’une collaboration avec Sensability et le Pour-cent culturel Migros. Il s’adresse aux organisateurs d’événements culturels des arts de la scène (théâtre, danse, musique). En se mettant dans la peau de visiteurs avec différentes formes de handicap, il montre ce qu’il faut mettre en place pour rendre une sortie culturelle accessible.
Ce guide des fondations privées en France, Financements Art + Culture + International, vise à compléter le ‘Guide des Opportunités de Financements de la Mobilité des Artistes et des Professionnels de la Culture pour la France’ , en mettant en avant principalement des fondations d’entreprises ou familiales privées qui soutiennent des projets ou des initiatives artistiques (toutes disciplines confondues) ayant une dimension européenne et/ou internationale. Découvrez la seconde édition 2019 de ce guide qui répertorie plus de 35 fondations et fonds privés.
Guide des opportunités de financements de la mobilité culturelle - France / Guide to opportunities of cultural mobility funding- France
Découvrez la version 2019 éditée du guide des opportunités de financements de la mobilité culturelle pour la France. Un grand merci à Laura Jude pour cette actualisation. Le guide des opportunités de financements de la mobilité culturelle pour la France reçoit le soutien du Ministère de la Culture-France. For English speaking artists and cultural professionals: the cultural mobility funding guide for France is in French. However, in the table of contents (table des matières), you can refer to the funding schemes in English with the acronym EN. The cultural mobility funding guide for France is supported by the Ministry of Culture-France. Thanks to Laura Jude for this 2019 editing and update.
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), through its Mobility First! travel grant, with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is launching a special open call that prioritises the mobility support of artists and cultural professionals from Bangladesh, Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Lao PDR, and Vietnam. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
Discover more about Art Moves Africa's new publication, Retracing Roots and Tracing New Routes: Mobility and Touring in North Africa. This is the latest publication in its series of regional studies on arts mobility in Africa.
The challenges of cultural relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean / Retos de las relaciones culturales entre la Unión Europea y América Latina y el Caribe
The present book is one of the results of EULAC Focus research project, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union, focused on the cultural, scientific and social dimension of relationships between the European Union and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC). El presente libro es uno de los resultados del proyecto de investigación EULAC Focus, financiado por el programa Horizonte 2020 de la Unión Europea, centrado en la dimensión cultural, científica y social de las relaciones entre la Unión Europea y la Comunidad de Estados de América Latina y el Caribe.
CONTESTED DESIRES is a transnational capacity building programme for artists and producers engaging with communities and heritage spaces. With a focus on exchange and learning, the programme will offer unique opportunities for artists and communities to explore our shared heritage through research, workshops, residencies and exhibitions. Working in the UK, Portugal, Cyprus, Spain, and Barbados CONTESTED DESIRES will dig deep to explore, and reveal the links between our shared colonial history and our cultural identities today – from the diverse perspectives of those working across Europe and in the Caribbean. Deadline: 18 November 2019.
VIVANT is an exceptional cultural event taking place in Marseille (France) between March and October 2020 in conjunction with the IUCN World Conservation Congress, to raise awareness and rally political action on biodiversity issues. As an artist, organisation or collective, you can participate in VIVANT by promoting your own event for free. Exhibitions, installations, meetings, performances, performances, screenings, concerts, readings, participatory workshops, competitions or any other cultural events that address biodiversity in an inspiring way will benefit from the visibility and impact of this shared platform. Proposed projects can take place anytime between 1st March and 31st October 2020.