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 forms of employment are diversifying. Are these “atypical” operating modes impacting access to social protection for workers who don’t have a conventional employment status? How do changes on the European labour market impact access to social protection? Read CAE report and reflection paper.
This briefing note casts light upon culture in EU development policies and external action, reviewing discussions around this topic and opening the floor for questions. With the SDGs and new EU strategies in place, how will culture and development objectives meet in practice?
There’s limited information for artists and producers and for organisations in search for partners for exchange and collaboration.EDN commissioned an action research project in order to explore how knowledge exchange across networks can contribute to a mapping process.
Publication: Training and exchange of knowledge »: Identifying training initiatives in the field of performing arts in South-East Europe
Launched in 2012, the TEATROSKOP programme (platform for the performing arts in South-East Europe) has endeavoured to initiate, renew and boost exchanges between France and 13 countries in the region in the fields of theatre, dance, circus and street arts and puppetry. On the demand of TEATROSKOP – Institut Français, La Belle Ouvrage carried on this initial collection of initiatives, good practices and interviews. This document strives to put these in context and to sketch some of the possible routes for further developments.
Premières expériences de mobilité en Corée, pour les artistes et les professionnels de la culture européens
Un répertoire de liens Internet conçu par On the Move pour le Korea Arts Management Service avec le soutien du Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication pour la version française dans le cadre de l’Année France-Corée (2015-2016).
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.
The mobility programme Moving MENA of the Goethe-Institut in Cairo makes it possible for cultural actors, particularly from the Arab countries Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, and Jordan, to participate in festivals, exhibits, and other relevant events in Germany and also in other countries of the Arab world. In some cases, travel for the research of future projects can also be supported.There is no specific deadline but applicants should be aware of the visas' timeframe to apply for support.
This funding is intended for coproductions by artists in the fields of theatre, dance, music and performance art, in which hybrid and interdisciplinary formats and the use of digital media may be key components.Preference will be given to projects between German and non-European partners, particularly from transition countries. Deadlines: for 2017: April 30, 2017 and for 2018: October 30, 2017 and April 30, 2018.
Custom-made residencies are periods of up to one month for research and reflection, without the pressure of production. A custom-made “package" is put together for each artist (or other practitioner) or group of artists. There can be an individual accompaniment by the Arc director and other external specialists if required for the artistic work process. Deadline for application: no later than 2 months before the starting date of your residency.
Information about job vacancies, open calls, networks etc within cultural sectors in Europe and internationally
Looking for information about vacancies, open calls, networks etc within Cultural sectors in Europe and internationally? Check this list was prepared by the Swedish Public Employment Service Culture Media Sweden /EURES Sweden.
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.