News

09.01.2014

Visa processes for performing artists in the USA - A webinar by the National Endowment for the Arts

The webinar provided an overview of the visa process and focus on the petition aspect, providing information to assist in preparation of petitions on behalf of foreign artists engaged for performances in the U.S. The presentation was followed by a Q&A session. Check it out if you plan performances in the USA.

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09.01.2014

EU-South Korea: Current Trends of Cultural Exchange and Future Perspectives

The report was prepared by Marie Le Sourd, Elena Di Federico (both members of staff of On The Move) and Dr Sung-Won Yoon. The report includes useful references and weblinks of organisations in the fields of performing arts, publishing, cultural heritage, visual arts and audiovisual as well as a section on cultural mobility.

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06.01.2014

IFACCA Good Practice Guide on Arts Advocacy (December 2013)

Arts advocacy is a key challenge, one shared by government agencies and arts communities around the world. This report (updated December 2013) provides a platform for the exchange of information and ideas about arts advocacy by exploring a range of campaigns currently being undertaken or planned by national arts funding agencies.

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30.12.2013

On the Move Newsletters 12/2013

Download On the Move´s monthly newsletter in four languages. Téléchargez la lettre d'information mensuelle d'On the Move en quatres langues. Descargar el boletín mensual de On the Move en cuatro idiomas. Leggi la newsletter mensile di On the Move in 4 lingue

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26.12.2013

Het Entrepot (Belgium)- Calls for residencies C.T.C. (visual arts)

Het Entrepot is looking for projects that are clearly developed based on a social engagement or which are conceived from the necessity to respond to a particular problem or conflict (in relation to ‘History’). The residential program invites the following contemporary disciplines: painting, drawing, sculptures, photography, video, multimedia, mixed media, performance and audio art. Deadlines till 2017!

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15.12.2013

Les réseaux du spectacle vivant

L'ensemble des réseaux du spectacle vivant sont recensés sur le pearltrees de la Nacre. Outil réactualisé régulièrement. Découvrez un autre moyen de vous mettre en réseau!

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14.12.2013

Istikshaf regional mobility and freedom of movement policy agenda

This regional mobility and freedom of movement policy agenda aims to develop closer links between a range of stakeholders including government agencies, foundations, voluntary and community sector in delivering specific policies and positions in areas affecting mobility with a focus on arts, culture and social entrepreneurship. Read more about it and support this innovative initiative!

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09.12.2013

ICT Toolkit, an introductory toolkit for artists and arts organisations

The toolkit, presented by the Africa Arts Institute (AFAI), provides an accessible online resource for anyone in need of advice on how to use everyday IT tools as effectively as possible. The 45-page toolkit covers new media platforms such as websites and blogs and social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud and Vimeo. It also addresses recently popularized initiatives such as ‘crowdfunding’.

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06.12.2013

Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, Berlin (Germany) - Internships opportunities

The ICD invites applications from individuals who are coming from the following fields: International Relations & Politics, Languages & Literature, History & Philosophy, Marketing & PR, Business & Economics, Statistics, Communication& Journalism, Administration, English, Spanish and Event Management. Find all details online to apply.

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06.12.2013

keðja - Sustainable strategies for the Nordic-Baltic dance field

What can sustainability mean in contemporary dance? How do we want to define sustainability? Inadequate funding schemes, short-term solutions, short-lived productions – how should the dance field be developed in a more sustainable manner? To find some answers, follow the keðja Think Tank on sustainable strategies for the Nordic-Baltic dance field!

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05.12.2013

On The Move newsletter 11/2013

Download On the Move´s monthly newsletter in four languages. Téléchargez la lettre d'information mensuelle d'On the Move en quatres langues. Descargar el boletín mensual de On the Move en cuatro idiomas. Leggi la newsletter mensile di On the Move in 4 lingue

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04.12.2013

National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (USA) & Lives Without Limits campaign

Established in 1995, the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE) is sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State and administered by Mobility International USA (MIUSA). Learn more about it and ECA's Lives Without Limits campaign.

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03.12.2013

2013: On the Move’s key guides, reports and documents

Throughout 2013, On the Move has been co-producing or updating guides and toolkits to help artists and cultural professionals to better identify funding and/or information resources to support their mobility. (Re)-discover them!

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16.11.2013

Young Arab Theatre Fund (YATF) - Calls for production and touring

The Young Arab Theatre Fund (YATF) is an international organization designed to serve independent young artists living and working in the Arab World. The long term goal of YATF is to encourage the sustainability of the independent artistic scene in the Arab World and to nurture and sustain its development. Deadlines: three fixed deadlines per year, on the 1st of January, 1st of May and 1st of September.

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14.11.2013

For the explicit inclusion of Culture in the Post-2015 Development Agenda - a joint document (CAE, IFACCA, UCLG and IFCCD)

This document recalls the process that has led to the increasing recognition of a cultural dimension as a key factor for development. It also highlights that, as a culmination of this journey, now is the time to give culture the prominence it deserves both because it is essential to meet the challenges posed by today’s difficult situation and because global cultural actors, which are able to connect to local and national communities, are now ready to work in this direction.

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