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).
Creative Responses to Sustainability is part of a new ASEF series of guides looking at creative responses to sustainability in different countries in Asia.The guides, commissioned by ASEF culture360 and authored by Yasmine Ostendorf, map cultural initiatives across Singapore and South Korea engaging with social and environmental issues.
Etude sur les formations culturelles dans les pays ACP / Study on cultural training in the ACP countries
L’étude sur les formations culturelles ACP fournit une analyse comparative sur la disponibilité et l’accessibilité des formations en gestion culturelle et entreprenariat culturel dans les pays ACP. The study into ACP cultural training courses provides a comparative analysis on the availability and accessibility of cultural management and cultural entrepreneurship training programmes in ACP countries
The Fellowship is awarded for outstanding papers published in the area of Turkish cultural and social studies, as well as to support the participation of scholars in leading conferences in this subject area. Ongoing deadline.
IETM, international network for the performing arts, shares its new publication Art for the Planet’s Sake that looks at how contemporary arts tackle environmental issues in terms of artistic contents, managerial practices and venues management. A publication in partnership with COAL, Coalition for Arts and Sustainable Development, Paris. La publication: L'art pour le bien de la planète est également disponible en français.
Creative and Cultural Industries: Unlocking the EU-US Potential > Residency programme at the Chapman University (USA)
Chapman University's Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (WCAHSS) in conjunction with the European Union (EU) is coordinating a two-year initiative to promote awareness of European Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) through a series of residency programmes and conferences. At this time there are two residency slots left to be filled. The organisers are not limiting the subjects however, artist may apply still for all three categories, either Public Art, Screen Media or Cultural Memories.
In 2014, EUROCITIES was chosen by the European Commission to lead a brand new initiative called ‘Culture for cities and regions’. They are implementing it in partnership with KEA European Affairs and ERRIN (European Regions Research and Innovation Network). The project runs from January 2015 to September 2017 and includes the production of 70 case studies.
This website gives theatre professionals practical advice on producing a stage play and taking a show on the road. The toolkit includes budget examples, sample contracts, tips for distribution of duties and other essential production tools. Main target groups: production managers, producers, directors.
First Global Report - Evaluating the Impact of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
Since the adoption of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, the world’s cultural landscape has changed considerably. Presented at UNESCO on 16 December 2015, the Report Re|Shaping Cultural Policies explores these changes and the policy impact of the Convention. One section of the report is entitled 'Minding the gaps: promoting mobility'.
touring artists, the information portal for artists and cultural professionals working internationally, published a new piece of information on the topic ‘residencies‘. The information for Germany-based artists searching a residency abroad and for artists abroad looking for an opportunity in Germany was collected by On the Move, in collaboration with DutchCulture I TransArtists.
The Contribution of Art and Culture in Peace and Reconciliation Processes in Asia - A literature review and case studies from Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
Publication: Mobility and Touring in Central Africa / La mobilité et les tournées en Afrique centrale
AMA/Art Moves Africa is thrilled to announce the release of "Mobility and Touring in Central Africa," its third publication on mobility and touring in Africa. AMA / Art Moves Africa a le plaisir de présenter "La mobilité et les tournées en Afrique centrale," notre troisième publication sur la mobilité et les tournées en Afrique.
The 2015 report was compiled from a survey sent out to 195 countries which focused on four significant contemporary issues, Digital technologies and the Internet, ease of travel for artists, social protection and freedom of expression.
Based on the 100 actions of Culture 21 Actions, the questionnaire is open to local governments, individuals and organisations (academics, activists, civil society, etc.) interested in self-evaluating to what extent an integrated vision of culture in sustainable development exists in their cities.
The present volume covers and reflects on several crucial issues that shape the contemporary age, and provides some new and fresh perspectives about the challenges of mobility.
AIR Array: Perspectives on Artist in Residence Programmes is a compilation of content developed during the event AIR ARRAY: Meeting of Artist in Residence Programmes and Mobility Workshop for Artists which was held at Matadero Madrid and Casa de Velázquez - Académie de France à Madrid in March 2015. The publication features summaries of activities which took place over the three days of the event as well as essays further exploring the key issues raised. (EN/ES)