Art, Public & Intercultural Dialogue is a 5-day long fully EU subsidised course designed for art and education professionals. In 2013 Art, Public & Intercultural Dialogue will run in Berlin from 30 September - 4 October, 2013. Professionals working in institutions involved in art adult and secondary education, in the EU (and other eligible countries except Germany) will have their full cost of participation subsidised by the Gruntdtvig mobility grant. Applications due by 30 April.
This program supports the ceramic and glass artists from all over the world in order to exchange ideas with local artists, which will bring new different perspectives to Seto City (Japan) with more than 1000 years ceramic history. Travel costs to and from Japan covered, among others. Deadline: 20 April.
KAMS and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism initiate a new visual arts program for Korean curators. This program is aimed at supporting global professional curators' capaicty building by offering support to research trips, organizing an international conference and sponsoring overseas conference visits and funding the operation of visual arts programs.
studios das weisse haus offers artist in residence studios for international artists who work and/or have academic experience in the fields of fine arts, photography, visual and media art. The call is open for a 3-month residency in the period May-August 2013. A contribution to travel costs is offered. Deadline: 5 April.
The Harpo foundation considers proposals that directly support the production of new work by visual artists and/or collaborative teams who are under recognized by the field. This production may happen in the context of an installation, public intervention, residency, or exhibition. U.S. citizens are eligible for support. Deadline for the letter of enquiry: 5 April.
A unique opportunity to undertake practice-based research within eva International Biennial of Visual Art, the Scholarship allows to undertake a 2-year MA by Practice-Based Research through Limerick School of Art and Design and covers also travel costs. Deadline: 22 April.
On 21 April, REX (Belgrade, Serbia) will hold a debate on how the public opinion and the institutions treat migrants who pass through Serbia to join Western Europe. For this occasion, REX is looking for activists or artists interested in this topic to participate as an external eye in the debate. Deadline on 3 April!
The IAWA Center invites architects, scholars, professionals, students, and researchers to honor IAWA founder Milka Bliznakov through research on women in architecture and related design fields. Deadline for submissions: 1 May 2013!
The Artraker Fund celebrates and awards new ideas and art works that make a direct positive change in countries which have experienced social upheaval and violent conflict. The winner will be invited in London for a special ceremony in September 2013. Deadline on 1 May!
The Hannah Maclure Centre (HMC) in Scotland is working in collaboration with Yuck 'n Yum to offer an artist the opportunity to undertake a residency with a science twist. Deadline on 19 April!
Res Artis is looking for interns who are interested in supporting our mission. We currently offer two internship positions for persons based in Amsterdam. Challenge yourself and become part of our team to assisst us in all our activities, from research, international project development, marketing, and communication in the world of residencies. We are also looking for translators. Preferred starting date of the internship: April 1st, 2013.
There are currently vacancies for two interns at Culture Action Europe‘s office in Brussels: Culture Action Europe is looking for a communications intern and for a web design intern. In both cases the deadline is 10 April.
Ongoing artistic, theoretical or applied research projects that include collaborative processes with other fields are invited to apply for the Spring Sessions at Hangar art production and research center in Barcelona. The Spring Sessions provide the opportunity to an artist to invite a professional from another discipline to work together in the development of part of a larger research project within the framework of a one month residency in Hangar. One participant will be based in Barcelona and the other somewhere else. Support to travel costs provided. Deadline: 21 April.
A unique opportunity for visual artists to create aesthetic interventions in the public space of the border district between Denmark and Germany. Travel expenses partly supported by the organisers. Deadline: 2 April.
The Residency is open to visual artists of all mediums, art writers, critics, poets, and creative writers, 24 years or older. Recent graduates are especially encouraged to apply. The program provides the recipient with lodging for 2 months in an apartment, travel to and from Paris, and a stipend. Deadline: 31 March.