Asia house, the leading pan-Asian organisation in the UK, exists to build dynamic links with Asia, important now more than ever. There are currently two job openings. Deadline on 26 June!
DV8 Physical Theatre and Crying Out Loud have formed a cross-artform consortium to increase both companies’ fundraising capacities, and are now recruiting an experienced fundraising manager. Deadline: 2 July.
The European Commission Representation in the UK is offering project co-funding for cultural activities to promote awareness of key communication themes set by the European Commission - including artists' mobility. The call is designed to provide partial financing in the form of grants for cultural events organised by UK based operators or organisations. Deadline: 5 July.
The New Europe Festival will present contemporary dance and dance theatre performances over the course of five festive evenings. Selected artists up to 35 years of age will present two choreographies at the festival and will compete for the Jarmila Jeřábková Award. The organizer will reimburse the travel and accommodation expenses of one choreographer and one dancer of each chosen project. Deadline: 28 June.
An opportunity for a 3-year contract, full-time position in Sydney, working for the Australian Council for the Arts. Deadline for applications: 1 July.
Goten Publishing House in cooperation with the TRADUKI network invite writers and translators from Southeast Europe (Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosna and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Romania) to apply for writers-in-residence program «Absolute Modern», in Skopje, Macedonia. Travel costs covered (among others). Deadline: 15 july.
Anna Lindh Foundation (Alexandria, Egypt) seeks to appoint program officers, assistants and a communication assistant during the period from 15 July – 15 August 2013. Deadline for applications: 30 June.
Rejmyre Art LAB is pleased to announce a call for applications for a two-year residency program, beginning with an initial research visit in 2013 and culminating with a follow-up residency and public project in 2014. Travel costs among others are covered. Deadline: 20 June.
LOJIQ—Les Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec (www.lojiq.org), the international mobility branch of the Government of Québec, invites 3 young Latin American artists to take part to the 5th edition of the Festival LatinArte in Montreal (27 September - 5 October 2013). Travel costs and others are covered. Deadline: 17 June.
International choreographers who are currently at the beginning of the careers, but have already produced some choreographic work of their own, are invited to apply for an 8-monthr residency in Hamburg (Germany). Travel costs - and others - paid. Deadline: 5 August.
The Goethe-Institut announces a Call for Applications for a Teaching Residency project in collaboration with Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts in Bangalore (India), starting from 1 September. Applications are invited from artists living and working in Germany and the Goethe-Institut will bear economy return airfare from Germany to Bangalore (other costs are paid as well). Deadline: 21 June.
The Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon – 2013 calls for projects that contribute to the promotion of dialogue and exchange between cultures and civilisations and the rapprochement between peoples through cultural and artistic exchanges. Deadline on 5 August!
The Residency programme has been conceived as a long-term collaboration between the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore and various innovative and contemporary art/cultural spaces in Bangalore, with a view to offering German aspirants a space conducive to creative output and the opportunity to work with Indian artists/experts, in the challenging context of Asia's fastest-growing metropolis. Deadline on 21 June!
The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) and ENCATC, the leading European network on Arts and Cultural Management and Cultural Policy education, have jointly launched a call for applications for the 7th Young Cultural Policy Researchers (YCPR) Forum. Deadline on 7 June!
The eight networks member of the Civil Society Contact Group (CSCG) are organising the first ever Citizens' Summit taking place in Brussels on 24-25 June. The Citizens' Summit is organised by a cross-sectoral coalition of NGO actors, to bring together for the first time professionals, practitioners and activists from across the different sectors. Participation is free but places are limited - register online as soon as possible!