01.08.2018

Nordic-Baltic Festival Platform > Call for Nordic-Baltic Collaborative Arts Projects and Fellowship programme

Call for Nordic-Baltic Collaborative Arts Projects

In June 2018, the NBFP launched its 4th Call for Collaborative Projects. The Platform has opened an additional call. The NBFP Working Group will carefully read and consider all the applications and as a result choose 3 additional ideas, winners, who will present their projects at the NordicBaltic Festival Platform Conference on 22-24 October in Gdansk, Poland. The Conference will be the perfect place to network and find more partners from other Nordic-Baltic festival representatives and arts professionals.

Applying is open for all arts & culture festivals, but similarly for (individual) artists already collaborating with or wishing to collaborate with festivals in the Nordic and Baltic Sea Region (Denmark (incl. Greenland and the Faroe Islands), Estonia, Finland (including the Åland Islands), Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden).

Deadline: 16 August 2018

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Fellowship programme

The NordicBaltic Festival Platform is happy to announce its first ever fellowship programme. The pilot programme will engage 10 emerging festival leaders from across the Nordic-Baltic region. The fellows will attend two 2-day sessions, with the first one taking place right before the annual NordicBaltic Festival Platform Conference (22-24 October 2018) in Gdansk, Poland (also included in the programme) and the second one in February in St Petersburg, Russia (including a networking event with Russian festivals).

Country conditions:

Residents of one of the following Nordic-Baltic countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Poland, Russia, Åland Islands (FI), The Faroe Islands (DK) and Greenland (DK)

The programme is free of charge and all costs are covered for the participants.

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