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As the Head of Arts and Partnership you would be responsible for building partnerships with other organisations to deliver cultural and creative projects, building collaboration between Australia and the UK. You will be responsible for building a strong programme of artistic and creative work which will increase our profile and impact in Australia. Deadline: 8 September.
ANCER Research Camp, Singapore > Call for presentations on Collective Creative Practices in Southeast Asia
The main intention of the research camp is to fill the gap in knowledge and share practices about creative collective practices from the region. The camp aims to provide an opportunity for participants to be involved in a platform specifically initiated for critical thinking, sharing and discussion about the perspectives, visions, challenges and strategies for collectivity, within the excellent art and design education environment of the LASALLE College. Deadline: 16 September.
Arts Council Malta is looking for external evaluators to form part of independent evaluation boards that assess submitted proposals for the various funding programmes managed by the Council. This list of selected evaluators will be valid until 31st December 2018. This is a rolling call with no deadlines.
This is an open call for artists, critical writers, activists, and poets to present their work, share their ideas or develop their projects around re-imagining Europe and basic questions of decision-making. Re-image, re-invent or re-envision Europe! The organisers are looking for: utopias, dystopias, imaginative cartographies, speculative political visions/theories, future Europes, past/present Europes reimagined, imaginary/real borders, etc. Deadline: 10 September.
The EU-Eastern Partnership Programme is looking for experienced expert to conduct a series of workshops on cultural journalism between September 2016 - March 2017. Deadline: 5 September.
The EU-Eastern Partnership Programme is looking for an experienced expert to prepare a Report on Developing Performing Arts Sector in Georgia. Deadline: 1 September.
Freemuse – a civil society organisation defending artistic freedom – is seeking a dynamic, curious, creative and analytical Student Assistant, who will be an integral part of Freemuse’s Actions and Campaigns Programme and Advocacy Programme. The ideal candidate will have a passion for freedom of expression and the arts, strong research skills, good understanding of international developments and the ability to work independently and proactively. Deadline: 7 September.
You are preferably a native English speaker Communications Officer who has worked before for an international organisation. You live in the Netherlands, you are EU citizen or have a valid residence and work permit for the Netherlands. You are used to tailoring different content (photo, video, data) for a variety of audiences, especially online, you have experience with setting up and managing websites, social media accounts. You have experience with HTML, WordPress, and Photoshop. Deadline: 4 September.
Antarctic Biennale_Calls is an international competition that enables young artists to participate in the expedition as part of the 1st Antarctic Biennale. Participants of the contest shall create a unique art object representing their own vision of Antarctica. Artists, who are 18-35 years old as of May 01, 2017 and work in any field of art (including installation, performance, video, and sound art) can apply. Deadline: 3 October.
Artists that are interested to incorporate washi paper in their production: photography, sculpture, printmaking, painting, mixed-media, etc. are eligible to apply. Deadline: 31 August.
To mark the 15th anniversary of the Asia-Pacific Traditional Arts Festival, the National Center for Traditional Arts is holding an open call for an inaugural residency programme for both Taiwanese and foreign nationals who interested in the art of puppetry. Deadline: 30 August.
The British Council Theatre and Dance department is an associate member of IETM and is offering 6 bursaries to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) producers or artists keen to start developing their connections internationally during the next IETM meeting in Valencia, Spain (3-6 November). Deadline: 12 September.
Artists whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of artistic practice and teaching are eligible. Applicants should be early career poets, novelists, choreographers, playwrights, designers, performers, directors, filmmakers, composers, and performance artists–this list is not meant to be exhaustive–who would find it beneficial to spend two years teaching and working in an artistically vibrant university community. Non-US citizens are welcome to apply. Deadline: 19 September.
The British Council and the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) are seeking a Grant Expert/Project Manager with significant experience in the setting up, managing and monitoring of grant-funded projects, particularly in civil society reinforcement, as well as professional experience in the Arab world – ideally Tunisia. Deadline: 2 September.
The residence is open to all professional artists working in the field of visual arts, music, literature, theatre or cinema, with no distinction made on the basis of age or nationality. Researchers and scientists are also welcome. Deadline: 31 August.