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Davidoff Art Residency > Call for eligible Caribbean artists for the Beijing Residency at Red Gate 2015
Davidoff Art Residency positions in international residency programs worldwide are offered to emerging and mid-career contemporary visual artists from the Caribbean, with an emphasis on artists from the Dominican Republic. Deadline: 30 April.
Working in co-operation with the International Director and Programme Director, the Research and Projects Assistant will play a key role in identifying and securing new funding streams to build our programme, whilst overseeing the day to day management of the office and assisting on projects. Deadline: as soon as possible!
In order to encourage the creation and the diffusion of new electroacoustic works, Miso Music Portugal promotes the 16th International Electroacoustic Composition Competition MÚSICA VIVA 2015. Deadline: 15 April.
This is an open call to artists to take part in the Future Europe Festival, part of the Cultural Programme Netherlands Chair EU 2016. The Future Europe Festival is a one-off, major cultural festival featuring performing arts, visual arts, design and storytelling. Deadline: 3 May.
Music In Africa, a new pan-African music information portal, seeks a regional editor for English-speaking West Africa, based in Lagos, Nigeria. The successful candidate will be in charge of content development for the said region. Deadline: 10 April.
Visiting Arts is looking for its Culture Works Connections' Programme a training consultant and international trainers. Deadline: 10 April.
Invited artists shall be living, learning or working in the following cities: Breda (the Netherlands), the Department of La Vienne (France), Dresden (Germany), Grodno (Belarus), Hradec Kralove (Czech Republic), Kaunas (Lithuania), Lille (France), Lviv (Ukraine) and Wiesbaden (Germany). Deadline: 5 April.
The Curatorial Fellow will develop a programme of exhibitions and events across a fixed period of 18 months, building on our strong reputation for innovative and challenging work. For the last two decades, Cubitt has introduced emerging or overlooked artistic talent to a diverse audience; it has provided an important platform for artists working in the UK and for international artists to exhibit in London. Deadline: 14 April.
For the 8th Season, architects, designers, landscape gardeners and artists are invited to apply as multidisciplinary teams with a project of research on the bridge of Vassivière which connects the bank with an artificial island of 70 hectares, where you can find the Centre international d’art et du paysage and its residency program in the Castle, amongst other facilities. Deadline: 14 April.
Ideas are sought from all sources and sectors, and all types of organisations including for-profit, non-for-profit, or private companies. At the same time, newcomers and self-starters who want to explore social innovation are also invited to apply! Deadline: 8 May.
Rupert’s Residency Program is suited for local and international thinkers: artists, writers, curators, cultural managers, and academics, providing them with the opportunity to live and work in Vilnius while developing individual projects and immersing themselves in the region’s creative sphere. Deadline: 12 April.
SeMA Nanji Residency (SNR) is a Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) affiliate. Founded in 2006, SNR aims to support artists from around the world over various fields of the visual arts for their creative work. Located in the beautiful Worldcup Park along Seoul’s Han River, the tranquil environment inspires residents within the city boundary. Deadline: 5 April.
Arts Printing House offers a residency to professional international artists in Contemporary Performing Arts field: Contemporary Circus, Theatre, Dance. The Arts Printing House opens as well the residency opportunities to the Producers of performing arts: art directors, festival programmers or managers of the field. Deadline: 27 April.
The Programmes Coordinator will support Gasworks' Curator in the timely and efficient delivery and administration of the Exhibitions and Residencies programmes. Deadline: 20 April.
Crossing Borders and Dare to Dream are calling for one hour or feature length documentary projects for the international training initiative, Crossing Dreams. It will take place in Indonesia from the 1st-6th September 2015, where 20 selected participants from Southeast Asia (SEA) and 6 from Europe will meet to develop their projects with international professional support. Deadline for the European film-makers: 8 May and for the Southeast Asian film-makers: 30 June.