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Horizons « Arts-Nature » in Sancy, will take place between the 13th June and 27th September 2015. This is the ninth edition of a contemporary art event based on short-lived visual works of art specifically made for the Sancy massif (heart of the Massif Central in France). Deadline: 15 November.
The open call concerns three separate mobility funds: the RCF/Conseil Général des Bouches du Rhône Fund, a NEW funding line RCF/Ministry of Culture of Iraq Fund, and another NEW funding line RCF/Conseil Régional Ile-de-France Fund. Deadline: 30 September.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is inviting applications from Australian-based organisations to apply for funding to host current and future leaders and mid-career professionals from eligible developing countries for short-term study and professional development in Australia. Deadline: 10 September.
The Asian Cultural Council supports individuals and organisations within Asia or the United States in various arts and cultural disciplines. Deadline: 1 November.
The opportunity will involve documenting and creating a visual representation of creative events in Nairobi. The objectives of this exercise are to research, aggregate and disseminate concrete data that informs the description of Nairobi as a creative and cultural hub. D-line: 12 September.
Extra call for Creative Force applications for collaborative projects in Africa and Middle East/North Africa
This is an extra opportunity to submit funding applications for collaborative projects in the fields of culture and the media which aim to promote openness and democratic structures. The Creative Force programme is open to joint initiatives between organisations in Sweden, MENA and African countries. D-line: 15 September.
Every year, the Abbey welcomes in residencies, animated films directors who wish to work on writing productions (scenarios, graphic or musical researches, story-boards) on a personal, feature or short length project. D-line: 17 October.
HICP Helsinki International Curatorial Programme offers curatorial residencies in Helsinki for international curators of contemporary art. It is co-organised by HIAP Helsinki International Artist Programme and Frame Visual Art Finland. The open call opens on 10 September!
Artists from all disciplines are invited to submit a residency project. Méduse will select a proposal based on research, exploration and creation in contemporary art and will foster projects that get into multidisciplinary art practices. D-line: 12 September.
The British Council is looking for a small number of entrepreneurs, emergent leaders and innovators working in the Middle East* to take part in this new programme. Focus countries are: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria. D-line: 25 September.
Special attention is paid to projects, which enable long-term networks between the involved artists and project partners. Hence the Allianz Cultural Foundation only supports projects but no institutions. The Allianz Cultural Foundation focuses on particular regions within Europe. Aside from the countries of Central and South-eastern Europe the focal point of the next years lies on the Mediterranean area. D-line: 31 March 2015.
The Japan Foundation is now accepting project proposals for Performing Arts Japan (PAJ) touring and collaboration grants for the 2015 - 2016 fiscal year. Deadline: 27 October.
If you are a musician from Pakistan, India, or the United States between the ages of 19 and 40, and are interested in becoming a Dosti Music Project Fellow, apply by 12 September!
Mobile Academy is not a regular school, it is an intensive workshops concerning contemporary performing art within the rich European culture context. Two workshops are foreseen - deadlines on 1 and 3 September!
Freemuse seeks a full-time Programme Officer. Freemuse is an international organisation advocating and defending musicians’ and artists’ rights to freedom of expression. Freemuse works with artists, freedom of expression organisations, lawyers, cultural and artistic networks, international donors, international media, diplomats, the UN system and scholars. D-line: 14 September.