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For the current phase of our programme (2018 – 2020) Ant Mobility Funding has been separated into two distinct and more focused streams. The first is directed at individual artists and arts practitioners and the second to bands, performing arts companies, collectives, festivals and arts organisations generally. Activities and Projects should involve mobility between two or more of the following countries: Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Seychelles, Tanzania (including Zanzibar), Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Deadline: 30 November 2018.
The call for proposals for OPEN /// CONTEMPORARY [URBAN] CREATION 2019 is addressed to artists (individuals, companies or collectives) operating in the context of national and international contemporary creation. It aims at producing projects which create a dialogue with the urban space and its inhabitants, with the objective of encouraging productive and distributive opportunities through a collaboration between a series of Italian cultural organisations. Deadline: 10 December 2018.
Est-Nord-Est (ENE) is an artist-run centre the mandate of which is to provide an international community of artists and authors in contemporary art with support by offering space and time for research and experimentation, as well as privileged access to local resources and knowhow. The call is aimed primarily at European emerging professional artists aged up to 35 years evolving in the sectors of visual and media arts. Deadline: 1 December 2018.
On the Move together with Arquetopia, Foundation (Mexico) are very pleased to share the cultural mobility funding guide for Latin America and the Caribbean region, thanks to the support of the Ministry of Culture - France, for the translation in French. Check as well the presentation video by Artists In Residence TV.
In 2019, the festival INACT propose to artists to interrogate the Internet. Faced with the apparent accessibility of knowledge, the citizen is overwhelmed by contradictory information and caught in a vertigo before the immeasurability of their data. Paralyzed by this sudden profusion which promises universal knowledge and ultimate capacity, the citizen is distanced and manipulated by this new intelligence. The organisers are interested in real time, performance studies, sound art, video performance, poetry, re-inaction, improvisation, dance, culinary art, sound poetry, environment, document, cross-media, statement, urban intervention, augmented and virtual reality, virtual performances... Deadline: 30 November 2018.
The Artistic Director’s central responsibility is the formulation of transmediale’s artistic vision and its implementation on a content and structural level. The position requires the ability to critically examine topics at the intersection of art, technology, science, society, and politics as well as an experimental approach to the implementation of curatorial concepts. In order to anchor a diverse range of perspectives in the program and open up new scope for transmediale, a connection with marginalized communities is particularly welcomed. Deadline: 6 January 2019.
The evaluation seeks to 1) establish whether Freemuse is achieving what it set out to achieve in its three-year strategic plan (2016-2018) set against a rapidly changing global context and climate of freedom of artistic expression; and 2) determine whether Freemuse’s activities are and/or continue to be relevant, cost-effective, efficient and sustainable. Deadline: 23 November 2018.
UNESCO is looking for experts who have a proven knowledge/experience of the 2005 Convention, solid experience of carrying out technical assistance in developing countries, and professional experience in the field of cultural and creative industries relating to areas such as : institutional organization of creative sectors; development and implementation of overall policies, strategies, regulatory frameworks for the creative sectors; implementation of international cooperation projects; financing; developing and strengthening a specific sector (e.g., publishing, visual arts, film, music, copyright and related rights, etc.); data collection in the cultural and creative sectors. Deadline: 27 November 2018.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is involved in programme design, developing monitoring, reporting and risk management systems and tools. S/he builds capacity by providing training and guidance, and commissions and supervises monitoring reports, evaluations and reviews. S/he also conducts analysis, learning and reports on the EEA and Norway Grants. S/he reports to the Head of the Results and Evaluation Unit. Deadline: 25 November 2018.
PERSPEKTIVE est un fonds franco-allemand pour l’art contemporain et l’architecture initié par le Bureau des arts plastiques de l’Institut français d’Allemagne et l’Ambassade de France en Allemagne. PERSPEKTIVE s’adresse aux structures publiques et privées, notamment aux musées, centres d’art et d’architecture, Kunstvereine, galeries, agences d’architectures, espaces d’exposition indépendants, basés en Allemagne et en France. PERSPEKTIVE soutient des initiatives de rencontres favorisant l’échange des idées et des compétences : workshops, tables rondes, conférences, séminaires, laboratoires d’idées et de recherches, performeurs et expositions. Date limite : 1er décembre 2018.
ACCR (Association of Cultural Encounter Centres) > Odyssée artist-in-residency programme 2019 (France)
With the support of the French Ministry of Culture, the ACCR has been coordinating, the Odyssée artist-in-residency programme. The programme is aiming at artists, researchers and culture professionals from countries other than France wanting to develop projects within French Cultural Centers – Historic Monuments. The programme is aiming at artists, researchers and culture professionals coming from all countries other than France. Are encouraged applications from the following countries: Canada, especially Quebec; Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, Haiti; Sub-Saharan Africa especially Angola, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Nigeria, Uganda; Algeria, Afghanistan, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia as well as Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, India, Myanmar, Mongolia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh. Deadline: 17 December 2018.
The Director of US Fundraising and Strategic Partnerships is a newly created position that will be responsible for implementing, in close partnership with the Camargo Executive Director and Cassis based staff, the Business Development Plan’s major recommendations that: a) individual fundraising be significantly increased, and; b) institutional income be increased. The Director of US Fundraising and Strategic Partnerships will be employed for four days per week and be overseen by the Executive Director. They will work from their home office and be the only US based Camargo Foundation Staff member. Deadline: 30 November 2018.
Compass Live Art invites residency proposals from artists working in any medium whose practice is based in public engagement - artists who are interested in collaborating with the public to make work. Selected artists will be invited to Leeds in 2019 to develop ideas over 2-3 weeks in a mixture of studio time and public-facing activity. One residency will be for a UK-based artist and another will be for an international artist, made possible through support from Leeds 2023. For international artists, applications for projects that focus on children and young people will be given priority. Deadline: 30 November 2018.
MaTerre is a project by Matera European Capital of Culture 2019 co-produced by Rete Cinema Basilicata (the network of film professionals and companies in the region) and Matera-Basilicata2019 Foundation. The residence will be a real Euro-Mediterranean poetry film workshop whose artistic direction will be plural and interdisciplinary, ranging between the skills of cinema, poetry, law and anthropology. Deadline: 23 November 2018.
Fondé par Christine Phal sur un modèle d’organisme à but non lucratif qui réunit une association d’amis et le Fonds pour le dessin contemporain, le Drawing Lab est un centre d’art privé entièrement dédié à la promotion et à la diffusion du dessin contemporain. Cet appel à projet concerne exclusivement les duos commissaire d’exposition / artiste. Ne peuvent participer à cet appel à projet les artistes et commissaires d’exposition ayant moins de 25 ans. Pour les artistes étrangers souhaitant travailler en résidence à Paris, un partenariat avec la Cité Internationale peut être sollicité. Date limite: 26 janvier 2018.