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Produktionszentrum Tanz + Performance is collaborating with Akademie Schloss Solitude to award a residency fellowship to contemporary dancers and performers for the first time. By inviting artists from all over the world to apply, the participating institutions seek to improve networking and collaboration in Stuttgart’s freelance dance scene, and to facilitate work on choreographic practice. Deadline: 22 November 2019.
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), through its Mobility First! travel grant, with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is launching a special open call that prioritises the mobility support of artists and cultural professionals from Bangladesh, Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Lao PDR, and Vietnam. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
The Center for Contemporary Arts is publishing an open call for collaboration within the AIR CELEIA 2020 programme. The selected artist will be offered a two-month stay in the Center’s residential flat, located in the city centre of Celje, in the immediate vicinity of the Center for Contemporary Arts and the local art district. Deadline: 1 January 2020.
Freemuse is an international human rights organisation defending artistic freedom. Freemuse has UNECOSOC consultative status and is generally regarded by the UN, international organisations and partners as the world’s leading NGO in the field of freedom of artistic expression and creativity. The Project Manager will be responsible for the effective day-to-day management of Freemuse’s Artistic Freedom in Europe project, including developing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting. They will be responsible for the delivery of programme intended results, and ensure the smooth management of work plans, budgets, reporting, and external partnerships. Deadline: 17 November 2019.
Arts and Disability Ireland and The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office of VSA and Accessibility are proud to announce a call for proposals for a unique European Summit titled From Access to Inclusion 2020 taking place from 11th -14th May in Dublin, Ireland. ADI ask that proposals focus on themes such as; access services and programmes; aesthetically accessible performances, exhibits and/or visitor experiences; education, outreach and public engagement; organisational buy-in and planning; technology; and universal design.Deadline: 12 November 2019.
CONTESTED DESIRES is a transnational capacity building programme for artists and producers engaging with communities and heritage spaces. With a focus on exchange and learning, the programme will offer unique opportunities for artists and communities to explore our shared heritage through research, workshops, residencies and exhibitions. Working in the UK, Portugal, Cyprus, Spain, and Barbados CONTESTED DESIRES will dig deep to explore, and reveal the links between our shared colonial history and our cultural identities today – from the diverse perspectives of those working across Europe and in the Caribbean. Deadline: 18 November 2019.
VIVANT is an exceptional cultural event taking place in Marseille (France) between March and October 2020 in conjunction with the IUCN World Conservation Congress, to raise awareness and rally political action on biodiversity issues. As an artist, organisation or collective, you can participate in VIVANT by promoting your own event for free. Exhibitions, installations, meetings, performances, performances, screenings, concerts, readings, participatory workshops, competitions or any other cultural events that address biodiversity in an inspiring way will benefit from the visibility and impact of this shared platform. Proposed projects can take place anytime between 1st March and 31st October 2020.
MACAAL , in partnership with A Million Dots, launch the first program to source and strengthen cultural agents - of up to 35 years old - from the contemporary art world in Africa. MACAAL Bootcamp is an intensive 4-day session to assess and challenge oneself and get empowered by professionals and mentors. Each bootcamp participant will be able to think of themselves as part of a professional ecosystem and find their strengths and needs through a series of workshops and masterclasses on core skills. Deadline: 18 November 2019.
Eleven city theatres and festivals from the Brittany region (France) have come together with the wish to meet with the diversity of professional realities in the field of culture on a European scale. Single or multidisciplinary scenes, these cultural actors share the values of artistic dissemination focused on contemporary creation, and a particular attention towards awareness and training of different audiences. Come and see / Go and see is imagined as a two-way staff-exchange between Brittany and European based cultural actors. Deadline: 25 January 2020.
Caravan’s next Development Manager will be a resourceful individual who is comfortable thinking creatively, solving problems and exploring new and different ways of working. With a track record of securing European funding, managing projects and leading and listening to people from all around the World. They will also have experience of working in a social/community/education context and an enthusiasm for circus as a tool for improving outcomes for children, young people and communities. Deadline: 17 November 2019.
JUMP – the European Music Market Accelerator provides a framework for music professionals to develop innovative business models. Applications are open for two programmes – Jump Start (to develop/structure and idea) and Jump Boost (to strengthen an existing project). Deadline: 24 November 2019.
The Henrike Grohs Art Award is a roving biennial art prize conceived by the Goethe-Institut and the Grohs family in memory of the former Head of Goethe-Institut in Abidjan, Henrike Grohs. It is awarded biennially to an artist or arts collective living and working on the African continent, and practicing in the field of visual arts. Deadline: 15 November 2019.
This programme is aimed at foreign artists, researchers and cultural professionals who aren't living in France and who want to develop projects within French cultural centres located at heritage sites. Deadline: 15 December 2019.
Tinos Art Gathering invites participants from all disciplines in the arts and sciences to apply to the thematic series ‘Four (plus one) elements’, implemented through four distinct 15-day residency programmes (fire, water, air, earth) until the fall of 2020. First deadline: 15 November 2019.
The DeVos Institute Fellowship is designed for individuals who have dedicated themselves to management, rather than artistic leadership, supporting leaders in positions of decision-making authority in developing, implementing, and refining organisational strategies over a three-year, cohort-based engagement. The next cohort runs 2020-2022. Deadline: 15 November 2019.