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10.10.2013

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation > International Visual Arts Program (Portugal)

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation grants support to exhibition projects (solo or group exhibitions) by Portuguese artists abroad. Four deadlines a year: during the last week of the months of January, April, July and October.

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01.10.2013

Dora Maar House (France) - Fellowships for residencies

Outstanding mid-career professionals in the arts and humanities are encouraged to apply for residencies from the Brown Foundation Fellows Program at the Dora Maar House. Yearly deadlines: 15 October and 15 February.

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30.09.2013

Visegrad fund - Small grants

With the excep­tion of cross-border projects, enti­ties from at least three Visegrad Group (V4) coun­tries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) must be involved (e.g. a V4 orga­nizer and at least two V4 part­ners). Cultural cooperation is one of the sector financed under the small grants' scheme. Annual dead­lines: March 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1.

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06.08.2013

Bureau International Jeunesse (BIJ) - Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles: Programme de mobilité Artichok

The mobility programme "Artichock" has been designed to support the international mobility of young artists from the Wallonia-Brussels region who are not yet professionally recognised. Ongoing applications (at least 6 weeks before the start of the mobility experience). Information in French only.

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02.08.2013

Kompas1 : Tools of navigation for touring and co-producing theatres in Denmark and Sweden

Kompas1 provides practical tools for theatre touring and co-productions in the Øresund Region. This site has organised information about tours and co-productions in Denmark and Sweden with the hope of strengthening cultural cooperation and exchange within the region.

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17.07.2013

British Council report: Influence and Attraction: Culture and the Race for Soft Power in the 21st Century

A new report report from the British Council investigates how and why ‘soft power’ is becoming more important in international relations – and why countries such as China, Korea and Brazil are making huge investments in it.

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15.07.2013

Société Suisse des Auteurs/ Soutien à la promotion internationale

In order to promote the works of the authors members of the Société Suisse des Auteurs (SSA) and extend their international reputation, the SSA cultural fund collaborates with CORODIS to allocate grants to SSA authors for the international promotion of performances. Information in French.

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03.07.2013

British Council : Shorts Support Scheme Travel Grant Fund

The British Council Shorts Support Scheme Travel Grant Fund is the best way for UK residents to help exhibit their short film overseas. Conditions apply. Applications can be done anytime of the year.

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25.06.2013

Danish Agency for Culture: Information on grants for international artists and art institutions wishing to collaborate with Danish artists and art institutions

www.danisharts.dk is the English version of the Danish website www.kunst.dk, which is The Danish Agency for Culture's site for art funding and art grants. This site is designed for international artists, arts organisations and international cultural administrative bodies interested in collaborating with individuals or institutions within the Danish arts system.

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11.06.2013

A call for solidarity from ITI Egypt

The founding members of the Egyptian Centre of the International Theatre Institute, have been witnessing with increasing alarm the vicious onslaught against the defining foundations of Egyptian culture, with theatre and the performing arts at the forefront. The International Theatre Institute calls for actions and solidarity!

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03.06.2013

Allez culture! Support the Europeana project

Europeana is now being asked to put the case for funding. Support the free share of information in Europe and the world by supporting the AllezCulture campaign!

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30.05.2013

Platform meeting of Asian and European cultural mobility funders, Prague- Czech Republic, 5-6 June 2013

Over 35 organisations and institutions from Asia and Europe gathered in Prague, Czech Republic in early June for the first ever meeting of mobility funders from Asia and Europe, organised by the Czech Arts and Theatre Institute, Kelola Foundation (Indonesia) and On the Move with the support of the Creative Encounters programme of ASEF – Asia-Europe Foundation and Arts Network Asia. REad the results of the event and see who was there!

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02.05.2013

Institut français: Programmes de soutien

Différents types de programmes sont répertoriés dans ce lien dont les programmes de résidences internationales de l’Institut français, le dispositif de programmation de l'IF ou les appels dans le cadre des conventions de l'IF avec des collectivités territoriales. Les dates de dépôts des dossiers dépendent des programmes.

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25.04.2013

La mobilité des artistes et les visas Schengen : recommandations pour la Commission Européenne (Direction Générale des Affaires intérieures) et les Etats membres de l'Union Européenne concernés

2013 est une année clef: la Commission européenne (Direction générale des affaires intérieures) va réviser le code des "visas Schengen" et dans ce but a mis en ligne une consultation publique pour améliorer les procédures d'obtention  des visas "Schengen" de courte durée. Ce moment est donc stratégique pour le secteur culturel en Europe et au delà pour faire entendre la voix du secteur et pour faire connaître aux responsables de politiques publiques européens les besoins spécifiques des artistes en mobilité eu égard aux visas Schengen. Voyez ce que vous pouvez faire dès MAINTENANT!

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25.04.2013

Artists' mobility and Schengen visas: recommendations to the European Commission/DG Home and concerned EU Member States

2013 is a strategic year: the European Commission - DG Home Affairs is revising the EU visa code and has opened a public online consultation to improve the procedures for obtaining short-stay "Schengen" visas. Therefore this is a unique strategic moment for the cultural sector in Europe and beyond to make its voice heard and let the EU policy-makers know about the specific needs of mobile artists as regards Schengen visas. Here's what you can do NOW.

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