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Artists whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of artistic practice and teaching are eligible. Applicants should be early career poets, novelists, choreographers, playwrights, designers, performers, directors, filmmakers, composers, and performance artists–this list is not meant to be exhaustive–who would find it beneficial to spend two years teaching and working in an artistically vibrant university community. Non-US citizens are welcome to apply. Deadline: 19 September.
HOOKED > First international, open-call gallery exhibition and event programme at Science Gallery London (UK)
HOOKED is the first international, open-call gallery exhibition and event programme at Science Gallery London, opening in 2018 on the Guy’s Campus at London Bridge. It explores the neuroscience, psychology, medical and social aspects of addiction and recovery. The organisers are especially looking for projects by artists, scientists, local residents and innovators that match Science Gallery’s three core aims: to Connect, Participate, and Surprise. Deadline: 16 October.
Each fellow will work with CORRECTIV in the newsroom on one of its investigation to transfer it into a graphic novel. After the end of the fellowship CORRECTIV will publish the novel as a book as part of its publishing activities – and they will publish it on CORRECTIV website, so that everybody can have access to the work. Deadline: 31 August.
The Sustainable Arts Foundation is a non-profit foundation supporting artists and writers with families. Their mission is to provide financial awards to parents pursuing creative work. The foundation offers awards in two major categories: visual arts and writing. Deadline: 2 September.
It can be difficult for writers, before they become established, to write while simultaneously earning a living. To help meet this need the MMF awards annually a small number of Morland Writing Scholarships, with the aim being to allow each Scholar the time to produce the first draft of a completed book. The Scholarships are open to anyone writing in the English language who was born in Africa or both of whose parents were born in Africa. Deadline: 31 October.
Applications to the 2nd Edition Of Warsaw Zawirowania Dance International Choreographic Competition may be sent by: Choreographers with documented artistic achievements or dancers 18 or older holding a relevant diploma or Organisations/institutions which represent a choreographer 18 or older with documented artistic achievements. Deadline: 30 September.
Roberto Cimetta Fund: Open CALL // دعوة مفتوحة //APPEL à Candidature TAMTEEN Grants - منح تمتين - Fonds TAMTEEN
Dans le cadre plus général de la mobilité internationale des artistes et des opérateurs culturels, le Fonds Roberto Cimetta propose une ligne de financement de soutien à la structuration intitulé "Tamteen". / In the context of international mobility and exchange of artists and cultural operators, the Roberto Cimetta Fund is running a funding line "Tamteen" to support strengthening and sustainability of organisations and projects. 30/9.
Call for application: artwork needed for the new lighting of La Tôlerie - Contemporary art space in Clermont-Ferrand (France)
An artist will be selected to conceive and implement the new lighting of La Tôlerie - Contemporary art space in Clermont-Ferrand. This lighting will be thought as a piece of art per se, as well as a permanent and functional system aimed to light the various upcoming programs that will occur between 2017 and 2020 (Exhibitions, performances, lectures, concerts and so on). The artist will remain the owner of his/her artwork but will agree to leave it to the venue for the duration of three years. Deadline: 15 September.
Call for Films 2017: FIPA - International Festival for Audiovisual programmes - Young creation video cinema programme
The prizes will be attributed to one of the New Talent selection movies (FIPA selection and Pépinières’ selection) during the festival closing ceremony on January 29th 2017. The Mitrani prize honoring the memory of its founder will award an artwork that distinguishes itself by its spirit of resistance, the singularity of its style or its innovative approach. The Erasmus + Agency’s special prize will reward a movie that reflects the Erasmus generation and highlights european values. Deadline: 21 October.
AFAC is now accepting applications in the categories of Music, Research/Training/Regional Events - RTR and Cinema as part of its 2016 general grants programme. Deadlines: 1 August for cinema and 1 September for music, Research/Training/Regional Events.
The Jazzi Cultural Association is promoting this competition in order to discover ideas for the valorisation and narration of the environmental, material and intangible heritage of the Licusati (Camerota) area, located west of Mount Bulgheria and within the Cilento National Park and the Vallo di Diano (Salerno, Italy). It aims to encourage a new way of experiencing nature, through living it as a place for life and relationships, and creating a physical and virtual space that uses hospitality to initiate a strategy for development. Deadline: 11 October.
The winning idea will re-appropriate city infrastructure, make use of creative technologies and make our cities more liveable, hopeful and collaborative spaces. It will be prototyped and publicly tested in Bristol, UK, with a view to an international tour. The organisers are looking for artists, designers, architects, urbanists, interaction designers, technologists and creative practitioners from anywhere in the world, who can demonstrate a history of delivering high quality, innovative ideas and projects. Deadline: 31 August.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s competition, called 100&Change, is open to organisations working in any field of endeavor anywhere. Applicants must identify both the problem they are trying to solve, as well as their proposed solution. Competitive proposals will be meaningful, verifiable, durable, and feasible. Deadline: 2 September.
Nemo, Digital Arts International Biennial - Paris/Île-de-France (France) > Call for projects: "Chance, accident or serendipity ?"
Nemo is an event for the general public designed to foster the visibility of digital art works supported by Arcadi Île-de-France. Through the biennial, Arcadi also wants to bring together exploratory types of music (electronic, contemporary, noise, improvised, etc.), contemporary digital art and technology-based live performance. Deadline: 4 November.
The Ministry of Culture has established the Rainbow Initiative to encourage local and foreign organisations to combine their professional expertise from a wide range of cultural fields and join forces on transnational and multi-disciplinary cultural projects that will promote creativity and diversity; strengthen international and regional networking; showcase the fruits of their collaboration; and demonstrate the benefits of resource-sharing networks and cross-cultural partnerships. Deadline: 30 September.