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Arab artists of all genres, cultural players, members of a cultural initiative or organization, residents in the Arab region will be eligible to apply for any activity as long as they provide clear objectives, justification, work plan and outcomes, and have secured a confirmed partner and travel is to a country outside the Arab region. Deadline: 20 October.
Europeana is looking for individual research projects which make use of Europeana Collections for research purposes: employing state of the art tools and methods in the Digital Humanities to address a specific research question. Deadline: 14 October.
Europeana is calling all developers, designers, makers, artists, educators and cultural heritage digital thinkers! They are offering a share of €20.000 for the best idea(s) of how to creatively re-use Europeana and Europeana Fashion’s openly licensed fashion content in a digital product, service or business. Deadline: 31 October.
Choreographers must be 35 or younger. The competition is open to any kind of style. Evaluation is based exclusively on imaginative use of space and time, the realisation of an idea, and its transfer onto the performers. The duration of the performance, have to be between 5 and 12 minutes. A solo-ballet may not be interpreted by the choreographer him/herself. Deadline: 22 April 2017.
SouthMed CV is looking to support innovative, creative and outstanding cultural and artistic projects focusing on the role of culture in a diversity of contexts carried out in cooperation with other stakeholders. Projects should aim at having an impact on public space, and at strengthening the networking, managerial and institutional capacities of cultural operators and artistic organisations in the Southern Mediterranean (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia). Deadline: 24 October.
apexart’s Unsolicited Exhibition Programme (UEP) is a month-long open call for focused, idea-driven, original group exhibitions, to be presented at apexart’s New York City location as part of the season program. Curators, artists, writers, and creative individuals, regardless of experience level, background, or location, are invited to submit their ideas online. Deadline: 31 October (from 1 October).
The announcement is open to artists up to the age of 40, debutants and art students from the areas of painting, sculpturing, photography, installation, video, media art, and new media. The goal is to support artists to implement new projects. Each candidate is presented with its own online gallery on the website www.artward.de. Deadline: 30 October.
International presenters (festivals, venues, networks) can apply if they seek to program Korean artists/groups. Deadline: 30 November.
Winning cartoons will be chosen for their high professional standards in art, political analysis of events, projection of events to come, humor, while also reflecting the spirit and principles of the U.N. Deadline: 15 November.
The Carmignac Foundation launched the Carmignac Photojournalism Award in 2009 with the aim of supporting and celebrating photojournalism. This unique Award funds an emerging photographer to visit areas of the world at the centre of geostrategic conflicts, where human rights and freedom of speech are often violated. The 8th edition of the Carmignac photojournalism Award is devoted to modern day slavery and its incidence amongst women. Deadline: 16 October.
The organisers are looking for a project-based collaboration (the realisation of one project or one concrete proposal) or an intensive, long-term collaboration (the realisation of a programme component or project spread over a maximum of 3 years). The submitted projects can be very diverse: the organisers welcome proposals for exhibitions, creations, public programmes, workshops, lecture series, debates, research, film screenings, performances, publications, reflective works, discursive projects, or completely new formats. Deadline: 14 October.
The Roma Initiatives Office invites Roma and pro-Roma organisations, and nonformal groups, networks, or individuals from Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Spain to submit projects for support. This call is open on an on-going basis.
The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Programme aims to support practitioners to utilise Asia Art Archive’s (AAA) extensive collection of primary source documents and develop new, in-depth historical research projects on topics relating to contemporary Chinese art. Deadline: 19 November.
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.
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.