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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 Firecracker Photographic Grant is an annual award providing funding for a female photographer to aid with the completion of a documentary photographic project. Applications are open to women photographers born or residing in Europe and submissions are judged by an independent panel of industry specialists from a cross section of disciplines and sectors, including picture editors, commissioners, art buyers and gallerists. Deadline: 31 July.
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.
Tate Liverpool is fully committed to challenging the ways in which art is presented to the public and how this can evolve through working in social contexts. To this end Tate Liverpool opens the call for collaborative socially engaged artist/s born in or resident in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Finland, Hungary or Germany, (partner countries within the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme). Deadline: 30 August.
The pioneering Future Generation Art Prize established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in 2009 is a worldwide contemporary art prize created to discover, recognise and give long-term support to a future generation of artists. Judged by a distinguished jury, The Prize aims to make a major contribution to the careers of younger artists involved in the dynamic cultural development of societies in transition, many of whom have found it difficult to get their voices heard. Deadline: 11 September.
The roving festival for digital and trans-disciplinary art and creativity, returns to the city center of The Hague for its 12th edition. This year’s festival takes place from September 22nd to the 25th, 2016.An essential question within this year’s festival is ‘Who owns the city?’ Deadline: 1 August.
The ABOG Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art is an active, year-long funding relationship. Documentation and field research may extend beyond the Fellowship year, in order to fully represent your project in your fieldworks documentary and publication. Deadline: 19 September (for the letters of intention).
The Fund is designed with applications from UK organisations in mind, but any organisation is eligible to apply. Organisations must be working with local partner organisations in one or more of the Fund’s current target countries within the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, specifically: Afghanistan, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Iraq, Palestinian Territories, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey and Yemen. Check the timeline for the different deadlines.
The 2016 prize will reward initiatives carried out by civil society organisations and/or individuals and aimed at improving migrants' lives and fostering their integration in society. Deadline: 9 September.
In 2016, the Prize COAL Art and Environment invite international artists to propose projects from around the world. It will be awarded at a gathering of artists and major players in art and sustainable development during a ceremony in Paris on October 2016. Deadline: 11 September.
La Fondation Orange soutient des projets musicaux vocaux (avec voix solistes et/ou choeur) dans les répertoires classiques, jazz et musiques du monde. Parmi les critères de sélection, sont les projets à rayonnements national et international et également les projets liés aux pays dans lesquels le Groupe Orange est présent. Date limite: 15 septembre.