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In its 5th successive edition, the organisers will work with a group of emerging curators,writers, critics, researchers, and other arts professionals from Hong Kong and abroad, through a series of closed-door workshops, lectures, and site-visits. This intensive programme is designed to provide learning and thinking opportunities, mediated by reputed speakers from Para Site’s International Conference as well as by art practitioners from across Hong Kong’s diverse institutional landscape. Deadline: 19 May 2019.
Trust in Play supports emerging practitioners in forming a career out of making urban games and playful urban experiences. Benefits include enhancing your professional capacity (artistic and business skills) and acquiring the tools necessary to start working sustainably. You will be part of an international community of urban game designers, artists, academics and cultural organisations with a basic goal to support your work and improve your financial sustainability. The school organisers actively involve experts with considerable experience in state of the art urban play projects, community-based artistic games and innovative playful experiences. Deadline: 31 May 2019.
The International Cultural Centre in Kraków, together with the members of the ILUCIDARE project consortium, invite experts from Central and Eastern Europe to participate and contribute to increasing and promoting the knowledge on heritage and innovation as well heritage and diplomacy relations by taking part in the ILUCIDARE focus group and co-creation atelier to be held in Kraków on June 10-11, 2019. Deadline: 30 April 2019.
For the first time AFIELD launches an open call to support 3 individuals engaged in social and artistic experimentation. They will be granted seed funding to develop their initiatives and advice from a mentor chosen with them within the AFIELD network, for a period of 18 months. Initiated in 2014 by Council and supported by Tsadik Foundation, AFIELD is a network, a fellowship and an advocacy program for social initiatives from arts and culture. Each year the program supports artists, researchers or activists committed to a long-term social initiative by identifying 2 fellows and 3 mentees. Deadline: 12 May 2019.
Initié à Ouagadougou en 2014 par Les Récréâtrales – Résidences Panafricaines d’écriture, de création et de recherche théâtrales – le LABO ELAN est un programme de relance de l’activité théâtrale en Afrique. Peut candidater à cet appel tout artiste africain résidant dans un pays d’Afrique. Une attention particulière sera portée aux candidatures féminines. Date limite: 30 avril 2019.
ENCC (European Network of Cultural Centres) > European is beautiful > Project fair (Portugal) > Open call for registration
If you are considering leading a European project (Creative Europe or Erasmus +) or partnering in one, or if you want to get a better understanding of what European cooperation could bring you and how to approach it, this is a place to learn, connect and discuss with other project leaders or partners, cultural managers and experts. Should attend this projects' fair: Professionals from cultural centres and other cultural organisations and NGOS, project managers, artists, researchers and anyone interested in working on a social and cultural European cooperation project, whether they have defined that project or not. Deadline: register till 2 weeks before the event (4-5 June 2019).