The Global Connections program was designed by TCG and is funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. US-based theatre organisations and individual artists may apply to one of the two initiatives of this new program: On the Road and In the Lab. Next up-coming deadlines: 1 October 2013 and 3 March 2014.
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.
At this moment, when in several countries around the Mediterranean people’s basic rights to associate, protest, and be fully represented are systematically oppressed, the Roberto Cimetta Fund stands firmly in support of our fellow artists and citizens in these countries at the same time as we strongly condemn the use of brutal force against protesters in all “freedom” squares around the world.
Res Artis is currently looking for two interns with focus in Communication or Fundraising. Deadline: 4 August.
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.
Curate, a unique award launched by Fondazione Prada and the Qatar Museums Authority, is a global search for curatorial talent.The winning curatorial idea will be realised in an exhibition in either or (but not limited to) Qatar and Italy. Deadline: 31 December.
The scholarshipsat Künstlerhaus Lukas in Ahrenshoop involve its exchange partners in Northern Europe. The countries covered are Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russian Federation, Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Denmark. Conditions apply. Deadline: 15 July 2015.
Artists' contact - Promoting intercultural exchange within the fine arts (from developing and emerging countries to Germany)
The "Artists' Contact" programme by IfA supports working stays and tours of contemporary artists, curators and other cultural professionals in the fine arts field, from developing and emerging countries to Germany. German artists can also receive subsidies for their traveling expenses while networking and seeking opportunities in developing and emerging countries. Yearly deadlines: 31 January and 15 August.
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.
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.
In 2012 a consortium consisting of eight members, led by the Goethe Institute, Brussels, was tasked by the European Commission to carry out the preparatory action ’Culture in EU external relations” launched by the European Commission and approved by the European Parliament. Share with them your recommendations on the role culture should play in EU cultural relations?
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!
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!
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!
The Open Society Fellowship supports individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges. Eligible activities include hosting panel discussions, traveling to conferences, participating in policy debates, and promoting fellows' ideas in public venues. Deadlines: 1 August 2013 and 1 February 2014.