The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York is a leading nonprofit, residency-based contemporary art institution for emerging to mid-career artists and curators from around the world. ISCP collaborates with over forty partner governments, institutions, and organizations to fund residency opportunities. A number of partners in different countries sponsors publicly call for applications for residencies at ISCP. If you are eligible to apply, visit the website to have more information about the ISCP residency offered and the application procedure.
The Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Ljubljana devotes a certain amount of funding towards encouraging and promoting cultural and artistic cooperation, collaboration and exchange between the United States and Slovenia. Applications will be accepted from professional artists and professionals in the cultural field who are American or Slovene citizens or residents and from not-for-profit arts or cultural organizations or institutions registered in the United States of or Slovenia. Deadline: 15 August.
We invite you to discover Theatre Without Borders, an informal, volunteer, virtual community that shares information and builds connections between individuals and institutions interested in international theatre exchange. TWB is a virtual and practical space for creating artist-to-artist, people-to-people connections and for sharing knowledge, information and skills. Find out more...
CORNERS – turning Europe inside out. More than 40 artists and researchers explore the outer regions and coasts of Europe in search of stories and inspiration for new work. CORNERS aims to make the unheard heard, the unseen seen, the invisible visible - and to look back on our continent from its furthest edges. As the third Xpedition of CORNERS to the Balkans approaches, researcher Una Bauer and our partners will blog about the trip. Find out more!
As foreseen in the Work Plan for Culture 2011-2014, the European Commission set up in May 2011 an EU expert group on mobility information standards to develop common content and quality standards for information and advice relating to the mobility of artists and cultural professionals. The group included On the Move, and worked out a document entitled "information standards for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals" which offers policy makers in the EU Members States with practical guidance for setting up information services in their countries.
Recommendations for the mobility and circulation of artists and works, European Platform on the potential of Cultural and Creative Industries, 2011
In the this document you will find reports and recommendations of five workshops promoted in 2011 by the European civil society platform "on the potential of culture and creative industries", notably the workshop dedicated to the "Mobility and circulation of artists and works".
The EU Culture Forum 2011 is now over - took place 20-21 October in Brussels - however it is worth keeping the 4 thematic papers on digitisation, skills, civil society empowerment in third countries, Culture as an investment for EU regions written for the background documentation.
Culture Jobs International (CJI) is a website that keeps cultural operators informed about jobs in Europe and beyond, and enables cultural organisations to recruit from across Europe.
Art and culture make Europe's heart beat. That's vital. Join the we are more campaign launched by Culture Action Europe, and sign the Manifesto to ask for more support for culture in the next EU budget (2014-2020)!
Since the 5th April 2010, the EU Visa Code has become applicable. This EU regulation has been adopted in order to increase transparency, simplify and accelerate the procedures concerning Schengen visas.
All artists working in photography and related media are eligible to apply to Light Work's Artist-in-Residence program.
Hotel25 - The 1st Artist Residence Programme for Family and Relatives, Berlin, Germany (deadline: ongoing)
This project was created by Marcio Carvalho and Joana Silva in a attempt to put together the several members of the family that, with the years passing by, spread around the globe. Each artist will have the pleasure to live, eat, drink and breathe with the directors. Each artist will have the pleasure to visit and experience the city of Berlin in the several contexts that this city can offer, with the company of the directors
Safar and Istikshaf provide various learning and travel opportunities for youth in the Arab region. The program has an ongoing deadline. Find out all the details!