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  • Text of call with illustrated person and art objects.
    Meeting Point: Residencies for Performing and Visual Artists 2024 (Denmark, Greece, Poland)
    MEETING POINT is looking for 6 musicians, 10 performing artists, 6 dancers, and 10 visual artists under 35 to participate in their 2024 residency programme.
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    Posted 24 May 2024
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  • Colour letters of the text 'Moving Identities'.
    Moving Identities: Residencies on European Identities in the Performing Arts 2024–25
    European residency institutions are looking for companies of 2–5 professional artists with a strong artistic vision and/or practice related to the themes of modern European identity, inclusion, and diversity who are based in Denmark, Norway, Germany, Belgium, or Spain.
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    Posted 29 March 2024
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  • Text 'open call' over coloured background.
    Art Hub Copenhagen: Visual Arts Residency 2024 (Denmark)
    Art Hub Copenhagen (AHC) is a network-creating institution that works actively to create and expand visual artists’ networks both nationally and internationally. Each season, AHC invites three artists in residency.
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    Posted 22 March 2024
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    Bora Bora Residency Centre: International Residency for Dance Artists (Denmark)
    Bora Bora Residency Centre in Aarhus, Denmark, is calling for applications from national and international dance artists for their 24/25 season. Bora Bora Residency Centre is an international residency centre, based in Aarhus, with a focus on artistic and economically sustainable conditions for the development of the artistic practice and works, for professional artists mostly within the field of contemporary dance. The residency programme is supported by Statens Kunstfond, Augustinus Fonden, Region Midtjylland and Nordisk Kulturfond.
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    Posted 11 March 2024
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  • Tree-like lines on the left with 'Malt AIR' text on the right.
    Malt AIR: Residency for Visual Artists 2024–2025 (Denmark)
    Malt AIR is a visual arts residency programme hosted by Maltfabrikken in Ebeltoft in collaboration with The Danish Art Workshops and The Jutland Art Academy. Applications are welcome from professional artists from all over the world to participate in the 3-month visual arts residency programme.
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    Posted 7 March 2024
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  • The Large Hadron Collider - an awesome science fiction assemblage of metal rings and flowing wires.
    CERN / Copenhagen Contemporary: Collide Copenhagen (Switzerland / Denmark)
    Arts at CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary welcome proposals for the second edition of Collide Copenhagen. Artists and collectives from any country are invited to submit their proposals for a fully-funded two-month residency shared between CERN in Geneva and Copenhagen Contemporary.
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    Posted 24 January 2024
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  • A dozen or so figures sit naked on a shoreline, looking out at a factory building on the opposite shore.
    Metropolis: Call for Site-specific Performances, ‘From Metropolis to Ecopolis’ (Denmark)
    Københavns Internationale Teater - KIT launched Metropolis in 2007 as a performance-based arts programme for the public space in Copenhagen. Since then, Metropolis has extended to a platform for site-based and location-based work, still rooted in performance, but increasingly interdisciplinary. Its public programmes include curated walks, conceptual work, installations, dance and movement-based work, audio installations, contemporary music theatre, site-based performance art, durational performances, contemporary circus, etc.
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    Posted 22 December 2023
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  • Three adults and a couple of small kids crouched on the ground in the woods, enjoying some snacks.
    BIRCA: Open Calls for BIRCA Women and BIRCA Baltic Sea Residencies (Denmark)
    BIRCA - Bækkelund International Residency Center for Artists is a work space for artists and artistic development placed in rural and inspiring surroundings on the Danish island Bornholm. In 2024, BIRCA is running a number of residency programmes including BIRCA Women and BIRCA Baltic Sea.
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    Posted 20 December 2023
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  • Green Streets of Europe - A sustainable journey for performing arts
    Green Streets of Europe: Call for Artists in the Performing Arts (Denmark)
    Green Streets of Europe is a transformative residency project addressing environmental challenges within the performing arts sector.
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    Posted 19 December 2023
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  • A dusky coastline with a tower far off in the distance.
    Island Connect: Performing Arts Residency Programme
    Island Connect is a collaborative programme between seven performing arts organisations, working with residencies located on (or associated with) European islands of different countries: Bornholm – Denmark, Vis – Croatia, Ireland, Mallorca, Corsica, Sardinia, and Tenerife. The project and its calls address artists based in Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, the Balearic Islands, Corsica or France, Sardinia or Italy, or the Canary Islands.
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    Posted 18 December 2023
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  • Stories create our life.
    Viborg UNESCO Creative City Artist Residency Programme (Denmark)
    The city of Viborg, a member of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network for Media Arts, is promoting an Artist Residency Programme for artists in the field of digital art. Starting 1 March 2024 and running over three to four months, the programme will see artists invited to join a network of international creative cities, where they will be able to explore the various fields of digital art, including animation, video mapping, apps, games and XR fields.
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    Posted 15 December 2023
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  • Nordic Analog Network
    Nordic Analog Network: Darkroom Residency for Photographers from Nordic Countries
    The Nordic Analog Network is an artist-in-residence program between analog photography darkrooms in the Nordic countries. Selected artists will travel for a three-week period to work in a darkroom in another Nordic country during 2024.
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    Posted 4 December 2023
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