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  • Cultural Utopias - a double research residence.
    What’s Next?: ‘Culture Utopias’ Residency Call (Romania, Poland, Ukraine)
    Culture Utopias is the title of a residency that aims to create a collaborative and courageous space of action in which artists, cultural managers, activists and citizens from Romania, Poland and Ukraine can reflect on the challenges Europe has faced in the last decade.
    Posted 2 November 2023
  • Stone bust of an older man with an impressive moustache - looks like a general.
    Residency, ‘Ukraine’s Artistic Response to the Russian Invasion’ (Ukraine)
    On 2-9 June 2023, the EU Delegation to Ukraine is inviting 20 artists from EU member states and Ukraine to participate in a cultural residence. It aims to reflect on Ukraine’s cultural response to Russian aggression, emphasises the place of Ukrainian culture within broader European culture, and highlights its uniqueness.
    Posted 8 May 2023
  • A young man in black t-shirt and medical face mask stands with two big audio recorders in his outstretched hands. Behind him is the brown wasteland of a rubbish tip, with birds rising up.
    CEC ArtsLink: Art Prospect Network Residencies for Artists and Curators
    In 2023, the Art Prospect Network Residency programme will support residencies for eighteen artists and curators from USA and the Art Prospect Network countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan) focusing on exchange and collaboration in the field of socially engaged art and/or public art.
    Posted 27 January 2023
  • At a ceremony like a wedding a woman passes through a tunnel of raised hands. Her own hands are bound in red ribbon.
    New Democracy Fund: Residencies for Belarussian Artists and Cultural Practitioners (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine)
    NDF residency programme offers placements to Belarusian art and cultural professionals (artists, musicians, writers, curators, managers etc.) regardless of their age or place of current residence (though due to financial constraints, the organisers will be able to cover travel costs only between countries situated in Europe). The residency offers a total of 11 placements in 5 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
    Posted 25 February 2022
  • Big slabs of pastel colour - red, yellow and black - create the impression of a deconstructed cityscape, a place of windows, frames and doorways.
    Ukranian Institute London: Call for UK-based Writers for Ukraine Lab (Online / Ukraine)
    The Ukrainian Institute London in partnership with PEN Ukraine and the Ukrainian Institute will run Ukraine Lab, an online residency for six emerging writers from Ukraine and the United Kingdom from 9 May–17 June 2022. The residency will also include a trip to Kyiv to visit the Chornobyl exclusion zone and the Public Interest Journalism Lab.
    Posted 10 February 2022
  • A man lies stretched out on the lap of a woman. He is dressed in a yellow shirt and tennis shoes and is sucking his thumb. Behind them a police officer appears to be radioing in...
    European Theatre Convention: Artist Residency Programme 2022 (Cyprus, Slovakia, Ukraine,Austria, Serbia, Czech Republic)
    European Theatre Convention are looking for emerging theatre artists (particularly stage directors and dramaturgs) to join them for the fifth edition of the ETC Artist Residency Programme, offering placements of 4 to 8 weeks at ETC Member Theatres.
    Posted 6 October 2021
  • IZOLYATSIA: Open Call for ‘Soledar: Flip City’ Residency (Ukraine)
    IZOLYATSIA – Platform for Cultural Initiatives is launching an international open call for a one-month residency programme in the city of Soledar, Eastern Ukraine for art professionals and researchers from architecture, urbanism and landscape architecture fields.
    Posted 1 September 2021
  • Cultural Relations in the New Normal cover - title text on a soft orange-beige background.
    Cultural Relations in the New Normal
    Part of the Alteration programme, this handbook offers a glimpse at several case studies in order to shed light on how exactly international cultural relations were made possible in 2020 and 2021, focusing on projects delivered by mainly Ukrainian and European organisations.
    Posted 12 July 2021
  • Logo for Mariupol's cultural city initiative - three overlapping speech bubbles, yellow, turquoise and pink, symbolising vibrant cultural dialogue.
    Marathon of International Theatre Residences Call for European Theatre Directors (Ukraine)
    The Marathon of International Theatre Residences is a modern theatrical laboratory of international dialogue, designed to open the Ukrainian city of Mariupol to the world. It is looking for three directors from Europe to collaborate with Ukrainian theatrical teams. Activities will take place over 2 to 4 weeks in June and August and combine both online and offline work.
    Posted 5 July 2021
  • A somewhat ghostly mirror, hanging in midair, reflecting sea waves on its surface.
    Mystetskyi Arsenal / Austrian Cultural Forum Kyiv: Ukrainian-Austrian Art Residency (Ukraine / Online)
    The Ukrainian-Austrian Art Residency invites visual artists from Ukraine and Lower Austria to participate in the Temporary Un/Availability programme. Participating artists will analyse how the study of the digital image expands visionary possibilities and provokes the creation of poetic language. The residency will be held in a hybrid format: online, 1 July - 26 August 2021; and offline, 19-23 September 2021 in Kyiv.
    Posted 4 May 2021
  • A curling white line on a background of blue and turquoise squares.
    Room to Bloom: Open Call for Young Artists with a Feminist, Ecological and/or Postcolonial Art Practice (Online / Italy, Ukraine, Poland, Greece)
    The Room to Bloom platform will collectively select a group of 100 emerging feminist artists to participate in a mix of trainings, workshops and talks throughout the year. Programme activities run mostly online June - November 2021. Selected participants will also be offered the possibility to propose works for production (15 works selected) later this year, to be presented during international events and exhibitions (Palermo, Kyiv Biennale, Warszawa Biennale, AthenSyn Festival).
    Posted 29 March 2021
  • Pink-orange square with the words 'open call' in block capitals.
    Construction Festival: Call for Projects in Digital Creation, Sonic Art and Urban Space (Remote / Ukraine)
    Taking place in Dnipro in Ukraine, Construction is an international festival for contemporary and experimental art and music. Artists from all over the world working on projects exploring new aesthetic approaches in digital creation, sonic art and urban space are invited to submit their projects to take part at the Construction festival 2021 - either remotely or in person if restrictions allow it.
    Posted 3 March 2021
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