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  • Theatre, music, dance, circus - open call 2024, under 30.
    Mittelyoung: Call for Theatre, Dance, Music and Circus Projects from Central Europe and the Balkans (Italy)
    Mittelyoung is calling for projects from Italy, Central Europe and the Balkans to be showcased from 16-18 July 2024 in Cividale del Friuli. Up to 3 shows will then be selected to perform during mittelfest Disordini (Disorders) from 20-22 July 2024. The call is open to individuals and ensembles of up to 6 members, all under the age of 30.
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    Posted 29 December 2023
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  • One dancer stares up at another whose leg arcs upwards.
    Center for Choreography Bleiburg/Pliberk: Interdisciplinary Residency 2024 (Austria)
    From 26 April – 5 May 2024 the Center for Choreography Bleiburg/Pliberk invites (groups of) artists to a 10-day interdisciplinary residency in Carinthia.
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    Posted 16 October 2023
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  • Twenty Something Literary Residency Open Call
    Nova Gorica · Gorizia 2025: Twenty Something Literary Residency (Slovenia)
    The Twenty Something Project, part of the European Capital of Culture programme, will organise a literary residency on the theme ‘visible and invisible’ in 2023. The residency is aimed at writers, poets, essayists and committed publicists between the ages of 20 and 29 from Slovenia, Italy (FriuliVenezia Giulia, Veneto, South Tyrol, and Emilia-Romagna only), Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, and Germany (Chemnitz and surroundings only).
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    Posted 22 May 2023
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  • Open call: workshop for cultural mobility developers. Ljubljana and Kranj, Slovenia.
    Open call for participation: Workshop for Cultural Mobility Developers in the Balkans (Slovenia)
    On the Move is collaborating with Motovila to organise a workshop for cultural mobility developers focusing on the Balkan countries. 10 participants will be selected for the two-day workshop, which takes place on 26-27 September 2022 in Ljubljana, as well as to participate in the Creativity4Sustainability Forum in Kranj on 28 September 2022.
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    Posted 20 June 2022
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  • Ljubljana Street Art Festival
    Ljubljana Street Art Festival: Artist in Residence (Slovenia)
    For the 2022 edition of Ljubljana Street Art Festival, KUD Mreža and the Institute of Urban Questions are opening a call for artists. They offer a residency with a one-month working stay (1 June - 7 July 2022) at the Asylum Studio (Atelje Azil) in Ljubljana to realise a visual project and a public artistic intervention (e.g. sculpture, installation, mural painting).
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    Posted 12 April 2022
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  • Composite images of Slovenian countryside and town - lots of nice green fields and woodland.
    Slovenian Association of Literary Translators: Translators Residency (Slovenia)
    In 2022, the Slovenian Association of Literary Translators – DSKP will offer residencies to 4-6 translators from Slovenian into foreign languages for 4 weeks (or 1 month). The DSKP Residency Programme is aimed at promising or established foreign translators of fiction, humanities and social sciences who have published at least one literary translation or several shorter translations in printed monographs and/or in reference print or electronic media.
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    Posted 13 January 2022
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  • A juggler holds his arms outstretched. Each hand holds four white balls, arranged in a pyramid. A final ball is balanced on his head.
    Workshop Residency for Young Artists from Visegrad Countries at the Open Air Theater Festival (Poland)
    The Agora Cultural Center in Wrocław in cooperation with artistic organisations from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland invites participation in an open call as part of the international Open Air Theater Festival. The call is open to theatre makers, with a special focus on circus performers, acrobats, performers, dancers and musicians under the age of 26 and from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland. The residency will run 12-18 September 2021, with participants working together to create (and finally show) a new performance on the theme of climate change.
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    Posted 9 July 2021
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  • A surface of water, with ripples playing across it.
    GuestRoomMaribor: Visual and Interdisciplinary Artist Residency Programme (Slovenia)
    The GuestRoomMaribor residency programme invites visual and interdisciplinary artists to apply for residencies in Maribor, Slovenia. In 2021, there are several dates available for one-month funded residencies in spacious studios, in the quiet courtyard of the Vetrinj mansion located in the strict centre of Maribor, including the possibility of presenting the newly created production in the Gallery K18.
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    Posted 9 March 2021
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  • Open Call for RUK Art Residencies (Slovenia)
    RUK is a network of art and culture research centres at the intersection of contemporary technologies, science, and the economy. In this interdisciplinary hub, innovative products and services for the humane technology of the future are being developed. The RUK residency programme is for artists who see collaboration, a multidisciplinary approach and experimentation as a great way to work; who want to test their artistic approach in a business environment; and who want to help advance the humanisation of technology.
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    Posted 13 August 2020
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  • A Beginner's Guide to EU Funding
    Small companies (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), young people, researchers, public bodies and other categories can benefit from this guide.
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    Posted 28 March 2015
  • More Flexible Schengen Visa Rules: New Proposal from the European Commission
    On April 1st, 2014 the European Commission released a new proposal on More flexible visa rules to boost growth and job creation, which includes proposals to shorten and simplify the current Schengen visa procedures and the creation of a new “touring visa”, particularly interesting for live performing artists.
    Library
    Posted 7 April 2014
  • FIA-FIM Manifesto on the Status of the Artist
    This Manifesto on the Status of the Artist is the outcome of cooperation between the International Federation of Actors (FIA) and the International Federation of Musicians (FIM). A joint working group drawn from the membership of the two federations has been coming together on this issue in order to share experience and concerns.
    Library
    Posted 6 September 2012
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