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  • Text of the call with a photo of the top of a building.
    Zusa: Culture Helps / Культура допомагає Project Grants for Integration through Culture
    “Culture Helps / Культура допомагає” opens a call for applications for project mini grants for cultural organisations to implement projects focused on integration of people, who were forced to leave their homes because of the Russian war against Ukraine.
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    Posted 18 June 2024
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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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  • Collaboration grants 3rd call text with geometric pattern.
    Insha Osvita / zusa: Culture Helps / Культура допомагає Collaboration Grants Third Round
    ‘Culture Helps / Культура допомагає’ is a project co-funded by the European Union under a dedicated call for proposals to support Ukrainian displaced people and the Ukrainian Cultural and Creative Sectors, which is a cooperation between Insha Osvita (UA) and zusa (DE).
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    Posted 12 March 2024
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  • ZMINA Rebuilding text with project logos and coloured sticks to one side.
    IZOLYATSIA: ‘ZMINA: Rebuilding’ Second Call for Ukraine–Creative Europe Countries International Projects
    The ZMINA: Rebuilding project is launching its second call for proposals for international projects. Partnerships should include, as a minimum, one organisation from Ukraine and one from another country participating in the Creative Europe Programme.
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    Posted 6 March 2024
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  • A small brick gatehouse building - the Torhaus Berlin. Bikes and mopeds are on the pavement around it. A big sign on the roof reads 'We Are Open'.
    Torhaus Berlin: ‘We Are Open’ Residency (Germany)
    This summer Torhaus (a former gatekeepers house for Tempelhof Airport Building in Berlin) is getting renovated and three groups/collectives/individuals will be invited to explore this gate turning into a house. Participants from all disciplines will have the possibility to work in Torhaus for two weeks.
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    Posted 26 July 2023
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  • Join the ZMINA: Rebuilding Evaluators Team!
    IZOLYATSIA: Evaluators for the ZMINA: Rebuilding Scheme
    IZOLYATSIA is looking for evaluators with experience in the artistic and cultural sector to take part in the evaluation and selection process of projects supported by the ZMINA: Rebuilding subgranting scheme, both for national and international open calls. ZMINA: Rebuilding is a new program created to support the projects of Ukrainian artists, cultural organisations, and state institutions of culture.
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    Posted 17 July 2023
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  • 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.
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    Posted 8 May 2023
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    Deutscher Musikrat: Funding for German Music Ensembles to Provide Residencies for Ukrainian, Russian and Belorussian Musicians (Germany)
    Deutscher Musikrat (the German Music Council) offers grants for residency programmes in Germany for musicians from Ukraine, Russia and Belorussia who had to flee their home countries as a consequence of the war in Ukraine. German-based professional music ensembles are eligible to apply to provide residencies between September and December 2022.
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    Posted 19 September 2022
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  • Graphic for Visualise call out - the word visualise semi obscured by clocks of purple and green.
    Ukrainian Institute: Visualise Grants for Exhibition Projects Outside Ukraine
    Visualise is a long-term programme by the Ukrainian Institute aimed at supporting exhibition projects outside of Ukraine. The programme provides opportunities of co-programming, co-financing and communications support to international exhibitions that contribute to promoting the art of Ukraine globally and establishing institutional partnerships. The start of proposed projects should be scheduled no earlier than 1 April 2022.
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    Posted 11 June 2021
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