04.07.2019

i-Portunus > Test of a new cultural mobility scheme in Creative Europe countries > Third call

i-Portunus is a pilot project that will test different approaches to supporting short-term mobility of artists and culture professionals between European countries.

The European Commission is considering the launch of a large-scale initiative to help individual artists and culture professionals “take advantage of flexible and short-term result-oriented opportunities”: to move between European countries*, develop audiences and collaborations, find new inspiration and opportunities, and fully benefit from – and contribute to – Europe’s diverse cultural ecosystems.

Between April and September 2019, the consortium** in charge of testing this new scheme has been issuing three calls, evaluate the proposals received, and support the mobility of selected artists and culture professionals (visual arts and performing arts***).

While waiting for the third call to be open (from 14 August), you can check the statistics for the first call and second call.  

Like the second call, please be aware that group applications and segmented mobilities remain eligible, however mobilities must now be between 15 and 60 days and their objective must be either an international collaboration, a production-oriented residency or professional development.

Deadline: 5 September 2019 - 14.00 CEST (starting from 14 August)

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* Creative Europe countries: All EU Member States and also Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Iceland, Kosovo *, Norway, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Tunisia and Ukraine

** i-Portunus is implemented on behalf of the European Commission by Goethe-Institut, in consortium with the Institut français, Izolyatsiaand Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts.

*** Visual arts: Crafts – Design – Digital arts – Fashion – Fine arts – Graphic arts – Photography

Performing arts: Circus – Dance – Opera – Performance – Puppetry – Street Art – Theatre