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19.10.2020

DutchCulture (The Netherlands) > advisor for the Mobility Info Point

The job announcement is in Dutch because the applicants shall speak and communicate in Dutch. DutchCulture is a member of On the Move and part of the Mobility Info Points. Deadline: 25 October 2020.

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19.10.2020

British Council > Connections Through Culture: Support for Online Collaboration Between the UK and Southeast Asia

Connections Through Culture (CTC) is an arts grants programme run by the British Council in the UK and East Asia. For the 2020-2021 part of the programme, they will be supporting online collaboration projects between Southeast Asia and the UK. In October 2020 they will be accepting applications for Connections Through Culture UK-Southeast Asia Online Grants. Projects will need to be completed between January to June 2021. Deadline: 8 November 2020.

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19.10.2020

AVIAMA > ‘Puppets and Mobility’ Grants

The International Association of Puppet-Friendly Cities (AVIAMA) gathers cities and local governments of the world around puppetry to create a real network of cooperation and exchange. Their grant programme helps to support cooperation projects, with cost of travel generally an important part of the support: the main purpose of the grants is to assist in travel and stays at AVIAMA member cities. Deadline: 11 January 2021.

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19.10.2020

ArtsLink > ArtsLink International Fellowships 2021 Open Call

CEC ArtsLink invites artists, arts leaders and curators from all arts disciplines from 37 eligible countries to apply for the ArtsLink International Fellowships 2021. The multi-year Fellowships are framed by the creative process, artistic intention, and an active commitment to community engagement and dialogue. The initial six-week residencies will take place in autumn 2021, but with a flexible model that will see host organisations collaborating through online dialogues, virtual networking, and research in preparation for projects that will take place when feasible. Deadline (extended): 30 November 2020.

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19.10.2020

Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio > Artist in Residence (Japan)

Since 2014, Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio has been organising an artist in residence programme for international artists working in the field of visual art. This year the programme will run 18 November 2020 - 5 March 2021 and operate in two phases. Phase 1 is a 60 day movement period, during which the artists will slow travel, without flying, to Sapporo, Japan. Phase 2 will involve 40 days of studio work at Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio. Applicants must have a nationality other than Japanese and live in a country other than Japan. The programme is open to individuals and groups. Deadline (extended): 23 October 2020.

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19.10.2020

Invisible Lines > Call for Artists Working in Comics, Graphic Novels and Illustration (Italy, France, Czech Republic)

Invisible Lines is an international project on comics, graphic novels and illustrations. Young European artists (18-30 years old) are invited to apply to attend three workshops which will take place between May and July 2021 in Venice (Italy), Strasbourg (France) and Tábor (Czech Republic). The artworks created during the three workshops will be featured in public exhibitions throughout Europe between 2021 and 2022, and a selection will be included in a book to be published. Deadline: 10 December 2020.

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19.10.2020

Qendra Multimedia > Analytic: A Theatre Criticism Workshop with Natasha Tripney (Kosovo)

Organised by Qendra Multimedia in Prishtina, Kosovo, ‘Analytic’ is a five-day theatre criticism workshop that will take place 27-31 October 2020. Participants will be invited to watch the performances over the course of the Kosovo Theatre Showcase and to produce written responses to the work they see. The call is open to applicants from Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia. Deadline: 25 October 2020.

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19.10.2020

European Investment Bank > Artists Development Programme (Luxembourg)

The 2021 edition of the EIB Institute's Artists Development Programme (ADP) is looking for one visual artist (born after 1 January 1986) from Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Malta, Poland or Romania. The ADP offers emerging European visual artists a 6-8 week residency in Luxembourg, which will take place between early May and end of June 2021. Deadline: 10 January 2021.

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19.10.2020

Festival Oodaaq > Open Call for Video & Image-based Works (France)

L’Œil d’Oodaaq is a French non-profit organisation that researches video art and image-based contemporary art. In 2021, L’Œil d’Oodaaq will organise its 10th(bis) Festival Oodaaq from 21 to 30 May in Rennes. It will be composed of: exhibitions, screenings, performances, lectures, and encounters. Artists are invited to submit work for the festival as well as the organisation's year-round activities. Deadline: 8 November 2020.

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17.10.2020

Festival TransAmériques (Canada) > Artistic director

The largest performing arts festival in North America, Festival TransAmériques is a driving force for the presentation of contemporary dance and theatre. Delving deep into those artistic disciplines, the FTA probes their limits in its quest for bold, outstanding artistic voices. Reporting to the Board of Directors and in close collaboration with the Executive Director, the Artistic Director defines the artistic vision of the organization and develops its annual program and all related activities. Deadline: 6 November 2020.

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17.10.2020

Asia-Europe Foundation > culture360 call for articles > How are the arts adapting to the "New Normal"?

culture360.ASEF.org is an online platform offering up-to-date information on arts, culture & heritage from 51 countries in Asia & Europe. It is a website for artists, cultural professionals, policy makers and anyone interested in international cultural co-operation. The call for articles particularly focused on artists' residencies, arts and disabilities and funding in the arts in times of pandemic. Deadline: 5 November 2020.

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15.10.2020

BETA CIRCUS > International Open Call (Serbia, Italy, Portugal, Latvia)

BETA CIRCUS aims to address new trends in contemporary circus and to offset the lack of opportunities for artists to get training at a high professional level. 12 participants will be selected for an international capacity building programme in new trends for circus arts, with a focus on new magic, to be promoted in between May 2021 and March 2022 with training weeks in Serbia, Italy, Portugal and Latvia. Deadline: 15 December 2020.

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15.10.2020

Sonic Acts > OVEREXPOSED Home-Based Residency

Sonic Acts, an interdisciplinary arts organisation based in Amsterdam, invites you to apply for the OVEREXPOSED residency programme, investigating pollution as a global thread that affects everything living and non-living on the planet. The residency lasts for one continuous month and will take somewhere between December 2020 and May 2021. Applications are invited from artists and researchers active in the fields of environmental, blue, animal and energy humanities, discard studies, disaster studies, waste colonialism, health care studies, postcolonial studies, geopolitics, media and experimental arts, etc. Deadline: 1 November 2020.

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15.10.2020

Open Call for Tandem 360°

Tandem 360° are looking for 20 civil society and cultural activists from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, and from Libyan initiatives and collectives displaced in these countries. Tandem 360° is a new addition to the six existing Tandem programmes for cultural exchange. In the spirit of ‘doing-it-together’, the one-year programme offers a space to experiment with multidisciplinary project ideas, ecosystem mapping and inventive approaches to create change through culture. Activities take place from May 2020 to September 2021. Deadline: 23 November 2020.

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14.10.2020

The GENDERhouse Festival > Open Call to Present Works (Denmark)

The GENDERhouse#2 Queer Arts Festival in Aarhus, Denmark is open for applications for full length performance works that either tackle themes of gender, sexuality or identity or that defy traditions, queer the borders of what performance is and can be, or have an artistic expression that stands out from the ‘artistic usual or genre normative’. Selected performances will be programmed as part of the festival between 24 September – 10 October 2021. You must be resident in Europe to apply. Deadline: 15 November 2020.

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