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  • Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to China
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  • Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to Cambodia
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  • Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to Brunei Darussalam
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  • Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to Bangladesh
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  • Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to Asia
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  • News / Tsung-Yeh arts and Cultural Center > Artists in Residence Programme (Taiwan)
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  • News / Siao-Long Cultural Park > Artists-in-Residence Programme (Taiwan)
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  • News / ARAK Collection > Curatorial Residency Fellowship 2020 (Qatar)
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  • News / Kyoto Art Center > Artist in Residence Programme 2021 for Visual Arts

    Kyoto Art Center’s Artist in Residence programme offers support to emerging artists and art researchers who wish to pursue creative activities in Kyoto. The scheme alternates each year between hosting visual artists and performing artists. In 2021, the programme is open for visual artists / researchers. The residency period is for a maximum 3 months during the period 1 April 2021 – 31 March 2022. Deadline: 30 June 2020.

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  • News / Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism > Call for Proposals

    The next edition of the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism will take place from September to November 2021. Titled ‘CROSSROADS Building the Resilient City', it will attempt to respond to the complexity of the relationships that shape our cities and to the pivotal moment that humanity is now facing. The current international call for proposals is seeking works that could be featured in SBAU 2021's main exhibition. The call is open to individuals, institutions, organisations, or cross-disciplinary teams. Deadline: 30 June 2020.

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  • News / M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship 2021

    Now in its seventh year, the M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship 2021 will support two separate fellowship projects. The first fellowship will support a Hong Kong–based researcher engaged in investigating topics related to design and/or architectural developments in Hong Kong and its vicinity. The second fellowship will support a researcher engaged in investigating topics related to design and/or architectural developments in a particular geography in Asia, or across the continent. The successful applicants will be attached to M+ (a museum of visual culture in West Kowloon) for three to six months in 2021, conducting independent research, preferably on a full-time basis. Applications are welcome from individuals of all nationalities whose areas of research are in design, architecture, or a related field. Deadline: 16 August 2020.

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  • News / Taoyuan International Art Award
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  • News / Tokyo Arts and Space > International Creator Residency 2021

    Applications are currently open for Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS)’s International Creator Residency Programme, targeted at individual creators working in visual arts, film, design and architecture. Residencies last three months, taking place September – November 2021 or January – March 2022. Applicants should reside outside of Japan and have 5 years or more of experience in their specialised area of expertise. Both individuals and duo creators can apply. Deadline: 24 June 2020.

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  • News / University of Amsterdam / IMAGINART > PhDs in Socially Engaged Art and State Transformation

    Funded by the Netherlands’ Research Organization, the IMAGINART project explores the role of socially engaged art in reinventing failing public institutions and social structures. Three PhD positions are being made available at University of Amsterdam for researchers to work within the IMAGINART project. Each of these positions has a geographic focus – Hungary; Lebanon and Palestine/West Bank; and Italy – and will involve extensive field work. The projected start date is 1 September 2020. Deadline: 31 May 2020.

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  • News / Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival > Open Call for Experimental Performance Works

    Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival (BFPAF) showcases new and experimental work by local and international artists. The 2020 edition will take place end of November – early December (dates tbc) with the theme ‘Displacement: people, ideas and artistic practice’. Proposals are invited for experimental work, of any form, that is inherently process-based and collaborative. Selected artists will share their creative process (online or offline) during autumn 2020 in the lead up to performing (preferably offline) during the festival. Deadline: 31 May 2020.

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