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  • News / Summer Sessions Art and Technology Residencies (Netherlands, Austria, Russia, Spain, Italy, China, South Korea, Croatia, Belgium)

    The Summer Sessions are short-term international art and technology residencies for emerging artists and designers. Artists and designers working with art and technology are eligible to apply if they are under the age of 35 and/or have graduated within the past five years, and live in a country where there is a Summer Sessions sponsoring partner (Netherlands, Taiwan, Spain, Austria, Russia, China, South Korea, Croatia and Belgium). Each Summer Sessions residency lasts approximately eight weeks and takes place between July and September.

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    News / International Awards for Arts Criticism (China, UK)

    The Seventh Edition of the International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC 7) 2020 is open to candidates from anywhere in the world writing in Chinese or English about any contemporary art exhibition held anywhere in world or, for the first time this year, online. Alongside a cash award, the first prize includes a fully funded short programme of visits and meetings in Shanghai or London.

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  • News / Chronus Art Center / Duke Kunshan University > ‘World Wide What’ Fellowship (China)
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    News / HIAP > Long-distance & Land-Based Trans-Siberian Railway Trip (Finland, Russia, China, Japan)
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    News / C-PLATFORM / Xi·Art Museum > ‘Generative Project’ Residency (China)
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    Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to China
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  • News / Yan Concept Limited > Young Yan Artists Residence Programme

    The Young Yan Artists Residence Programme is a project of Yan Concept Limited, a creative brand working at the intersection of art and architecture. The next residency will take place July – December 2020 at Yan Garden in Dongguan, China. The current call is open to artists aged under 35 who are practising contemporary art in any form. Applicants should also have a desire to develop a career in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and the capacity to work on a residency project based on the local environment and context. Deadline: 15 May 2020.

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  • News / V2_ > Summer Sessions 2020 Open Call

    V2_, Lab for the Unstable Media is an interdisciplinary centre for art and media technology in Rotterdam (the Netherlands). Its Summer Sessions are short-term international art and technology residencies for emerging artists and designers, taking place at institutions in six countries. Residencies last approximately eight weeks and take place between June and September. Applications are open to artists from the sponsoring countries: Taiwan, Spain, South Korea, Croatia, China, and Argentina. Deadline: 1 May 2020.

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  • News / Résidence francophone de jeunes talents autour des marionnettes > Appel pour les participants français

    L’ambassade de France en Chine, la délégation Wallonie-Bruxelles en Chine et les bureaux du Québec en Chine co-organisent avec l’Académie centrale des arts dramatiques de Pékin une résidence de jeunes talents autour de l’art des marionnettes dans le cadre du 25ème Mois de la francophonie en Chine. Les organisateurs pour la partie française sont à la recherche de deux étudiants ou jeunes professionnels du domaine des arts des marionnettes entre 18 et 30 ans. Date limite : 31 janvier 2020.

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  • Cover for Art in Context: Learning from the Field - words split into blocks of different sizes to build a kind of vertical tower.
    Library / Art in Context: Learning from the Field

    This publication is focused on social and participatory art practices analyzed through a methodology of dialogues and conversations with artists and cultural practitioners from Asia and Europe. Among the different topics discussed in the publication, there is the significant emergence of artistic and cultural mobility.

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  • Library / Mapping the EU-China Cultural and Creative Landscape

    The mapping study has been produced in the context and with the support of the EU-China Policy Dialogues Support Facility (PDSF II), a project financed jointly by the European Union and the Government of the People’s Republic of China, implemented by a consortium led by Grontmij A/S.

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  • Library / First Cultural Mobility Experiences for European Artists and Cultural Professionals in China

    OTM launches its new publication: a comprehensive list of online resources related to 8 key topics which are crucial to prepare properly a mobility experience in China. This guide is conceived as a practical tool for artists – individuals and groups/companies – and cultural professionals from all fields and disciplines, and in particular young and/or emerging artists and small groups.

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  • Library / Touring in China Checklist

    This document is extracted from the former website “ China – UK Connections through Culture” (supported by the British Council). The information is targeted at UK/Chinese professionals, however the list of tips and advice can be relevant for other European/international groups.

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    Library / Europe-China Cultural Compass: An Orientation for Cultural Cooperation between Europe and China

    Are we meaning the same, when we say the same? -- This was the leading question at the start of the EUROPE-CHINA CULTURAL COMPASS project, an initiative by partners of EUNIC in China, the Goethe-Institut, the British Council, and The Danish Cultural Institute.

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