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  • News / Future Female Sounds: European Female DJ Summit (Denmark)

    Future Female Sounds are inviting applications to join in the European Female DJ Summit. This two day summit focused exclusively on female and gender minority DJs (non-binary, trans women, trans men and femme-identifying) from the European Union, will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark 9-11 June 2021. Selected applicants will be supported to attend the event.

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  • News / Sound Art Lab: Residency Programme (Denmark)

    Sound Art Lab (SAL) is a new centre for artistic development in sound located in the City of Sound, Struer in Denmark. They offer two residencies during 2021, each lasting three months, preferably starting from late August / early September. Residency projects should result in a public exhibition/performance/presentation.

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  • News / Metropolis: Open call – Walking Landscapes 2021 (Denmark)

    Walking Landscapes connects art and nature in a programme of 130 artistic walks through different Danish landscapes in the period June to October 2021. The organisers are looking for artists who have a strong connection to the participating municipalities (Bornholm – Frederikshavn, Skagen, Nykøbing Falster, Guldborgsund, Randers, Roskilde, Silkeborg, Vejle, Viborg, Vordingborg / Møn, Aabenraa, Aalborg, Aarhus) to create 12 hour walks that include a participatory element.

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  • News / Island Connect > Performing Arts Residency Programme (Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, Greece, Spain)

    Island Connect will facilitate 2 two-week fully-funded residencies for 8 artistic companies in the calm surroundings of island residencies in Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, Greece or Spain – the Balearic Islands. Residencies will take place throughout 2021. Applications are open to artists and companies (max 3 people) from Denmark, Croatia, Ireland, Greece or the Balearic Islands.

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  • News / Trempolino / SACEM > Slash Learning Programme for Emerging Professional Songwriters-producers (Portugal, Denmark, France)

    Slash is a European learning programme dedicated to nine emerging professional songwriters-producers from EU countries, who wish to step up their career. Activities run from January to June 2021. The main goals of this programme are to support them in the current context and to provide them with concrete and practical tools to solve issues, detect new opportunities and deal with day-to-day life. The programme includes online coaching and three six-day workshops in Lisbon, Aarhus and Nantes. It runs January to June 2021.

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  • News / Viborg Kunsthal > Riddergade AIR (Denmark)

    Located in the heart of Jutland, Riddergade AIR is an artistic platform where visual artists can develop and immerse themselves in their artistic practice while strengthening their network. With Riddergade AIR, Viborg Kunsthal offers artists excellent workshop facilities and assistance for tasks of a practical and artistic nature, as well as access to a wide local, national and international network. Deadline: 22 November 2020.

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  • News / Bora Bora Residency Centre > International Residency for Dance Artists (Denmark)

    Bora Bora Residency Centre in Århus, Denmark welcomes proposals from professional dance artists for projects to be researched and/or developed. The residencies are open to professional dance artists or dance ensembles or stage directors with a strong choreographic idea from all over the world.

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  • News / Circus Without Circus > Interdisciplinary Residency Programme for Artists from Belgium, Croatia, Denmark and France (Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, France)

    For Circus Without Circus, 16 individual European artists, 8 from the circus field and 8 from other artistic fields, will be selected for a residency programme aimed at sparking artistic exchange between disciplines by facilitating one-on-one research residencies. Artists who live and/or primarily work in Belgium, Croatia, Denmark or France and who are at the beginning of their career or changing direction in their career can apply. Each participant will take part in two residencies between spring 2021 and summer 2023.

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  • News / 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.

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  • News / Arttrain > Call Out for ‘Jobs for Young Artists’ Project
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  • News / Biofaction > Artist in Residence Programmes

    Biofaction is seeking applications for its new Artist in Residence programmes. Four artists will be invited to work for 4-6 weeks at various laboratories across Europe. The residencies will start in autumn 2020 and will conclude in May 2021. They will be held in two parts, and the exact dates will be set by taking both artist and laboratory schedules into account, and with an eye to the situation in each locale (e.g. travel, safety regulations etc.). Deadline: 30 June 2020.

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  • News / Freemuse > Programme Development Coordinator

    Freemuse is an international human rights organisation defending artistic freedom. The organisation is currently looking for a Programme Development Coordinator who will be responsible for identifying, developing new programmes and projects aimed at partnering with governments, public institutions and private foundations. The position can be based in Copenhagen, Oslo, Brussels or London. Deadline: 31 March 2020.

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  • News / Metropolis > Open Call for Site-specific Residency Programme

    Metropolis is calling for 10 artists working with performing arts for an international site-specific residency programme in Copenhagen. The programme is aimed at performing artists with an interdisciplinary approach who have an interest in researching, creating and producing work in public space and the public realm. There are two separate residencies: Mapping the City (5 July - 2 August 2020) and Performative Landscapes (9 August - 6 September 2020). Deadline: 1 April 2020.

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  • News / Malt AIR > Residency for Visual Artists

    Malt AIR is a new visual arts residency programme in Denmark that aims to support the development of the resident’s artistic practice and to foster exchanges between the residing artist and the Danish contemporary visual arts scene. Applications are open to professional artists from abroad (non-Danish artists). Available residency periods are 1 September – 31 November 2020; 4 January – 31 March 2021; and 1 May – 31 July 2021. Deadline: 23 February 2020.

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