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  • A white, 3-story building with mountains behind.
    Skaftfell: Residency for Nordic and Baltic Artists 2025 (Iceland)
    This fully funded residency, made possible by the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture, will support one artist and one artist duo to participate in the residency programme from 3 August to 25 October 2025 and contribute to Skaftfell’s educational and exhibition programme. This open call is available for artists from Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden, and Åland.
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    Posted 28 June 2024
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    Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature Writer’s Residency 2024 (Iceland)
    Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature announces the 2024 call for applications for the International Residency Programme for writers, to be held at Gröndal’s House in the centre of old town in Reykjavík from 1 to 14 October 2024.
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    Posted 20 May 2024
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    Nordic Analog Network: Darkroom Residency for Photographers from Nordic Countries
    The Nordic Analog Network is an artist-in-residence program between analog photography darkrooms in the Nordic countries. Selected artists will travel for a three-week period to work in a darkroom in another Nordic country during 2024.
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    Posted 4 December 2023
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  • Borderland Poetics open call.
    Borderland Poetics: Project Assistants in Estonia, Lithuania and Iceland
    Borderland Poetics, a cooperation programme between CCA Estonia, Rupert (centre for arts, residencies and education in Lithuania) and Icelandic Art Center, is inviting emerging art professionals of the region to apply for the 2023 project assistant position. There are three different positions available, one in each institution: CCA (Tallinn, Estonia), Icelandic Art Center (Reykjavik, Iceland) and Rupert (Vilnius, Lithuania). The position will be for 1 or 2 months in autumn 2023.
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    Posted 20 April 2023
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    Music Cities Network: European Music Business Task Force
    Promus, the Music Community of Aarhus (DK) and the Music Cities Network invite 12 European music business professionals to embark on a transnational European expedition from April 2023 until May 2024. On this journey, they will search for answers to the question: How can we boost the European music market?
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    Posted 3 March 2023
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  • The word 'crowd' half-hidden among a host (a crowd!) of pink and orange circles.
    Open Call for Dance Artists for CROWD 2023
    This year, CROWD network will select ten dance artists to exchange and collaborate with the support of network partner organisations. Working in pairs, selected dance makers will come together twice, each time for a two-week, focused residency in a new context. Alongside the residencies, between June and October 2023, the entire network will engage in digital, discursive sessions exploring community engagement in dance. The programme is open to artists based in Denmark, England, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, the Netherlands, the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia (DE), or Scotland.
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    Posted 14 February 2023
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  • Borderland Poetics open call.
    Borderland Poetics: Project Assistants in Estonia, Lithuania and Iceland
    Borderland Poetics, a cooperation programme between CCA Estonia, Rupert (centre for arts, residencies and education in Lithuania) and Icelandic Art Center, is inviting emerging art professionals of the region to apply for the 2022 project assistant position. There are three different positions available, one in each institution: CCA (Tallinn, Estonia), Icelandic Art Center (Reykjavik, Iceland) and Rupert (Vilnius, Lithuania). The position will be for 1 or 2 months in autumn 2022.
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    Posted 9 June 2022
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  • A barren island rises in mist across an expanse of sea.
    SOTAN: Opportunities for Artists and Scholars to Engage the Anthropocene (Faroe Islands, Iceland, Latvia)
    State of the Art Network (SOTAN) is a Nordic-Baltic transdisciplinary network of artists, practitioners, researchers, and organisations who have come together to discuss the role, responsibility, and potential of art and culture in the Anthropocene. Partners from the network are offering a number of opportunities in summer 2022.
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    Posted 11 May 2022
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  • SOTAN: Open Call for Research Project Turfiction (Iceland)
    SOTAN-network and the Research Project Turfiction, University of Iceland are calling for participants for a workshop in Reykjavik and field sites in North of Iceland from 10-16 July, 2022. This is a week long workshop/fieldwork where participants will approach the island’s vernacular architecture – the Icelandic turf house - as an interlocutor to impact the thinking about how future architecture can become accountable for forming new relations —’temporal belongings’— between species reflecting upon the benefits of a sustainable coliving.
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    Posted 1 May 2022
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  • The word 'crowd' half-hidden among a host (a crowd!) of pink and orange circles.
    CROWD International Dance Exchange
    The CROWD network calls for dance artists from across Denmark, England, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, the Netherlands, the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) in Germany, Norway and Scotland to apply for the 2022 dance residency programme, CROWD – international dance exchange. Programme activities take place between June – October 2022.
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    Posted 9 March 2022
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  • Interior of a small flat, with eggshell blue walls and tiled floors. There are some chairs, a sofa, a coffee table.
    Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature Writer’s Residency (Iceland)
    Reykjavík, a UNESCO City of Literature since 2011, is offering a one-month residency (1-30 September 2022) for a visiting writer from another UNESCO City of Literature. The offer is open to published fiction writers from, or affiliated with, any of the other 41 UNESCO Cities of Literature, writing in any genre.
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    Posted 26 January 2022
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    Project Assistants for Borderland Poetics (Estonia, Lithuania, Iceland)
    Borderland Poetics, a co-operation programme between CCA Estonia, Rupert (centre for arts, residencies and education in Lithuania) and Icelandic Art Center, is inviting emerging art professionals from Estonia, Iceland or Lithuania to apply for the 2021 project assistant position. There are three different positions available, one in each institution: CCA and Tallinn Photomonth (Tallinn/Narva, Estonia), Sequences festival (Reykjavik, Iceland) and Rupert (Vilnius, Lithuania). The position lasts 1 or 2 months and takes place in autumn 2021.
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    Posted 7 July 2021
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