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- News / Confluence Residencies for Scottish and MENA Artists (UK / Morocco)Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow (CCA) and QANAT (a collective platform held by LE 18 Marrakech) are pleased to announce a call for expressions of interest for six research residencies as part of Confluence, a 1-year residency and research programme taking place between Marrakech and Glasgow focused on water as a political, historical and economic substance. Residencies take place in September 2022 and January 2023.Closed
- News / BJCEM: ‘A Natural Oasis?’ Transnational Research Programme (Italy, Greece, Morocco, Norway)‘A Natural Oasis?’ is a two-year nomadic free school dedicated to the development of new curatorial research paths in the field of contemporary visual and performing arts starting from the geopolitical peculiarities of the artistic scenes of those South-European and Mediterranean territories which are commonly considered remote, marginal, small, insular or liminal. 6 fellows (under 35) coming from Lebanon, Sardinia, France, Cyprus, Albania and Norway and working as curators, writers or artistic researchers will be supported to join the project.Closed
- News / Pro Helvetia Studio Residencies for Swiss and Arab ArtistsPro Helvetia work with a network of organisations that can host residencies in different cities in Switzerland and the Arab region. Swiss artists, curators and cultural practitioners can apply for residencies in Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, and Tunisia. Artists, curators and cultural practitioners from Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, and Tunisia can apply for residencies in Switzerland. Deadline: 1 March 2020.Closed
- Library / Employability in the Cultural and Creative Sectors in Arab Mediterranean Countries: The Cases of Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia and MoroccoIn 2015, Med Culture commissioned a study on Employability in the cultural and creative sectors in Arab Mediterranean countries: The cases of Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. The study addresses issues and challenges related to employability in the cultural and creative industries in the above mentioned four countries.