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- News / First Europe: Open Call for Vocal Artists for Opera Hackathons (Serbia, Hungary, Italy)The First Europe project aims to promote and celebrate European archaeological heritage with a special focus on the fascinating archaeological site of Lepenski Vir in Serbia, which formed one of the oldest settlements in Europe. First Europe will bring prehistoric society closer to contemporary audiences by placing this unique European archaeological heritage in a new context – using it as the basis for a series of ‘Opera Hackathons’, a new creation framework methodology for live performances.
- News / BETA CIRCUS: Open Call for Circus Artists & Participatory Artists (Italy, Latvia, Portugal, Serbia)‘BETA CIRCUS Participatory experience’ aims to create a European transnational opportunity to explore participatory circus as a future trend that can engage the public in circus’ creative process. The call is open to circus artists and collectives (max. 4 people) from Creative Europe countries, and participatory art collectives from Italy, Latvia, Portugal and Serbia.Closed
- News / enoa: Immersive Residencies for Artists Without Significant Opera ExperienceEnoa – the European Network of Opera Academies is organising an immersive residency programme offering support, mentorship and mobility for artists without significant opera experience. There are residencies available with eleven hosting institutions in various European countries. The programme runs February 2023 - spring 2024. Applicants should be mid-career artists based in Europe who are highly interested in the development of opera creation / interdisciplinary musical and artistic forms but have no significant opera experience.Closed
- News / Synergy: Open Call for Emerging Classical Music Performers in the Western BalkansThe project #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans is calling for emerging music performers to work closely with twelve composers on newly commissioned works. These will be performed on a festival tour, organised by the project partners during the summer of 2023.Closed
- Funding Guides / Mobility Funding Guide to SerbiaOur Cultural Mobility Funding Guide for Serbia is part of a larger guide focused on the Balkan region, produced by On the Move as part of its multiannual programme co-funded by the European Union. In line with the series of cultural mobility funding guides, this guide is meant to be a resource for artists and other arts workers looking to finance their cross-border travel to and/or from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
- News / ConneXt Youth Exchange for Young Artists from Switzerland and Serbia (Serbia)Organised by Compagnie Digestif (Switzerland) and the Creative Network Panonika (Serbia), the ConneXt youth exchange programme is running two camps this summer for young artists (age 13-30) from Switzerland and Serbia. The location will be Fruška Gora National Park near Novi Sad, Serbia.Closed
- News / Qendra Multimedia / Heartefact Fund: Residency for Artists From Kosovo (Serbia)Reconnection 2.0 aims to provide spaces for artists of various fields (literature, acting, music, visual arts, costume design, choreography, etc.), to reflect and produce new works during a one-month stay in Serbia. Up to two artists from Kosovo will benefit from this phase of the call.Closed
- News / Balkan Transitional Justice Programme: Grants for Journalists, Artists, Historians and ActivistsThe Balkan Investigative Reporting Network is launching a call for ten journalists, artists, historians and civil society activists from the Balkans for small projects on exploring archives of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and local courts in ex-Yugoslav countries that dealt with war crimes cases (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia). Research duration is six months, starting from May 2022. All projects must be published before the end of 2022.Closed
- News / TRADUKI: Residencies for Writers, Translators and Book ProfessionalsFor the second half of 2022, TRADUKI is offering residencies in 10 cities in Southeast Europe - Belgrade, Bucharest, Cetinje, Novo Mesto, Prishtina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Split and Tirana - for the duration of 2-6 weeks. Eligible applicants are writers, translators, and book professionals from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.Closed
- News / Translation in Motion: Residency Programme for Translators Working with Western Balkans LanguagesFor a second year the Translation in Motion consortium of translation residencies invites applications by literary translators working from or into the languages of the countries of the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia). Residency stays will take place between April 2022 and April 2023.Closed
- News / Some Call us Balkans: Call for Artist-travellers, ‘Collective Terms of Action’The Cultural Cooperation project Some Call Us Balkans (SCUB) is a transdisciplinary, art-based inquiry and community that explores and mobilises moments of collective production of knowledge, imagination, research, and multivocal representations that challenge myths and misconceptions regarding the Balkans as the ‘European Other’. Based on the artistic research built throughout the project, SCUBcommunity is looking for 8 emerging artist-travelers.Closed
- News / European Theatre Convention: Artist Residency Programme 2022 (Cyprus, Slovakia, Ukraine,Austria, Serbia, Czech Republic)European Theatre Convention are looking for emerging theatre artists (particularly stage directors and dramaturgs) to join them for the fifth edition of the ETC Artist Residency Programme, offering placements of 4 to 8 weeks at ETC Member Theatres.Closed