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  • News / Post Social Media Club: Collaborative Research Project for Artists from Sweden, Greece, Serbia, France and Turkey (Online / Sweden)

    The Post Social Media Club is a collaborative research project that explores and speculates on alternative digital futures. Multidisciplinary artists from Sweden, Greece, Serbia, France and Turkey can apply to participate in a series of expert-led design masterclasses, followed by a week-long production-based residency/hackathon, and ending in five simultaneous exhibitions across Europe showcasing alternative futures. Activities run May - September 2021.

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  • News / Alpine Fellowship Prizes for Academic Writing, Theatre, Visual Art and Writing (Sweden)

    In 2021, the Alpine Fellowship will grant four awards for the best responses in academic writing, theatre, visual art and writing to the theme ‘Untamed: On Wilderness and Civilization’. Winners and a number of runner-ups will be invited to attend the Fellowship’s annual symposium in Fjällnäs, Sweden.

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  • News / Translation in Motion: Open call for Literary Translation Residencies (France, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Sweden, Macedonia, Albania, Latvia, Serbia and UK)

    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). Translation in Motion is a programme that aims to enrich and intensify the flow of translated literature in contemporary Europe, and specifically between the Western Balkans countries and the EU member states. Applications till 30 April 2021 (check carefully the calls related to each organisation as some deadlines may be before like for Bulgaria).

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  • News / Kamel Lazaar Foundation / University of Applied Arts Vienna: Octopus Programme

    The Octopus Programme is a guided research-based educational programme that encourages artistic research across sectors. The call for the next phase of the programme is open to all Diploma Students, Master’s and PhD students at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design Stockholm, as well as artists from or based in South Africa, Palestine and Tunisia. Applicants should have oral and written proficiency in English and be able to travel abroad twice between June 2021 and June 2022 (5 to 7 days).

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  • News / Region Gävleborg: Residence Scholarship for the World Heritage site Decorated Farmhouses of Hälsingland (Sweden)

    The Residence Scholarship for the World Heritage site Decorated Farmhouses of Hälsingland (Hälsingegårdar) is aimed at individuals who have an idea related to the UNESCO World Heritage List and who are interested in the Decorated Farmhouses site in connection with other world heritage sites. Residencies last one month and can take place between April and November.

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  • News / Landskrona Foto Residency (Sweden)

    Landskrona Foto’s residency programme is an opportunity for a non-Swedish photographer or artist working with photography and/or lens-based media to have time and space away from their usual environment and obligations. The residency takes place over six weeks, from May 2021. Applicants are asked to present a project proposal, and are encouraged to engage in a project related to Landskrona.

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  • News / Art Inside Out > ‘Other Choreographies, New Spaces' Residency (Sweden)
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  • News / Alpine Fellowship > Theatre Prize 2020

    In 2020, the Alpine Fellowship Theatre Prize will be awarded for the best playwriting response to the theme ‘Forgiveness and Retribution’. The Prize is aimed at encouraging theatre writers at the start of their careers to explore and challenge philosophical ideas using the dramatic form. A winner and several runners up will be invited to attend the Fellowship’s annual Symposium in Fjällnäs, Sweden. The Prize is open to theatre writers from around the world above 18 years of age. Deadline (extended): 15 April 2020.

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  • News / AIRY > Västernorrland Artist in Residence Programme for Ceramics, Sound and Literature

    The AIRY programme invites a ceramic artist, a sound artist and an author working in visual narrative (graphic novels, illustrated books, comics, etc.) to stay at one of three inspiring rural locations in Sweden’s Region Västernorrland. Applications are welcomed from both emerging and established artists and authors. Deadline: 22 March 2020.

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  • News / Art Inside Out Residency

    The Art Inside Out residency ‘Disruptions in utopia, land left behind’ aims at an artistic activation of one of three possible sites in the municipality of Falkenberg, Sweden. It asks the question: How can inclusive, speculative, and/or critical design and landscape architecture help us to re-think and re-shape land left behind? The residency is open to international artists and covers twelve weeks: 8-19 June 2020 (research), 17 August - 11 October 2020 (production), and 12-25 October 2020 (presentation). Deadline: 28 February 2020.

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  • News / RUCKA / MoKS / Film på Gotland / Bergmanscenter > Open call for Female Filmmakers Network

    The Female Filmmaker Network aims to bring together female filmmakers – directors, producers, cinematographers, sound recordists, editors and others – from Estonia, Latvia and Sweden. The Network has launched an open call for filmmakers from these three countries to attend three workshops: in Cesis, Latvia, 31 May - 3 June; in Mooste, Estonia, 19-22 July 2020; and in Gotland, Sweden, 27-30 September 2020. Alongside exploring relevant issues, these workshops hope to foster future collaborative projects. Deadline: 14 February 2020.

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  • Library / CASA Multimedia Guides (Circus and Street Arts): Focus on Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Spain and Sweden

    The CASA website includes guides, providing professional information mapping 5 different cultural context including direct links to more online information, videomaterial and extracts of video interviews with local stakeholders, providing you with inspiring examples of good practices and tips and tricks on topics like audience development and marketing and communication.

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  • Library / Made in the Web: Focus on Nordic Performing Arts

    madein-theweb.com is a new site intended for Nordic performing arts aiming at an international audience and likewise intended for international agents, presenters and networkers who want to explore and be updated about what is going on in the Nordic countries.

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