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  • Composite image of 40 or so cool-looking people who have been part of the Keychange Talent Development Programme.
    News / Keychange Talent Development Programme for Women and Gender Minorities

    Keychange invites women and gender minority music artists and innovators from Canada, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Poland and the United Kingdom to apply to take part in the next 12 month programme. If selected, your participation will start in January 2022 and will launch with a full-network meetup in London on 10-13 February 2022. Bands and solo artists can apply.

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    Library / A Practical Guide to Touring Across Europe for UK Performing Artists and Companies

    UK artists and companies can still tour in Europe and this is how! Artsadmin have created a simple, practical guide to support and empower UK-based individual artists and small companies working in theatre, dance and live art to continue to tour work across Europe.

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    News / WE-Hope and Digital Democracies: Call for Artists for Interactive Digital Animation (Online / UK)

    WE-Hope and Digital Democracies have announced a call out for artists to use testimonials collected from survivors of conflict to create an interactive digital animation. The commissioned work will be shown in public outdoor space and premiered at Frequency Festival 2021 in Lincoln, UK.

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    News / Making Tracks Music Exchange Programme (UK / Online)

    Making Tracks is an environmentally-focused international music exchange programme, based around an annual UK residency and tour. They bring together exceptional artists to showcase diverse music, initiate new collaborations and explore strategies for music-based environmental engagement. Due to uncertainties around COVID-19, in 2021 Making Tracks is only open to applicants based in the UK and other European countries.

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  • News / Edinburgh International Culture Summit 2022: Executive Administrator (UK / remote)

    The Edinburgh International Culture Summit brings together Culture Ministers, artists, thinkers and arts leaders from around the world to share ideas, expertise and best practice, with a view to inspiring positive change in cultural policy and investment. The core purpose of the ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­role of Executive Administrator is to provide support to the management team of the 2022 Edinburgh International Culture Summit. The team is comprised of the Programme Director and Executive Producer, who are supported by the Programme Manager.

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  • News / Journeys Festival: Call for Artists and Mentors for LOOK UP 2021 (UK / Germany)

    LOOK UP 2021 is a collaborative visual arts mentorship programme. Artists will develop new work which will be installed in Leicester, Manchester and Portsmouth as part of Journeys Festival International 2021 (15-25 October), and will take part in two short residencies which will take place between June-August 2021, at Aspex, Portsmouth and coculture, Berlin, and/or online, dependent on COVID travel restrictions. Artists must be Europe-based, under 30, and from a sanctuary-seeking background or with refugee heritage.

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    News / Delfina Foundation: The Politics of Food (United Kingdom / Online)

    In autumn 2022, Delfina Foundation will launch its fifth concentrated season of residencies and public programmes focusing investigations on the most pressing issue of our time - the climate emergency - in relation to its ongoing Politics of Food programme. Opportunities will be available for in-person residencies and virtual engagement, as well as public programme events. There is a particular interest in interdisciplinary collaborations between artists/curators and researchers.

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  • News / Leeds 2023: Senior Producer (UK)

    Leeds 2023 will be a landmark year of culture for the city and region. An ambitious and ground-breaking programme will transform people’s perceptions of Leeds, confirming it as an international centre of cultural activity and cementing its reputation as a cultural giant in the world. The organisers seek a Senior Producer for a fixed term contract until March 2024.

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    News / Tate: Call for Papers, ‘Consent not to be a Single Being: Worlding the Caribbean’ Symposium (UK / Online)

    As part of the Worlding Public Cultures London Academy, the symposium ‘Consent not to be a single being: Worlding the Caribbean’ will take the Caribbean and Caribbean thought as a starting point to reconsider global histories of art in the context of migration and environmental precarity. Scholars and practitioners are invited to submit papers for presentation, which may be either in person or online. The symposium will take place in December 2021 (dates tbc).

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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 / CROWD International Dance Exchange (Finland, Netherlands, UK, Germany)

    CROWD is a dance residency programme developed together with European partners in a time when international sharing and human togetherness is needed more than ever. It aims to support dance artists with an established practice in community engaged dance making. Participating artists will take part in a series of residencies in Germany, Finland, the Netherlands and the UK in the second half of 2021. Participants must be based in the UK, North Rhine-Westphalia, the Netherlands or Finland and will need to be able to work in both the UK and the EU.

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    News / Delfina Foundation / Asymmetry Art Foundation: Asymmetry Curatorial Fellowship (UK)

    The Asymmetry Curatorial Fellowship is a six-month placement for a mid-career curator at the curatorial department of the Whitechapel Gallery in London. It will run 20 September 2020 – 20 March 2021, and will be awarded to one Fellow who is a national of Mainland China, Hong Kong or Taiwan, and based in the region or internationally.

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    News / Endangered Landscapes Artist Residencies and Arts Prize

    The Endangered Landscapes Artist Residencies and Arts Prize will select eight artists, or collectives, to be in residence in eight endangered landscapes: Cairngorms Connect (Scotland, UK), Carpathian Mountains (Romania), Danube Delta, Gökova Bay to Cape Gelidonya (Turkey), Greater Côa Valley (Portugal), Iori River Valley (Georgia), Polesia (Belarus & Ukraine), Summit to Sea (Wales, UK). Applicants should have a demonstrable link to one of the countries of their chosen landscape and ideally a link to the landscape itself.

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    News / Korean Cultural Centre > Exhibition ‘Nothing is - everything just has been or will be’ (UK / Germany)
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    News / International Awards for Arts Criticism (China, UK)

    The Seventh Edition of the International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC 7) 2020 is open to candidates from anywhere in the world writing in Chinese or English about any contemporary art exhibition held anywhere in world or, for the first time this year, online. Alongside a cash award, the first prize includes a fully funded short programme of visits and meetings in Shanghai or London.

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