The third edition of the Guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of artists and culture professionals - AFRICA is now online thanks to the research of Art Moves Africa, the support of the Institut français and the coordination of On the Move. La troisième édition du Guide des opportunités de financements pour la mobilité internationale des artistes et des professionnel.le.s de la culture - Afrique est en ligne grâce à la recherche d'Art Moves Africa, le soutien de l'Institut français et la coordination d'On the Move.
Check the events On the Move will take part in – as an aniser, contributor, facilitator, evaluator etc. – in this most updated list of events.
Move on! est un guide pratique destiné aux artistes et professionnel.le.s de la culture européen.n.e.s en début de carrière internationale. Le guide Move on! présente des conseils pratiques et des ressources en ligne qui peuvent être utiles pour les artistes et professionnel.l.e.s de la culture européen.n.e.s, y compris les enseignant.e.s d'écoles d'art ou universités, issu.e.s de toutes les disciplines. Cette seconde version, écrite par Reinier Klok, est présentée par On the Move avec le soutien de l’Institut français.
Move on! is a practical guide aimed at European artists and cultural professionals starting their international careers. Mo ve on! provides practical tips and lists online resources that can be useful for European artists and cultural professionals from all arts and cultural disciplines, including teachers in art schools and universities. The current edition is written by Reinier Klok, presented by On the Move with the support of Institut français.
Mobility Information Points (MIP) are information centres and/or websites in several European countries, and one in the USA, who aim to tackle administrative challenges that artists and cultural professionals can face when working across borders. Relevant issues can be around visas, social security, taxation, customs etc. Know more about them and other resources to ease your mobility.
For the 2020 edition of its annual March Meeting, Sharjah Art Foundation is inviting artists, writers, researchers, curators and art practitioners to submit abstracts for papers relating to the overall theme, Unravelling the Present, or the event's panel titles: Sharjah Biennial in Retrospect, Art and the Civic Imagination, The Biennial Nation, Sharjah Biennials in the Regional Context, Biennials and Postcoloniality, and Curating in the Age of Crises. Selected contributors are expected to attend MM 2020 and the panel discussions, 21-23 March 2020. Deadline: 23 February 2020.
Ljubljana UNESCO City of Literature > Writer in the Park International Literary Residency (Slovenia)
Ljubljana, a UNESCO City of Literature since 2015, is offering two one-month residencies for writers at the Švicarija / Swisshouse Creative Centre located in the heart of Ljubljana’s central park where it is part of the International Centre of Graphic Arts. One residency will take place May 2020 and the other November 2020. Applicants must have a ‘palpable, factual relation’ with any of the other UNESCO Cities of Literature. Deadline: 29 February 2020.
ERSTE Foundation / Tranzit > Fellowships for Artists and Curators to Attend the Salzburg Summer Academy of Fine Arts (Austria)
ERSTE Foundation is offering five fellowships for young artists and five fellowships for emerging curators from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia to take part in a course of their choice at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg 2020. The Academy runs 20 July – 29 August 2020. Deadline: 15 March 2020.
The Nordic Artists’ Centre (NKD) is located just north of Sognefjorden, on the west coast of Norway. For 2021, the Centre’s residency programme welcomes applications from professional visual artists, designers and architects for residencies of two, three or four months duration. Curators are eligible to apply for a one-month residence. Deadline: 1 March 2020.
Mitchell Art Gallery is inviting Canadian and international artists to apply for the second year of the MAG Summer Residency programme. Applicants with interdisciplinary, non-traditional creative practices are encouraged to apply. The residency runs for four to six weeks, taking place between 15 May – 15 August 2020. The residency works to support an artist with space and time to initiate or further a body of work, and bridge their practice with a local community. Deadline: 1 March 2020.
British Council / Wysing Arts Centre / Digital Arts Studios > Net//Work Digital Arts Residencies (UK)
Net//Work residencies offer space for reflection, research, practice, skills exchange, and professional networking opportunities focused on digital artistic practices and technologies. There will be two residency sessions: 1-26 June 2020 at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire, and 7 September – 2 October 2020 at Digital Arts Studios, Belfast. Applications are open open to mid-career visual artists and creative practitioners based in, or from, the UK, Egypt, Jordan, Syria or Uganda. Deadline: 24 February 2020.
Bulegoa z/b, a space for art and knowledge based in Bilbao, is offering a residency for artists and researchers that will last for one month, taking place within the period 2 September – 29 November 2020. The anisers invite applications from artists or researchers from any discipline. Deadline: 8 March 2020.
The Glucksman – a multiform art space connected to University College Cork – is inviting applications for curatorial residencies that will take place in September 2020 and June 2021 in Cork, Ireland. They are aimed at curators who have little or no experience of the Irish art scene and who wish to develop their knowledge of Irish art in the context of their current research and curatorial practice. Deadline: 28 February 2020.
The AI for Good Global Summit is looking for artists working with or around the topic of AI. Applicants may stem from disciplines such as interactive art, performance, computer animation, film, and visual effects, digital communities and social media, hybrid art, data art, and sculptural art. The artwork or performance will be presented at the Summit in Geneva, 4-8 May 2020. Deadline: 29 February 2020.
The Middle East Mediterranean (MEM) Summer Summit was launched by Università della Svizzera Italiana in 2018. The Summit consists of an eight-day Seminar (20-28 August 2020) and a two-day Forum (29-30 August 2020). A thematic focus this year is ‘Middle East Mediterranean Region: Cultural Narratives’, exploring the emergence of new expressions in the figurative arts, cinema, and literature, and the concern for cultural heritage. A limited number of partial and full grants are available to support attendance. Deadline: 15 March 2020.