Check the events in which On the Move will take part in 2019, as an aniser, contributor, facilitator, evaluator etc. Interested in being partner with On the Move? Contact us at mobility(at).
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.
Since its inception in 2010 by the COAL Association, the COAL Prize has become a vehicle for identification, promotion and dissemination of these artists to the general public, political actors and professionals of culture and ecology. For its tenth edition in 2019 the COAL Prize will, in collaboration with the Platform on Disaster Displacement and DISPLACEMENT: Uncertain Journeys, tackle an essential subject: displacement related to disasters and climate change. The COAL Prize supports art projects in progress. Its award is not intended to cover all production costs of the project but should be considered as an aid to its development. Deadline: 9 September 2019.
UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy and Management (Interculturalism and Mediation in the Balkans) is a joint MA programme anized in cooperation with the University Lyon 2 (France). Accredited by the University Lyon 2 and supported by a number of partner universities, professional anisations and guest experts across Europe, it attracts not only students from the Balkan region, but also those coming from Europe and across the world, who are drawn to challenges and who seek an innovative, stimulating and unique study environment. The course is taught in English and French and it has established highly praised international reputation. Deadlines: 19 June and 18 September 2019.
Scottish Sculpture Workshop and Counterflows are inviting applications for the second SSW x Counterflows residency programme. Building on a successful pilot programme throughout 2018, the anisers are now opening up applications to artists who break disciplinary boundaries between visual arts, performance and sound and whose practice foregrounds an interdisciplinary, experimental and improvised approach. Deadline: 24 June 2019.
For 2020, the anisers designate “RePAIR” as the problematic and “ocean” as the topic. The idea is both to fix and restore, to make what is broken work again, and to re-arrange, to “re-pair” interdisciplinary elements to inspire cross-boundary artistic practices. Individuals and groups that engage in art creation in Taiwan and abroad may file an application; no restrictions are set on the types of creation or to any nationality. The offer is open to local and international artists and groups, student artists should at least have master degree. Deadline: 11 August 2019.
Running all year round since 2002, the residency programme is at the heart of PACT Zollverein’s day to day work. Open to professional artists from home and abroad who work in the areas of dance, performance, media arts or music and closely linked to PACT’s two other core strands of activity in presenting work and facilitating research and development, the programme is a key element in PACT Zollverein’s profile as an Artists’ House supporting lively exchange between practice and theory. Deadline: 8 July 2019.
The Rigged System open call is looking for submissions that aim to subvert the power structures in contemporary network systems and corporations. Works that wish to reclaim a sense of agency within the systems where it feels like there is none. The anisers accept text, performance, documentary video and fiction, 3D objects, net sculptures and installations, web archives, apps, and any other experimental mediums. Selected projects should be carried out in open-source formats that are well-documented, shareable, and consider the accessibility of its users, who may range in age, race, gender, economic class, and ability. Deadline: 28 June 2019.
Trans Europe Halles calls for emerging civic initiatives with a focus on arts, culture and creativity that are located in re-purposed buildings to participate in the third edition of the Startup Support Programme. This time TEH is looking for initiatives in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Geia. Deadline: 1 September 2019.
The Fondation FIMINCO offers a residency open to curators of any age from across the world for a residency in research, creation, and production based in the Romainville area (Seine-Saint-Denis). The curatorial residency is part of the artist residency program that will jointly welcome 17 artists for a duration of 11 months starting in January 2020. Deadline: 14 June 2019.
IETM is working on a new Fresh Perspectives publication on art in rural areas. The publication will be a part of IETM bigger endeavour to ensure the recognition of the role arts play in rural areas and to put forward effective solutions to support artists and cultural professionals meeting various challenges when working in rural and peripheral districts. Share your project(s) before the 28 June 2019.
During this 5-day training the International Secretariat of Service Civil International will explore diverse meanings of cultural diversity and social inclusion and take a closer look at real-life examples and situations occurring in different contexts and countries. The event will gather 27 participants – youth workers from 9 European countries: Belgium, Slovenia, Portugal, Spain, Hungary, Austria, Greece, Poland and Germany. The anisers are looking for youth workers working with youth with fewer opportunities and/or who are working on awareness raising on cultural diversity and social inclusion. Deadline: 12 June 2019.
SuCarMus (Sustainable Careers in Music) is program consisting of a series of training sessions for young music professionals. Participants will engage to a year-long program of training activities including two intensive residentials, online mentoring/training sessions provided by experienced international music professionals, and an international networking meeting, designed to stretch them intellectually and personally. Applicants shall be national of one of the following countries: Cyprus, Greece, Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia. Deadline: 17 June 2019.
Science Gallery Rotterdam invites artists, designers, and researchers to explore how our concept of “the real” is destabilized by science and technology by proposing projects to be part of its first exhibition on site at Erasmus MC. The theme (UN)REAL seeks to link this topic to the ongoing activity and cutting-edge research in biomedical science at the university medical center. Deadline: 1 July 2019.
Every Europe based choreographer / artist who applies to Aerowaves has the chance to have their work programmed by the partners of the network, whether or not they are selected as Aerowaves artists. Around 100 performance opportunities are guaranteed by the partners and supported by Aerowaves each year. Deadline: 12 September 2019.