ESoDoc (European Social Documentary) is a project-based course offering three one-week sessions held over a period of six months. ESoDoc focuses on new ways of producing, funding and distributing documentaries on social themes.
The ASEMUS Exchange of Museum Educators Grant Program enhances professional development of museum educators in Asia and Europe and strengthens connections and cultural understanding between the two regions.
In 2014, Transnational Dialogues: Change Utopia will bring forward a specific collaboration between Europe, China and Brazil, coordinating young creatives from the three continents to reflect and create together in a year-long process of networked-production, a multi-layered exchange and mix of virtual collaboration, meetings, seminars and research caravans that outline a new transnational model of cross-media and cross-national production.
AFAC is now tossing the question into the field of pictures in motion, videos and animation. AFAC has opened the call for the “Why Culture? Video Competition,” and the challenge is: Can you create a 2 minute video that delivers a concept on why culture matters? The competition is open to everyone.
Darat al Funun is a home for the arts and artists from the Arab world. It organizes exhibitions, talks, film screenings and educational programs, hosts performances and concerts, offers artist residencies, and publishes books and catalogs. One to three fellowships are sought in Amman, Jordan.
Dancers! choreographers! Lend me your ears. Submit your latest productions to this international dance festival in Germany. They will pay for virtually everything, including your meals. There is no entrance fee.
Grants will be awarded to projects that involve arts organizations, artists, and designers working in partnership with local and national partners to have a transformative impact on community vibrancy. Applications are encouraged from all 50 states and any U.S. territory.
ARTThinkSouthAsia welcomes applications from South Asian practitioners working across a wide range of creative and cultural activity, as also from those who are working outside it who demonstrate knowledge, understanding and passion for culture. Artists and persons with unconventional careers and experiences are also invited to apply.
Deadline for circus artists to apply to the Festival du Cirque de Demain in Paris is October 31. Now directed by Alain M. Pacherie, the Festival welcomes every year dozens of acrobats, tightrope walkers, clowns, jugglers and trapeze artists in Paris and confront their hopes and energies. The next festival takes place January 23 to 24, 2014.
The caravan showcase is able to host up to 60 international and national delegates providing hotel accommodation and/or contribution to international travel. caravan is a three-day showcase of site specific, interactive and incidental performance presented as part of Brighton Festival (United Kingdom).
Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has announced a photo contest of inspiring images of Thailand. Those interested in photography (professionals and amateurs) are invited to enter photos with the theme: “Inspiring Thailand.”
Network of Ensemble Theaters (NET) links a diverse array of ensembles and practitioners to one another and the performing arts field, encouraging collaborations and knowledge building and dissemination. NET/TEN Travel Grants support activities to initiate new relationships or further develop existing relationships.
This is a fantastic opportunity for UK publishers and editors to learn about Korean literature, showcase literature from the UK, gain insights into the market and build long-lasting relationships with their counterparts at Korean publishing houses.
What follows is a call to German cultural organizations in all artistic areas to engage in new forms of artistic collaboration with African partners.
Another reason Berlin is the progressive city is the Node Center for Curatorial Studies. The center currently offers those interested in curatorial issues the opportunity to extend their practice in an internationally oriented e-learning program, guided by international curators and art professionals.
The purpose of the Goethe-Institut’s residency programs is to provide a “space for new perspectives,” wherein artists and cultural workers have the opportunity to live and work in another country and another culture for an extended period of time.
The Embassy of the Czech Republic Manila is pleased to announce that applications for scholarships will be accepted to universities in the Czech Republic beginning next week (from 23 July 2013).
ach year, the Siemens Competition provides budding high school scientists with scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $100,000 for original research in team and individual categories. Entries are judged at the regional level over three consecutive weekends in November at six leading research universities.
YoungArts is accepting applications for its 2014 prize cycle, with support offered in ten artistic disciplines: cinematic arts, dance, design, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice, and writing.
The Johnson Prize is awarded annually to an early career African-American artist working in the areas of painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, installation, and/or new genres. The 2012 prize winner was Clifford Owens. Deborah Grant won in 2011. Karyn Olivier won in 2010. Sanford Biggers won in 2009.