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grants / scholarships

Studio Art Graduate Program
•Application Deadline


Through the School of Liberal Arts, the Newcomb Art Department offers the MFA degree in a relatively small, intensive, two-year residency program that emphasizes close interaction with faculty and peers. Degree requirements focus on studio work but include four MFA seminar classes and two graduate level courses in the history of art, for a sample schedule please click here. Students are provided with a private studio and 24-hour access to general facilities.

The Woldenberg Art Center offers some of the finest facilities available. Sculpture houses an extensive metal foundry and wood shop. Ceramics includes general studio workrooms as well as clay and glaze mixing rooms and kiln room. Glass houses both a hot and cold shop. Printmaking has facilities for intaglio, lithography and silkscreen as well as its own darkroom. Photography includes graduate and main darkrooms, a developing room, print mounting room, lighting studio, lecture and demo room and a digital imaging room.

Please note that the GRE is not required of MFA applicants in studio art.

Your supporting materials of college transcripts, 20 digital images of your work on CD should be mailed.Images should be of recent pieces and indicate your primary interest and direction. The studio art faculty reviews all applications in the first week of March and makes recommendations to the School of Liberal Arts on candidates to accept. All admitted students receive a financial aid package that consists of a tuition waiver and an assistantship stipend of $14,600 per year.

Further information and applications may be obtained from the SLA Graduate Studies website. If you have more questions about the program, specific requirements or deadlines, please contact me at (504) 314-2407 or email me at

for the application process online.

residency / fellowship

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten
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The Rijksakademie is located in the Kavalleriekazerne building, near the centre of Amsterdam. The building is next to the Muiderpoort archway, near the Tropical Museum and Artis zoo and within easy reach of the NS stations.
Most of the building is accessible for the physically challenged.

Young professional artists that have been working individually for several years. There is no application fee and no formal restriciton in the applications, however a residency has proved to be most valuable after three to five years of professional experience, after (the last) art education.

The work is primarily evaluated on visual quality. Prime selection criteria are demonstrable artistic quality, potential for further development and the specific phase in the career of the artist.

Disciplines: Drawing & Painting, Media Art, Sculpture
Founded: 1870
Language: English, Dutch
Duration: Two years.
Paid by artist:

Living expenses. Before starting work at the Rijksakademie each resident is required to pay an annual contribution (€2,000)
Besides a studio to work in, five large project spaces give participants the opportunity of carrying out experiments or presenting work outside their own studios.

very resident at the Rijksakademie has the use of a personal studio and is accorded a limited budget for working expenses. Residents from outside the Netherlands qualify for (leasing) a modest apartment in the center of Amsterdam. The Rijksakademie also advises on obtaining residence permits and visa.

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call for works - SHOTS magazine
•Application Deadline


SHOTS no. 115
Spring Issue 2012

Theme: Earth, Fire, Water, Air/Wind
(Submissions can represent one or more of the elements. Any interpretation of the theme, literal or not, is welcomed.)

All submissions must be received by February 1, 2012
Send up to 12 images for consideration.

Submission fees (for up to 12 images):
$16 for non-subscribers

Submission guidelines:

A well-established, independent and reader-supported photography journal currently celebrating its 25th year of publication, SHOTS Magazine reaches an international community of photographers, educators, galleries, museums, collectors and other fine art photography enthusiasts.

residency / fellowship

Curator’s residency program 2012
•Application Deadline


Terms and conditions:
- The residency is open to curators and theoreticians in the field of contemporary art of Czech nationality.
- Sufficient knowledge of English language is requested.
- 5 weeks residency must take place between March 1st until May 31st 2012.

Please send your updated CV and research project/exhibition proposal of maximum 2 pages in English, in .doc or .pdf (up to 10Mb), by email to virginia[@] . Resident will be selected only upon quality of the research project/exhibition proposal.

Results of the open call will be announced by February 15th 2012. The selected resident will be informed via email and result will be also announced online.

For further information and/or questions, please contact Virginia Vargolska - residency program coordinator : virginia[@]

FUTURA - Center for contemporary art provides accommodation, Residency Unlimited offers professional support and assistance, Czech center New York covers travel costs. Per diems are not included. FUTURA can assist applicants in the search for grants, which would cover further costs – initiative is however essential. Besides, the curatorial project developped during the residency will be finalized with an exhibition part of Karlin Studios 2013 program.

festival / biennial

Call for entries: artists' long format film
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We are looking for a quality, original idea that will appeal to a large audience and be delivered as a long format film by the full range of creative talent in both film and dance/performance that is available in the UK and beyond. We envisage the commissioned film-maker/s as being willing to explore the boundaries within the chosen film genre and its relationship to the intrinsic qualities of dance and/or performance within film.

We are looking for exciting, feasible proposals that can be made with a development and production budget of between approximately £120K and £400K.

We are looking for projects from artists and film makers who demonstrate the ability to conceive and deliver an extremely strong film, for a highly competitive marketplace.

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Presented by Portland Green Cultural Projects, FLAMIN and the Hayward Gallery, ALFF (artists' long format film) is the working abbreviation for a commission for a film in any genre; creative documentary, drama, artists' film, cinematic essay or animation, which uses dance/performance as a driver.

The commission is inspired by the recent critical successes of artists' long format films which have clearly demonstrated the range of contemporary performance styles that can be used effectively in long format films and still attract a mainstream audience.

workshop / education / training

Hegel and Spinoza, negativity in contemporary theory
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Whether under the name of lack, nothingness, non-being, void, splitting,
torsion, or clinamen, the problem of negativity is central to contemporary
philosophy. The hypothesis of this workshop is that many of the current
debates revolving around this key issue—from Lacanians and Deleuzians,
Althusserians and Heideggerians, philosophers of contradiction and
antagonism and thinkers of affirmation and multiplicity—consist in a
productive repetition of one of the crucial controversies of 19th century
thought, summed up by the names ‘Hegel and Spinoza’.

Gregor Moder will present his paper “Hegel and Spinoza. Negativity in
Contemporary Theory,” followed by a response by Pascale Gillot, and
plenty of time for discussion.
Organized by Aaron Schuster, a fellow at ICI Berlin.

For further information and registration please contact
( ).

The Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry is an independent centre for research and culture dedicated to exploring how diverse cultures can be brought into productive rather than pernicious confrontation. It takes 'culture' in a broad sense to include cultures associated with different identities (such as age, class, ethnicity, gender, nationality, race, religion, sexuality), spaces (such as city, internet, work) or discourses (such as art, economics, law, media, politics, science). It understands 'culture' as a contested and problematic notion and remains open to its various meanings in relation to other terms (such as implicit knowledge, nature, signifying practice, structure of feeling, ways of life).

Christinenstr. 18/19,
10119 Berlin

Tel: 030 / 473 7291 10

residency / fellowship

International Fellowship Program for Art and Theory 2012/2013 at Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen
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The program's aims are:
* to promote and relay a critical, socially relevant production of knowledge in art and art theory;
* to produce, through the fellowship projects, qualified discourses on art and society within the local and global contexts;
* to enable the transfer of knowledge between the field of art and other publics outside the art context;
* to facilitate the exchange between cultural producers in the visual arts and beyond (creating a network of experts.)

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The fellows are selected by a jury of experts following an open call for applications. They come to Büchsenhausen for one or two semesters to work on realizing their submitted projects or research, and accompany this process with public events. For this purpose, Büchsenhausen offers a monthly stipend, a production budget, working spaces, free lodging, and artistic and technical advice.

Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen invites visual and media artists, art critics, theorists, and curators to apply for a fellowship in 2012–2013. Candidates can apply for one semester (October 1, 2012 – February 15, 2013 or February 18, 2013 - June 28, 2013). The fellowship can be split across two semesters.

The closing date for submissions is February 3, 2012 (postmark).

With its Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen promotes internationally relevant artistic production, research, and discussion in the region of Tyrol. The program is based on the idea of generating and maintaining a context for production and discussion, in which artists and theorists can connect and reflect on international art and societal discourses in relation to local topics and issues. At the same time, it affords the opportunity for an artistic laboratory of experimentation, where new artistic practices and strategies may be tried out.

residency / fellowship

European Media Artists in Residence Exchange EMARE MEXICO 2012
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The European Media Art Network and its partners provide residencies between April and Septembre 2012 in Mexico, England, Germany, France and the Netherlands with support of the European Commission's Culture 2007-2013 Programme, the Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes Mexico, the Goethe Institute Mexico, the Centro Cultural Alemán de San Luis Potosí, the City of Utrecht, the Arts Council of England and the regional municipalities of Saxony-Anhalt in Germany and Centre in France.

Mexican based Media Artists in the fields of digital media including internet and computer based art, filmmakers, sound and video artists are invited to apply for a two months artist residency at IMPAKT, Utrecht, Netherlands; Bandits Mages, Bourges, France; FACT, Liverpool, United Kingdom or at Werkleitz Centre for Media Arts in Halle, Germany. European Artists can apply for a two months residency at Centro Multimedia in Mexico City and Centro de Arte y Nuevas Technologias (CANTE) in San Luis Potosi.

Students are not permitted, but young artists encouraged. EMARE MEXICO includes a grant of 2.000 Euro, free accommodation, up to 900 Euro travel expenses, access to the technical facilities and media labs and a professional presentation. In addition participating artists of 2012 will take part at the move forward exhibition 5.- 21. 10. 2012 in Halle (Saale) Germany and all artists participating 2012 and 2013 will take part at the final exhibition as part of the Transitio_MX Festival in Mexico City in Octobre 2013. Entries should be submitted online and have to upload a CV, (audio) visual reference projects documentation and a proposal sketch for the project which should be developed within EMARE. Artists with residence in or identity card within Europe and Mexico can contact one of the following institutions for further details before starting the online submission.

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residency / fellowship

•Application Deadline


221A Artist Run Centre is seeking project proposals from curators commencing late 2012. 221A has implemented the curatorial residencies program to encourage a diversity of curatorial approaches to this nascent interdisciplinary field. Emerging and professional curators and curatorial collectives are encouraged to submit which may include recent graduates and practicing artists, designers and architects. Projects may include exhibitions, performances, publications, talks or workshops. Proposals should discuss a viewpoint, theory, or approach that the project hopes to foster as well as include its relation to the organizations mandate.

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221A Artist Run Centre is a non-profit organization that supports and facilitates dialogue between contemporary art and design. 2012 will mark the organizations fourth year of programming artistic and curatorial practices in Canada. Since its inception in 2005, the organization has quickly become a foothold for ‘Critical Design’ – an emerging field of contemporary art that seeks out a wider space for work that examines and challenges the application and implementation of design. The activity of design has been increasingly limited to market-oriented practices, where designers are left without a critical space for investigation around the lived effect of designed graphics, products and architecture – the use and development of social codes and conventions. 221A maintains assertive efforts to pay above CARFAC rates to curators and contemporary artists who work with or around these capacities.

residency / fellowship

Call for Proposals 2012 Cheng Long International Environmental Art Project in Taiwan, “What’s for Dinner?”
•Application Deadline


Artists from all countries are invited to send a proposal for a site-specific outdoor sculpture installation to be created during a 26-day artist in residency (April 11 – May 7, 2012) in Cheng Long, a small rural village near the southwestern coast of Taiwan in Kouhu Township,Yunlin County. This art project is an expansion of the 2010 and 2011 Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Projects, going into the Village as well as the Wetlands. The selected artists will work with elementary school children and community residents to create large-scale sculpture installations focused on the theme of “What’s for Dinner?” The artworks should reflect on environmental issues surrounding food production and emphasize organic aquaculture. Artworks will be in village public spaces, on abandoned buildings, and in the wetlands nature preserve, and artists will use recycled materials and natural materials to create their artworks that will stay on exhibition through 2013.

Residency in Taiwan: April 8 – May 7, 2012

Selected Artists Receive: NT50,000 (US$1,662), round trip economy airfare, accommodations and meals for 26 days in Taiwan, local transportation, volunteer help to find materials and make the artworks
Send the following by email to Curator, Jane Ingram Allen,

1.Description of your proposed sculpture installation giving estimated size and materials (1 page .doc or .pdf ).
2.Sketch of your proposed work as a .jpg or .pdf file (less1 MG )
3.Images and image list (title, date made, dimensions, materials/media, and where located) of 6 previous outdoor sculpture installations (6 .jpg files each less than 1MG in size)
4. CV (.doc or .pdf file)
5.Contact information: Name, Present Address, Nationality, Email address and Website (.doc or .pdf file)
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film / video screening

art:screen - open call for video works
•Application Deadline


art:screen is now open for submissions.

art:screen is interested in receiving new entries for art:screen fest
2012 and future curatorial projects.
art:screen has gained a good reputation for its quality of programming
therefore we often get invitations from video art festivals or screening
events to curate programmes.

art:screen is looking for new, innovative and contemporary works and we
only consider entries made by emerging and established artists that is
art-form committed and is suitable to show as a single-channel

For more information and entry form, see webpage below.


Tornfalkgatan 132
703 49 Örebro

• Discipline: Video art
• Offered program: art:screen fest 2012 and future curatorial screenings
• Eligibility:emerging and established artists
• Paid by artist: No entry fee
• Paid by host: No payment for screened works

festival / biennial

ClipAward - low & no budget short film festival
•Application Deadline


The conditions for participation:

Productions costs:
max. EUR 50/min in the NO BUDGET SECTION and max. EUR 500/min LOW BUDGET SECTION
the maximum length is 15 minutes
the shorts have to be subtitled in German/English.
Entry deadline is February 10th, 2012.

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ClipAward addresses independent filmmakers from all over the world who work under low & nobudget conditions.
Today's highly advanced digital recording and film processing technology brings about a variety of new opportunities for nearly everybody to try out his or her filmic talent. A new generation of filmmakers takes advantage of the constantly decreasing production costs and realizes short movies that are formally developed and sophisticated in content, being far from inferior to commercial productions. Rather, the financial constraints set free the creative potentials of filmmakers and yield astonishing results.

The festival offers a platform and a network to promote their short films, thus making them accessible to a wider public. From absurd to documental, from humorous to thoughtful - extraordinary filmic moments will be awaiting the festival audience from March 16 to 18, 2012 in the splendid baroque castle of Mannheim, Germany.


What's Your Project? Free Advertising Space for Project/Space Announcements in E-Artnow!
•Application Deadline


Deadline: February 11, 2012
Title: What's Your Project?
Institution: AC Institute
Location: New York, NY
Discipline: Art, Interdisciplinary
Offered Program: Free Advertising Space for Project/Space Announcements in E-Artnow
Frequency: Throughout the year
Eligibility: Individual or non-profit 501(c)3
Paid by Artist: None
Paid by Host: Advertising Space in E-Artnow

The AC Institute’s mission is to advance the understanding of the arts through investigation, research and education. It is a lab and forum for experimentation and critical discussion. We support and develop projects that explore a performative exchange across visual, sonic, verbal and experiential disciplines. We encourage critical writing that challenges conventional expectations of meaning and objectivity as well as the boundaries between the rational and subjective.

The AC Institute is donating advertising space throughout 2012 to individuals and non-profit organizations for the weekly e-artnow online press release. If you would like to be considered, please submit your project announcements, including web-based works and links to online videos, or your pop-up project space listing to submissions[@] Send one image (740 x 620 pixels) and 570 characters announcing your art space, open call or experimental text/project by February 11, 2012.

publication / archive

Triple Canopy - Call for proposals 2012
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Triple Canopy welcomes artist projects that treat the Internet as a medium and seek to develop ideas that engage with—but reach beyond—its specific qualities and attendant modes of readership and viewership. Which is to say we’re most excited by projects that present original artwork made for the Web, but are not necessarily Net art...

In part because Triple Canopy is an online journal, we’re most interested in writing that, in its form, considers and utilizes the Internet as a medium with its own specific qualities and attendant modes of readership. This may mean thinking beyond the strictures of linear narrative or deliberately incorporating visual and audio media. That said, quality prose, an original (or patently unoriginal) approach to poetry and cross-genre writing, and compelling subject matter are of utmost interest to us, and there’s no need to embellish a great piece of writing with hyperlinks and YouTube clips...

Triple Canopy is an online magazine, workspace, and platform for editorial and curatorial activities. Working collaboratively with writers, artists, and researchers, Triple Canopy facilitates projects that engage the Internet’s specific characteristics as a public forum and as a medium, one with its own evolving practices of reading and viewing, economies of attention, and modes of interaction. In doing so, Triple Canopy is charting an expanded field of publication, drawing on the history of print culture while acting as a hub for the exploration of emerging forms and the public spaces constituted around them. Triple Canopy is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.


call for papers / texts

The 13th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology (ICLASP)
•Application Deadline


The International Association of Language and Social Psychology (IALSP) aims to ensure the continuity and development of biennial international conferences (ICLASPs) that serve important functions of: exchange of ideas; establishing and extending contacts; facilitating collaborative research projects; and sharing experiences among colleagues from a variety of disciplines and professions from around the world.

This conference will bring together scholars from different disciplines who explore language and communication in their social contexts using both quantitative and qualitative methods. The focus is mainly on aspects such as identities, perceptions, attitudes, beliefs, values, motivations, norms, behaviour, policies and so on in their individual and intergroup contexts.

Topics covered in previous conferences include language and health communication; language learning; bilingualism & multilingualism; language and discrimination, interpersonal, intercultural, interethnic and intergroup communication; nonverbal communication; miscommunication and communication failure; discourse analysis; language and ageing; language and mass media; language and humour; language and gender; language and authority; language and tourism; language and technology; language and security; endangered, regional and minority languages; language planning; and so on (see

Further Info: or
Submission:Send to: with “ICLASP 13 submission” in the subject line


SEGD Global Design Awards Program
•Application Deadline


Submission form:

Exceptional environmental graphic design is recognized in the annual SEGD Global Design Awards Program, illustrating the pandisciplinary nature of visual communications in the built environment. Winning projects have included complex wayfinding systems, branding and identity work, retail and interior projects, exhibition design, and public art installations.

residency / fellowship

Kamiyama Artist in Residence
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Creating “Global Kamiyama” is the main purpose behind the KAIR Project. Our hope is that the artists will produce works full of originality, influenced by the experience of spending time amidst the timeless nature of Kamiyama, deep in the Japanese countryside, and inspiration from interacting with the friendly local people. Through the works created by the artists as they come into contact with the tangible and intangible ‘God’s Mountain’ (the meaning of ’Kamiyama’), we hope to be able to discover what impact ‘encounters with the unknown’ has upon the artists and the community itself.

August 20 - November 6, 2012

3 artists

Applications are required to submit the documents listed to the e-mail address below.
Applicants are also asked to write required documents in either Japanese or English.

Further Info:
Creating "Global Kamiyama",


out put award
•Application Deadline


About the competition:

Checklist for submissions - only for students:

Entry fee per work: 30 Euro

:output is a non-profit organisation in Amsterdam. The goal of the foundation is to support young talents and provide a platform for the exchange of ideas on design education and the design profession.

We ...

... organize the competition :output calls for input
... publish the yearbook :output with the best works of students around the world.
... organize the biannual design conference "What matters"
... connect industry and design education through innovation projects (:output lab)
... build an international network of design education

You can support the :output foundation and its goals by becoming a friend of :output. As a friend of :output you get every year the new issue of the yearbook :output for free and can participate in the competition without paying entry fees.


•Application Deadline


Submission guidelines:

Submission form:

The jury, is composed by international experts
in graphics and communication: Giorgio Camuffo,
Wladimir Marnich, Designpolitie, Erola Boix, Anthony Burrill, Demian Conrad,
Bo Lundberg,Peter Orntoft, Patrick Thomas, Trapped in Suburbia

It’s possible to partecipate to the contest singly or in groups
(in that case, the name of a referent is required), sending at most
two works.
For both works it is possible to attach a description of
500 characters maximum. It will be possible to upload the projects
only following the instructions on the website, respecting the
following features: dimension: 50 x 70 cm, at a 150dpi resolution:
(2953 X 4134 pixel,max 5000 kb),vertical format

Posterheroes is a project by plug, a no-profit cultural association which bore from the sinergy of people with different capabilities and experiences, all connected by the common aim to sentisize public awarness and to solicit the debate on issues with a high social impact. Behind the scene: graphic designers, architects, students and other professionals.

film / video screening

•Application Deadline


Call for video works and films to be screened in the session in 2012.

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Altes Finanzamt

residency / fellowship

•Application Deadline


Costs: Studio and living space rent is 412 Eur/month (June-September) and
312 Eur/month (October-December), including all taxes, use of equipment,
communal spaces, bicycles and the minivan.

Grants: No grants are currently available; selected candidates are issued
a letter of support for individual grant seeking.

Dates and duration of the residencies: 1 to 4 months between June 1 and
December 31, 2012. The recommended duration of a residency is 2 months.

Conditions: The Colony provides the necessary living and social conditions
to ensure a comfortable and unobtrusive coexistence of the five
artists-in-residence. Each of the five residencies is set out on two
floors with 65 sq. m of floor space and features all the necessary facilities.

The colony is situated about 600 metres away from the sand dunes, and a short walk from the beach. For a list of available equipment, see

Nida Art Colony's remote location and beautiful surrounding landscape
provide the time and inspiring solitude missing from modern urban life. A
residency in Nida will meet your expectations if:
the intensity of urban life--curators, openings, presentations--consumes
all of your time and leaves you without energy to concentrate on artistic

you are working with site-specific projects involving local communities,
reflecting on the natural and/or cultural environment;
you love coincidences and want to meet artists from all over the world in
order to collaborate with them now or in the future;
you need a large space for experiments--the whole forest and beach can be
your studio.

To get a sense of Colony life and to see A.I.R. portfolios from Spring
2011 please check the Nida Art Colony Log at

call for papers / texts

With Humorous Intent
•Application Deadline


Organised by Lee Campbell, PhD researcher, in conjunction with Politicized Practice Research Group, Loughborough University School of the Arts in cooperation with Mostyn, Llandudno. To coincide with ‘Ha Ha Road’, Mostyn, 03 December 2011 – 11 March 2012.

Read full text of the open call:

Call for paper-based presentations, playful provocations and serious badinage to be included in a two-day symposium interrogating the deployment of humour within contemporary art practices.

2 – 4 March 2012
Mostyn, Llandudno, North Wales, UK

art event

Engage Project 2012
•Application Deadline


The purpose of the encounter is to explore Bucharest city combining individual investigations with a collective process consisting of daily meetings and conversations. The invited artists are encouraged to enter the project through the perspective of their own art-practice. They key issues of the project are ideas of inside(r)/ outside(r), separate/ integrated, subject/ object. During the course of the project the participants will live together in close accommodations provided by Bucharest Air.

The project is dialogue based: It is about being in a dialogue with the city and with the other participants of the engage collective. The participants are not expected to make work during the time of the project.
Engage 2012 Dates: 16th -25th March 2012

Location: Bucharest, Romania

Discipline: Artists working across varied mediums

Program: 10 day collaborative research session between 6-9 artists
Eligibility: We prefer participants have never been to Bucharest before, are communicative and socially aware, who can speak reasonably good English (since this will be the primary language used) and are hungry, happy, passionate and adventurous.

Costs: This is an artist-initiative. Participants are expected to cover their own travel expenses plus €175 towards housing and food. These are the basic, minimum costs for the project; it is a non-profit endeavour.

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festival / biennial

Junge Hunde ID Festival 2012
•Application Deadline


The Junge Hunde Festival in 2012 is a festival with the main purpose to help and nourish young emerging artists from the alternative performing arts, to develop talent, and to create a platform for the new generation of artists, nationally and internationally. This year the theme of the festival is InterDisciplinary Performing Arts.

We call for applications from a wide spectre such as: Dance, modern opera, installations, performing arts, performance lectures, video art – all with an interdisciplinary/cross overfocus.
The show has to be international, and if you are applying with a language based performance – you should prepare an international version. It is possible to apply for a small economic production support, either for new production, making of international version or other kinds of re-premiering.

The Junge Hunde ID Festival is a network meeting with master classes, workshops,discussions, process analyses etc. Therefore it is a demand that the participants are willing and have the possibility to stay at the festival for minimum 5 days, and all the performances will be presented twice at the festival. Application form is available on our website from 17th of November 2011, and to this form you shall attach:

• Description of the project (1 page).
• CV on all artistic crew (1 page per persons).
• Budget/financial plan.
• Video material from the relevant project or/and earlier productions.

Junge Hunde covers travel and accommodation as well as a small per diem
for all participants.

For more information please contact hannah(at)


Apexart: Unsolicited Proposal Program
•Application Deadline


This year, three proposals with the highest ratings will be presented the following season at apexart in NYC, and the full tally of results (where your proposal ranked) will be available online to all submitters. We appreciate your interest in our programs.

Submission details:

• Submissions are limited to 500 words maximum, emphasizing and explaining the idea behind the show, and up to four images.

• No catalogs, resumés, cv, or other support materials will be accepted.

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apexart's Unsolicited Proposal program is an opportunity for anyone, from anywhere, to submit an exhibition proposal to us. From January 17 - February 17, apexart will accept 500-word, idea-based exhibition proposals online for consideration by an international group of more than 100 individuals composed of artists, curators, writers, professionals, and people from other fields.

Online course

Art Vs Law: An inherent Conflict?
•Application Deadline


Lecturer: Alan Cunnigham, Ph.D. in Intellectual Property Law and Theory

This course will provide a better understanding of issues concerning certain forms of contemporary art and copyright law, specifically topics related to appropriation, contractual issues and moral rights.

Beginning with a historical and philosophical exploration of the emergence of the political act of appropriation in art, it moves to then examining how the law has intervened when it has been felt - by artists or others - that certain appropriations are 'too much' and concludes with practical lessons for the artist about utilizing copyright and contract law to facilitate their practice instead of letting such laws restrict or prevent it.

Node Center for Curatorial Studies - Berlin

Duration: 23rd February - 22nd March 2012

Application Deadline: 17th February 2012

Participation Fee: 125€

For full information:

residency / fellowship

Culture Lab & ISIS Arts Residency Programme
•Application Deadline


Culture Lab and ISIS Arts are excited to be launching their second joint, open call for a Resident in 2012. Proposals are invited from practitioners and researchers from across the spectrum of creative art, design and technology to undertake research in Culture Lab for a minimum of 3 weeks between 1 April – 14 December 2012.

An interest in one of the following topics is desirable but applications are also invited from candidates with other interests:

- Data Visualisation / Interactive Visualisation

- New Ways of Interaction and Communication

- Audiovisual and Sound Interfaces/ Biofeedback Applications

- Digital Fabrication

- Social, Cultural and Ethical Practice of Emerging Technologies

How to apply:

Institution: Culture Lab

Email: Sarah.Greenhalgh[@]

Location: Newcastle, England

Discipline: Artists and Researchers in creative art, design and technology
Eligibility: Open to international applicants

Fee of £2500 paid by host

workshop / education / training

Citizen Art Days - workshops sign up
•Application Deadline


Citizen Art Days offers:
Workshops, lectures, discussions and city excursions with and from artists for all who are interested. Creative work and exchange. The topics are: economy, sustainability and living together in the public space of Berlin

Sign up here:

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Cooperative Art Strategies and Participatory Potential in the Public Space

Potsdamer Str. 91
10785 Berlin

From February 19 to 26, 2012, the Citizen Art Days pilot project will take place in Berlin’s public space and the Freies Museum Berlin. The project has been initiated by the “Parallel Worlds” artist group (Stefan Krüskemper, María Linares and Kerstin Polzin) with support from the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (“German Federal Agency for Civic Education”).

At Citizen Art Days renowned artists and urban actors examine Berlin's public space together with interested citizens using artistic strategies. Growing segregation within the social space leads to the erosion of the "public space" as a location for social communication and democratic processes.

The Citizen Art Days will be officially launched on Sunday February 19, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. in the Freies Museum Berlin and will include a Bastelperformance (“Handicraft Performance”) by the philosopher Hanno Depner.

residency / fellowship

Designers in Residence programme - Design Museum
•Application Deadline


The brief for Designers in Residence 2012 has been set by Deyan Sudjic, Director of the Design Museum:

'It is more difficult to design a product worth £10 than it is to design the same product worth £1000. The limitations of economy require resourceful, inspired and intelligent use of material and processes and a successful project is often a more creative and fully resolved outcome.
We invite product, furniture, graphic, spatial or interaction designers to explore the idea of economy and resourcefulness in an object, an environment or an experience for their Designers in Residence 2012 proposal.'

Application form:

To submit your entry for Designers in Residence 2012 fill in the online application form and send by email to Or post to Designers in Residence 2012, Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD.

The Design Museum continues to support the next generation of designers and creatives with its Designers in Residence programme. The exhibition showcases the work of young designers at the beginning of their careers offering the opportunity to interact and engage with the public, whilst using this platform as a test-bed for ideas, designs and innovations. Recent alumni have included Giles Miller, Asif Khan and Bethan Laura Wood.

The deadline for entries is 5pm on Monday 20 February 2012.


HACK THE CITY - Call for Proposals
•Application Deadline


We are seeking proposals for:

Mass-participation experiments
New products/services/start-ups
Visualizations, maps and mashups

Application form:


We welcome projects that come with external funding. The maximum amount of budgetary support available for each approved application is €5,000. Each project must be delivered within this maximum production budget, which should include all fees, materials, shipping and travel costs as well as any other cost that may arise from participation in Hack the City. Please note that the production budget available for event-based proposals is significantly less and support will be given on a case-by-case basis.

Calling all hackers, makers, doers, data nerds, hobbyists, artists, citizen scientists, tech geeks, activists, edgy engineers and DIY urban planners...

Science Gallery is seeking proposals for its 2012 flagship exhibition HACK THE CITY launching in June 2012. HACK THE CITY is curated by Teresa Dillon - Lead Curator/Researcher & artist, Linda Doyle - Director of CTVR, Josh Klein - TED Speaker and author of Hacking Work, Martin Kelly - IBM Venture Capital Group and Michael John Gorman - Director of Science Gallery.


2012 Voies Off Prize
•Application Deadline


No restriction regarding age or nationality.
Participants in the Voies Off Prize are: all amateur or professional
photographers, artists, associations, collectives, groups, galleries,
agencies, or schools... using photography as their medium.
A commission will select the applications presenting originality and a
personal approach. The works must be organized as a series showing
coherent thinking developed through a theme, a personal vision.
The main criterion considered by the commission will be a personal and
creative vision.


Submission fee: 25 euro

For the past 17 years, Voies Off has offered an alternative approach to
emerging contemporary photography, its particularities, its evolutions, and
its areas of resistance.

Voies Off night projections during the opening week of the Rencontres d’Arles
festival (first full week in July) have become an international reference for the
discovery of emerging authors and the alternative venue that it creates for
international photographic creation.

Year after year, the selected themes have met the evolutions of our
contemporary world with a critical eye. Over twenty different nationalities are
represented at each festival. Every year over sixty candidates are selected
for the programme of the night-projections.

Every July, the Voies Off prize is awarded by a jury of renowned professionals to an artist for the clarity of his/her vision and the high quality of his/her work. The current amount of the prize is 2,500 euros.

workshop / education / training

Generator.x 3.0 : from code to atoms
•Application Deadline


This openLAB is the first masterclass on Digital Fabrication at iMAL and in Brussels. With an emphasis on forms generated by code, it will culminate with an exhibition featuring the participants' works.

Together, we will explore how dynamic software processes can be combined with digital fabrication to produce physical objects, opening new fields for artists, designers, architects, developers and other creative people.

Practically, we will be using 3D Printers (Makerbots), a laser cutter machine and a CNC milling machine. The workshop will be hands-on and geared towards producing projects ready for exhibition at the end of the lab.

The openLAB will be led by the Norwegian artist Marius Watz.

Call for participation deadline : January 20th
Workshop / Production Lab: February 18-24th
Exhibition: February 25-26th

iMAL (interactive Media Art Laboratory), is a non-profit association created in Brussels in 1999, with the objective to support artistic forms and creative practices using computer and network technologies as their medium. In 2007, iMAL opened its new venue: a Centre for Digital Cultures and Technology of about 600m2 for the meeting of artistic, scientific and industrial innovations. A space entirely dedicated to contemporary artistic and cultural practices emerging from the fusion of computer, telecommunication, network and media.

Read more:

Registration form:

festival / biennial

International open call for the curator of the 4th edition of “Narracje – Interventions and Installations in Public Space” Festival in Gdansk, Poland
•Application Deadline


- minimum 5 years of documented experience as a curator having organized international artistic festivals or other artistic activities in open public space, or having organized at least 3 international festivals or other artistic activities in open public space during the last 10 years,
- ability to visit Gdansk during preparations for the Festival from March to November 2012 and constant presence in Gdańsk during the Festival,
- fluent command of English.
Entries will be accepted from individual candidates or curatorial collectives by 21 February 2012 via e-mail to: or regular mail to the Organizer’s address: Gdańsk 2016, Długi Targ 39/40, 80-830 Gdańsk, Poland.
The competition Rules and Regulations, additional information about the requirements towards the candidates and documents to be attached to the candidate’s entry are available on the Organizer’s website

Gdansk 2016 and Gdansk City Gallery announce the international open call for the curator of NARRACJE Festival (scheduled for 15-18 November 2012).
Narracje Festival is a presentation of large scale projections on buildings and all kinds of creative, innovative and unusual artistic activities taking place in public space within the Festival map. More info about the Festival:

Candidates are welcome to visit Gdansk and inquire about its historical, political and cultural context prior to submitting their entries.

credits: photo by Michal Andrysiak
in the photo: Dominik Busch, Artificial Art Blossoms

project proposal / project support

Call for partner institutions - ART TRANSPARENT Contemporary Art Foundation
•Application Deadline


For the project we are looking for partners (3-6) from EU and Croatia – organisations, institutions active in the field of contemporary art and providing also educational programs (events, talks, lecturs, workshops) for their target group. We are interested in cooperation with different partners, dealing also with diverse audience (city, village, adults, seniors ect.) and using different methods.
The aim of the project is to learn from each other exchange the best practises in Europe.

Topics of activity:
- Contemporary visual art
- Art in public spaces
- Transformation of public space in different European countries
- Life long learning
- Buiding partnership between organisations providing cultural education
- Exploring the landscapes of institutions dealing contemporary art in Europe

Read more:

and contact:
Paulina Maloy paulina.maloy[@], skype: paulina.poznanska

ART TRANSPARENT Contemporary Art Foundation was originated in 2005 in Wrocław. People who are involved in its work are specialists in a variety of fields: artists and lecturers associated with the Wrocław Academy of Fine Arts, psychologists and specialists in the area of social sciences. The Foundation’s goals regarding contemporary art and social topics are being achieved by means of local and national projects as well as own initiatives and attempts to consolidate the artistic and intellectual environment around current social and art problems.

Since 2005 ART TRANSPARENT organizes the SURVIVAL Art Review /, and since 2007 runs the Contemporary Art Gallery in the former studio of professor Eugeniusz Geppert ‘Mieszkanie Gepperta’ (Geppert;s Apartment) /

residency / fellowship

HMK {Hotel MariaKapel} - LASTMINUTE residency
•Application Deadline


This spring, HMK opens up a short window of opportunity for visual artists who have an extraordinary project lying around, just waiting to be executed.

If selected, your residency starts on March 1st, and will be finished on Sunday April 1st, with a finissage. HMK will help you find the networks and resources necessary to complete your work and offers you full and free use of all residency facilities, an empty chapel, a small production budget of 1000 Euros, and a travel reimbursement of (up to) 500 Euros. HMK will also take care of PR and the finissage.

Last year, Edwin Stolk was selected for HMK's LASTMINUTE residency. During his stay at HMK, he further developed his concept of 'The Organisation' and used the MariaKapel as his main office.
To apply for the HMK LASTMINUTE residency, send your applicationform to office[@] before February 21st. Application guidelines can be and Applicationform can be found at our website.

Call deadline: 21st February 2012
Residency: 1 March – 1 April 2012

HMK {Hotel MariaKapel}
Korte Achterstraat 6
1621 GA Hoorn NL

HMK is an artist-run residency and project space in Hoorn, a 16th century town by the IJsselmeer, just 40 km north of Amsterdam. In the old center of the town, in a mediaeval orphanage with adjacent inner garden and Maria Chapel, HMK receives artists from all over the world.

Hotel Mariakapel has grown from the ideal to create a concentrated work- and presentation place, where dialogue and collaboration inform experimental, context-based visual art projects. It was set up and is still run by a dedicated team of artists, assisted by local and international volunteers.

residency / fellowship

•Application Deadline


The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) is calling for applications from artists and science and research organisations for the 2012 Synapse Residency program. Now in its seventh round, the program is a core element of the Synapse initiative of the Australia Council for the Arts and ANAT, which supports collaboration between artists and scientists.

The residencies are open to Australian artists with a demonstrated interest in science working in any discipline and/or medium. Australian-based residencies of 16 weeks’ duration that take place during the 2012 calendar year will be supported.

To ensure a good fit between the artist and host organisation, a joint application must be submitted. It is the responsibility of the project partners to establish contact and to identify the nature of the proposed collaboration prior to application. Those with existing relationships are strongly encouraged to apply. The Synapse residencies have a creative research focus and it is not expected that they will result in the production of new work. The residencies may also be approached as a platform for testing and informing a more comprehensive, longer-term research project suitable for submission to the ARC Synapse Linkage program.

Guidelines, including an application form, can be downloade:
Tel +61 8 8231 9037

festival / biennial

18th MEDIA CITY, MAY 22-26, 2012
•Application Deadline


Entrants may submit an unlimited number of works on compilations or separate DVDs/tapes. Complete an entry form for each title submitted. It is not necessary to include still photos with entries. Receipt of entries will not be acknowledged. Preview materials will not be returned. Do not use UPS, use airmail or another courier. Entrants will be notified of results before April 1, 2012. Work selected to Media City receives an exhibition fee of CAD 100 (<15 min), CAD 150 (15-29 min) or CAD 200 (>30 min). CAD 1750 prize money available to award-winning work; all work selected to Media City is eligible for competition.

Complete the downloaded form (on your computer or by hand) and send it with your entry:

More Info:


Women on the World Competition
•Application Deadline


Women on the World Competition
The inaugural Women on the World Cartoon Awards (WoW) is open to all women cartoonists worldwide over the age of 18 years. WoW is designed to offer women cartoon artists a unique opportunity to express themselves within the cartooning arena. Entries should convey a woman's social comment on world issues today.

WoW is aimed at promoting women and women's issues, cartooning generally and Australia's only cartoon gallery – The Bunker Cartoon Gallery of Coffs Harbour.

Entrants into WoW agree to donate all works entered into the Rotary Cartoon Collection for exhibition at the Bunker Cartoon Gallery in Coffs Harbour or other galleries throughout Australia. Entrants agree to allow their works to be exhibited, copied, reproduced onto promotional items and offered for sale at the discretion of the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour City any time in the future.

Women on the World Competition

WoW Cartoon Awards
Bunker Cartoon Gallery
Locked Bag 155
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450 Australia

The entry judged to be the winning entry will receive prize money of $1,000 and a medallion. Two merit awards will also be awarded each to the value of $750 each.

Application form:

grants / scholarships

2012 Grants to Organizations / Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
•Application Deadline


Priorities and Criteria

For organizations, our priorities are to:

Assist with the production and presentation of significant programs about architecture and the designed environment in order to promote dialogue, raise awareness, and develop new and wider audiences.

Support them in their effort to take risks in programming and create opportunities for experimentation.

Recognize the vital role they play in providing individuals with a public forum in which to present their work.

Help them to realize projects that would otherwise not be possible without our support.

Overall we are most interested in opportunities which enable us to provide critical support at key points in the development of a project or career.

Read more:

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
Madlener House
4 West Burton Place
Chicago, IL 60610

Grantmaking Focus

Architecture and related spatial practices engage a wide range of cultural, social, political, technological, environmental, and aesthetic issues. We are interested in projects that investigate the contemporary condition, expand historical perspectives, or explore the future of architecture and the designed environment.


•Application Deadline


After three years, it will be time in 2012 to change up the countries participating in the STRABAG Artaward International. Three other core countries of the STRABAG group will replace the previous countries of Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Rpublic. As the home country of STRABAG,Austria remains a permanently participating country. From 2012 to 2014, young artists from Austria, Poland, Russia and Romania will have the opportunity to compete for the STRABAG Artaward International:

Read more:

The Strabag Artaward International is an international subsidy award for artists under the age of forty in the fields of painting and drawing. It is a continuation of the Strabag Artaward that has been awarded to Austrian artists for the past thirteen years and will now include four countries for three years each. From 2009 until 2011, artists from Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia are eligible to participate for the first time.
After the exhibition of the nominated works each of the five nominated artists gets a solo-exhibition at the Artlounge in the Vienna Strabag House. Works by the awarded artists will also be purchased for the collection. The prize-winning artists are then invited to stay as artists-in-residence at the Strabag Artsstudio in the Vienna Strabag House.
Participating countries 2012-2014: Austria, Poland, Russia, Romania.

residency / fellowship

open call for international artists and researchers / culturia / Berlin
•Application Deadline


Residency period
1st May – 31st July

Submission open between
5th February – 26th February

Decision on 4th March

Paid by artists:
225 euro per month

Application form


Requirements and offer

facebook event:

culturia is a residency programme based in Berlin, Germany for artists and researchers who are engaged with alternative ways of producing work. culturia is an intersection of Berlin-based & international artist networks and researchers.

culturia has been building its networks since 2005 and has progressively continued to expand and develop its links with artists and other arts organisations. It started out from a residency that used temporary spaces in Berlin. It developed into an experimental place where the practice of exploring artistic processes became the key concept.

residency / fellowship

Residency Program at the Bemis Center
•Application Deadline


The Residency Program at the Bemis Center was started by artists for artists and is a program that truly trusts artists and seeks to support the creative process. The Residency Program provides support in the form of time, space and monthly stipends to 36 artists per year. Three month residencies allow artists time to reflect, research and take risks. Our famously large live/work studios and installation spaces allow artists to do the work they cannot do elsewhere. Access to on-site facilities and a monthly stipend of $750, to be spent however the artist chooses, allow each artist to concentrate fully on their creative process.

Artists are asked to leave one piece of art and give a twenty minute public lecture about their workThe residency program is designed to be flexible to reflect the unique processes and preferences of individual artists. Opportunities for artists interested in additional public engagement, open studios and lectures are available but these interactions are not

July 2012 - December 2012
Application Deadline: September 30, 2011

January 2013 - June 2013
Application Deadline: February 28, 2012

more info:

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

residency / fellowship

A critical look at Szeemann
•Application Deadline


Pro Helvetia’s liaison offices in Egypt, India and South Africa support 2 types of residencies: studio residencies and research residencies. Swiss artists and cultural practitioners (e.g. curators, event organisers, mediators) in the areas of the visual arts, music, literature, theatre and dance are eligible to apply. In return, Pro Helvetia facilitates residencies in Switzerland for artists and cultural practitioners from the above-mentioned regions.

•Studio residencies (max. three months) can be applied for once a year.
•Research residencies (max. four weeks) can be applied at any time up to three months before the start of the trip.

Pro Helvetia’s liaison offices in Egypt, India and South Africa are supporting residencies lasting several months as well as short research stays. Swiss cultural practitioners from all arts disciplines are offered an opportunity to gain insights and experience in a new cultural environment. Applications for a residency in 2013 can be submitted from now up to the end of February 2012; applications for research stays can be submitted at any time. To apply, go to

Information about our residency locations in foreign countries

Pro Helvetia
Swiss Arts Council
Hirschengraben 22
CH-8024 Zurich
T +41 44 267 71 71
F +41 44 267 71 06

festival / biennial

•Application Deadline


International Videoart Festival - VII Edition
Is now starting the new edition of Magmart, the well-know and wide participated Festival of videoart.
Our call for entry is open to all artists, without limits of age or nationality. We invite you to participate, and to spread the world about - on your blog, your website, among your artist friends, on art-related portal and website of your country.
The Festival is open to all international videoartists. Partecipation is free.
Between all submitted videos, will be done a final selection based on vote of a Jury composed by experts. The 30 selected artworks will become part of CAM permanent collection.
All sended materials don't will be return, and will be stored in the Festival's archive like documentation.

In the form, must be indicate an URL http or ftp for downloading the video (i.e.: and the still-frame from video (i.e.: Http://;
- Is possible to utilize a service for big files transfer, like
Call the files in this way: title_of_video-name_of_author.extension_of_file (i.e.:
The video and the image must be effectively available at indicated URL within the deadline. If required by service you choice, indicate the email address submission (at) to alert us of availability of your files.
Don't send us link to video hosted on YouTube, Vimeo* or similar websites! They don't match our rules! We need your original artwork.
* (Vimeo link are acceptable just if is downloadable an HD version of video)

Further Info:


Drop by Drop - Calling European Artivists
•Application Deadline


Water is life’s most precious resource. Those of us who have it, take it for granted.
Change begins at home -- Drop by drop.
Join us. Make an ad for the UN to inspire others to use water wisely.

DropbyDrop is part of 'The Future We Want': the UN's global conversation on the Rio+20 Conference.

Rules and Regulations


The Future We Want: Drop by Drop

Drop by Drop is an initiative of the UN Regional Information Centre (UNRIC), in partnership with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, and with the support of the Nordic Council of Ministers.

The purpose is to create a print advertisement that inspires others to preserve water, now and for future generations. The competition calls on professionals and non-professionals in 48 European countries to design a newspaper advertisement, using the competition logo, which inspires the European public in a positive way.

festival / biennial

48 Stunden Neukölln - registration deadline
•Application Deadline


Under the device of Terminus:Neukölln, we invite artists to reflect the interesting but yet con-troversial discussed metamorphose of Neukölln. The subject matter is motivated by the 275th anniversary of the Bohemian migration to Rixdorf (Neukölln) on June 15th 1737 and the question what effect immigration has had on Neukölln since 1737.

Various generations of immigrants have settled in Neukölln in search of their own private happi-ness. The question whether they have found their own personal paradise here remains. Also, why have so many artists moved to Neukölln recently – and what impact has this had on life in the district? The public perception of Neukölln varies between hell fire and paradise.

Registration at

Kulturnetzwerk Neukölln e.V.
Karl-Marx-Straße 131
12043 Berlin

Tel. ++49 (0)30 / 68 24 78 21
Fax ++49 (0)30 / 68 24 78 11

From June 15th – 17th 2012, 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN cordially invites artists to participate in the largest festival of arts in Berlin. Our programme consists various artistic activity, such as visual arts events, theatre, dance and performance, as well as readings, guided tours and other cele-brations of diversity.

From now on, artists and those who are interested in participating in the festival can register online. In addition, we ask the residents of Neukölln to share interesting places such as private homes, gardens, patios or empty shops for art projects as part of the 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN.

art event

E-motional Bodies & Cities: Mobility and Networking Grants May 2012 – April 2013
•Application Deadline


APPLY NOW to the Motion Fund of the E-MOTIONAL Bodies & Cities programme! We have 14 mobility and networking grants available for you to travel between Romania – Ireland – Latvia – Cyprus – United Kingdom –Turkey.

Contemporary dance professionals (artists, managers, critics, academics, etc.) from the E-motional countries are welcome to apply for a mobility and networking grant in order to visit and attend specific events (festivals, workshops, international seminars, network meetings, etc.) taking place in the other project countries from May 2012 to April 2013. These visits are expected to be short trips with the purpose of exploring the contemporary dance scene in a specific country, making contacts and possibly planning future projects and exchanges. The duration of the visit shall be between 4-7 days according to each proposal submitted. The grant will cover a portion of the international travel expenses, accommodation and/or per diem to the maximum limit of EUR 1.000.

Over two years, the Motion Fund will offer 20 mobility grants designed to support the networking and the mobility for dance artists and managers interested to visit and attend specific events (festivals, workshops, international seminars, network meetings, etc.) taking place in the targeted countries. These will be short trips aimed at exploring the contemporary dance scene in a specific country, making contacts and envisaging future projects and exchanges.

Application details:

residency / fellowship Residency - Broadcasting offline
•Application Deadline


We are looking for Cultural Producers with an interdisciplinary
approach and affinity to Sound and Radio from different countries
who want to realise artistically and / or theoretically a thematic or
media work in Berlin in April or May 2012. Between 01/04 - 30/04 or
01/05 - 31/05/2012 (in agreement) Our proposal for a Topic is:
"Broadcasting offline". The imperative of radio seems to be the
permanent airing and working with a sender. This is worded
consciously in a naive way since the matter is to put into question
exactly this media topos of the radio, the broadcasting with a
broadcaster. William S. Burroughs was testing broadcasting without
a broadcaster like revolution, wasn't he? Our interest focuses
especially on processual dispositions which not necessarily end up
in a track, a recording or a radio program but which could be

Full text of the open call:

• institution: top e.V.
• e-mail address: Residency - radio(at)
• location: Berlin
• web address:
• Discipline: Radio Art / Radio Theory
• offered program: 1-Hour-Radioslot on a Berlin frequency, Action or
Exhibition Space in a gallery, additional live stream will be available
after consultation, Flyer, Accomodation in a city flat, documentation
• frequency: April or May
• Eligibility: open
• Paid by artist: 600,00 euro

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