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  • September 2018
    The Cultural Trends Special Double Issue May/July 2019 will be devoted to Audience Data and Research: Perspectives from Scholarship, Policy, Management and Practice. The issue aims to stimulate new critical debate on the potential of emerging audience research methods and approaches to provide fresh insights into questions of experiential enrichment and cultural value. The deadline for the submission of papers is 14 December 2018. (full details)
  • September 2018
    New York University's Tisch School of the Arts invites applications for its groundbreaking MA in Arts Politics which offers an intensive one-year experience that expands the possibilities of cultural production by exploring the interplay between critical theory and creative practice. The application deadline is 15 January 2019. (full details)
  • September 2018
    The Marc de Montalembert Foundation, in association with the French Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA), awards the annual Marc de Montalembert Prize to support a research project whose results constitute an original contribution to the knowledge of the arts of the Mediterranean world. The deadline for applications is 30 November 2018. (full details)
  • September 2018
    Trieste Contemporanea has announced the third edition of the SQUEEZE IT contest, challenging the talent of artists and young professionals from the European Union and the CEI countries that are under the age of 30 and intend to work at the crossroads of three languages: theatre, visual arts and information technologies. The deadline for application is 12 November 2018. (full details)
  • August 2018
    The Institute for Sociological, Political and Juridical Research (ISPJR) at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, Macedonia announces a call for papers for the second issue of its international scientific journal Annual in 2018. The deadline for the submission of papers is 15 October 2018. (full details)
  • August 2018
    For the past seven years, the South African Africa Centre's Artists in Residency programme has successfully awarded 69 African artists with residency opportunities around the world. Applications are open until 15 October 2018. (full details)
  • July 2018
    In 2019, the Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society (JAMLS) would like to devote an issue of its 49th volume to bridging the gap between arts management and organizational theory. This special issue aims to expand scholarship and engage with a diversity of approaches to theorizing arts organizations. Submission deadline is 29 October 2018. (full details)
  • July 2018
    On 5 June 2018, the Commission released a Call for Proposals to select an organisation or consortium that can organise and implement the European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) for the next three years, 2019 - 2021. The deadline for proposals is 14 September 2018. (full details)
  • July 2018
    European Connections in Digital Art (EUCIDA) is a project led by South Dublin Arts Centre Company Ireland, in partnership with Le Département du Territoire de Belfort (France) and Rezeknes Novada Pasvaldiba (Latvia). EUCIDA calls on digital artists and cultural workers to take part in European Mobility visits. The deadline for submissions is 30 November 2018. (full details)
  • June 2018
    To implement the 2018 Preparatory Action: Music Moves Europe: Boosting European Music Diversity and Talent, the Commission launched four different calls, aiming to test suitable actions with a view to more targeted EU support for music post-2020. One of the calls is dedicated to online and offline distribution. The deadline for applications is 10 September 2018. (full details)
  • June 2018
    PhDArts, a collaboration between the Academy and Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA) at Leiden University and the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague, The Netherlands, offers an international, high-level doctoral programme in artistic research for visual artists and designers. Application deadline is 1 October 2018. (full details)
  • June 2018
    The Canon Foundation in Europe offers Research Fellowships in Europe and Japan. Every year, about 15 Research Fellowships are offered for European and Japanese researchers who are looking for funds to do research in Japan and Europe respectively. The deadline for applications is 15 September 2018. (full details)
  • June 2018
    The project A Restless Art, led by François Matarasso, artist, producer, researcher, writer and trainer, and supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, explores participatory art and focuses mainly on the ideas that make community art an important development in the late 20th century art. (full details)
  • May 2017
    As part of its international call for applications, the Festival of the Regions, Austria, invites those interested to apply under two categories: Projects and Residencies. The organisers welcome project proposals from all artistic fields and genres. The application deadline is 20 June 2018. (full details)
  • May 2017
    The Trieste Contemporanea Committee pronounces the 13th edition of the Trieste Contemporanea International Design Contest 2018 open and invites designers from 24 Central Eastern European countries to submit projects of original items of contemporary design. The competition deadline is 15 July 2018. (full details)
  • May 2017
    The IAS School of Social Science takes as its mission the analysis of contemporary societies and social change. To facilitate scientific engagement among the visiting scholars, the School defines a theme for each academic year. The theme for 2019 - 2020 is Economy and Society. Applications from scholars are welcomed by 1 November 2018. (full details)
  • May 2017
    The European Commission has launched Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange, a ground-breaking project enabling youth in Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to engage in meaningful intercultural experiences online, as part of their formal or non-formal education. The project will connect young people, youth workers, students and academics from European countries and the Southern neighbourhood of the EU through moderated discussions, transnational project groups, open online courses and advocacy training. (full details)
  • April 2018
    The European ArtEast Foundation (EAEF), in collaboration with the Delfina Foundation, invites proposals for grants for research focused on Eastern European artists working in the region in the 1950's and 1960's. The purpose of these grants is to give art historians and curators the opportunity to carry out ambitious research projects that will make a significant contribution to the field of art history in Eastern Europe. The application deadline is 4 June 2018. (full details)
  • April 2018
    2018 marks the European Year of Cultural Heritage, an EU initiative which aims to celebrate and engage more people to discover Europe's diverse cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. Thus, the European Travel Commission (ETC) has joined forces with the European Cultural Tourism Network (ECTN) and Europa Nostra, to address one of the 10 initiatives of the Year: Tourism and Heritage: Responsible and Sustainable Tourism around Cultural Heritage. Applications should be submitted by 1 July 2018. (full details)
  • April 2018
    MedReset, a consortium of research and academic institutions focusing on different disciplines from the Mediterranean region, has launched its Young Writers Prize in Arabic, English and French. Young writers under the age of 35, who have written a B.A., M.A. or PhD thesis on Mediterranean issues that has not yet been published, are invited to participate. The deadline for submissions is 1 September 2018. (full details)
  • April 2018
    A special issue of the InterArtive online magazine - a platform for contemporary art and thought - will be dedicated to Walking Art. The editors invite theorists, critics, curators and artists who work on the subject to participate. This special issue aims to address this important topic, by focusing on the realization of the walking approach as art practice, its theoretical background and the historical approaches of walking. The deadline for the submission of proposals is 31 May 2018. (full details)
  • April 2018
    On Stage 2018 is Europe's first unique online calendar of selected high profile performing art events across the continent. On Stage 2018 is featured as part of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. It will put the spotlight on Europe's wealth of cultural heritage, showcasing its role in fostering a shared sense of identity and building the future of Europe. (full details)
  • March 2018
    Culture Backstage is an EU funded training programme for young cultural entrepreneurs who wish to develop and implement projects on a European scale. Developed by the European Creative Network for Culture, under the leadership of Creature, a Paris-based School of Cultural Entrepreneurship, the programme will take place between 1 June 2018 and 30 June 2019. The application deadline is 15 April 2018. (full details)
  • March 2018
    The European Institute of Public Administration is offering a training course on Capacity Building in Impact Evaluation: Counterfactual and Theory-Based Approaches, to be held in Barcelona, Spain from 28 to 29 May 2018. This training course aims to enhance the participants' understanding of how to commission, manage and monitor evaluations. The deadline for applications is 14 May 2018. (full details)
  • March 2018
    Phileas is an independent philanthropic organisation based in Vienna, Austria that raises private funding to support ambitious projects within the field of contemporary art. Phileas supports and co-produces new works and their presentations in exhibitions and Biennials, acquisitions for public collections, publication projects, symposia and educational programming. The application deadline is 20 July 2018. (full details)
  • March 2018
    The Iceland University of the Arts announces MFA and MA programmes in Design, Composition, Fine Art and Performing Arts. The role of the Iceland University of the Arts is to encourage progressive thinking in the arts and to stimulate innovation and development in different fields. Application deadlines are 21 April and 30 April 2018. (full details)
  • March 2018
    The Graduate School of the Berlin University of the Arts offers a postgraduate and international programme of studies for highly qualified graduates in all disciplines who have already developed their own artistic or design positions. Interested persons are asked to submit an artistic or design project or research project that can be completed within two years. The deadline for the first of three stages is 2 May 2018. (full details)
  • March 2018
    SOMA, a non-profit organization funded by artists in Mexico City, offers a two-year Academic Programme aimed at young artists interested in interacting with fellows to discuss and reflect in a horizontal way about various aspects of art production and to participate in seminars, workshops and lectures that the programme offers. The application period is open from 26 February to 6 May 2018. (full details)
  • February 2018
    The mission of Studies in Visual Arts and Communication - an International Journal is to endorse and promote scholarly research in the academic fields related to arts and communication, as reported by academics, scholars, researchers and scientists from around the world. The deadline for submitting abstracts for the December 2018 issue (No. 2) is 30 August 2018. (full details)
  • February 2018
    To celebrate the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, the European Federation of Associations of Industrial and Technical Heritage (EFAITH) is preparing a specific campaign to highlight the industrial heritage during this year, to be conducted through thematic months. Each month the same topic should be set into the foreground in all countries, Europe-wide, thus mobilizing associations, institutes, museums and volunteers. Join the campaign! (full details)
  • February 2018
    The Festival Academy, an initiative of the European Festivals Association - EFA, calls for applications to the 2019 edition of the Festival Production Management Training. The three-module programme focuses especially on production management in terms of realising and implementing the vision of the artistic director. The deadline for applications is 31 March 2018. (full details)
  • February 2018
    The Center for Contemporary Art (CCA), Kitakyushu, Japan, operates a fellowship programme for young artists and researchers who are engaged in art, curatorial work, design and architecture. The CCA Fellowship Programme 2018-2019 runs from September 2018 to the end of March 2019. Application deadline is 30 March 2018. (full details)
  • February 2018
    Malmö Art Academy is an internationally renowned fine arts programme at Lund University, Scandinavia's largest comprehensive university. The Academy offers a two-year Master's Programme in Fine Arts (MFA). Application deadline is 3 April 2018. (full details)
  • February 2018
    The Master of Arts in European Arts Management (EAM) is a part-time, international programme that is taught entirely in English. Central concerns are corporate cultural management and cross-border and interdisciplinary cooperation in and with European players. The deadline for application is 6 July 2018. (full details)
  • February 2018
    Built on a community of creative entrepreneurs, networks and associations throughout the world, b.creative facilitates the convergence of artistic and creative competences, technical, scientific and entrepreneurial skills in order to generate social and economic innovation. The global event for creative entrepreneurship that took place in Shanghai, China in November 2017 acknowledged the constitution of a wide international network of creative entrepreneurs as a result of the two-year European project Creative Tracks (2015 - 2017). (full details)
  • January 2018
    The School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong announces MFA and MA programmes in Creative Media. The MFA in Creative Media (MFACM) emphasizes the integration of contemporary art, culture and technology, and the MA in Creative Media (MACM) offers a humanities-oriented curriculum intended to complement the School of Creative Media's mission to investigate the most significant artistic, professional and socially relevant aspects of contemporary mediated expression. Application deadline is 30 April 2018. (full details)
  • January 2018
    The Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB), Spain has announced a call for entries for the 10th European Prize for Urban Public Space, a biennial initiative which seeks to promote and recognise projects that create, transform and improve public space in Europe. The application period is opened from 15 January to 21 February 2018. (full details)
  • January 2018
    The objective of the International Award UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21 is to recognise leading cities and individuals that have distinguished themselves through their contribution to culture as a key driver for sustainable development. All Cities and Local Governments who work on culture and sustainability and who implement projects, programmes and policies in this field are invited to send their candidacies. Application deadline is 16 March 2018. (full details)
  • December 2017
    The African Cultural Policy Network (ACPN) is an on-line network initiated by Mike van Graan (South Africa) and Aadel Essaadani (Morocco) in June 2017. The African Cultural Policy Network will work with, and seek to complement other actors in the African creative space. (full details)
  • November 2017
    The aim in developing a European Agenda for Music (EAM) is to bring together the diverse voices of the European music sector to determine a common vision and strategy for the future. The European Music Council (EMC) would like to get a large feedback to the draft of the European Agenda for Music. The Open Online Consultation will remain open until 5 January 2018. (full details)
  • November 2017
    The Africa Centre was established in 2005 as an international centre for creativity, artistic excellence and intellectual engagement. Based in Cape Town, South Africa, the Africa Centre's social innovations extend across the African continent. The Centre is now accepting applications by high calibre African artists for its 2017 Artist in Residency (AIR) Programmes. Residencies are offered in Australia, Brazil, Spain and the United States. The deadline for applications is 16 December 2017. (full details)
  • November 2017
    EUROCITIES and KEA European Affairs, in partnership with ERRIN (European Regions Research and Innovation Network) managed Culture for Cities and Regions, a European Commission initiative funded by the Creative Europe programme to support cities and regions in making sound investments in culture. One of the key objectives of the project was to ensure the transferability of results and long term impacts in participating cities and regions. The project started in January 2015 and ran until September 2017. (full details)
  • October 2017
    The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), responsible for the management of the Creative Europe programme, has published a call for cooperation projects related to the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 (EYCH2018). The call supports transnational cooperation projects and invites cultural actors across the EU to promote cultural heritage as a source of inspiration for contemporary artistic creation. The deadline for submissions is 22 November 2017. (full details)
  • October 2017
    The Centre for Cultural Planning and Development at the University of British Columbia provides online university-level training and education programmes focused on building the organizational and leadership capacities necessary to advance cultural development as a vital component of success and sustainability. Starting in November 2017, the Centre for Cultural Planning and Development offers a set of online professional development workshops. (full details)
  • September 2017
    The University of Technology Sydney, Australia, is calling for PhD applications to its world-leading School of Design's research programme. Successful applicants will join a community of researchers from across all design disciplines. The application deadline is 28 February 2018. (full details)
  • September 2017
    NTU School of Art, Design and Media (NTU ADM) and NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore) announce new postgraduate programmes in 2018: Museum Studies and Curatorial Practices (Master of Arts, coursework, one year) and Spaces of the Curatorial (Master of Arts, research, two years, and Doctor of Philosophy). Applications deadlines are 11 March 2018 and 15 November 2017 respectively. (full details)
  • September 2017
    The Marc de Montalembert Foundation in association with the French Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA) awards the annual Marc de Montalembert Prize for a research project in the history of arts in the Mediterranean. The deadline for applications is 30 November 2017. (full details)
  • September 2017
    The new Springer series for monographs and edited volume publications entitled 'Global Germany in Transnational Dialogues' seeks to elicit contributions from academics and relevant practitioners about transnationalism studies in the twenty-first century. The series is concerned with contemporary transnational connections between Germany and other countries. (full details)

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