EUCIDA Call for Digital Artists and Cultural Workers
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). It is funded with the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
EUCIDA is an interactive and innovative community of digital, media and technology artists, curators, researchers and cultural workers, connecting to imagine new ways of artistic mobility, to use technologies as a vector and to augment the sharing of experience, creative practice and opportunities transnationally both for artists and new audiences in the real world and virtually. EUCIDA aims to make digital arts accessible to a non-arts audience, and bring a wider public interaction with arts and technology through a programme of ambitious and unique experiences. The organisers announce the EUCIDA Travel Award Fund and launch a call for digital artists and cultural workers (registered on the EUCIDA platform) to take part in European Mobility visits. The Travel Award Fund supports the development of cultural diversity within new media / digital arts by enabling artists and practitioners to travel, show their works, exchange ideas and experiences by awarding each successful applicant with a financial contribution of up to EUR 500.
The application deadline for the first round of Travel Awardsis 30 November 2018.
For more information, please visit: www.eucida.eu/news/mobility-visit-fund-call-out-for-european-digital-artists-and-cultural-workers