In the summer of 2019 the Kurt-Jooss-Prize will be awarded for the seventh time.
The Kurt-Jooss-Prize is sponsored by the Anna and Hermann Markard Foundation, Amsterdam, together with the City of Essen.
UNESCO launches its 9th IFCD call and a new initiative with Sabrina Ho to support women in digital creative industries.
On 26 February 2018 UNESCO launches its 9th IFCD call for funding and a new initiative with Sabrina Ho “U40 Empowered: Women entrepreneurs powering the digital creative industries”.
The Prince Claus Fund announces a new Call for Proposals: the Next Generation 2018. The Fund will support one-year initiatives by and for young people that inspire them to contribute to their societies in ways that make them more inclusive and accepting of differences. The programme is designed to create safe spaces for young women and men where they can explore the possibilities of different stories or alternative narratives that allow them to imagine different ways of being.
You are an artist, a performing arts professional (music, dance, theater ...), an organization or a cultural association, a diffusion space, a festival ... You are based in Africa? These grants are for you !
There it goes again! From 24 February until 30 June 2018, Racines and its partners organize, within the framework of the sixth « Mercredis de Racines » tour, the « Etats Régionaux de la Culture » in Beni Mellal, Rabat, Tangier, Azrou, Laayoune, Tiznit, Tinghir, Oujda, Casablanca and Safi.
“My Sweet School“, the 52’ documentary directed by Rajae Hammadi and Zakaria Rochdi and produced by Racines will be screened during the national tour of the “Mercredis de Racines” sixth edition. The documentary recounts the origins and implementation of the “SpeakArt - Promoting freedom of expression and culture of accountability“ project.
Initiated by Racines, with the support of the Drosos foundation, the incubator of cultural structures Racines Carrées officially opened its doors on 15 January 2018. Circus show, street theater play, music album, comic and illustration book publication, video installations, etc.: 20 projects in total have been preselected to take part in the first phase of the 3-month pretest.
There is a renewed interest, at a national and European policy level, in artists’ mobility across Europe and internationally. It has created the opportunity to explore the development of a European Mobility Fund for Arts and Culture. This survey is for individuals and organisations. It will take approximately 15 minutes to answer. All answers will be anonymized. We will share the results of our survey publicly in spring 2018.
Founded in 1965, the Cité internationale des arts is now the largest artist residence center in the world. The large number of artists welcomed (more than 22,000 since its creation), its ideal location in the center of Paris and its commitment to place artists at the heart of the project all contribute to make the Cité internationale des arts a major figure in the cultural landscape of Paris and internationally.
Within the framework of the European Project “Promoting governance and citizenship in Palestine“. AFRAT, in partnership with Bethleem university, the Palestinianc Center for Rapprochement between people and Tetraktys are sharing the terms of reference for the implementation of a baseline that would enable the identification of the starting point of the project's indicators.