February 11, 2011
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Call for Mais Imaginarius, International Festival of Theatre and Street Performances, 19-21 May, Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal (deadline: 28 February)
Mais Imaginarius, for the third consecutive year, provides the implementation of emerging artistic practices in the public space of Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal. Applications are open to any artist of any nationality with professional artistic trai
ning as well as creators motivated towards artistic intervention in this location.Contemporary Dance Duets Festival Diversia, 23-25 September, Kostroma, Russia (deadline: 30 April)
Contemporary Dance Duets Festival Diversia will take place in Kostroma, Russia, 23-25 September. The organisers call for 15-45 minutes contemporary dance performances with two performers on stage.CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS :: Nuit blanche 2012, Studio 303, 28 February 2012, Montreal, Canada (deadline: 1 April)
Studio 303 is looking for an artist to create an immersive in situ performance presented at the Nuit blanche in Montreal on February 25th 2012.Encouraging Private Investment in the Cultural Sector: PARTICIPATE in Questionnaire on Good Practices and Existing Problems (deadline: 20 February)
The Culturelink Network invites you to participate in the research study "Encouraging Private Investment in the Cultural Sector" that IMO, Culturelink's focal point, is currently undertaking on behalf of the European Parliament. Please respond to a short questionnaire that has been designed in order to pool your knowledge and experience, as insights learned through this exercise will bring benefit to all those in Europe that are working on enhancing the cultural sector.
IFA InteatroFestival Academy 2011, call for young perfomers, Inteatro, April-June, Polverigi, Italy (deadline: 4 March)
IFA – InteatroFestival Academy is the programme of research and professional training, promoted and founded in 2006 by Inteatro, that gives the opportunity to young performers, coming from all over the world, to work with estabilished artists of the international theatre and dance scene.Training in international cultural management, Robert Bosch, 2011/2012, Germany (deadline: 6 March)
The Robert Bosch Stiftung invites selected German speaking participants from Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe to Germany qualifying them in international cultural management.
Call for X-OP Residency at Association for Culture and Education KIBLA, Maribor, Slovenia (deadlines: 25 February and 25 March)
ACE KIBLA invites artists, theoreticians, curators, critics or producers for one-month residency in Maribor in March and April 2011 in the frame of the eXchange of art Operators and Producers – X-OP project.SUMMER RESIDENCY 2011 at tanzhaus nrw, Call for Applications, 25 July-19 August, Düsseldorf, Germany (deadline: 15 March)
tanzhaus nrw is offering summer residencies from July 25th until August 19th, 2011. Choreographers doing artistic research or rehearsing a current project may apply.
Trans Europe Halles 71 meeting, Creative Center Carnation, 14-17 April, Tartu, Estonia (deadline for early bird registration: 28 February)
The next TEH meeting will be held at Creative Center Carnation (Noor-Eesti Loomekeskus in Estonian) in the lively city of Tartu, Estonia. The theme of the meeting is Shifting Gears – Moving the network into a new phase of development. The meeting is co-organised together with Culture Factory Polymer in Tallinn.Horizons. Perspectives of Artists in Residencies, Res Artis regional meeting, modem centre for modern and contemporary arts, 23-26 May, Debrecen, Hungary (deadline for registration: 30 April)
Res Artis next conference topic is inspired by the concept of Horizon, as a scale of unending possibilities and versions of possible Artists In Residencies (AiR). The lectures and workshops will discuss different models of residency centres, the expectations of the various art fields, the geographical impacts and how mobility may change artists’ horizons.IETM Spring Plenary Meeting in Stockholm, 14 – 17 April 2011
Under the working theme “Whose Story is it Anyway?” it intends to address a number of questions and challenges which face everyone – and we mean everyone- who has an ambition to develop their art forms, practices, methods, conditions, structures within society at large. They hope to create a pluralistic space of inspiration and energy, new friends and a creative focus that will enhance our ability to think of what has yet to be discovered.
COAL Prize 2011 – Art and Environment, French association Coal (deadline: 30 April)
The COAL Art & Environment prize was launched in 2010 by the French association COAL, the coalition for art and sustainable development, to reward a project about the environment by a contemporary artist.Prix Ars Electronica, International Competition for Cyberarts, 1-6 September, Linz, Austria (deadline:18 March)
The Prix Ars Electronica has served as an interdisciplinary platform for everyone who uses the computer as a universal medium for implementing and designing their creative projects at the interface of art, technology and society. The next Ars Electronica Festival is set for SEPTEMBER 1-6, 2011.1st Forum for Young Composers for young musicians who live and work in Germany or Portugal, 17-20 May, Lisbon, Portugal (deadline: 15 March)
In order to encourage the creation and circulation of new music works, the Sond’Ar-te Electric Ensemble and the Goethe-Institut Portugal are organizing the 1st Forum for Young Composers, which will take place between the 17th and the 20th of May 2011 in Lisbon.Artists’ Books on Tour, Artist Competition and Mobile Museum (deadline: 28 February)
The EU-funded project “Artists’ Books on Tour – Artist Competition and Mobile Museum” was launched in June 2010 to create more public awareness for the book as an independent genre of art production. Now it invites artists to hand in their recent or planned art projects in the field: submissions will be accepted as completed physical or digital book objects or in the form of conceptual designs for projected but yet-unrealized book works.
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