European Commission - Creative Europe: support programme for Europe's cultural and creative sectors from 2014 eac European culture, cinema, television, music, literature, performing arts, heritage and related areas will benefit from increased support under the European Commission's new Creative Europe programme, which was approved by the European Parliament on 19 November and by the Council of the EU on 5 December 2013. With a budget of €1.46 billion over the next seven years – 9% more than current levels – the programme will provide a boost for the cultural and creative sectors, which are a major source of jobs and growth. Please find all Calls for proposals under Creative Europe Creative Europe will provide funding for at least 250 000 artists and cultural professionals, 2 000 cinemas, 800 films and 4 500 book translations. It will also launch a new financial guarantee facility enabling small cultural and creative businesses to access up to €750 million in bank loans.
2016-2017 Scholarships in for Uk Louis Dreyfus-Weidenfeld and Hoffmann Scholarship and Leadership Programme at Oxford University University of OxfordMasters Degree Deadline: 6/20 Jan 2017* (annual) Study in: UK Course starts 2017 Last updated: 19 Sep 2016 |
LATEST NEWS: The 2014 Call for project proposals is now open! LATEST NEWS: The 2014 Call for project proposals is now open! The call intends to support projects, which are in compliance with the criteria set out in the Operational Guidelines of the International Fund for the Promotion of Culture (IFPC). Are you an artist or creator? An NGO or a non-profit private or public body, whose activities contribute to the promotion of culture and artistic creation? If your project is compliant with the criteria indicated in the Operational Guidelines of the International Fund for the Promotion of Culture (IFPC), you can submit your project application and be considered in order to benefit from the financial support of the Fund.
Artfactories An Adventure Beyond-Art, Myths, and Everyday Life in Europe – 2013 - 2017 Meeting the Odyssey is a social and artistic collaborative project sailing from the Baltic to the Mediterranean Sea. Each summer from 2014 to 2016, artists and organizers from different European countries will travel together, giving workshops and performing theater pieces. Spirit Cultural Exchange: International Student Exchange Website Redesign Using Drupal Jump to navigation Market Size Company Size Annual Revenue culturalexchangenetwork.org CENET Cultural Exchange Network - A Non-Profit Foundation - Home Add a description meta tag to describe your site to social media and search engines Add a keywords meta tag specifying which keywords are related to your site Incorage your visitors in expressing their opinion in social media
Pro Europe - European Foundation for Culture Purpose/Activities The Foundation advances vitalised dialogue between the European countries and the culture exchange in Europe. Thereby the cultural diversity and the creative autonomy of the European states and religious is very important. For attainment of this aims the foundation is engaged in the following areas: realisation of eventsawards for outstanding cultural initiativesencouragement of innovative projects of individuals, groups and institutionsfurtherance of young artists by European and regional awardsawarding of scholarships, grants for competition and master coursesenabling of expositions and concert appearance to assist the recipients and to encourage them in creativity and remarkable effort
European Cultural Foundation (ECF) Purpose/Activities Active in culture and the arts as well as the media, and with an impressive track record in education, the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) is Europe’s only independent, non-national and pan-European cultural foundation. Running its own programmes and awarding grants keep it close to the grassroots cultural sector, and make it a credible advocate of strong cultural policies for Europe. M4m programme : open call for residencies / News - e-Mobility - Laptop - EN M4m (M for mobility) is an artistic mobility programme supported by European Commission and initiated by 7 cosignatories and 12 associated partners in order to facilitate encounters, exchange and common work between emerging artists and professionals from the creative and cultural world taking part in the different steps of an art production. This programme innovates by opening widely the access to mobility to artists, professionals from the creation world, as well to interpreters, technicians, engineers or artistic directors.It was launched in 2011 with 4 residencies and it is pursuing in 2012 with new residencies for 20 artists and professionals. Artists are allowed to apply for 2 residencies maximum within the M4m programme. They can apply only if they are citizen of Europe or if they live there (valid address)and they should apply in a country different from their native's one. More information here
Traineeships for vocational education, apprenticeships, and recent graduates Overview Erasmus+ supports traineeships (work placements or study periods abroad) for students currently enrolled in vocational education and training (VET). These opportunities are also open to company-based apprentices and to recent graduates. Moscow, Russia - Embassy of the United States Follow us: Русский Contact Us Moscow, Russia - Embassy of the United States Internships MoMA Departments Below are brief descriptions of the departments at MoMA that may offer internships. We do our best to match an intern’s experience and skill with departmental needs. However, as all departments do not offer internships during each term, and as available internships shift on a term-by-term basis, we are unable to inform you which departments are offering internships during specific terms.
Scholarships from other sources - UWE Bristol: Fees and funding Organisations independent of UWE that provide scholarship opportunities to international students. British Chevening Scholarship The Chevening Scholarships are the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. 2013 was the 30th anniversary of the Chevening programme, which was established in 1983, and has developed into a prestigious international scheme.