OpportunitArt – March 2023

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Selected opportunities for all Artists and Creatives (open calls, programs, awards, residencies, grants) with deadlines in MARCH 2023 
Hurry up to apply and/or Share the opportunities with your friends!

RIDCC: Call for Choreographic Duet Competition (Netherlands)
DEADLINE: 12 March 2023

A 16-week acceleration programme offering £50k to up to nine projects. This call is targeted at developers, creative studios, startups, and scaleups exploring innovative tooling solutions addressing industry challenges relating to the creation, delivery and assessment of experiences.
More info: 

Kyber Teatro: Call for Work on the Interaction Between Theatre and New Technologies
Deadline: 15.03.2023

LMDP Festival is the first of its kind in the whole Italy. Its aim is to promote the interrelation between artistic and technological languages.
The eligible applicant: local and international artists and companies (maximum 3 people), whether emerging or established, to submit projects around the theme of the ‘interaction between theatre and new technologies’.
Eligible projects:
Theatre and new technologies plays.
Art and new technologies performances.

More info on official page

ECHANGEUR 22: Artist Residency on the Theme of Mobility

The ECHANGEUR22 residency will take the theme of Mobility, and will bring together one French artist, one Japanese artist, one Brazilian artist, and one South Korean artist for 6 consecutive weeks.
As a residency for creation and experimentation, the project offers candidates the opportunity to meet, exchange with and emulate other residents from different cultures. It offers the conditions to conceive and produce a new work, as well as to conduct an original and experimental work, in a particular context –
that of cultural mixing.
More info on Official page

Wonju City of Literature Writers’ Residency (South Korea)
DEADLINE: 16 March 2023

Wonju City of Literature offers an opportunity for one writer from another UNESCO city of literature to come to Wonju, as Wonju City of Literature’s international level contribution to the cities of literature subnetwork, designed to promote the understanding and the friendship of cities of literature.
More info here

ReSilence: Open Call for Artists to Design Soundscapes for Future Cities
DEADLINE: 17 March

As part of the S+T+ARTS programme, the project ReSilence in collaboration with artists is developing technologies to shape in novel ways our urban environments and soundscapes, re-positioning the role of silence and that of sound. To design the soundscape of future cities, ReSilence supports the development of art-driven technologies in the spirit of S+T+ARTS through the collaboration of artists, architects, urban designers, scientists, engineers and researchers.
More info on Official page https://resilence.eu/open-calls/

The Science Film Festival
Deadline: 20 March

Are you an aspiring filmmaker, producer, broadcaster or organization with a passion for environmental causes?
The Science Film Festival is inviting submissions until March 20, 2023 for films that invoke a rallying call for the protection and revival of ecosystems all around the world.
MOre info on Official page

Interledger Foundation /ART & CULTURE GRANT FUTURE
DEDALINE: March 23rd

San Francisco, CA; March 8, 2023 – Interledger Foundation is excited to announce our inaugural Inti/vation Grant: FUTURE|MONEY, which asks artists of any discipline to imagine what a financially inclusive future might be.
More about Grant on oficial page

40mcube: GENERATOR Professional Development Programme (France)
DEADLINE: 26 March 2023

GENERATOR selects four visual artists each year, who graduated at least two years ago, and gives them the means to fully focus on their artistic practice for a period of seven months. GENERATOR selects two to four curators each year for a one-month exploratory trip in Brittany.
More info on Official page

Théâtre de Choisy-le-Roi: Programme for Linguistic Diversity (France)
DEADLINE: 26 March 2023

The support programme for linguistic diversity is an experimental programme designed for artists and professional ensembles who are active in the performing arts sector in France or abroad and are interested in looking into the prospects for improved distribution of text-based works.
The programme supports artistic creative projects that incorporate a linguistic dimension by having one or several languages spoken on stage. It offers specific support for skills such as adaptation, translation and surtitling, while exploring the choices available at the production stage.
More info here

EU4Culture: Mobility Grant for Individual Artists and Cultural Professionals in Eastern Partner Countries
DEADLINE: 27 March 2023

The EU-funded project EU4Culture announces its third call for mobility grants to support artists and cultural professionals from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine.
The EU4Culture Mobility grants are open for internships, study visits, conferences, professional development, and other activities that foster knowledge exchange and intercultural dialogue.
More info here

2023 Odyssée artist-in-residency programme
DEADLINE: 31 March

It is aiming at artists, researchers and culture professionals coming from all countries other than France.
The programme is aiming at artists, researchers and culture professionals from countries other than France wanting to develop projects within French Cultural Centres – Historic Monuments.
More info on Official page

DIALOG CITY: Residency Programme for Urban Participatory Art (Italy)
DEADLINE: 3 April 2023

The programme is open to all artistic disciplines (e.g., visual arts, writing, performance, new media, etc.) and other creative practices including, but not limited to, design, architecture, and education. The organisers strongly encourage applicants with interdisciplinary and participatory / socially engaged art practices. Artists of all nationalities can apply, but they must reside in the European Union or in one of the accession countries.

Call for artists
This year, PHI Residences invites you to send your applications for our 3 multidisciplinary residency programs: PHI Montreal, PHI North and PHI Immersive.

*PHI Nord
Application deadline: April 5, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.

The residency allows Quebec musicians to produce, explore, experiment and refine an artistic project by offering exclusive access to a recording studio including sound engineering support, on-site technical assistance and support from IHP’s team of multidisciplinary specialists.
For more information and to send your application to PHI North:

*PHI Montréal
Deadline: May 5, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.

In partnership with the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, an artist residing in Montreal and an artist residing in Quebec outside Montreal are invited to collaborate with the PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art for the design and presentation of a public engagement project. The results of this residency can take many forms, including (but not limited to) lectures, performances, a compact exhibition or creative workshops.
For more information and to send your application to PHI Montréal:

*PHI Immersive
Application deadline: August 15, 2023

Focused on the creative development of an immersive or interactive work, the PHI Immersive residency offers the selected project the opportunity to be supported by Studio PHI through the development and prototyping of a new creative immersive work.
For more information and to send your application to PHI Immersive:





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