Mobility funding - what does it cover?

There are different reasons that may explain why you are looking for mobility funding, and among them:

  • You have been selected for a project in a foreign country (collaboration project, residency, participation in an event like a festival etc.) but you are not provided with funding for your transportation;
  • You have developed a project with an international component and you wish to invite in one or more places/countries foreign artists and cultural professionals for co-production, touring, market development etc.;
  • You are interested in working experiences (including training) in a foreign country and wish to find opportunities covering your travel costs.

On the Move's resources

To facilitate the search for suitable funding for these mobility opportunities, On the Move has developed and maintains Mobility Funding Guides for Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean region, USA, Africa and the Arab Countries.

Visit this page to find all guides: on-the-move.org/funding.

International Symposium Dance(s) and Ritual(s)

Deadline: 15 August 2020

Contribute to the Centre National de la Danse symposium

Can dance be perceived as a ritual? How are ritualised actions created in dance practices? What are their qualities, or singularities? What effects do they produce? In what way can referring to a rite enlighten, modify or displace dance practices?

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Neustart Kultur

Various deadlines!

Emergency funding opportunity in Germany

Neustart Kultur, an initiative of the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, will provide 20 million Euro emergency funding for the German dance scene, complementing existing federal and state funding programmes while avoiding overcompensation

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Residency at K3 Hamburg

Deadline: 12 August 2020

K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg provides three eight-month residencies per season to choreographers - the call for proposal for the season 2021/2022 is now open.

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Europe beyond Access

Making dance that celebrates difference

The project Europe Beyond Access supports disabled artists to break the glass ceilings of the contemporary theatre & dance sectors. At the lab hosted by Holland Dance Festival, the following question stood central: How can we create dance and performing arts scenes that are more diverse and that support the work of disabled dancers and artists?

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Rescue the arts

Plea to national governments

In the face of the crisis, together with IETM, Circostrada, ETC and In Situ, we call on the national governments to take measures to safeguard the long-term viability of the cultural sector.

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Audience Development toolkit

October 2019

Practical guidance to dance organisations

Aerowaves and audience development expert Heather Maitland have compiled an Audience Development toolkit to give practical guidance to dance organisations, using international research and case studies from Aerowaves partners.

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