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.

Cooperation projects with Western Balkans

Deadline: 17 March 2020

Special open call from the EACEA

The specific objectives of this call are to increase cultural cross-border cooperation within the Western Balkans region and EU Member States and to strengthen the competitiveness of the cultural and creative industries in the region.

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Residency at Dansearena nord

Deadline: 10 February 2020

A dedicated programme for dance and movement

Dansearena nord in Hammerfest, Norway is offering choreographers, dancers and others working with dance and movement the possibility to apply for its Artist in Residence program.

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Residency at Bora Bora

Deadline: 31 January 2020

Bora Bora Residency Centre launches an open call for artistic ideas with a strong choreographic base, to be researched and/or developed in the season of 2020-21 (August 2020 to June 2021).

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Dancing your way to better health & well-being

November 2019

A new report by the World Health Organisation

This report synthesizes the global evidence from over 900 publications on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being, with a specific focus on the WHO European Region.

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