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    Equitable Futures Fellowship 2024 for Policy Advocacy (USA, New Zealand)
    Equitable Futures Fellowship is a new programme from the Doris Duke Foundation and the East-West Center, calling for leaders from a broad range of cultures and backgrounds. Fellows will explore techniques to empower previously unheard voices and resolve inequity in its many forms, including gaps in income, health care, and education; impacts of the climate crisis; and challenges to societal pluralism.
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    Posted 4 April 2024
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    Cultural Vistas: Climate Action Artist Residencies (Germany, Fiji, Philippines, Samoa)
    In the years 2024/2025, the Climate Action Artist Residencies invite a total of eight artists from all artistic fields to complete three-month long residencies with an environmental research organisation. Two artists from Germany and six from the three V20 countries in the Asia/Pacific region – Fiji, Philippines, and Samoa – will be selected.
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    Posted 15 January 2024
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    Caselberg Trust Margaret Egan Cities of Literature Writers Residency (New Zealand)
    In 2023 the Caselberg Trust Margaret Egan Cities of Literature Writers Residency is offered to a writer from another UNESCO City of Literature with at least one published work. It will run from 3 October – 14 November 2023.
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    Posted 6 March 2023
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    Yarra Ranges Council: Large-scale Land Art Commission for Kalorama Park (Australia)
    Yarra Ranges Council is seeking expressions of interest from multidisciplinary teams of local, national or international artists to design, supply and install a large-scale land artwork at Kalorama Park, located within the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, Australia.
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    Posted 24 February 2023
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    Mistra Environmental Communication: Artist in Residence on the Sunshine Coast (Australia)
    The Mistra Environmental Communication team at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) are excited to facilitate one artist-in-residence (AiR) in the Sunshine Coast, Australia in 2023.
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    Posted 11 November 2022
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    Science Gallery Melbourne: Dark Matters Open Call (Australia)
    Science Gallery Melbourne is inviting proposals for projects to be included in their 2023 exhibition ‘Dark Matters’. Projects can be new, in-development or existing works that have already been presented. They can take any form and involve any equipment or materials.
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    Posted 15 July 2022
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  • Curiocity Brisbane > Call for Interactive Digital and Physical Installations (Australia)
    Creators and makers, artists, engineers, architects and others are invited to put forward Curiocities for inclusion in Curiocity Brisbane 2021. Curiocities are interactive digital and physical installations that demonstrate the intersection of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). They are temporary outdoor installations or digital works that interact with audiences and the environment, making Brisbane a playable city for visitors to touch, see, hear, learn and wonder.
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    Posted 13 October 2020
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    Mobility Funding Guide to New Zealand
    Our guide to cross-border mobility for artists and cultural workers from and travelling to New Zealand. This cultural mobility funding guide lists national, local and international resources from both public and private funders. Two kinds of opportunity are included: outgoing and incoming. The outgoing opportunities are for nationals and residents of New Zealand wishing to travel outside the country. The incoming opportunities are for nationals from other countries who want to travel to New Zealand.
    Funding Guides
    Posted 22 July 2020
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    Mobility Funding Guide to Australia
    Our guide to cross-border mobility for artists and cultural workers from and travelling to Australia. This cultural mobility funding guide lists national, local and international resources from both public and private funders. Two kinds of opportunity are included: outgoing and incoming. The outgoing opportunities are for nationals and residents of Australia wishing to travel outside the country. The incoming opportunities are for nationals from other countries who want to travel to Australia.
    Funding Guides
    Posted 22 July 2020
  • JamFactory > FUSE Glass Artist Residency (Australia)
    Awarded biennially in alternate years to the FUSE Glass Prize, JamFactory’s FUSE Glass Artist Residency aims to create significant opportunities for established, mid-career artists working in glass. The residency will enable a selected artist to work with skilled assistants, take risks and experiment with the development of new work using or incorporating hot blown glass.
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    Posted 20 July 2020
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  • Science Gallery Melbourne > Open Call for Exhibition, ‘SWARM’ (Australia)
    Science Gallery Melbourne is seeking proposals for works that can be included as part of its 2021 exhibition SWARM. Proposals are invited from around the world and can be for a new or existing artwork, performance, workshop, digital intervention, research project, or other activity. It’s strongly recommended that you keep the gallery’s target audience of young people aged 15-25 in mind and consider including interactive or participatory elements. Deadline: 20 June 2020.
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    Posted 18 May 2020
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  • The Farm Margaret River Residency
    Aiming to bring together artists and agri-culturalists, the Farm Margaret River is located in the south-west of Western Australia. It is inviting applications for a residency planned to take place over 5-8 weeks between October - November 2020. Visual artists of all nationalities are invited to apply. Deadline: 29 May 2020.
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    Posted 23 April 2020
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