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Yokohama Triennale 2011

Yokohama Triennale 2011

Venue: Multiple locations

Date: August 6, 2011 - November 6, 2011

The 2011 Yokohama Triennale marks the 10th anniversary of the event’s founding, and brings new reflections on the mysteries of the world and the everyday life through its theme “Our Magic Hour”.  More

Posted: August 7, 2011

Moving Academy of Performing Arts (MAPA)

 

Moving Academy of Performing Arts (MAPA) provides intensive short term training programmes in Artistic Management and Teambuilding for theatre makers and companies since 1992. In addition MAPA offers dedicated workshops in Theatre Technology focussed on Light and Projection.  More

Liechtenstein Museum

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The LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM is a modern cultural enterprise with a collaborative management style. It exists to provide public access to the Princely Family’s unique art treasures, to care for them, and to preserve them for the enjoyment of future generations. It adopts an innovative approach to art research, appreciation and education.  More

The Paintbrush Factory

 

The Paintbrush Factory is a collective space for contemporary arts in Cluj, Romania. The artists, galleries and organizations – active in the fields of theatre, contemporary dance, visual arts, arts in public space, music – are jointly engaged into delivering relevant cultural content, both for the artistic community and the wide audience.  More

Centre for Visual Introspection (CVI)

 

Centre for Visual Introspection is an independent platform generated by artists Anca Benera, Arnold Estefan, Catalin Rulea and art historian Alina Serban. Reacting critically to the restrictive institutional frameworks present within the Romanian cultural sphere, Centre for Visual Introspection was conceived as an independent centre for promoting the artistic production at the borders of cultural theory, research, architecture, design and sound experiment. T  More

PAVILION – Centre for contemporary arts and culture

 

PAVILION is a work-in-progress independent space, a space for the production and research in the fields of visual, discursive and performative. It is a space of the critical thinking, and it promotes an artistic perspective implying the social and political involvement of the art and of the cultural institutions.  More

Transylvania Trust

 

Transylvania Trust is a registered charity whose main goal, the sustainable protection of the built heritage is achieved in the long term through integrated conservation projects. However, the Trust is also helping wherever there is a desperate need in built heritage conservation.  More

Intercultural Institute from Timişoara (I.I.T.)

 

The Intercultural Institute from Timisoara (IIT) is a non-governmental organization with cultural, civic and scientific activity, without political goals, that accepts and promotes the values and principles of the Council of Europe in the intercultural dimension. IIT pursues the development of the intercultural dimension in the field of education and culture while promoting at the national and international level the climate of tolerance and dialogue specific to the town of Timisoara.  More

National Film Archive (NFA)

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The National Film Archive accredited specialized archive’s function is the collection, preservation, scientific processing and using of audiovisual archival materials which document national film production, genesis and development of film art, life of the Czech nation and important world events. At present the NFA takes care of more than 150 millions film metres, 600 thousands photographs, 30 thousands posters, 100 thousand advert materials, large archive of the Czech film and film library.  More

European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies

 

The European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies is concerned with intensifying networking among actors in the cultural field. It participates in their transversal practices of cooperation and develops their processual discourses on the arts and on the instruments of cultural policies.  More

After Image Productions

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After Image Productions is engaged in the cultural business since 1996. Events in the fields of film, fine arts and multimedia are conceived, financed and conducted. After Image Productions can look back on many years of experience in following areas: curator function, artistic and organisational conducting, event marketing, sponsoring, event technique and event logistics.
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mica – music austria

 

mica – music austria is the professional partner for musicians in Austria. It was founded in 1994 as an independent, non-profit association, on the initiative of the Republic of Austria. mica – music austria has national and international networks and is a member of EMO (European Music Office), IAMIC (International Association of Music Information Centres), IAML (International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres) and IMC (International Music Council).  More

Tanzquartier Wien (TQW)

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The Tanzquartier Wien (TQW) is one of the most important dance houses in Europe when it comes to thinking ahead and promoting contemporary dance and performance and the related theoretical discourses and standpoints. Against the background of a transdisciplinary understanding of art that is also reflected in the location of the TQW at the centre of the MuseumsQuartier, the tracing of contemporary developments and pioneering tendencies in dance creation and the dialogic proximity with arts determine its actions as well as the formats.  More

danceWEB

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danceWEB is a non-profit organization based in Vienna founded in 1996, devising and realising projects to enhance the professional possibilities for emerging choreographers together with partner organizations such as CCN Montpellier, Ultima Vez, Cullberg Ballet, Southbank Centre, Station or Workshop Foundation.  More

Eurozine

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Eurozine is a network of European cultural journals, linking up more than 75 partner journals and just as many associated magazines and institutions from nearly all European countries. Eurozine is also a netmagazine which publishes outstanding articles from its partner journals with additional translations into one of the major European languages.  More

Philippine Graphic Design Award 2011 | call for submissions

Philippine Graphic Design Award 2011 | call for submissions

Deadline: September 20, 2011 6:00 PM (+8GMT)

Established in 2010, the Philippine Graphic Design Awards (PGDA) is the first and only programme that awards Filipino designers for their outstanding work in the field of graphic design.  More

Posted: August 5, 2011
1st Jaipur International Animation Film Festival (JIAFF)

1st Jaipur International Animation Film Festival (JIAFF)

Deadline: September 25, 2011

The 1st Jaipur Animation Film Festival will be held from the 12th -13th October 2011 in the world’s most beautiful city in the state of Rajasthan, PINK CITY Jaipur, INDIA.  More

Posted: August 5, 2011
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SCREEM Shorts Festival 2011

SCREEM Shorts Festival 2011

Deadline: September 5, 2011

The first edition of SCREEM Shorts 2011 has officially opened its call for entries and is currently seeking submissions from Singapore and Asian filmmakers. The closing date for submission is 5th Sept 2011. Probably the first in Asia, the SCREEM Shorts was established in order to provide more opportunities and exposure for independent and non-independent […]  More

Posted: August 5, 2011
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Causeway EXchange Festival | Kuala Lumpur

Causeway EXchange Festival | Kuala Lumpur

Venue: Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC)

Date: August 4, 2011 - August 7, 2011

The Causeway EXchange Festival (CEX) aims at building a bridge between Singapore and Malaysia through artistic and cultural activities that are based on “humour, wit, and irony”.  More

Posted: August 4, 2011
The Core Project | global visual artists call

The Core Project | global visual artists call

Deadline: November 30, 2011

The Core Project is looking for one video entry from one person in every country in the world! By collaborating with Artists and Residents across all the sovereign nations of the world to create one piece of work broadcast to millions.  More

Posted: August 4, 2011

Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research (Luxembourg)

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In the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, the Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research is implementing the cultural policy, culture being understood as a vast factor shaping all societies, integrating at the same time the arts, literature, customs and habits, fundamental human rights, creativity and acceptance of the other. More than 33% of those who live in Luxembourg are not “nationals”. Therefore, the Ministry of Culture is conscious that culture needs to appeal to the country’s many component communities.  More

Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities and Tourism (MiBACT)

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Since 2000, the Ministry for Heritage and Cultural Activities / MiBAC has been entrusted with the full range of core cultural functions: heritage, museums, libraries and archives, visual arts, performing arts and cinema, cultural institutions, copyright, with the only exception being communications (radio television and the press).  More

German Ministry of Education, Science and Culture

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The ministry is responsible for the state’s educational institutions – from all its kindergartens and schools to further training programmes for its teachers. University and research policy is the second focus of the ministry’s activities. The third focal point is promoting the state’s culture in all of its diversity. The division also includes the State Centre for Political Education and the office of the State Commissioner for the Files of the State Security Service of the Former GDR.   More

Ministry of Education and Culture Finland

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Within the Government, the Ministry of Education and Culture is responsible for developing education, science, cultural, sport and youth policies, and international cooperation in these fields. There are two ministers at the Ministry of Education and Culture: the Minister of Education and Science, Mr Jukka Gustafsson, is responsible for matters relating to education and research and the Minister of Culture and Sport, Mr Paavo Arhinmäki, for matters relating to culture, sports, youth, copyright and student financial aid.  More

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)

 

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency manages the Community action in the fields of education, audiovisual and culture. Fully operational from the 1st of January 2006, the Executive Agency operates under supervision from its three parent Directorates-General of the European Commission: Education and Culture (DG EAC), Communication (DG COMM) and EuropeAid Development and Cooperation (DG DEVCO).  More

Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic

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Culture can be viewed as a „ticket to the future“ ; once again the Czech Republic wants to become a cultural crossroad, it wants to utilize its natural position in a free, open and creative way in the creation of its own culture, in the preservation of cultural heritage and its application in every realm of social life.  More

Austrian Foreign Ministry

 

A proactive and innovative international cultural policy is a quality benchmark of Austria’s foreign policy. Its tasks and objectives are precisely formulated in the NEW International Cultural Policy Concept, which has been in force since 2001. In a nutshell, it aims at creating international moments of attention for the creative side of Austria using culture as a medium.  More

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