The EU-funded EU4Culture project announces its second call for mobility grants to support artists and cultural professionals from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the Republic of Moldova.
Artists or cultural professionals from all cultural sectors over the age of 18, who are citizens or legal residents of these countries are eligible to apply.
The call is open for internships, study visits, conferences, professional developments, and other activities that foster knowledge exchange and intercultural dialogue.
The call supports short-term mobilities (7-10 calendar days) with up to €1,500, medium-term mobilities (up to 5 weeks) with up to €3,500, long-term mobilities (up to 12 weeks) with up to €5,000 and virtual mobilities (no travel, but online participation in an event taking place in another country) with up to 1,000€.
Mobility projects can be implemented between 17 October 2022 and 27 October 2023 in the EU member states, EU partner countries and other European countries.
Applicants should prepare an action plan with the budget for international mobility, using the online application form and submit it via the Goethe Application Portal (GAP).
The deadline for applications is 31 August 2022.
EU4Culture is implemented by the Goethe-Institut (Lead), Czech Centers, Danish Cultural Institute, and Institut Français de Géorgie. In total, the project will announce six calls for mobility grants between 2022-2024 and up to 250 individual grants will be awarded.
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