i-Portunus, the EU-funded initiative providing artists with cross-border opportunities, invites art and culture professionals from Ukraine to create a joint project with colleagues from Creative Europe countries and the UK.
An organisation or established individual artists and cultural professionals, legally registered in Ukraine, can invite two to five colleagues or partially arrange a virtual mobility. The total length of the mobility has to be between 7 and 60 days.
According to the grant scheme conditions, each participant who will come to Ukraine for seven days will receive €1,650. This sum will cover travel, project realisation, and provision costs. For each extra day, another €33 will be awarded.
The participants of virtual mobility will be provided with €1,000 – €1,500. This sum will cover organisational expenses, hardware, software, facilitation fees, and production costs.
The deadline for applications is 3 October.
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