Open Calls

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Here you will find a selection of current international and national open calls and opportunities (i.e. competitions, prizes, exhibitions, awards, proposals, residencies and grants) across art forms for artists, creators, translators and makers to participate in exciting international programmes.

If you would like to see an opportunity added to our listing, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Listings are regularly updated.

The Arts Infopoint UK initiative

Arts Infopoint UK is a pilot initiative to support the arts sector with information on practical issues relating to artist mobility. The project will look at ways to provide support for international artists visiting the UK as well as venues or companies in the UK who want to invite an international artist or company to perform here.

Deadline: 16.06.24, 17.00 BST
Image, scrape, synthesise, collapse

The Photographers’ Gallery, a public gallery in London dedicated to photography, is inviting proposals for an artist or collective working with photography, digital and moving image practices to develop research and create a new digital commission around generative AI, self-made tools or similar advanced technology. The research will be presented online via online resource Unthinking Photography and at the Gallery in February 2025. The selected artist or collective will receive a £4,000 fee and £5,000 production costs. Applicants can be based in the UK and internationally.

Applications are accepted from 01.11-2024 - 11.01.2025
Rampenlichter Festival 2025

Be part of Rampenlichter in July, 2025! Application starts on 1st of November 2024 for kids, teens and young adults (age 6-27 years) with their dance, theatre and dance-theatre plays. In 2025, the festival will have a focus for the first time: we will explore together how our joint artistic work can contribute to democracy, participation, diversity and freedom. Your plays are welcome to fit in, but all other topics will – as always – find their space and their stage!