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Call for Applications

Cultural exchange thrives through personal encounters. The Goethe-Institut and its partners offer varied opportunities in residencies, trainings and workshops in Germany, in India or online. Recent opportunities are listed on this page.

23. Internationale Werkstatt „Theater Übersetzen“

The workshop for translators promotes engagement with new German-language drama on an international level. Every year, the ITI Germany invites translators of German-language drama to an international workshop as part of the Mülheimer Theatertage.

Application Deadline: 15 January 2022

BB12 Curators Workshop

In collaboration with the Allianz Kulturstiftung, BMW Group, Goethe-Institut e. V., and Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa), the Berlin Biennale invites a group of eight to twelve early- career curators, educators, and other practitioners to participate in a ten-day workshop.

- The workshop will be conducted in English.
- The application is open for early-career curators, educators, and other practitioners of any age.

Application Deadline: January 31, 2022

Refunction 2022

This year Refunction invites artists and groups to submit proposals for both physical (offline) and digital (online) performance projects. Our programme continues to encourage performers and theatre makers to imagine projects that will explore the movement and tension between material, technique and function. We are excited to support works that challenge and propose rituals, modes and mediums of performance in our present contexts.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 1 March 2022

M.A.P//A.M.P Music Library

The M.A.P//A.M.P Music Library aims to create a repository of activist music from South Asia, which will serve as an archive to amplify the reach of music as an expression and a tool of social and political activism. This library is an effort to bring together such voices from the region that may have gone unheard. In the process, we hope to create a rich and diverse range of activist music that will span all genres and generations of music and poetry.