With its residence programs, the Goethe-Institut would like to offer a "space for new perspectives" and every year invites artists and creators of culture to live and work for a while in a different country and culture.
The Goethe-Institut is providing funding for the development of exhibitions and discursive formats with transnational cooperative working structures from the fields of visual arts, architecture, design and art education/cultural mediation as well as interdisciplinary projects.
Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin is calling for participants to be part of the digital edition of the Young Curators Academy, an artistic and activist platform for discovering alliances, exploring affinities, and consolidating solidarities. For more info, click here.
The Brechtbüro Augsburg is looking for cooperation partners worldwide (cultural institutions, independent theater ensembles, music groups, art academies) whose current works deal with Bertolt Brecht, the Epic Theater and/or with influences of Brechtian aesthetics on the performing arts of the present. Specifically, this involves guest performance proposals and possible cooperation or co-production projects for the upcoming Augsburg Brecht Festival (Feb. 18-Feb. 27) as well as the anniversary festival "125 Years of Brecht" in 2023.