Utlysning av kulturuppdrag och stipendier

En ung kvinna läser med en e-boksläsare. © Goethe-Institut/Loredana La Rocca

Här publicerar vi regelbundet erbjudanden som riktar sig till konstnärer, översättare och kulturskapande inom film, teater, dans, litteratur, musik och konst.

Förutom internationella workshops, seminarier och residenser i Tyskland finner du även ”Call for entries” från festivaler och andra samarbetspartners som Goethe-Institut har i Tyskland. Vi hänvisar även till dessa erbjudanden på Facebook och Twitter.

Aktuella erbjudanden


You are now cordially invited to become one of the many voices of Voices.Europe right now. No musical knowledge is necessary. Everyone can join in, whether amateur, professional or non-professional, young or old; you are all welcome. Simply sing one or more lines from Langemann's composition, record it (with your mobile phone, for example), and send it to us by 30 June 2021. If you would like to be part of the closing film, you can also send us (via mobile phone) a video of yourself.
We will provide you with sound samples that we would like you to sing.
Deadline for recordings is 30 June 2021.


The application for REX Animation Student Award (engelska)

The Open Call is for animated shorts produced in Europe. The application for REX Animation Student Award is open exclusively for Swedish student productions.

Rex is the only film festival in Sweden dedicated purely to animated films at this time. Rex Animation Film Festival was initiated by Stockholm’s European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) in 2015. The festival is growing every year and offers a varied and colorful program of European animated short and feature films for both adults and young people.

June 6, 2021 - Earlybird Deadline
August 1, 2021 - Regular Deadline


SchUM Artist in Residence (engelska)

We are offering up to three project fellowships for the realization of an artistic project that addresses the history of the ShUM communities and their religious, cultural and architectural legacy. A public presentation of the completed projects (exhibition, concert, reading, performance, etc.) is intended. Required is an artistic approach to the ShUM legacy, taking into consideration Judaism’s ideas, history and current position.

During their stay, the artistic ShUM fellows will also be expected to allow interested visitors an insight into their work and concepts in a suitable form, e.g., in workshop discussions. Young people and schools will also be invited, and an exchange of ideas with local artists and cultural institutions is also desirable. Events linked to the fellowship are organized in collaboration with the curator and artistic director of the residency program. Communication is in English or German.