RCF - Eligible candidates for the RCF/Creative Tracks call
The Roberto Cimetta Fund received 350 requests online and 82 applications for the Creative Tracks/RCF funding line. 33 candidates were considered eligible.
Eligible candidates are:
Abdulnabi Mohamed Alaradi Nada
Abi Khalil Amanda
Albatoul Sbahi Fatima
Atiyah Jbara Al-Darraji Ali
Ben Baya Nur Allh
Gökçeer Cemil Batur
Gumusayak Huri Gonca
Koushki Jasmine Khaatoon
Mercedes Rodrigo Garcia
Metahni Mohamed Amine
Mohammed Mahmoud Ayisha
Van de Peer Stephanie
The expert Committee will evaluate these applications and the final result will be announced on our website the 7th June 2017.
RSS - Call for papers - Deadline : 15/05/17
The International Alliance of Independent Publishers launch a call for papers for its co-published review, Bibliodiversity.
This issue will focuse on the question of self publishing as a vector of bibliodiversity and will approach the current stakes in the publishing sector.
It will be coordinated by Sylvie Bosser (Université Paris 8, CEMTI).
The deadline to send an abstract (4000 signs) is 15th May 2017.
For further informations, please click here.
RCF - Seminar in Paris - 7/03/2017
The Roberto Cimetta Fund organised the Creative Tracks seminar in Paris on the subject of “Independent cultural entrepreneurs driving artistic creation”.
This one-day event was held at the French Ministry of Culture and Communication on 7th March and grouped together over 60 cultural entrepreneurs and analysts from 16 countries (Belgium, Burkina Faso, China, the Congo, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, the Netherlands, Spain, Syria).
- cultural business or funding models based on innovation and technology on the one hand,
- and the importance of international cultural cooperation, mobility, exchange, joint projects as tools for their development on the other.
RSS - Call for participation Madrassa - Deadline : 05/05/17
The Atelier de l'Observatoire is launching its regional programme of residencies, meetings and trainings in contemporary curatorial practices.
Madrassa is a programme of curatorial research and practice in contemporary art. It is one of the first of its kind in the region. The programme strives to educate and connect a community of young arts professionals through training and networking opportunities.
RSS - Open Call for texts and artworks - Deadline 30/04/17
Malta: Culture in Transformation is the theme of the call launched by Interartive, platform for contemporary art.
The call is focused on the analyse the contemporary cultural development of Malta. A cultural context in transformation needs a constant examination and the contribution of new and diverse perspectives. Scholars, critics, curators and artists who work on this subject are invited to participate.
For further informations about the call, click here