Roberto Cimetta Fund ǀ Valletta 2018 Mobility Funding

The Roberto Cimetta Fund and the Valletta 2018 Foundation are collaborating on an initiative to improve and increase mobility of artists in the Euro-Mediterranean region. This initiative will see a series of open calls for travel grants being offered from 2015 to 2018; artists and cultural operators (individuals not organisations) living and working in the Euro-Arab region who wish to undertake collaborative projects satisfying the criteria listed are invited to apply.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Balkans Arts and Culture Fund (BAC)

BAC supports cultural projects conducted in the region of the Western Balkans, especially projects with regional, collaborative approach, as well as wider exchanges of/with the regional (Balkans) arts and culture.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Wales Arts International, UK

Wales Arts International funding is aimed at Wales based organisation to support their local as well as international development outside the UK. The grant can be £5,000 maximum and is dedicated to support mobility (travel and accommodation costs).

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here 

The Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme, Nordic Culture Point

This programme is open to applicants from all the Nordic and Balitc countries in the areas of artists, cultural operators and residency centres. Mobility support, networking funding and artist residencies are supported through this programme.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Allianz Kulturstiftung

The Allianz Cultural Foundation supports cooperative projects with involved artists and partners from at least three countries. Apart from Central and South- European countries, the foundation is now focusing on Mediterranean countries.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Foyle Foundation, UK

The Foyle Foundation gives grants to organisations developing new publics and supporting emerging artists. The grants are project/activity related or may offer core funding for the small organisations.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

The Henry Moore Foundation, UK

The Henry Moore Foundation awards grants in six categories: new projects, collections, long-term research and development, small research grants, artists’ residencies or fellowships and conferences, Lectures and publications.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Art Council England, UK

The Art Council England supports a range of activities across the arts, museums and libraries and offers diverse funding and grants for arts organizations as well as individuals.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Arts Council of Ireland, IE

The Arts Council of Ireland is a government agency in charge of developing the arts by working in partnership with artists, arts organizations and public policy makers. It offers financial support to both individuals and arts organizations in Ireland.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

Creative Scotland, SCOTLAND

Creative Scotland is the official body entitled by the Scottish government to offer grants for individuals and organizations in the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland.

To find out more about:

–       applications, click here

–       previous funding projects, click here

European Cultural Foundation

An independent, non-national, pan-European cultural foundation that runs its own activities, programmes and grants to support independent cultural projects. They share and connect knowledge across the European cultural sector and advocate for the arts on all levels of political decision-making.

Link: http://www.eurocult.org/
Tags: European, grants, culture, online platform

Anna Lindh Grants Programme

Established and financed by all 35 members of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, it promotes regional cooperation in the economic, social and cultural fields.Anna Lindh Grants Programme

Website includes an excellent grant search tool.

Link: http://www.annalindhfoundation.org/granted-projects
Tags: grants, Europe, cooperation

Balkankult

A regional cultural foundation in the Balkans. Its goals include supporting mobility of people, ideas and expertise, the development of cultural diversity and creative industries and research and publishing activities. Their mobility fund supports artists and practitioners with travel to show their works and exchange experiences.

Link: http://www.balkankult.org/bk/
Tags: bulkan, Exchange, mobility, expertise, culture

Gulliver Connect

A mobility programme through work placements for young and up-coming artists, art managers and cultural operators in Europe and beyond. Gulliver Connect is a longest established and most flexible mobility and work placement programme in Europe. It promotes international co-operation among arts and cultural professionals from Europe.

Link: http://www.gulliverconnect.org
Tags: mobility, work, Europe