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Astrid Mörk, Advisor - Germany I Belgium
Astrid Mörk
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Advisor - Germany I Belgium
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a.moerk [at] dutchculture.nl
 

Open Calls across the Arts in Germany

Open Calls across the Arts in Germany

Three exciting open calls for competitions and funding across the arts in Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, and Berlin.
By Noor van Asseldonk Chen

Following its dedication to intercultural cooperation, Germany is welcoming new artists and cultural projects with a few exciting programmes. Young artists and creatives, in particular, are encouraged to apply. Düsseldorf isn an especially interesting location for cultural development at the moment due to its proximity to the Dutch-German borders, a quality Germany recognises for its advantage in encouraging cross-border collaboration.

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The Neue Zollhof building complex designed by American architect Frank O. Gehry
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Six Saxena via Unsplash

stadt.raum.experimente - Düsseldorf

stadt.raum.experimente is an exciting new initiative by the Düsseldorf Art Commission for promoting contemporary art in public spaces. Both local and international artists are invited to develop experimental and temporary concepts for urban spaces. In particular, projects with an eye for the state and processes of change in the city are encouraged to apply. Installation, performance, or participation: stadt.raum.experimente is open to all forms and experimental ideas, with up to €120,000 available annually and €60,000 per project and the possibility for third-party funding.

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  • Application is open to all
  • Application deadline: 15 October 2022
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Berlinale logo on cinema screen with audience sitting in front
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Berlinale
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Daniel Seiffert

Berlinale International Film Festival - Berlin

The Berlin International Film Festival, otherwise known as the Berlinale, is a major public cultural event and one of the international film industry’s most important events. Categories open to submission include Competition, Encounters, Berlinale Shorts, Panorama, Forum, Generation, Perspektive Deutsches Kino, Berlinale Series, and Berlinale Classics. The prize categories are broad, each with varying requirements for entry.

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  • Application deadline feature-length films: registration of films and receipt of selection screeners by 2 November 2022
  • Application deadline short films: registration of films and receipt of selection screeners by 16 November 2022
  • Application deadline Berlinale Series: registration of series and receipt of selection screeners by 23 November 2022

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Contemporary dancer lying on a stage with her arms above her head
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Zsófia Safranka-Peti, International Solo-Tanz-Theatre Festival 2022 choreography winner.
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Lars Menzel via Solo-Tanz-Theater

International Solo-Tanz-Theatre Festival - Stuttgart

The International Solo-Tanz-Theatre Festival in Stuttgart is a dance competition offering young dancers and choreographers between 18 and 30 the chance to present an original solo piece. Creativity, imagination, and uniqueness are highly valued and the festival aims to support competitors in their artistry through prize money at a total value of €16,000 and a 'Gala of Winners' tour through Germany.

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  • Dancers must be at least 18 years old and not more than 30 years old
  • Choreographers must participate with a solo piece that is either presented as a premiere or hasn’t been performed on stage for the first time before March 2023
  • Application deadline: 11 November 2022
  • International Solo-Dance-Theatre Festival: 16-19 March 2023
  • 'Gala of Winners' tour: 17-30 November 2023
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