Every year, the Cité internationale des arts launches a residency program intitled 2—12 , open to all artistic disciplines (visual arts, performing arts, music and writing).
Offering the research time required by each artist, this program gives everyone the opportunity to apply upon submission of a project, for residencies lasting between two and twelve months, between September 2024 and August 2025.
Participation in the 2—12 program enables artists to benefit from networking with the community of 325 artists in residence, of all nationalities, disciplines and generations, as well as with external professionals, depending on the project.
Application deadline: 28 January 2024
Following the first edition in March 2023, Kultur lx – Arts Council Luxembourg, in partnership with producing venues and companies in the country, will coordinate a second national Luxembourg Performing arts Focus, for international professionals, from Wednesday 6 to Friday 8 November 2024. This second Focus will include a programme of shows, work-in-progress, pitches and networking events. It will be a highlight in 2024 in terms of raising the international profile of Luxembourg professionals and productions.
Kultur | lx is therefore launching a call for proposals for the programme of the Focus Performing Arts in Luxembourg 2024.
The deadline for submitting applications is at midnight on Thursday 29 February 2024.
Following the first round of grants to help companies from Luxembourg take part in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2023, Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is now opening a second call for expression of interest in the Luxembourg Selection for the 2024 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a Prospecting Visit to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The Fringe is a high-profile strategic professional platform for networking with a view to distributing creations from Luxembourg and supporting the career development of performing arts professionals.
Kultur | lx will provide advising and financial tour support for the selected shows and will organise a prospecting programme.
The deadline for submitting applications is midnight on Sunday 14 January 2024.
In order to raise awareness of an artist’s work within the sector and among the public, and to foster knowledge of different artistic practices, Kultur | lx supports the production of an artistic portfolio. The format chosen by the artist must be suited to the way in which they work and may take the form of a paper publication or digital format. Kultur | lx intends to promote the distribution of these publications within the sector and to the public, whether as part of scouting programmes or on the Kultur | lx website. The publications for this grant should not be linked to a planned exhibition or event however must be conceived as an introduction to the artist’s career and artistic approach. They must also include the cooperation of and contributions from other professionals (commissioning of texts, images, videos, etc. documenting the artist). Priority will be given to artists who do not yet have such a tool for presenting their work.
Application deadline : 29 October 2023
The “Centre national de la danse x Cité internationale des arts” Residency is open to choreographers of all nationalities, working and living outside of France (overseas territories excluded).
The purpose of this residency is to promote the mobility of professionals and to enlarge their network. For the choreographer, it is an opportunity to make their work known in France and to expand their research.
With this program, the Centre national de la danse and the Cité internationale des arts are committed to supporting the project of each laureate by allowing him/her to benefit from a privileged accompaniment and a three-month residency in Paris and Pantin.
Application deadline: 29 August 2023
Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg, in collaboration with the Cultural service at the Embassy of Luxembourg in Berlin, is offering a six-week choreographic research and production residency at the Uferstudios Berlin, between July and August 2024 (six weeks to be defined), on the basis of a call for applications. This residency abroad encourages choreographers to immerse themselves in the Berlin art scene and promotes networking with the local art scene, contributing to the long-term development of their professional career.
The Uferstudios für zeitgenössischen Tanz, which has been located in the heart of the Wedding district in the former premises of local transport companies since 2010, is home to dancers, choreographers and artists from all over the world. In the 14 well-equipped studios, dancers, choreographers and artists are offered a space dedicated to public and private rehearsals, workshops and performances in a creative and stimulating environment.
Application deadline: November 12, 2023 at 23:59 CET.
To better support Luxembourg’s dancers and choreographers, Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg, the Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg and TROIS C-L – Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois will award a grant to a creative team based in Luxembourg to develop a dance project.
This grant shall run over two years (2024 + 2025) and will support all aspects of the creative process: project development, promotion and international networking. The grant will offer direct financial support for the production as well as support through international platforms and funding for the development phase. It will also include residencies at the Lyon National Dance Centre and the Le Gymnase CDCN in Roubaix.
This initiative aims to offer the recipient the opportunity to develop a project with international reach in its entirety over a two-year period. The project will receive financial support and dedicated guidance from the three partners at all stages of the development process. It will also include financial and in-kind support from third parties.
Deadline to apply: September 17, 2023 at 23:59 CET
The ASSITEJ Small Countries Network is happy to announce the Next Generation LAB SAHASA, which will take place from 25 to 28 October 2023 in Liechtenstein. As part of the programme, 12 young artists from the small countries of Europe will attend the “Creativity meets art” workshop with the Luxembourgish choreographer Jill Crovisier and will participate in a series of activities.
ASSITEJ Luxembourg is issuing an open call for the selection of the two artists who will represent Luxembourg in the programme. The open call is directed to young people (18-30 years old), dance professionals or with experience in creative movement. Interested artists are requested to send their CV together with a letter of interest (up to one A4 page) to the email firstname.lastname@example.org, with the title “Small countries – Next Generation Programme”. The letter should clearly state the reasons why the applicant is suitable to take part in the programme. CVs and letters can be in English, French, German or Luxembourgish.
All costs for the participation and per diem of the two artists in the program will be covered by ASSITEJ Liechtenstein and ASSITEJ Luxembourg. The programme will be held in the English language.
Application deadline: 5 June 2023
Culture Moves Europe is the new, full-scale European cultural mobility scheme funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and implemented by Goethe-Institut.
Culture Moves Europe offers mobility grants to artists, cultural professionals and host organisations to pursue an international project. It focuses on the sectors of architecture, cultural heritage, design and fashion design, literary translation, music, performing arts and visual arts and covers all Creative Europe countries (including Overseas Countries and Territories and Outermost regions of the European Union):
Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Ukraine. Though Culture Moves Europe is designed to enable physical mobility across Europe and beyond, applicants who legally reside in Ukraine will exceptionally have the option to apply for a virtual mobility.
Culture Moves Europe is composed of two actions:
- Individual mobilities for persons who to travel between 7 and 60 days, as well as for groups of up to 5 persons who travel for up to 21 days. Rolling calls for artists and cultural professionals of all sectors will be open every year between autumn and spring.
- Residencies for host organisations: Financial support to encourage short-term (1 to 3 months), long-term (3 to 6 months) and extended residencies (up to 10 months). Calls for each sector will be open twice during the duration of the scheme.
Application deadline: 31 May 2023
On the proposal of, and in collaboration with, the THEATER FEDERATIOUN, the Fonds culturel national launches a call for applications for two grants for creative artists in the arts sector (directors, authors, sound designers) to participate in an artistic incubator, from 24 May to 2 June 2023 in Montreal.
The Commission Internationale du Théâtre Francophone (CITF) and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ) are setting up an international artistic incubator.
Selected by the members of the CITF, the artists will be part of a group of fifteen professionals from the French-speaking countries who will participate in a 10-day artistic incubator in Montreal. They will have the opportunity to forge special professional ties, participate in artistic creation laboratories, have exchanges with artists and professionals from the Quebec theatre community, and attend various shows and activities at the Festival TransAmériques, which takes place in Montreal from May 24 to June 7, 2023.
Artists who wish to apply must be inspired by the theme “Flamboyant like oracles”. Through this theme, CITF is looking for artists who are citizens, who are committed to their practice, who speak out on the burning issues of society and who wish to share their art and their thoughts with artists from the Francophonie.
Throughout the week, the participants will meet with artists whose artistic approach focuses on engaged art or the creation of works that claim, denounce, take a stand or defend a particular cause.
- Encourage encounters and establish professional links between artists from France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Quebec, Canada and the member countries of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie.
- Encourage artistic collaboration and the development of theatrical co-production projects between companies and artists from the international Francophonie.
- Contribute to the development of theatrical practices.
- Stimulate artistic exchange within the international Francophonie.
- To acquire a better knowledge of Quebec theatrical creation.
- Number of days (10): May 24 to June 2, 2023
Profile of the artists
- Candidates must be Luxembourg artists or residents of Luxembourg or have a strong presence in the Grand-Ducal artistic scene
- Have at least five (5) years of recognised professional practice in theatre and have at least two of the following skills: playwriting, acting, directing, musical composition
- Have organizational structures that enable them to carry out production projects
- Work in one of the Francophone regions targeted by the project
- Demonstrate a strong desire for professional development and renewal
- Desire to undertake artistic collaborations with creators from other Francophone regions
Application deadline: 15 February 2023