Culture Moves Europe provides mobility grants for artists and cultural professionals in all 40 creative Europe countries. It covers the sectors of architecture, cultural heritage, design and fashion design, literature, music, performing arts and visual arts.
The call aims to provide financial support to organisations and individuals, interested in hosting artists and cultural professionals (A&CPs) for a residency project.
The second call for residency hosts provides financial support to organisations and artists registered as legal entities working in the sectors of music, literature, architecture, cultural heritage, design and fashion design, visual arts, and performing arts. Legal entities can be non-profit organisations, non-governmental organisations, public bodies, foundations, companies, or self-employed persons etc..
The residency action supports legal entities that are registered and based in one of the 40 Creative Europe countries. It supports them to welcome up to 5 international artists and cultural professionals for a residency project lasting between 22 and 300 days.
The participants must be at least 18 years old and legal residents of other Creative Europe countries. The grant contributes to the costs of inviting and hosting international artists and cultural professionals.
The residency project should pursue two of the following objectives:
To explore: To conduct research, to investigate and work on a specific theme or a new concept.
To create: To engage in a collective creative process seeking to produce a new piece of artistic/cultural work.
To learn: To enhance the participants’ competences and skills through non-formal learning or collaboration with a specialist.
To connect: To develop a professional network, to strengthen the participants’ professional development, to engage with new audiences.
To transform: To contribute to societal change in line with the New European Bauhaus values and principles.
You must select one of the following options in your application:
For Residency Hosts
Including the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs) and (ORs) Outermost Regions of the European Union:
The residency grant is compiled of two parts:
The grant calculations are made specifically for each beneficiary, based on their project and participants’ personal situation. The entire residency grant is transferred to the residency host, who is responsible for distributing the corresponding amounts to each participant.