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Open Call i-Portunus Second Phase Mobility of Artists

i-Portunus offers open calls for artists, creators and cultural professionals with the topics of music, literary translation, architecture and cultural heritage.

Funding CCI in BSR

i-Portunus have launched several open calls for applications, targeting artists, creators and cultural professionals in music, literary translation, architecture and cultural heritage. i-Portunus continues to support the mobility of artists, creators and cultural professionals among all countries participating in the Creative Europe Programme. The main focus is to connect artists and to support international collaborations. This will be done via physical mobility but also, if necessary, by virtual or blended mobility variations.

The call i-Portunus for Literary Translation is directed to literary translators, active in the field of literature, of all educational qualifications and levels of experience, legally residing in a Creative Europe country, (individuals or groups up to 5 people). The call i-Portunus for Music is open to composers, musicians and singerspreferably in classical music, jazz and traditional music genres (individuals or groups up to 5 people), of all educational qualifications and levels of experience, legally residing in a Creative Europe country. Submission deadline: 28 February

The call i-Portunus for Architecture is open for architects and cultural professionals active in the field of architecture (individuals and groups up to 5 people), of all educational qualifications and levels of experience, legally residing in a Creative Europe country. Submisseion deadline: 14 March 2021

The duration of the mobility for all open calls must be between 7 and 60 days and must take place latest before 30 November 2021. The main objective of the mobility for all open calls is preferably international collaboration, production oriented residencies or professional development.

The second pilot project was selected and co-funded by the Creative Europe program and a consortium headed by Goethe-Institut with Institut fran├žais and Izolyatsia.