UNIDEE in Residence 2009 Call for Applications

posted by Mira on 2008/11/25 11:31

[ Call for Applications ]

UniCredit and Unidee establish scholarship grants to offer creative people
coming from Est-European Countries the opportunity to be an active
participant in the Unidee & UniCredit project

The goal of the Unidee & UniCredit project is to activate creative processes for socially responsible change. The participants will have the task and the opportunity to conceive, promote and coordinate an "initiative", such as conference, meetings, exhibitions
and workshops in collaboration with cultural local institutions in their countries and in
agreement with UniCredit and Cittadellarte. The "initiative" will be aimed at researching and promoting the relation between the world of finance, of enterprise and of culture, stimulating the dialogue between different disciplines and cultural environments in the home countries of the applicants.

Eligibility: artists, curators, managers of socio-cultural projects from Croatia, Ukraine, Serbia and Bulgaria.

Working language is English.

Dates of residency: 15 June – 15 October 2009.

Deadline for applications: 28 February 2009

Grants: UniCredit offers to three applicants from Est-European countries the possibility to take part in Unidee in Residence 2009 by covering the whole UNIDEE fee of 10.000,00 Euro to Cittadellarte which includes attendance of workshops and seminaries, the visits and inspections, the participation in the Cittadellarte's activities, the tutors assistance, the board and lodging on the premises for the four months of residency programme and travel expenses (one return flight at lowest available fare).

Additional information about the addmission and application forms are available here.

 


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