OPEN CALL: Moving Identities are inviting artists to explore European identity

Publisert: 31.03.2023

OPEN CALL: Moving Identities are inviting artists to explore European identity

Funded by The Creative Europe Programme, the 3-year residency programme titled Moving Identities is launching an international open call today.

Move people, move standpoints, move perceptions. Be who you are, speak up, say your opinion. Share, be open, create communities, connect to people and places. Experience. Take risks, miss the point, act, and create. Shine, and be comfortable in shining, be experienced and get the attention you deserve!

Targeting performing artists willing to explore the themes diversity and inclusion under the overall focus ‘European Identities today’, this open call and its 6 European residency institutions are looking for companies of established artists of 2-5 people based in Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Norway, and Spain.

Moving Identities offer an opportunity for companies to develop a project idea and artistic vision through 3 paid residencies – 1 local and 2 internationals. The programme is conscious on sustainability and will prioritize slow travel where possible.

About Moving Identities

Moving Identities creates a more sustainable, diverse and including platform for European Identities in the performing arts. The programme is created with support from Creative Europe by venues from Hammerfest, Copenhagen, Narva, Tallinn, Dresden, Hasselt, and Barcelona. We offer a European network of residencies and experts who wish to open a new world for artists to play within. The focus is European identities today, and the dream is to connect with artists, venues, and experts across borders in an eco-friendly way.

In between and during residencies, we offer mentorship from our expert partners in topics of diversity, LGBTQIA+ representation, sustainability, and touring, and we will help the artists develop their careers internationally.

Open call out now

March 31st - May 8th 2023

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Open call



For further information, please contact project lead Astrid Aspegren: