This page provides information about current funding schemes available through ACAX. As we consider effective information transfer a priority, we continually publish information about the newest international calls for applications available for Hungarian artists, art historians and curators.
Further calls for applications:
The I-Park Foundation, Inc., located in rural East Haddam, CT (U.S.), announces its 2013 multi-disciplinary artists-in-residence program. Self-directed artists' residencies will be offered from May through November 2013. Most residencies are 4-weeks in duration. Residencies are offered to creative individuals working in the Visual Arts, Music Composition/Sound Sculpture, Architecture, Creative Writing, Moving Image and Landscape/Garden Design.
Deadline: 4 February 2013
The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea invites outstanding individuals for visiting fellowship in cultural studies of contemporary art. Fellowship is residential and enables museum professionals to undertake research in collaboration with the museum staff on selected research themes or on an independent research project.
Deadline: 15 April 2013
The Leopold Bloom Art Award supports progressive contemporary visual artists in Hungary and their presence on the international art scene. In 2013, the award will be granted for the second time as a result of the co-operation between the Ludwig Museum, ACAX | Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange and Ireland's Maurice Ward Group.
Visual artists based in Hungary can apply for the 10,000 euro award with a proposal for an international exhibition of their artworks (without any resriction regarding medium) taking place in a renowned European art institution (museum, commercial or non-profit gallery) or prestigious international event (biennial, festival) of their choice. The award not only goes to supporting the work of the winning artist, but also helps in the successful realization of the proposed concept of the exhibition. In doing so, we hope to contribute to the more intensive involvement of contemporary Hungarian artists in the international art scene.
The submission deadline: midnight, 30 April, 2013
In 2013, the MS DOCKVILLE Summer for Music & Arts will take place for the 7th time. The Art Camp has taken hold as a place where artists from all over the world live and work together and then open up this process to the audience in an open-air exhibition. Next year, the Art Camp will kick off in mid-April already with a collaborative lab intended to promote the joint draft of ideas and concepts for the summer.
Deadline: 08 January 2013
Initiated in 1994 as an in-house international training trajectory for young curators. The Curatorial Programme of de Appel arts centre offers its participants a condensed package of professional encounters, hands-on experiences and skills that can be seen as instruments for the further development of a professional career.
Deadline: 14 January 2013
The Orestad Street Art Competition invites artists from all over the world, to transform a 271 meter long wall in Copenhagen into a spectacular work of art.
Deadline: 16 December 2012
Kunstwerk Carlshütte, a non-profit initiative of the ACO Group, and the towns of Büdelsdorf and Rendsburg, organises the NordArt, an annual international exhibition of visual arts from June to the beginning of October. Each year one artist is awarded with the NordArt-Prize which worth 10.000 Euro, sponsored by Hans-Julius and Johanna Ahlmann (ACO Group). The visitors of the NordArt can vote for their favourite artist. Each award is worth 1.000 Euro. The three Public Choice Awardees and the Jury Awardee are invited to participate again in next years NordArt.
Deadline: 31 January 2013
The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art announces a call for entries for temporary art projects in public space under the common name Copula. Implementation time and duration of the project is 13-19 May 2013 in Rijeka. Starting from the often mentioned detachment of the museum zone, displacement from the public space this project raises the question of the manner of reactivating the public space and the artist’s presence in it.
Deadline: 9 December 2012
Creative Time Reports (CTR) is seeking artists of all disciplines (poets, filmmakers, writers, photographers, visual artists, performers, and musicians) to create content that addresses issues related to migration. Articles can take the form of text (maximum 500 words), photos (maximum 10), video, and/or audio (maximum 10 minutes).
Launched in 2008, the DeVos Institute's Summer Fellowship offers international arts managers an immersive program of study in arts management strategy. For four weeks each summer, for three consecutive years, international Fellows participate in seminars, group projects, individual mentorships and practical assignments supervised by Institute faculty and Center senior staff.
Deadline: 1 December 2012