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EU4Culture mobility grants

EU-funded mobility grants call for artists and cultural professionals residing outside capitals


With the support of the European Union, EU4Culture  launched its fourth call for mobility grants, targeting Artists and Cultural Professionals living outside the capital cities of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the Republic of Moldova. The call aims to promote intercultural dialogue and knowledge exchange among cultural professionals.

The call supports a wide range of activities, including internships, study visits, conferences, professional development, and other initiatives carried out in another country to foster knowledge exchange and intercultural dialogue.

Artists and Cultural Professionals aged 18 and above from all cultural and creative sectors based in non-capital cities or rural areas of these countries are eligible to apply.

The call offers four types of mobilities:

  1. Short-term mobilities (5-10 calendar days) – up to €1,500
  2. Medium-term mobilities (up to 5 weeks) – up to €3,500
  3. Long-term mobilities (up to 12 weeks) – up to €5,000
  4. Virtual Mobilities (online participation) – up to €1,000

Selected mobility projects can be implemented between November 2023 – August 2024 in the member states of the European Union, EU partner countries and other European countries.

To apply for the EU4Culture Mobility grants, applicants must submit an action plan and budget for their proposed international mobility through the Goethe Application Portal (GAP).

The deadline for the open call is 25 September 2023, at 18:00 (Central European Time).

For further information on this opportunity, please refer to the EU4Culture Mobility Call Guidelines.”

On July 21 at 13:00, an information session about the mobility grants will be held. Applicants must register in advance to attend the meeting.

With the support of the European Union, EU4Culture has successfully launched three mobility grant calls, supporting the mobility projects of 274 individuals.

EU4Culture is a four-year project funded by the European Union to support the culture and creative sector in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The project is implemented by Goethe-Institut (Lead), Czech Centers, Danish Cultural Institute and Institut Français de Géorgie.

Contact Person: Marika Jabua, EU4Culture Acting National Coordinator for Georgia – Marika.Jabua@goethe.de