The EU-funded EU4Culture project is offering mobility grants for individual Artists and Cultural Professionals from Ukraine. The call is open for internships, study visits, conferences, professional developments, and other activities that foster knowledge exchange and intercultural dialogue.
The Call supports short-term mobilities (7-10 calendar days) with up to €2,550, medium-term mobilities (up to 5 weeks) with up to €3,600, and long-term mobilities (up to 12 weeks) with up to €5,500. Artists or Cultural Professionals from all cultural sectors over the age of 18, who are citizens and have current legal resident status in Ukraine, or relocated to other countries starting from 1 February 2022 are eligible to apply. Applicants can choose to travel to several destinations: a maximum of three destinations are allowed, either all in the same country or in three different countries. The mobility must be completed within 12 months of the signature of the grant contract, but no earlier than June 2022 and no later than June 2023 (implementation dates can be reviewed based on the demand and project’s administrative opportunities).
The call is ongoing; however, the application must be submitted no later than one month before the expected mobility start date. Only individual mobilities are eligible. However, the project will analyze the demand and strive to support as many applicants as possible in the next months.
Applicants should prepare an action plan with the budget for their international mobility and submit it via the Goethe Application Portal (GAP). Check out the Mobility Guidelines and more information about the Call.
EU4Culture aims to foster culture as an engine for growth and social development across six countries of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership (EaP) region: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus,1 Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. It will help to enhance the role of the cultural sector as a driver of economic development.