The Archipel.eu pilot project, launched in June 2021, aims to preserve and promote the culture of the outermost regions of the European Union and the Overseas Countries and Territories. It is co-financed by the European Union and coordinated by the French Institute, in partnership with the Association of Overseas Countries and Territories and the Atlantic Agency for the Promotion of Culture.
In this context, this fund supporting mobility (physical or virtual) is aimed at creators, groups of artists and/or cultural professionals legally residing in the ORs or OCTs, and submitting their applications on an individual basis (not carried by structures).
The disciplines concerned are: performing arts, music, visual arts, design, architecture, digital creation, etc.
In the project, mobility (physical, virtual or hybrid) will be supported as a priority for participation in prescribing events, training, conferences, seminars, debates, time for research and artistic collaboration or even residences of cross creation.
With regard to physical mobility, the beneficiaries will have their own transport and accommodation, catering and local transport costs covered.
With regard to virtual mobility, reimbursement will be made on an actual basis and are in particular eligible for registration fees for online or hybrid events.
Mobility must last between 7 and 15 days and end before the 1er February 2023.
Applications must be submitted online on the Institut français platform accessible from the Archipel.eu program page on 1er December 2022, at the latest:
More details can be viewed at the following link: https://programme-archipel.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/CGU-Fonds-de-mobilite-Archipel.eu-FR.pdf
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