This section contains information on foreign and international scholarship programmes to cultural and art workers for taking training, conducting professional internship and teaching abroad in which citizens of the Republic of Belarus can participate.
The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation provides financial assistance to artists in the early stages of their careers. Applicants must work in a representational style of painting, drawing, sculpting or printmaking. Funds may be used for any art-related purpose: study, travel, studio-rental, purchase of materials, etc.
Application deadline: not restricted.
Interested in learning the language and culture of Estonia final bachelor year students, master students, PhD students and post-doctorate researchers are provided scholarships for 1–5 months. The scholarships are provided to conduct research on the themes related to Estonia or to search material on the theme in one of research institutions in Estonia.
Application deadline: May 2, 2021.
The Marbach fellowship programme supports research projects that are based on the collections of the German Literature Archive in Marbach am Neckar. A completed university degree is a prerequisite for receipt of a fellowship; short-term fellowships for Master’s candidates are also offered. Additionally, the Archive issues thematic fellowships in cooperation with third-party donors and patrons. Applicants must point out the direct relevance of the Archive’s unique collection of manuscripts, library, special media collections, or art collections for their research projects. Applications may be submitted in German or English.
Application deadlines: March 31 and September 30 (annually).
The government scholarship of the Slovak Republic is designed to support mobility of foreign students and university professors, graduate students, researchers and professionals in the arts and provided for the passage of training, teaching, research or artistic training in universities and research organizations in Slovakia.
Danish Arts Foundation funds curatorial research for curators, directors of art institutions and other art professionals working with contemporary art through professional curating, art criticism, art mediation, or those with substantial experience in one of the areas mentioned. Applicants from abroad may also apply for funding for travel and accommodation in Denmark. The programme is primarily aimed at applicants who already have contacts on the Danish art scene or candidates who wish to carry out a project involving specific Danish artists or institutions.
Application deadline: continuous.