The Lithuanian Film Center under the Ministry of Culture announces the acceptance of applications for grants from Ukrainian citizens, film culture or art creators. Adult citizens of Ukraine, film culture or art creators, who have been granted temporary protection in the Republic of Lithuania are entitled to receive grants. The amount of the grant is 1800 EUR, for the period of 3 months.
As the Borderland Foundation team we would like to express our solidarity and support for Ukraine today. International Center for Dialogue Krasnogruda used to be a space for our common programs, meetings and creative cooperation. In this difficult time, we want for it to be a space that could serve as at least a temporary shelter for You. We understand that most of You want and have to stay in Ukraine but for those of You ( and Your families) who are in need of such opportunities, we would like to transform our current residency program dedicated to artists, writers,
Martin Roth Initiative is supporting artists and cultural actors at risk to temporarily relocate to Germany with the assistance of a host cultural institution. Scholarships awarded through the programme last up to 12 months. The funding supports: – A monthly scholarship.– Individual support for the scholarship holders (e.g. necessary insurance, psychosocial support, language courses, trainings, networking activities, etc.).– If necessary, financial support for additional personnel for the host organisation (please note that MRI cannot fund permanent staff and freelance work that is not directly related to the purpose of the grant).– Counselling by the MRI and further training (for example on topics such
Open spaces for Ukrainian acting students are available all throughout Europe. The member schools of “école des écoles” have united and offer spaces for acting/theatre students who have left the Ukraine. Please contact the following e-mail for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Zagreb has set up a dedicated e-mail address to which Ukrainian students can send their applications for enrolment in classes at the faculties and academies of the University. Students are invited to send all required information (full name, parent institution, and the programme, course and year of study) to the email@example.com e-mail address, so that the University administration may offer them support in their continued studies at the University of Zagreb constituent units.
Fellowships to Support Ukrainian Scholars, Artists and Intellectuals from Institut für die Wissenschaft vom Menschen Vienna
Recognizing the need for urgent support of Ukraine’s intellectual community, the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM, Vienna) and the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University (HURI) are partnering to offer non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars, cultural figures, and public intellectuals. These fellowships provide a one-time stipend of 5000 EUR to support recipients’ intellectual activities. Preference will be given to applicants who intend to or must remain in Ukraine for legal, professional, or personal reasons. The IWM is also offering non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars, journalists, cultural figures, and public intellectuals who are documenting the war and its consequences.
Kyiv Biennial has launched an Emergency Support Initiative to help artists and cultural practitioners who stayed in Ukraine as well as those activist-based groups documenting Russian war crimes and to assist the evacuation of museum collections and artworks.
Mediadesign University of Applied Sciences offers a special scholarship for students from Ukraine. We also assist with Visa and finding accommodation in Berlin special scholarship to young, creative talents from Ukraine at MD.H in Berlin. If you study with us in Berlin from the summer semester on, you will receive a residence permit for the entire duration of your studies in the EU and beyond. We will also be happy to assist you in finding a place to live in Berlin.
Staromiejski Dom Kultury and the City of Warsaw announce a Scholarship Program for Artists in Danger. One-time intervention scholarships in the amount of 5,000 PLN will be paid to artists who were forced to leave Ukraine as a result of the war caused by Russia. The regulations and the application form are available at www.sdk.plAny questions can be sent by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org