Artists & Creatives
COVID-19 Recovery Resource Platform

Artists & Creatives
COVID-19 Recovery Resource Platform


2021 BRIC Virtual Talent + Innovation Summit

BRIC will host a virtual Global Talent + Innovation Day on March 6th, free to the public, and packed with live and on-demand keynotes, panel and salon sessions, case studies, skills training, and creator spotlights from the world’s most iconic entertainment brands. Get ready to break, reinvent, impact and change how we engage with talent in the entertainment, tech & media spaces.

Art Markets in the New Reality | Workshop

A look at the innovative ways that market organizers, artists, and makers have adapted to the new socially-distanced reality, organized by Massachusetts College Of Art And Design.

An Exploration in Foreign Language Film Distribution Models in COVID-19

A film industries masterclass featuring Hiu Man Chan (UK-China Film Collab) hosted by Oxford Brooks University. This masterclass will use a recent online film festival, Chinese Cinema Season, as a case study, to explore opportunities, issues and challenges in digital film distribution during COVID-19, in particular, when it comes to foreign language films in the UK and Europe.

Introducing: Creative Communities Learning Lab

British Council is collaborating with Creative Friction (UK), Makerspace Manila (PH) and 17 creative hub advisers to design the ‘Creative Communities Learning Lab’, a new series of free online courses for creative and cultural professionals worldwide, in response to the global health crisis.

Resource Mobilisation Digithon 2021 (RMD 2021)

RMD2021 is the manifestation of a reserved and unyielding engagement of the Culture Funding Watch in defending and supporting its cause in mobilizing resources for the Arts and culture sector around the globe. Despite all the constraints put on by the pandemic, RDM believes that this year online marathon will be a celebration of unbending work towards maintaining strong connections.

Creative Careers Service | New Zealand

Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage and Social Development, Carmel Sepuloni, launched a new Creative Careers Service that aims to support up to 1000 creatives who have lost income due to COVID-19, across three regions of New Zealand over the next two years.

OneBeat Virtual Residencies

OneBeat announces an exciting new series of virtual exchanges in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: OneBeat Virtual and OneBeat Lebanon.

DANCE STREAM OPEN CALL – TANZAHOi International Festival 2021

In the midst of theater restrictions and an unforeseeable end to a reduced-contact era in the arts, TANZAHOi International Dance and Dance Film Festival will bring outstanding international dance productions to Hamburg via livestream for the 2021 digital festival, ‘Take Part in Another World’. Apply with your dance film to take part in a TANZAHOi 2021. 

‘Driving the Human’ Open Call for Transdisciplinary Projects

From February 10 to April 9, 2021, Driving the Human invites designers, artists, scientists, initiatives, and agents from any other field of expertise, from anywhere in the world, to join them in shaping sustainable and collective futures that combine science, technology, and the arts in a transdisciplinary and collaborative approach.

Collective Productions Namibia docuseries: ‘Walking Forward’

Set in Windhoek and following creative entrepreneur Ndinomholo Ndilula as he strides across the city engaging a variety of creatives who have survived and even thrived during the pandemic, ‘Walking Forward’ offers five succinct doses of motivation zooming in on Covid-19 era resilience, new formats, creativity, problem solving and magic ingredients.

Mobility First! – ASEF Cultural Mobility Initiative 2021

In 2021, in response to the continuing restrictions on travel and physical gatherings due to Covid-19, Mobility First! will offer virtual collaboration grants to artists and arts managers from Asia and Europe to jointly create new works or texts.

No Lockdown Art – NoLA

Within the framework of its new Creaconnections program, Transcultures, in partnership with the European Pepinieres of Creation, launched the No Lockdown Art – NoLA action to support the re-activitism of Belgian and international artists who initiated, during the period containment, interesting audio, video and multimedia projects.

Showing Without Going – live performance options without air travel | Call

What are the options for creating, producing and touring live performance in a world where we need to drastically reduce our energy use? Faced with an unfolding climate catastrophe, and building on what we’ve learnt during 2020’s Covid crisis, Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne proposes to try and answer this question collectively.


Emphasizing direct engagement with contemporary visual art, VIA Art Fund supports projects that exemplify their core values of artistic production, thought leadership, and public engagement, VIA–by way of–Art. Partnering directly with artists, curators, and cultural institutions around the world, VIA Art Fund patrons support innovative artistic endeavors in various forms, from the production of new work for exhibition and institutional acquisition, to symposia, educational programs, publications and scholarly journals.

OECD online policy webinar series

Increasing the job creation potential of Cultural and Creative Sectors & SPOTLIGHT: Covid-19 and Music & the Night Time Economy, in collaboration with Glasgow City Region and Sound Diplomacy.