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The Institut français programmes and projects
The Institut français and its European partners, the Goethe-Institut (in Belgium) and Izolyatsia (in Ukraine), are launching a call for applications for the Architecture sector. This call for applications is open to architects and cultural professionals active in the field of architecture (individuals and groups up to 5 people), aged 18+, of all educational qualifications and levels of experience, legally residing in one of the 41 countries of Creative Europe.
The i-Portunus program supports mobility projects for periods of 7 to 60 days and is aimed at creators and professionals in culture who want to develop international collaboration projects or who have a professional development project requiring mobility beyond their borders.
This 5th edition took place from 2nd to 7th November 2020 in Ouagadougou, in a hybrid format (face-to-face and video-conference) because of its realization in the context of COVID-19.
In the context of the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, cultural offerings have multiplied online to meet the needs of the general public.
Following the new lockdown in France, you still have the possibility to discover these numerous digital cultural offers from the comfort of your own home. Offered by French institutions, they concern a wide range of disciplines : visual arts, architecture, music, cinema, books, French language or public debate.
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In the frame of its actions to accompany the digital artistic creation, the HACNUM network (national network of hybrid arts and digital creations) has put together a guide of the available grants and supports towards digital creation, in collaboration with the General Direction for Artistic Creation of the French Ministry of Culture.
In a few years, the podcasts offer has experienced a very strong growth, due to the increase of the consumption of audio contents and the emergence of new players offering original offers. The technological innovations have also facilitated the access to podcasts and transformed the French listening habits.
In this context, the Ministry of Culture recently released the report "The ecosystem of podcasts: issues of sovereignty, regulation and support for digital audio creation sector" directed by Nicole Phoyu-Yedid and François Hurard, General Inspectors of Cultural Affairs.