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Our Network supports transnational exchange and collaboration between artists and communities around the world. Today the need for an open dialogue and support for those fighting against aggression and violence has never been stronger. We call upon our colleagues to speak out against this violence and to support our friends, peers, and their families fighting for their homeland and freedom.
This is a time for inclusion – a time to bring people committed to equity, peace, and freedom together to fight a common enemy. Let us stand together as people who share this commitment and demand an end to the war in Ukraine. We cannot continue life as usual. It is time to speak out, act, and strengthen our bonds and alliances with each other.
Our Network remains committed to supporting our peers in the arts community. We have created a list of resources for the Ukrainian arts community as well as everyone who is at risk and gathered antiwar open letters which you can find below. Please contact us to share additional resources. Many of our partners are offering refuge to Ukrainian artists and we continue to seek new opportunities to support those in need. We ask you to support our Ukrainian friends in any way you can.
Ambasada Kultury, Belarus / Germany
Art and Creative Solutions Public Foundation, Kazakhstan
Bukhara Photo Gallery, Uzbekistan
Dushanbe ArtGround / Sanati Muosir, Tajikistan
Salaam Cinema, Azerbaijan
Silk Museum, Georgia
Structura Gallery, Bulgaria
Suburb Platform, Armenia
The Ilkhom Center for Contemporary Arts, Uzbekistan
CEC ArtsLink, USA
Help Ukrainian refugees in Bulgaria
A working call for Ukrainian artists by Austrian Federal Ministry of Arts and Culture
New Post Global list of venues in the US, Poland, France, Italy, Great Britain, Germany for sending humanitarian help to Ukraine
List of helpful resources for Ukrainians in Moldova, Romania and internationally
Residency in Switzerland for Ukrainian artists
2 weeks residency for Ukrainian cultural workers in Norway
Art residences and practices for artists and cultural workers from Ukraine
Residency for Ukrainian artists in Georgia
Emergency Artist Residence in Tbilisi
Works of Ukrainian artists about the war in Ukraine
Solidarity link farm
Compiled by cultural workers in the Netherlands and others
Google document that collects artistic/academic opportunities for Europe
Map of programs for academics from Ukraine
Resources for Helping Displaced Scholars from Ukraine
Scholars at risk network
Another useful source for academics
The Institut national d’histoire de l’art (France) opportunities for Ukrainians and all those in Belarus and Russia who are mobilized against the crime perpetrated in their name
CZ Prague, FAMU, Film Academy in Prague
CZ Prague, DAMU, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
CZ Prague, UMPRUM, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague
CZ Brno, Masaryk University
CZ Prague, Charles University
Ukraine Emergency Fellowship of the Haifa University, Center for German and European Studies.
This attachment contains various offers of help in Germany, but also in Europe and worldwide.
Open call for artists and cultural workers in exile from Belarus (Denmark)
UKRAINE: Emergency Temporary Relocation Resources for artists and cultural workers
Artists at risk: Emergency resources for artists and cultural workers
In connection with the adoption of a new federal law “on fakes”, which provides criminal penalties of up to 15 years in prison, many resources in Russia suspended the collection of signatures and censored the content of open letters. See the list of communities that signed open letters (in Russian).
More about the protest movement in Russia (in English).