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Updates: 'Move On! Cultural Mobility for Beginners' Online Guide from On the Move
The online guide Move On! Cultural Mobility for Beginners has been updated.
The guide, supported by the Foundation Hippocrène, has been freshened and offers up-to-date web-links and information to young artists and creators willing to live a first experience abroad in Europe.
On the Move presents the updated version of Move on! Cultural mobility for Beginners
: a short and agile guide for young and emerging artists and cultural professionals willing to live their first experience working internationally.
All the web-links have been checked and updated in December 2013. The guide, funded by the Hippocrène Foundation, is available for free download in English, French (Translation thanks to a staff exchange with TransArtis), Italian (translation by Arci) and German (translation by IGBK & ITI):
Move on! Cultural mobility for beginners
As a young European artist or student in the arts and culture field, you probably think, live and breath internationally: the European Union is the minimum natural horizon for your activities and expectations and you have probably already experienced mobility during your studies. However, being mobile as a young professional is quite a different story… That’s why On the Move has prepared this guide for young artists and cultural professionals – young in terms of age, career, or both – interested in professional mobility within the EU.
How to choose your destination and the kind of experience you want to live abroad? How to create your network of contacts, and how to keep them alive after your return? How to promote your work abroad? How to be “mobile” while taking care of the environment? How to face bureaucracy - and survive? Find the answers in Move on!
: 10 'golden rules' to keep in mind while preparing your trip, and a selected list of websites and resources providing all the information you need for free.
Download it now in English, French, Italian and German