With a total of 1.3 million euros of funding, the DGCR’s international project to valorise Italian contemporary art continues to promote artists, curators and critics through productions and acquisitions, exhibitions, residency programmes and editorial projects.
Deadline: 2 March 2020
Twenty-three projects have been selected as the winners of the new 2019 edition of the Italian Council project.
Seven new winning projects of the second edition of Creative Living Lab, the call funding cultural initiatives that bring creative activities to Italy’s peripheries.
Vasco Forconi and Alessandra Franetovich are the winners of the 2nd edition of the Premio Mosca. They will have the chance to expand their curatorial skills in the Russian capital between January and July 2020.
From the 12th to 16th November 2019 will be present the third edition of the Grand Tour d’Italie organized by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity in collaboration with NOS Visual Arts Production
The data platform from the Archivi della video arte e dei film d’artista in Italia (Archives of Video Art and Art Films in Italy) project is now online. The project monitors collections of video and film works and documents (from 1965 to the present) conserved across Italy by public and private institutions to ensure their communication, conservation, valorisation, promotion, preservation, access and cataloguing.
Ruth Beraha and Agostino Iacurci are the two young Italian artists will be in the Big Apple for the residence program of the ISCP
15th Giornata del contemporaneo is promoted by AMACI with the support of the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity, in collaboration with the Directorate-General for Cultural and Economic Promotion and Innovation of MAECI, and it is scheduled on Saturday, October 12th, 2019.
The 2nd edition of the competition for young curators promoted with Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Italian Cultural Institute of Moscow, in collaboration with V-A-C Foundation, gets underway
Deadline: October 21st, 2019
Italian Council is the MiBAC DGAAP program to support Italian contemporary art at international level. Applications for the presentation of projects – that promote Italian artists, curators, critics through production and acquisition of works, exhibitions and foreign residencies, international publishing projects – can be submitted by September 30th.
Niccolò De Napoli and Violette Maillard are the Italian artists who won the prize for contemporary art residencies in China, promoted by DGAAP in collaboration with MAECI-DGSP, IGAV, the IIC of Beijing and NAMOC.
With a total budget of 1.9 million Euro, the DGAAP’s project for the international promotion of Italian contemporary launches a new edition of the call.
Deadline: September 30, 2019.
Seventeen projects have been selected by a new Jury as the winners of the new 2019 edition of the Italian Council project
The MAECI-DGSP, DGAAP, IIC New York and the Italian Academy announce the 17th edition of the Premio New York.
Deadline June 30, 2019
The DGAAP and the Fondazione Quadriennale di Roma are pleased to announce a call to promote artists under 28 years of age and valorize Italian Fine Arts Academies in view of the forthcoming 17th Art Quadriennale in 2020.
Deadline July 29, 2019
Publication of the book containing the results of the projects promoted by the DGAAP and the MIUR in 31 Italian schools.
With a budget of 600,000 Euro, the DGAAP has doubled its funding for multidisciplinary projects involving local communities.
Deadline June 10, 2019..
The second artist-in-residence prize created by the DGAAP, MAECI and IIC Pretoria as part of the “Italia, Culture, Africa” cultural programme.
Deadline May 22, 2019.
The DGAAP, MAECI-DGSP, IGAV , the Italian Cultural Institute in Beijing and NAMOC promote a residency prize for two young Italian artists in China.
Expiration date 7/06/2019.
With a total budget of 1.7 million Euro, the DGAAP’s project for the international promotion of Italian contemporary art has been renewed. The programme has been expanded to include proposals from artists, curators and critics for exhibitions, residencies and editorial projects.
Deadline: May 27, 2019..
The projects by Filippo Berta, Riccardo Benassi, Antonio Rovaldi, Armin Linke, Anita Sieff and Francesco Arena have been selected as the winners of the DGAAP’s programme for the international support and promotion of Italian contemporary art .
The Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities announces Neither Nor: The Challenge to the Labyrinth. The Sala Spadolini of the MiBAC hosts the presentation of the project for the 2019 Italy Pavilion curated by Milovan Farronato for the 58th International Art Exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia opening to the public on May 11..
621,000 Euro for the latest edition of the call for funding to finance and promote Italian artists to an international audience
Deadline: 7 March 2019.
Describing Italy Through Architecture
The Jury has completed its evaluation of 78 projects by young artists admitted to the 2018 edition of the prize to create a new work of art for Castel Sant’Elmo in Naples
These three winning projects will be included in the ranking list containing twelve winners already chosen to promote the involvement of young people through creative activities in peripheral realities.
Doubled the funding for the production of artworks.
Seven projects are the winners of the second edition of Italian Council
Announcement of the winners of the 15th edition of the Premio New York, sponsored by the DGAAP, MAECI, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura New York and the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, to promote artist in residence programmes for emerging Italian artists.
Seven projects are the winners of Italian Council, and the deadline for the second call is 27 September 2017.
Introduced by the Ministry Dario Franceschini the Italian Pavilion, during the 57th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
Announced by the DGAAP, the MAECI, the Italian Cultural Institute of New York and the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, the 15th edition of “Premio New York” public call is being published to promote a fellowship program for emerging Italian artists.
Promoted by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Art, Architecture and Urban Peripheries, the “Italian Council” public call is being published to promote the production, awareness and circulation of contemporary Italian creativity in the visual arts.
Culture and Social Inclusion. The Challenge of Urban Renewal
Francesca Grilli is the artists selected for the first edition of "Un'Opera per..."
Progetti per riqualificare le periferie urbane italiane
The Jury has named the winner
The coordinator of the High Line in New York advances a curatorial and ambitious project focused on the most advanced trends in the world of the arts.
The Arte alla luce (Art in Light) project teaches young children and adolescents about contemporary art and its role as a determinant part of a harmonious individual development, through the direct involvement of recognised artists.
Main instrument for State Government to enrich its collection of contemporary art.
“Beautifying” public spaces, increasing the State’s collection and encouraging the work of artists: the 2% Law.
Fiscal incentives for the donation of works of art
Promoting Italian art and architecture in an international context.