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CEC ArtsLink Seeks Residency Sites for International Fellows

CEC ArtsLink is looking for residency programs interested in hosting 2015 ArtsLink Fellows for five-week residencies. US cultural organizations are encouraged to apply to host these international artists and arts managers in the performing arts and literature from October 8 to November 11, 2015.  International and domestic travel and visas are arranged and covered by CEC ArtsLink. 

This unique program allows organizations throughout the US to create opportunities for local artists and community members to interact with arts professionals from eligible overseas countries. Selected host organizations will receive:
•  Funding to cover living, working and materials costs for the Fellow’s residency
•  Modest support to cover administrative costs.

Organizations that would like to host an ArtsLink Fellow should submit a letter of interest. Letters will be reviewed on a rolling basis but must be received no later than June 1, 2015. Please see the CEC ArtsLink website for information on the ArtsLink Fellows and the application process. For additional information, contact Maxim Tumenev at
2015 ArtsLink Fellows in Performing Arts and Literature

Cristian Ban (Romania), theater director
Nora Dorogan (Moldova), co-founder and manager of art space
Ahmed Eldeeb (Egypt), theater director and co-founder of art organization
Anete Kruusmagi (Estonia), fiction writer and poet
Elene Mechitova (Georgia), founding director of jazz festival
Saidmurat Muratov (Uzbekistan), musician and composer
Oleksandr Mykhed (Ukraine), writer and curator
Malgorzata Rozanska-Braniecka (Poland), literary residency coordinator
Katsiaryna Saladukha (Belarus), director of theater festival
Kinga Szemessy (Hungary), dancer and choreographer
Liwaa Yazji (Syria), playwright, poet and filmmaker
Mohamed Yousry "Shika" (Egypt), dancer and performer

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