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Swiss engineering group ABB confirms talks with Hitachi over power grid business, shares go up

first_img Swiss engineering group ABB confirms talks with Hitachi over power grid business, shares go up ABB is reportedly looking to focus its efforts on more profitable arms of its business, such as those manufacturing for the automation and robotics sectors.The company added: “There can be no certainty that any transaction will occur, or as to the timing, structure or terms of any transaction.”Shares were up 3 per cent today. Share Tags: Trading Archive ABB is in talks with Hitachi over a deal centred around its power grid business, which the Swiss engineering company is reportedly looking to sell.Shares were up today on the announcement, which follows weeks of speculation over whether the 147,000-worker manufacturing organisation would sell its power grid arm. whatsapp Alex Daniel Discussions with Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric Corp and State Grid of China to sell parts of the business were reported last month, but today’s clarification appears to mark a step forward in narrowing down a potential buyer.In a statement today, ABB said it is “in discussions with Hitachi to expand and re-define the existing strategic power grid partnership between the two companies announced in December 2014”.The power grid part of ABB’s business, which makes transformers and electricity substations among other things, has historically performed poorly in relation to other segments like automation.But since chief executive Ulrich Spiesshofer decided to keep the business two years ago against the will of some shareholders, it has performed better.In Japan, the Nikkei newspaper reported the companies were approaching a deal which would see Hitachi pay between ¥600bn and ¥800bn (£4.21bn-£5.61bn) for a 50 per cent stake in the business. Wednesday 12 December 2018 1:42 pm whatsapplast_img read more


O Come, Emmanuel: Hopes of Brexit trade deal run thin as Macron toughens stance

first_imgFriday 4 December 2020 8:48 am Poppy Wood The two sides also remain stalled over so-called “level playing field” demands, which look to carry forward current regulations on state standards and subsidies once Britain has left the bloc. European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen last week warned that any trade deal would have to be drawn up over the next few days in order for the agreement to be ratified through parliament.  The latest Brexit talks between the UK and EU “did not go well”, according to reports, as British officials accused French President Emmanuel Macron of making fresh demands at the eleventh hour. A senior British government official told the Financial Times: “At the eleventh hour, the EU is bringing new elements into the negotiation. A breakthrough is still possible in the next few days but that prospect is receding.” Hopes had been brewing within Westminster that a trade deal between the UK and EU was imminent, but Macron’s demands are said to have “destabilised” the roadmap. whatsapp Macron is understood to have remained unwavering in his demand that France preserves a substantial portion of existing fishing rights in British waters once the UK leaves the bloc. whatsapp More From Our Partners Kansas coach fired for using N-word toward Black playerthegrio.comRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comPorsha Williams engaged to ex-husband of ‘RHOA’ co-star Falynn Guobadiathegrio.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgFans call out hypocrisy as Tebow returns to NFL while Kaepernick is still outthegrio.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comFort Bragg soldier accused of killing another servicewoman over exthegrio.comKiller drone ‘hunted down a human target’ without being told tonypost.comMan on bail for murder arrested after pet tiger escapes Houston homethegrio.comBiden received funds from top Russia lobbyist before Nord Stream 2 giveawaynypost.comColin Kaepernick to publish book on abolishing the policethegrio.comFeds seized 18 devices from Rudy Giuliani and his employees in April raidnypost.comLA news reporter doesn’t seem to recognize actor Mark Currythegrio.comWhy people are finding dryer sheets in their mailboxesnypost.com Prime Minister Boris Johnson is understood to remain hopeful that a deal may be reached by Monday or Tuesday, ahead of a European Council meeting in Brussels on Thursday. Also Read: O Come, Emmanuel: Hopes of Brexit trade deal run thin as Macron toughens stance Barnier’s negotiating team will remain in London over the next few days, while he will return to the continent. Both sides have been locked in intense negotiations over the last few weeks in a bid to thrash out a last-minute trade deal before the end of the month, when Britain formally leaves the single market.  He has vowed to protect French fishermen, who are expected to lose a significant part of their quota from 1 January as part of any Brexit trade deal. “If a good agreement cannot be reached, we will oppose it. Each country has a veto right,” he said. Also Read: O Come, Emmanuel: Hopes of Brexit trade deal run thin as Macron toughens stance It comes after talks between Michel Barnier and British envoy David Frost last night took a “material change for the worse” and “put in jeopardy hopes” of a trade deal this weekend, according to Sky News. Share O Come, Emmanuel: Hopes of Brexit trade deal run thin as Macron toughens stance Show Comments ▼ French European affairs minister Clement Beaune stoked concerns that it may be too late to secure a deal, telling Europe 1 Radio this morning that France may veto any agreement that went against its interests. Tags: Boris Johnson Brexitlast_img read more


Alaska Seaplanes to continue offering Juneau-Whitehorse link

first_imgJuneau | Southeast | Tourism | TransportationAlaska Seaplanes to continue offering Juneau-Whitehorse linkNovember 16, 2018 by Kavitha George, KTOO Share:Alaska Seaplanes’ Pilatus PC-12, parked on the ramp at Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport (Photo courtesy of Carl Ramseth/Alaska Seaplanes)This past June, Alaska Seaplanes began offering the only direct flights between sister cities Juneau and Whitehorse three times a week. They stopped running in September, but they’re planning to continue offering the seasonal flight next spring. General manager Carl Ramseth said that business was a little slow at the beginning, but it picked up as the summer went on.He said there were some permitting delays with the Canadian government that pushed their first flight back to June 15.“That put us in a tough spot for the summer of 2018,” Ramseth said.The trip is just 55 minutes in a nine-seat, fully pressurized Pilatus PC-12. Compared to an hours long ferry ride to Skagway plus a two-and-a-half hour drive into the Yukon, or alternatively, flying through Seattle and back up, it’s a big time-saver.It’s also gotten a lot of support from tourism organizations in Juneau and Whitehorse. Ramseth said that a group of stakeholders, including TIA Yukon, the Juneau Economic Development Council and Travel Juneau met in September to discuss marketing ideas to promote the airlink. Liz Perry, president and CEO of Travel Juneau, said that the direct flight creates the opportunity to market Southeast Alaska and Western Yukon as one travel destination.“There are lots of opportunities for Juneauites to travel to Whitehorse and for residents of Whitehorse to come down to Juneau, and experience, you know, sitting by the water and getting some fishing in and doing things they can’t do up there,” Perry said. “People could ostensibly start their trip either in Juneau or Whitehorse and then make the extended trip up, either up into the Yukon or down south into Southeast Alaska.”“It’s a comfortable flight, and you get to see some beautiful scenery on the way up and back,” Perry added. “So if time is of the essence, or time is a consideration, I think this is going to be a great option for a lot of travelers.”Robin Anderson, global marketing manager at Tourism Yukon, agrees. He said that because Yukon and Southeast are often a combined destination for travelers, and having a direct flight helps tourism on both ends.“A lot of visitors, when they come this far, they’ve traveled a long way. They really quite often combine the Yukon and Alaska in the same itinerary,” Anderson said. “Anything that can be done to help facilitate travel between the two destinations is only going to have a positive impact. We would love to see it continue.” On top of that, he said Yukoners visiting Southeast Alaska appreciate the shortened travel time.“Yukoners think pretty highly of Southeast. A lot of Yukoners even own property in places like Haines or Skagway. Or you know, we go fishing in Yakutat and Hoonah … To be an hour or so from doorstep to doorstep is very attractive.”Ramseth said that the 2019 season will kick off on April 23. He said Alaska Seaplanes is planning to continue with the route for at least the next two seasons. “We’re hopeful that the demand will grow … the longer we’re in the market and more people are aware of it, the convenience of it,” he said. “And our schedule is set up where we could add more days of the week if the demand is there.”Share this story:last_img read more


Pharmalot, Pharmalittle: Lilly may cut jobs after Alzheimer’s drug failure

first_img Hello, everyone, and how are you today? We are just fine, thank you, despite a spot of rain descending on the Pharmalot campus. Our spirits, in fact, remain as sunny as ever. After all, as the Morning Mayor once said: Every brand new day should be unwrapped like a precious gift. So while you tug on the ribbon, you can also peruse the tidbits assembled below. Have a grand day and do keep in touch …Eli Lilly may cut staff now that a closely watched drug candidate for treating Alzheimer’s disease failed a late-stage trial, the Indianapolis Star reports. Wall Street analysts estimate Lilly spent hundreds of millions of dollars developing the drug in hopes of earnings billions in sales. Instead, the results “will cause us to reevaluate staffing decisions made in anticipation of positive results,” a Lilly spokeswoman tells the paper.Pfizer canceled plans to build a $425 million, five-story manufacturing plant in Ireland after the clinical failure of its cholesterol-lowering candidate bococizumab, the Irish Times writes. The drug maker had planned to employ an additional 350 people and make the drug at its Grange Castle site, where it currently produces two of its largest selling drugs — the Enbrel arthritis treatment and the Prevnar vaccine.advertisement About the Author Reprints Alex Hogan/STAT By Ed Silverman Nov. 29, 2016 Reprints Ed Silverman Amicus Therapeutics faces an extended delay of at least two years before a regulatory filing for its Fabry disease drug Galafold will be ready, TheStreet tells us. The Food and Drug Administration rejected a request to seek accelerated approval for Galafold based on existing kidney biomarker data. Instead, the agency told Amicus to conduct another clinical trial to gather new gastrointestinal symptom data in Fabry patients.Roche agreed to sell an API plant in South Carolina to Patheon for a nominal amount in a deal that will save about 200 jobs at the plant, WRAL TechWire reports.European Union and Japanese regulators plan to share details of active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing facility inspections, InPharmaTechnologist says.An Indian court will hear arguments in a case challenging $400 million damages given to Daiichi Sankyo after the Singh family was found to have concealed information about Ranbaxy Laboratories, the Economic Times says.Momenta Pharmaceuticals said its experimental biosimilar version of Humira met the main goal in a late-stage trial involving patients with a form of psoriasis, according to Reuters.The owner of Rid Pharmaceuticals and four other employees were acquitted in a case in which at least 28 children died across Bangladesh in 2009 after consuming Paracetamol syrup made by the company, BDNews24 says.The Korean antitrust regulator ordered Boehringer Ingelheim and Sanofi to sell animal health care assets in the country as a condition of their $25 billion asset swap, the Korea Times reports. Tags financeneurologypharmaceuticalscenter_img A World Health Organization working group recommends using the word “falsified” instead of “counterfeit” to describe spurious medicines, PharmaBiz reports. The draft report states that any concern related to intellectual property rights does not fall within this definition and that medical products should not be considered as falsified solely on the grounds that they are unauthorized for marketing in any given country.Japan will overhaul its prescription drug pricing system, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. The main focus will be to create an annual review of prices instead of every-other-year reviews. A public health insurance program covers a large portion of medical bills and drug prices are set by the government, which hopes the shift toward more frequent price reviews will reflect downward market trends and lead to lower government-set pricing.advertisement @Pharmalot PharmalotPharmalot, Pharmalittle: Lilly may cut jobs after Alzheimer’s drug failure Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. [email protected] last_img read more


IIROC signs new MOU with the CIDC

first_img OSC finalizes DSC ban Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Retail trading surge on regulators’ radar, Vingoe says Related news IIROC signs new MOU with the CIDC “Investors across Canada will benefit from the early warning, co-operation and co-ordinated efforts of two organizations working together to plan and oversee the orderly resolution of a financial emergency at an investment firm,” says Andrew Kriegler, IIROC’s president and CEO, in a statement. “This enhanced co-operation will not only help protect investors’ assets and deposits but will also promote confidence and financial stability in Canada.” “In order to protect the deposits of Canadians in a rapidly evolving financial services sector, we need to have a full picture of the business of our member institutions,” adds Michèle Bourque, president and CEO of the CDIC, in a statement. “In the unlikely event of a failure, this agreement will ensure that we are able to act quickly and effectively to co-ordinate the orderly resolution of a financial firm.” This MOU follows similar arrangements the CDIC has established with other deposit insurers and financial regulators to improve co-operation, information sharing, and resolution planning. The CDIC will continue to work with domestic and international counterparts to strengthen relationships and coordination for deposit protection. IIROC, for its part, continues to pursue agreements to improve the regulatory system. Most recently, IIROC announced an MOU with the Insurance Council of British Columbia in June. It previously announced agreements with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario in March and the Chambre de la sécurité financière in Quebec in November 2015. IIROC has more than a dozen agreements with Canadian and international regulatory organizations. Photo copyright: solerf/123RF center_img Keywords Investor protectionCompanies Canada Deposit Insurance Corp., Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada NASAA approves model act for establishing restitution funds Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. (CDIC) that will allow the two organizations to co-operate and better protect depositors and investors when a CDIC member institution or a connected IIROC-regulated dealer firm encounters serious financial difficulties. last_img read more


Jamaica-Tanzania Agree to Bilateral Commission

first_imgRelatedJamaica-Tanzania Agree to Bilateral Commission FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding today (November 26) signed a bilateral agreement that seeks to establish a Bi-national Commission to develop and monitor the implementation of an agreed programme for bilateral co-operation between Jamaica and the United Republic of Tanzania. The signing was at Jamaica House in Kingston.Prime Minister Golding expressed his appreciation for the visit of the Tanzanian President and his delegation and assured them “of the continued goodwill support and solidarity of the people of Jamaica for the aspirations of the people of Tanzania.”In his comments, President His Excellency Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete of Tanzania said, “I have fulfilled the objectives of my visit. I came here to build bridges, I came here to consolidate a friendship and the visit here has been successful in that regard. I also came here to learn and there is so much that I have learned and there is so much that our people will come here to learn. This is the beginning of seeing more and more Tanzanians to come.”In the joint communiqu RelatedJamaica-Tanzania Agree to Bilateral Commission Jamaica-Tanzania Agree to Bilateral Commission Foreign AffairsNovember 27, 2009center_img RelatedJamaica-Tanzania Agree to Bilateral Commission Advertisementslast_img read more


G-G Starts Xmas Hospital Tours in Montego Bay

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedG-G Starts Xmas Hospital Tours in Montego Bay FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Their Excellencies, Governor-General the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, and the Most Hon. Lady Allen, made an official visit to the Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH), Montego Bay St. James on Thursday (December 10), to start their annual visit to hospitals.Their Excellencies were escorted by the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital, Everton Anderson, on the tour of the facility, during which they interfaced with staff and patients in areas such as the Cardiology Unit, Paediatric Ward, Female and Male Surgical Wards, and the hospital’s laboratory.Addressing the staff at an official reception in the conference room after the tour, the Governor-General commended them for their consistently hard work in providing quality health care for the people of St. James and neighbouring parishes.“You are qualified and hard working individuals whose services are in high demand in other countries. We therefore welcome the fact that you have remained in Jamaica to help build your country, by providing us with the critical health care necessary for our development,” the Governor-General said.The Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon Sir Patrick Allen (right) greeting nurses at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in St. James, while Chief Executive Officer of the institution, Everton Anderson, looks on at left. Occasion was the Governor-General’s tour of the hospital on Thursday (December 10).“You are a part of what is right with Jamaica, and I believe that together we will make Jamaica a healthier and stronger nation,” he added.The Governor-General went on to express the view that health and wellness were inextricably linked to social and community development, and were characteristic features of more developed societies that have an integrated social policy structure.“The health of the nation is the wealth of the nation, and a higher incidence of chronic and non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular illnesses could destabilise our development objectives,” His Excellency pointed out.He said that the enormous amount of medical and financial resources Jamaica spends on the treatment of chronic non-communicable diseases is untenable given the country’s limited resources.Governor-General His Excellency the Most Hon Sir Patrick Allen (left) conversing with staff members of the Cornwall Regional Hospital during his annual tour of the institution in Montego Bay on Thursday (December 10).“Correcting the anomalies is therefore an important and necessary step, especially as the country responds to the downturn in the global economy. This will require a partnership between the various professional groups in the health sector and the wider society, working together to create a healthy environment,” he suggested.He highlighted the fact that, despite the constraints, the health sector has been performing creditably. He said that the health professionals, and other health care providers, have made Jamaica a model for the care and treatment of persons living with HIV/AIDS.“I commend our health care professionals across the public health sector, for the quality care and treatment which patients continue to receive at the 23 hospitals and approximately 314 primary health care centres islandwide. This is undoubtedly due to your commitment and resourcefulness and recognition that the health system relies on the efforts of everyone,” he concluded. RelatedG-G Starts Xmas Hospital Tours in Montego Baycenter_img G-G Starts Xmas Hospital Tours in Montego Bay Governor GeneralDecember 11, 2009 RelatedG-G Starts Xmas Hospital Tours in Montego Baylast_img read more


Human Rights Council UK statement for 29th Special Session on Myanmar

first_imgHuman Rights Council UK statement for 29th Special Session on Myanmar Madam President,The United Kingdom condemns the military coup in Myanmar and the arbitrary detention of members of the democratically elected civilian government and civil society, including President Win Myint and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi. It is essential that Aung San Suu Kyi, Win Myint, and all those arbitrarily detained are released. We must receive assurances of their safety and wellbeing.We stand with the people of Myanmar who are now bravely exercising their democratic right to protest this coup. Their wishes, and the result of the November 2020 General Election, must be respected.The human rights situation continues to deteriorate. We are extremely concerned by the reports and images of violence emerging from Myanmar perpetrated by the police and military. The state of emergency imposed by the military should be lifted immediately. All actors must refrain from violence and seek dialogue towards a peaceful resolution.We continue to closely monitor the situation and call on the military to refrain from obstructing the people’s access to information and communication.The United Kingdom is clear that the state of emergency and all restrictions on the rights and freedoms of people in Myanmar must be lifted immediately. There must be unobstructed humanitarian access for International NGOs and Civil Society Organisations so that essential aid can reach those that need it.The events of the past two weeks have shown that it is of the utmost importance that the Special Rapporteur continues to assess the situation of human rights and to provide regular updates. We call on the Secretary General and High Commissioner for Human Rights to continue to give the Special Rapporteur their full support and press Myanmar to allow him access.We welcome the unanimous statement of the Security Council supporting Myanmar’s democratic transition, and the ASEAN Chair’s statement, which recalls the principles of the ASEAN Charter, such as the rule of law, good governance and democracy. We encourage all partners to work constructively to prevent any further violence and seek a peaceful resolution.Thank you. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:ASEAN, Commissioner, communication, detention, general election, Government, Human Rights, Humanitarian, Myanmar, President, resolution, rule of law, Security Council, UK, UK Government, United Kingdomlast_img read more


Emergency package of measures to be announced for north

first_imgAudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Previous article80 new Gardai on the way to north west regionNext articleDonegal Sports Partnership launches “Beyond 20×20” female leadership programme News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Emergency package of measures to be announced for north In the UK, the Chancellor will later announce a package of measures to support workers, after firms began to cut pay, put staff on unpaid leave or reduced positions.Iconic sportswear firm O’Neill’s yesterday suspended operations in Strabane, until May, with the temporary lay-off of 750 staff.It follows major job cuts in hospitality and other industries across Northern Ireland this week.West Tyrone MLA Daniel McCrossan says Covid-19 is causing huge challenges in every aspect of our society:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/mccrofgdfgdfssan8am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Twitter Pinterestcenter_img Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 WhatsApp WhatsApp By News Highland – March 20, 2020 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODAlast_img read more


Balmoral Scholarships 2013 Bad Ems, Germany

first_img Similar Stories Free Webcast on Media Law Reform 2.0 → Reddit Tweet on September 1, 2013 at 4:26 am +1 ← “One World” – International Photo Contest African Liberty Writing Fellowship 2021 for Young Writers Your joke really did work out. But I think your kids are narllatuy smart and skilled and they don’t even need just to enter college. By Tamara says: Balmoral Scholarships 2013 Bad Ems, Germany Share 0 Pocket Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students June 13, 2012 Published by ruzica Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Log in to Reply Deadline: 13 July, 2012Open to: applicants with a completed course of study in art (M.F.A. or comparable degree)Scholarship: several types of scholarships are awardedDescriptionThe artists’ residence Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral in Bad Ems is an institution incorporated in the Stiftung Rheinland-Pfalz für Kultur (Foundation for Culture, Rhineland-Palatinate), from where it receives its funding. It is a place for artistic production, meeting and discussion. Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral has seen various work projects including the disciplines of painting, graphic design, sculpture, installation, photography, video and the new media. National and international visual artists are sponsored through the award of artist-in-residence scholarships and project, foreign and exchange scholarships. This year, it awards scholarships for visual artists.EligibilityThe conditions for all scholarships with the exception of the curator scholarship are a completed course of study in art (M.F.A. or comparable degree) and two or three years (depending on the respective scholarship) of continuous artistic work after the conclusion of the studies. Applications are also possible for autodidacts distinguished by special artistic achievements, as documented by exhibitions and prizes.To foster artistic dialog and interdisciplinary collaboration, knowledge of German, English or French is expected.ScholarshipBalmoral awards two 3-month and seven 6-month residential scholarships to international visual artists.International residence scholarshipsSix residence scholarships will be awarded to international visual artists.Each scholarship lasts six months. They ordinarily begin in April 2013 and are endowed with 1,200 EUR per month. They include free accommodation at the Kuenstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral.Project scholarshipThe project scholarship, which is not tied to any site, will be awarded to an international visual artist. The project scholarship lasts for 6 months and begins in April 2013. It is endowed with 1,200 EUR per month.Eligible are international applicants with permanent residence in the Federal Republic of Germany. The artistic project should be realized within the scholarship period of 6 months so that it can possibly be integrated in the annual exhibition of the scholarship holders.Foreign and exchange scholarships exclusively for artists with relation to Rhineland-PalatinateRelation to Rhineland-Palatinate means is born in, has studied in, has lived or lives in Rhineland-Palatinate.• One six-month scholarship for New York (Flux Factory)• One three-month scholarship for South Korea• One six-month scholarship for the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (July to December)• One five-month scholarship for Künstlerhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf, Brandenburg/GermanyThe foreign and exchange scholarships are endowed with 1,200 EUR per month.A jury of specialists will award all scholarships, taking into consideration the developmental potential of the applicant’s artistic or theoretical work. For more information about the international scholarships, go here.ApplicationFor all scholarships offered the following documents – no originals! – have to be submitted by mail in German, English or French:– CV including your artistic career history and previous grants– Passport photo (for application form)– Statement of reasons why you have chosen this scholarship and an illustration of your objectives during your intended residence (maximum one A4 page)– At least 10, but not more than 20 photos or other images of your artistic works (no slides, no photo CDs, no MAC data CDs), max A4 size– Explanations to the submitted works, altogether one A4 page maximum (optional)– At most three exhibition catalogues (collective catalogues only if your works cannot be presented in a different way)– At most three video cassettes (VHS) or DVDs, each recording no longer than 15 min.The application materials should not exceed a total weight of 2 kg incl. packing. The Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral is not responsible for submitted application material.Applications by e-mail will not be accepted.Send filled form with your application documents. Applications without a filled application form will not be accepted.Application form for 3-month scholarshipsApplication form for 6-month scholarshipsSend your application to:Künstlerhaus Schloss BalmoralVillenpromenade 1156130 BAD EMSGERMANYThe participants will be contacted by e-mail.The deadline is 13 July, 2012.The Official Website LinkedIn 0 One thought on “Balmoral Scholarships 2013 Bad Ems, Germany” ATLAS CORPS PROGRAMSlast_img read more