Call for applications: 2022 Prince Claus Seed Awards

21 januari, 2022|Call, English, Internationaal|

(bron: Prins Clausfonds) Image © Souleymane Kone, Ciel K The Prince Claus Fund is excited to issue the 2022 open call for the Prince Claus Seed Awards The Prince Claus Fund annually recognizes 100 emerging artists and cultural practitioners within the first five years of their careers with Prince Claus Seed Awards. Through this, we aim to create space for emerging artists to experiment and develop new perspectives on societal challenges within their practice on their own terms.  For the Prince Claus Seed Awards, we are looking for emerging artists and cultural practitioners whose innovative work addresses pressing social and/or political issues within their own context.  Recipients are free to invest the Award of €5.000 [...]

Register to attend Sound Connects Fund digital launch

2 juli, 2021|Call, English, Nieuws|

(bron: The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF), in partnership with Goethe-Institut South Africa, is inviting cultural and creative industry stakeholders to register to attend the online launch of the Sound Connects Fund on 6 July. The launch will feature a panel discussion with representatives from the MIAF, Goethe-Institut and the Sound Connects Fund project team. The €4m Sound Connects Fund is a multifaceted initiative aiming to accelerate development and increase the capacity of the cultural and creative sectors in Southern Africa by offering financial support in the form of different sized grants. The fund is earmarked for cultural organisations based in Angola, Botswana, eSwatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, [...]

Call for applications: Goethe-Institut International Co-production Fund

18 maart, 2021|Call, English, Internationaal, Nieuws, Oproepen|

(bron: Music in Afrika) The Goethe-Institut head office in Munich, Germany, is calling on artists, ensembles and institutional partners in the fields of music, theatre, dance and performance art to submit joint applications with German counterparts for its International Co-production Fund. The fund is targeted at professional artists and ensembles abroad and in Germany, who are planning a joint project and demonstrably lack sufficient resources to realise their co-production without assistance. The International Co-production Fund promotes projects of a high artistic calibre and considerable public impact. The results of the collaborative efforts are to be presented in a professional setting abroad, if possible also in Germany. The funding cannot offer full financing, that is why an application [...]