Grant from African Culture Fund for African Art Projects Valued 10,000

Deadline : 12 Oct 2019

Nonprofit organization: African Culture Fund

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Grant from African Culture Fund for African Art Projects Valued 10,000

The African Culture Fund invites the talented to submit their proposals in performing art, cinema, and visual arts.

Proposals Areas:

  • Performing arts: The projects involved in this call are activities and projects of creation, production, and dissemination of works and capacity building in the field of the performing arts. The current call concerns the following performing arts: music, dance, and theater.
  • Visual arts: The projects involved in this call are activities and projects of creation, production, and dissemination of works and capacity building in the field of visual arts. This call concerns traditional visual arts, photography, digital art, decorative arts (textile art, design, marquetry…) as well as all pre-production, production, post-production, dissemination and distribution concerning the following cinematographic and audiovisual disciplines; Fiction/animation (short films, medium-length films, feature films or series), Documentaries (unitary or series), and Art videos.

Evaluation Criteria:

The committee evaluates the applications according to four criteria:

  • The originality/innovation/ creativity of the project or concept ;
  • The technical quality of the file;
  • The financial quality of the project ;
  • The relevance/sustainability of the project or concept in relation to the African or regional context.

Finding:

For any request made in this call, the maximum budget is $ 10,000. Projects must be completed for a period not exceeding 18 months. ACF does not grant mobility grants. However, travel expenses can be covered when they are part of the implementation of a project.

African Culture Fund:

The African Culture Fund is an initiative that defends a continent’s desire to write new narratives and take its rightful place on the world stage through the voice of its unique culture. Indeed, the sources of financing for culture remain fluctuating, random and dispersed in Africa despite the efforts made by African governments and financial partners in the sector (foundations, international organizations, etc.). This situation makes the activity of culture financing very complex, as much for the financial partners as for the projects carriers. The creation of a continental instrument for financing art and culture is therefore becoming a priority for Africa. The Fund aims to contribute to the writing and the establishment of new narratives of positive social change in Africa through innovative projects that it finances.

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