Young Arab Theatre Fund call for applications


Young Arab Theatre Fund call for applicationsThe Young Arab Theatre Fund (YATF) would like to invite you to apply for the Production and Touring programs (performances, exhibitions…) before the next deadline, on the 1st of January 2012. These programs are open to young artists working in the contemporary arts field (theatre, dance, music, installation, video…).

YATF would also like to recall that the next deadline for the Independent Cultural Spaces grants programs is the 15th of January 2012.

Since its establishment, YATF has been playing a leading role in supporting and encouraging independent cultural spaces in the Arab world through its grants program (3 annual calls for proposals for production and touring and an annual call for independent spaces), as well as the Informal Meeting of Independent Cultural Spaces taking place every 2 years and aiming at facilitating networking and exchange between different venues and operators across the region. The last edition took place in Marseille in October 2011, in collaboration with Marseille-Provence European Capital of Culture 2013.

 



Application forms and guidelines are available on YATF website
For further info:
grants@yatfund.org
www.yatfund.org


 

 

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