Young Arab Theatre Fund's grants for artists

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International non-profit arts association Young Arab Theatre Fund (YATF) offers grants to comtemporary artists.

Founded in 2003 in Brussels, YATF aims to create opportunities for artists and arts practitioners from or living in the Arab world, and/or engaged with the Arab world.

Grants for Artists are open to individuals, collaborations, or collectives who wish to make research, stage an event, present an exhibition or performance, publish, travel, take part in a residency or workshop among other activities.

Approximately ten grants are awarded each year, with an average value of 5000 euros.

 Conditions:

 - Applicants must come from the field of contemporary arts (all disciplines are welcome).

 - Activities or projects can take place anywhere in the world, but must be by artists or arts practitioners from or living in the Arab world, and/or engaged with the Arab world.

 - The proposal must be achievable and completed within twelve months of the grant submission deadline. 

Deadline:

April 1, 2015 / October 1, 2015

For more information and application: http://www.yatfund.com/

 


 

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