04.03.2019

Mobility Fund by Prince Claus Fund

The Fund is currently closed. Stay tuned for further updates. 

The Prince Claus Fund’s Mobility Fund supports the cross-cultural exchange of artists and cultural practitioners. The Mobility Fund is now accepting applications. Find the information below on the fund.

Good additional piece of news: This year, in addition to the regular support of the Mobility Fund, the Prince Claus Fund in cooperation with Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) is issuing a mobility call specifically for artists and cultural practitioners from the following Asian countries: - Bangladesh - Pakistan - Cambodia - Philippines - Lao DPR - Vietnam - Myanmar - China - India - Kazakhstan - Indonesia - Malaysia - Mongolia - Thailand

The Prince Claus Fund and the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) are equal opportunity organisations and especially encourage women and minority groups to apply for this call. Through this joint collaboration with the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) they specifically look to support travel within Asia and between the above listed Asian countries and Europe.

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Information about the Fund below. 

By covering travel costs for artistic and cultural mobility, such as economy class plane or train tickets, the Mobility Fund assists in the professional growth and networking abilities of those it supports. It is specifically intended for emerging artists and cultural practitioners living in and travelling from countries listed in the DAC list. Please note, the Mobility Fund does not include accommodation, visa, transfer or per diem costs.

Find information about the mobility fund.

*The DAC List of ODA Recipients shows the countries and territories eligible to receive official development assistance (ODA). These consist of all low- and middle-income countries based on gross national income (GNI) per capita as published by the World Bank, with the exception of G8 members, European Union (EU) members and countries with a firm accession date for entry into the EU. The list also includes all of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) as defined by the United Nations (UN).