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The Rave Foundation awards scholarships to young curators, restorers, museum technicians, cultural managers from transformation and developing countries who have arranged a guest period, a practical training or non-paid work at a museum, at a non-commercial gallery or at a non-commercial cultural institution in Germany. The Rave Scholarship is a working scholarship and requires the holder’s presence. It includes the travel costs to and from Germany. Deadline: 15 September each year.
TH!NK is designed as an art+architecture camp within the sub-Saharan landscape. This camp is intended to bring together participants from diverse cultures to explore the relationship between art and architecture to generate a modern structure using sustainable materials from the local environment such as earth, straw, stone, wood, and recycled/reused materials. There is no deadline for applications. Find out all the details!
The Mawa3eed program, launched in 2006, is a fund for partially financing travel expenses of up to 5,000 USD for Arab artists to present artistic work or to take part in cultural and artistic events and activities at multiple, diverse cultural spaces in the region. Applications are accepted throughout the year and the evaluation will be on four separate dates, in March, June, September and December.
The Arts Development Fund administered by the Hong Kong Home Affairs Bureau aims at advancing cultural exchanges between Hong Kong and other places, promoting local arts and culture, and enhancing Hong Kong’s international image. Individual/organisation applicants must be Hong Kong residents or registered local organisations, on official invitations abroad. The grants cover part of the travel and other costs.
The Artists' international development programme is a £750,000 fund, jointly funded by the British Council and Arts Council England. The programme offers early stage development opportunities for individual freelance and self employed artists based in England to spend time building links with artists, organisations and/or creative producers in another country.