The Commonwealth Foundation has opened a call for grant applications. The funding is for sustainable development projects that contribute to effective, responsive and accountable governance with civil society participation. The grant focuses on four areas namely; Creative Expression, Capacity Development, Constructive Engagement, and Learning and Sharing.
The changing political landscape in our region requires a robust response from civil society. In 2014, OSISA developed a new five-year strategy that speaks to our changing context and has opened its first call to receive grant applications for the 2016 strategy year. We are open to receive applications under this call until the 31 March 2016.
The U.S. Embassy South Africa and the Cultural Heritage Center of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. State Department are pleased to announce the 2016 call for proposals for the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) Competition.
The Creative Industries Strategy aims to develop the creative industries and increase contribution to the economy, community development and urban regeneration.
The National Arts Council hereby invites individuals and registered arts organisations in the disciplines of theatre, dance, music, visual arts, craft, literature and multi-discipline to submit their applications for project funding.
The National Arts Council (NAC) is inviting registered arts organisations/companies active in the disciplines of Craft, Dance, Literature, Multi-discipline, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts to apply for three year Arts Organisation Support Funding.
OPEN NOW: 2016 call for funding applications. Micro-grants for Southern African artists and arts practitioners.
Department of Artistic Exchanges and Cooperation - Institut Français (Paris)
The National Arts Council invites post graduate students and registered education and training institutions that are involved in studies or provide tuition in the fields of theatre, dance, crafts, literature, music and visual arts to submit applications for bursary funding.
ANFASA, the Academic and Non-Fiction Authors’ Association of South Africa, announces the next round of the grant scheme to benefit authors of academic and general non-fiction works.
ONLY FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS, PUBLIC BENEFIT TRUSTS & NON-PROFIT COMPANIES.
The NFVF’s goal is to stimulate training and development to make the film and television industry more accessible for previously disadvantaged individuals and those with financial difficulties. This goal is achieved by awarding bursaries to students to attend various tertiary institutions world wide. Bursaries are aimed at students who are hard workers, have a passion for the industry but lack the financial resources to meet their ambition.
Thanks to the generous support of the Getty Foundation, Los Angeles, the Fundación Cisneros/Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and the Gwangju Biennale Foundation CIMAM offers 24 grants to support the attendance of modern and contemporary art curators and museum or collection directors to CIMAM’s 2015 Annual Conference, How Global can Museums be? that will be held in Tokyo, 7–9 November 2015.
The College Art Association is seeking applicants for its 2016 CAA-Getty International Program, which provides funding to fifteen art historians, museum curators, and artists who teach art history to attend its 104th Annual Conference, taking place February 3-6, 2016, in Washington D.C.
AMA is now accepting applications for projects taking place between September 15, 2015 and January 15, 2016.
Pro Helvetia Johannesburg has for some time been investing in transnational collaborations, exchanges and joint projects among organisations and creative practitioners operating across the SADC region, with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). Our investments are focused on projects, networks and platforms that have a shared interest in building a stronger regional creative fabric.
The inaugural FT/OppenheimerFunds Emerging Voices Awards aims to recognise extraordinary artistic talent in three categories – fiction literature, film-making and art across more than 100 emerging market nations.
Where cultural heritage has been adversely affected by conflict, natural or manmade disaster, the Cultural Emergency Response (CER) programme at the Prince Claus Fund can offer help. CER can consider funding proposals that aim to stabilise the situation in the immediate aftermath of disaster in countries within Africa, Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europe or the Caribbean. We act as a “cultural ambulance”, providing immediate support to halt the continued deterioration of a situation, as well as providing first relief.
The Department invites all Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreation organisations to take part in the presentation of Grants-in-Aid funding in their respective regions.