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MASARAT: Grants for Artists and Cultural Initiatives Programme

MASARAT: Grants for Artists and Cultural Initiatives Programme

Deadline: 7-Feb-21

The British Council is pleased to announce an open call for applications for the Masarat: Grants for Artists and Cultural Initiatives programme.

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The Masarat Grants programme seeks to respond to the needs of artists and cultural practitioners in Iraq, Jordan Lebanon, Palestine, Syria and Yemen, providing financial support to enable continued production and project work in very difficult circumstances.

Masarat aims to strengthen artistic practice through supporting production, training and/or showcasing activities. Selected grantees will also be given opportunities to build their professional networks and make new connections with the UK and the Arab world.

This programme is open to applications from all art forms including but not limited to; Architecture, Design, Fashion, Film, Literature, Music, Theatre, Dance and Visual Arts.

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Masarat will award 20 grants of between 4000 and 10,000 GBP, with a minimum of 3 grants awarded in each of the eligible countries.

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This grant scheme is open to Iraqi, Jordanian, Lebanese, Palestinian, Syrian and Yemeni artists, creatives and cultural practitioners to support creative projects in these countries.
Applications will be accepted from individual artists, groups or collectives and registered organisations.
In the case of organisational applicants, please note that this grant is designed to support artist development so only projects that directly support and work with local artists are eligible to apply.
Both the artist and the creative project should be based in one of the six eligible countries. Artists from Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, and Yemen can apply with projects based in any of these six eligible countries. For example, a Syrian artist based in Lebanon or a Yemeni artist based in Jordan is eligible to apply.
For more information, visit https://www.britishcouncil.jo/en/events/masarat-grants-for-artists-and-cultural-initiatives


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