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Guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of artists and culture professionals - Africa
Guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of artists and culture professionals - Africa
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Type 전체 Continent Africa
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E-launch of the Guideto funding opportunities for the international mobility
of artists and cultureprofessionals
- Africa


Art Moves Africa, Korea ArtsManagement Service and On the Move are very pleased to present the Guide to funding opportunities for theinternational mobility ofartists and culture professionals – Africa. 

The main objective of this culturalmobility funding guide is to provide an overview of the funding bodies andprogrammes that support the international mobility of artists and culturaloperators from Africa and travelling to Africa. It also aims to provide inputfor funders and policy makers on how to fill the existing gaps in funding for internationalcultural exchange. All in all 87 fundingorganisations and 133 funding schemes related to Africa are listed togetherwith 38 funding bodies and 48 funding schemes with an international outreach aswell as key resources on mobility funding for artists and culturalorganisations. 

This guide is modelled on the guidesto funding opportunities for the international mobility of artists and cultureprofessionals in Europe, Asia, the Arab Region and the USA.[1]In the Africa guide you will find funding opportunities relevant to mostartistic and cultural disciplines, classified by types of fundingorganisations. The list includesonly regular funding opportunities, whose terms and application procedures are accessibleonline, and that cover travel costs (partially or completely). 

This guide – whose information wasmostly compiled between August-December 2015 by Lara Bourdin, researcher forArt Moves Africa (AMA), in close collaboration with Marie Le Sourd from On theMove (OTM) and thanks to the support of the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS)– is an attempt to gather all the resources in one document. It draws onextensive online research as well as on previously completed studies: namely,AMA’s studies on mobility and touring in East Africa (2011, 2012) and CentralAfrica (2015), and the Cultural Mobility Funding Guide – Focus on the 13 ArabCountries (by the Arab Education Forum with OTM with the support of Korea ArtsManagement Service).[2]  

Theinformation is organised according to the following structure:
1) Organisations and funding bodies based in Africa
2) International organisations with an African focus
3) Global South-focused organisations
4) Bilateral and multi-lateral cooperation schemes
5) International prizes, residencies and other support schemes
6) Resources

While the guide’s focus is onAfrica, the resources in sections 3 and 5 can also be useful for other worldregions, in particular the Global South. 

A French version of the AfricaCultural Mobility Funding guide will be available in Spring 2016 thanks to thesupport of the Ministry of Culture and Communication-France. 

Weblinks: 
http://on-the-move.org/funding/africa/ 
http://www.artmovesafrica.org/projects
 http://eng.theapro.kr/MA/ 

Contact for questions and suggestions: Marie Le Sourd (mobility@on-the-move.org)
ArtMoves Africa 

Art Moves Africa (AMA) is an internationalnot-for-profit organisation that aims to facilitate cultural and artisticexchanges within the African continent. AMA offers travel grants to artists,arts professionals and cultural operators living and working in Africa totravel within the African continent in order to engage in the exchange ofinformation, the enhancement of skills, the development of informal networks,and the pursuit of cooperation. 

AMA is also active as a research body and as apurveyor of information on cultural mobility opportunities for African culturalprofessionals. It conducts regular studies on cultural mobility and touring inthe various African regions, administers the Mobility Hub Africa (aninformation platform on the arts and culture in Africa), and shares mobilityopportunities through its Facebook page. 

AMA isfunded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Stichting Doen. 

http://artmovesafrica.org/ 

KoreaArts Management Service 

KoreaArts Management Service
Sinceits inception in 2006, Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) has been strivingto enhance the potential of Korean arts by conducting research and surveys,offering consulting services, running educational programmes, and dispensingknowledge and information to arts management professionals. By staying on thecusp of global arts trends, KAMS has developed unique strategies forinternational exchange with different regions and adds value to the arts inthese exchanges through a collaborative network with its overseas partners. KAMShopes that by taking advantage of our information base and network, artists andothers in the arts field can break new ground in the art market and find newvalue that they can share with one another. 

KAMS issupported by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. 

theApro 

Youcan visit the English site of http://theApro.kr,for news, issues, directories, a programme bank, and your window to Koreancommunity. Channelling inclusive and extensive information on the Koreanperforming arts scene, the site facilitates a platform for both on- andoff-line communities to share information, ideas, knowledge and experiences, aswell as opportunities for international exchanges. 

http://gokams.or.kr/
http://theApro.kr
Contact for questions and suggestions: BoyeonShin (byshin@gokams.or.kr) 

On theMove 

On the Move (OTM) aims to facilitatecross-border mobility in the arts and culture sector, contributing to thebuilding of a vibrant European shared cultural space that is strongly connectedwith the rest of the world. Born asa website, it has evolved into a network which now includes 35+ member organisationsin Europe and beyond.
OTM shares information on cultural mobilityopportunities and funding on a free and regular basis, through its website,monthly e-newsletters and social media platforms; co-produces free guides andtoolkits on cultural mobility and related topics; tackles cultural mobilitychallenges (e.g., visas, administrative and environmental issues) throughreports and meetings, and occasionally co-organises training and events for itsmembers and associated partners. 

On theMove is funded by the Ministry of Culture and Communication-France and RelaisCulture Europe, as well as through project grants from the Asia-EuropeFoundation, Korea Arts Management Service, IETM, GALA project and networks/artand culture-related organisations. 

http://on-the-move.org 

[1] http://on-the-move.org/funding/
[2] http://artmovesafrica.org/mobility-touring-east-africa
http://artmovesafrica.org/mobility-and-touring-central-africa
http://on-the-move.org/funding/arabcountries/

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