Arts Council Malta: 2019 Cultural Export Fund (CEF) Presentation and Touring Grants Program

Deadline: 22 March 2019

The Arts Council Malta has announced a “Cultural Export Fund (CEF) Presentation and Touring Grants Program” to support the export of artistic work and/or international tours of Maltese or Malta-based artists working in the sector.

Aims

The aims of the fund are:

  • To share creative excellence with international audiences
  • To foster transnational cultural cooperation with international programmers and presenters
  • To increase the potential of sustainable activity in the cultural and creative sectors through export
  • To support a geographic spread of artistic and/or cultural work from Malta
  • To sustain and develop professional work.

Funding Information

Each project may be allocated a maximum of EUR 8,000.

Benefits

The fund will support 80% of the costs to implement the mobility project. Costs may include any of the following:

  • Travel (Economy class)
  • Standard accomodation
  • Production fees (rental of venue/s and/or equipment)
  • Insurance and Visa
  • Freight

Eligibility Criteria

  • Individuals and/or organisations are eligible to apply for the fund. One-off presentations and tours are eligible to apply.
  • The work proposed needs to have already been presented at least once.
  • Priority will be given to:
    • Presentation & touring at significant festivals and venues
    • Work developed in collaboration or in co-production with national or international partners
    • Work that forms part of the applicant’s long-term plan for international engagement.

Selection Criteria

  • The artistic merit of the project
  • International engagement and collaboration
  • The professional and financial management of the mobility project

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

Eligible Country: Malta

For more information, please visit https://www.artscouncilmalta.org/funds/cultural-export-fund/presentation-and-touring#fund-title

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