Arts Council Malta announces “2019 Cultural Export Fund (CEF) Travel Grants Program”


Deadline: 24 January 2019

The Arts Council Malta has announced a “Cultural Export Fund (CEF) Travel Grants Program” to support the mobility of artists and cultural operators to explore, to develop skills, to build networks, and to engage in international collaborations.

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Funding Information

Each project may be allocated a maximum of EUR 2,000.

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Benefits

The Grant will support 100% of the costs to implement the mobility project. These may include any of the following:

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  • Travel (Economy class)
  • Standard accommodation
  • Participation fees (for festivals, conferences, fairs, showcases, networking sessions, or residencies)
  • Insurance and Visa
  • Freight

Eligibility Criteria

  • Individuals and/or organisations are eligible to apply for the grants.
  • The grants address the outgoing mobility of artists and cultural operators for one or more of the following reasons:
    • Artists’/writers’ residencies;
    • “Go-see” or short-term exploration;
    • Participation in festivals, showcases, networking sessions, conferences;
    • Partner search for exchanges and collaborations

Selection Criteria

  • Artistic merit, relevance and development
  • International engagement
  • Management and Finance

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/travel-grants

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