South African Cultural Observatory

ACT calls for applications for once-off grants

BY 11.05.17

THE Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is now open for applications for grants disbursed through its restructured funding programme.

 

ACT invites applications from South African arts and culture organisations, networks, associations, individuals and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises based in the Northern Cape, Limpopo, North West, Free State, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal.

 

Funded by the Nedbank Arts Affinity Programme, ACT makes once-off grants of R30 000 available for projects that aim to achieve transformation through the arts, enterprise development and/or skills transfer.

 

Projects in any of the following disciplines are eligible:

- Literature

- Dance

- Music

- Visual Art

- Theatre

- Arts Education

- Arts Administration

- Multi-disciplinary (a combination of one or more of the above)

 

The following will NOT be considered for once-off grants:

- International and/or continental travel.

- Projects that do not have arts or culture as a core element.

- Projects that have social issues as a core element.

- Organisations/projects/individuals not based in or operating in the targeted areas in South Africa.

- Activities that have already taken place or that commence before the outcome of the application is available.

 

Dates:

Projects taking place between October 2017 and October 2018 are eligible for application in the funding cycle below.

 

- Applications open: 10 May 2017

- Applications close: 31 July 2017

- Outcomes available: 04 September 2017

 

Follow the link below to submit an application:

http://www.act.org.za/programmes/development-grants.html

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