Funding opportunities for a training programme such as the Atelier are numerous at local/national level. The Festival Academy advises applicants to start researching funding opportunities at national and international level from the moment they apply.
Guide to funding opportunities
The Festival Academy advises applicants to start researching funding opportunities at national and international level from the moment they apply.
Funding opportunities for a training programme such as the Atelier are numerous at local/national level. You can have a look at general information and previous examples of participants’ funding and funding institutes here.
IETM has published a guide as well on their website to funding opportunities for arts and culture.
On The Move has also produced national and regional mobility funding guides.
Sociaal Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten (Belgium - Flanders)
Belgian festival managers who work for an organisation that belongs to PC304 can use the sectoral training grant from ‘Sociaal Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten’ to fund part of their participation in the Atelier. For more information visit www.podiumkunsten.be or contact Christa Criel at Christa.Criel@podiumkunsten.be
Arts Council Korea
South Korean Festival managers have the opportunity to be supported by the Korean Arts Council. For more information about the Council, please click here.
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Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development
The British Council and Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development are issuing a Call for Proposals to support Mobility in and from Africa, specifically prioritising young artists and cultural practitioners from a range of African countries: Botswana; Ethiopia; Ghana; Kenya; Malawi; Mauritius; Mozambique; Namibia; Nigeria; Rwanda; Senegal; Sierra Leone; South Africa; South Sudan; Sudan; Tanzania; Uganda; Zambia; Zimbabwe. More information can be found here.
Netherlands Film Funds
The Netherlands Film Fund is the national agency responsible for supporting film production and film related activities in the Netherlands. Its focus is to develop and strengthen Dutch cinema and film culture both domestically and internationally. The Film Fund offers various selective support schemes on production and distribution for minority Dutch co-productions. You can check out the different selective support schemes on their website. For any questions on these schemes, please contact Dany Delvoie.
CulturEU Funding Guide
The CulturEU Funding Guide was created by the European Commission with the intent of easing access to the funding opportunities available for the cultural and creative sectors across all the funding sources of the European Union available in 2021-2027. Once you have answered a series of questions based on the sector you are working in, the type of organisation, and the support you are looking for, the results will enable you to narrow down the relevant funding sources and calls available that best suit you. More information can be found here.
Culture Moves Europe
Culture Moves Europe connects artists, creators, and cultural professionals from the countries participating in the Creative Europe programme. The mobility scheme is particularly focused on emerging artists. Find more information here.