Call for Artists : Festival International d’Art Vidéo de Casablanca (25th edition from 22 to 27 April 2019)
The Faculty of Letters and Humanities Ben M'sik of the University Hassan II Casablanca hosts the 25th International Festival of Video Art Casablanca, that will take place from 22th to 27th April 2019.
These grants support artists (individuals, collaborations, or collectives) to develop their practice. Among other activities, the grants can be used to pursue threads of research, stage an event, make new work, publish, travel, take part in a residency or workshop, or present an exhibition or performance.
The EU-funded MedFilm4all project (ENI/2016/382-699) launches its second call for proposals that will stay open from September 3 to October 18, 2018. This call for proposals will support local initiatives covering seven Southern Mediterranean countries: Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Occupied Palestinian Territory and Libya.
"Joint Project for Young Artists and Researchers"
The program is coordinated by Omar Berrada and Driss Ksikes
Deadline for submission: September, 30, 2018 at midnight.
No file received after this date will be examined
Location: Rabat-Bordeaux-Casablanca, Tetouan-Berlin-Casablanca.
In the context of international mobility and exchange of artists and cultural operators, the Roberto Cimetta Fund is running the Tamteen funding line to support the sustainability of cultural and artistic initiatives lead by Arab or Middle Eastern artists and cultural operators developing local projects (venues, networks, platforms). The fund aims to create a leverage effect that could modestly contribute to rebalancing forces between Arab/Middle Eastern and European components in the exchange, as well as strengthening and sustaining cultural exchange between Arab/Middle Eastern regions.
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Created in 2005, KLF is initiated and chaired by Kamel Lazaar, an international financier and a philanthropist, and managed by KLF CEO Lina Lazaar. A foundation under Swiss law and headquartered in Geneva, the Kamel Lazaar Foundation (KLF) has offices in London and Tunis.