Supporting the Arts and Cultural Sector
The newly formed European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) Cluster in Kenya launches its inaugural project in support of the local Arts and Cultural sector. Established in 2006 to create effective partnerships and networks between the European Union National Institutes for Culture to improve and promote cultural diversity, and strengthen international dialogue and cooperation with countries outside of the European Union.
The Wasanii Waomoke Fund aims to support knowledge transfer, capacity building and networking; contribute to the creation and distribution of creative works as well as help build new audiences. The Fund will support 10 projects with a grant of up to 150,000/- KShs each to individuals and/or groups for:
the creation of innovative/experimental works of art across any discipline,
virtual programming that facilitates knowledge transfer, exchanges, and capacity building,
leveraging on digital technology and platforms to engage with audiences,
the completion of an ongoing work/project.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Open to creatives living and working in Kenya (over 18rs, individuals or groups).
The artworks/projects must not infringe the copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights of any person or entity.
The grant shall not be used for venue hire, strictly salaries or supplies.
Successful applicants agree to EUNIC Kenya members using their name and image in promotional activities related to the project in all media including print and digital, without any compensation.
Grantees consent to have their works/projects showcased to the public through either virtual or physical platforms, and reproduced in print or digital forms for showcasing, documentation, educational and promotional purposes.
Acknowledge the EUNIC Kenya support by featuring the EUNIC Kenya logo on the final work/project – in both print and digital mediums.
Grantees accept to participate in discussions to present their projects and share best practices and lessons learnt.
Successful applicants shall be asked to submit a narrative report with project evaluation at the end of their project.
EUNIC Kenya supports the efforts of creatives and their partners and shall not ask for exclusive funding rights.
EUNIC Kenya reserves the right to modify the terms and the criteria of the call should it be judged necessary.
Applications to be submitted by email to email@example.com
Call launched: Monday, 1 March 2021
Application deadline: Wednesday, 31 March 2021 (Midnight, EAT)
Successful grantees to be announced: Friday, 30 April 2021
Funds to be released by Monday, 10 May 2021
Successful projects and activities to be completed with report and evaluation submitted by Sunday, 31 October 2021.
Download the application form below...