More funding resources


Arquetopia

When selected, Arquetopia, a Mexican artist in residence network, also provides help with funding opportunities for artists worldwide.


Videobrasil Residency Program

The Videobrasil Residency Program is tailored around the prizes awarded by the biennal Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil and by Videobrasil in Context, sponsoring connections and exchange between artists, organizations and communities in Brazil and the world over. By awarding scholarships and commissioning artworks, Videobrasil intends to help usher in a new artistic and cultural cartography with artists from the global south.

 

Funding in South America

Funding in South America


Regional funds


Iberescena

Iberescena is a program created for the support, exchange and integration of Latin American performing arts activities. The fund aims to promote the creation of an integrated space for performing arts in its member states, through funding and financial support. It offers financial aid for Ibero-American performing arts creation process residencies. Members states are listed here.

www.iberescena.org

Eligiblity: performing artists from the member states.


Prince Claus Fund

Based on the principle that culture is a basic need, the Prince Claus Fund’s mission is to actively seek cultural collaborations founded on equality and trust, with partner of excellence, in spaces where resources and opportunities for cultural expression, creative production and research are limited and cultural heritage is threatened. Check the website for open calls for proposals.

www.princeclausfund.org

Eligibility: dependent on the call.


Bi- and multilateral


Agencia Mexicana de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

The Agencia Mexicana de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AMEXCID) grants the Merit Awards for Special Programs for International Students. By means of this grant, the Mexican government intends to contribute to the construction of permanent bridges of dialogue and to enrich academia and Mexican culture in the long term. It attempts to do so by inviting and supporting international researchers, academics, experts and artists, who have worked in field topics related to Mexico with the goal to further deepen academia in the country. The project should take place in Mexico and the applicant should collaborate with a Mexican resident or institution for the project concerned.

www.gob.mx/amexcid/

Eligibility: international individual artists who work on a project together with a Mexican resident or institution.


Per country


Argentina

El Fondo Nacional de las Artes grants scholarships aimed at Argentinian artists and writers to support and promote creation programs, research and development.

www.fnartes.gob.ar

Eligibility: national artists and writers.


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