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Project support

Indianoceanic mobility fund

Call for applications open
From 24 August 2020 to 24 August 2021
French professionals / Foreign professionals
The Fonds de mobilité Indianocéanique (Indianoceanic mobility fund) is a programme of the Africa and Caribbean cultural cooperation mission of the Institut français with the support of the Ministry of Culture (Directorates of cultural affairs of Reunion and Mayotte and the Directorate-General for Artistic Creation).

This programme supports mobility within the Indianoceanic region (Indian Ocean Commission * members countries and overseas departments of France in the Indian Ocean) and towards Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya. Recipients benefit from air fare coverage up to €1,500 and repatriation insurance.
Call for applications open until 24/08/2021
Terms and conditions

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Applications must be submitted by a natural person for a professional mobility as part of a cultural or artistic project.

Application deadline: each application must be submitted at the latest one and a half months before the start date of the mobility period and until August 24, 2021.

Selection committee:  applications will be reviewed in order of priority, you will receive a response the month following your application.

Period of mobility: clear (between August 24, 2020 and August 24, 2021).

 

Contact

Manon Barbe

Project manager for Africa and Caribbean cultural cooperation

Development and Artistic Cooperation Department

manon.barbe@institutfrancais.com

 

Priority will be given to mobility for: participation in leading events, trainings, markets development, professionals' participations in transnational networks, research works and artistic collaborations, invitations to debates, conferences or seminars, crossed residencies.

It is open to the following candidates:

Culture professionals or artists living in one of the overseas departments of France in the Indian Ocean or in one of the Indian Ocean Commission* members countries or in Mozambique, or Tanzania or Kenya.

It includes the following disciplines:

Architecture, artistic training, arts, cinema, circus, comic books, dance, debates, design, digital arts, fashion, intangible cultural heritage, landscaping, literature, multidisciplinary projects, museum & patrimony, music, photography, puppet arts, street arts, visual arts, theatre, training for culture related professions, urban planning, video games.

 

*Comoros; Madagascar; Mauritius; France with Reunion island; Seychelles.