Call for Applications: ANT Adaptation Fund (Zambia and Zimbabwe)

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Call for Applications: ANT Adaptation Fund (Zambia and Zimbabwe)


Deadline: 06-Jun-21

Pro Helvetia Johannesburg invites arts professionals and organizations in Zimbabwe and Zambia to apply for support to develop and realize adapted working practices, novel approaches to individual and organizational sustainability, and the growth of new networks and markets with the rest of the continent.

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The call aims to support adaptation to the successive shocks experienced at the level of operations, livelihoods and programming wrought by the COVID19 pandemic in the cultural field in these two countries.

Building on the experience of the ANT mobility fund over a number of years, the ANT Adaptation Fund looks for proposals that explore new ways of working in the emerging post-COVID reality of economic contraction, digital adaptation, a reduced local consumption base, ongoing challenges to infrastructure supporting the arts, and continued constraints on international mobility and touring.

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The fund supports projects and activities that involve one or more of the following areas of action supporting sustainability for individuals and organizations in Zimbabwe and Zambia:

Transnational collaboration within the region and/or continent
Accessing new audiences and markets, whether domestic, regional or more broadly international
Digital adaptation, whether at the level of creation, collaboration, distribution, monetization of artistic practice/work
Product/service development towards diversification of income streams
New approaches to partnership or collaboration between non-profit, commercial and/or public entities
Applications should relate to at least one of the following disciplines:
Performing arts (theatre, live arts, and dance);
Digital arts, gaming and new media;
Visual art, craft and design,
Literature and publishing;
Multi/cross-disciplinary applications of the arts; and
Music.
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Individual arts professionals: The maximum value of grants for individuals and informally constituted groups is USD 3 000.
Arts companies, festivals and arts organisations/businesses: The maximum value of grants for companies, festivals and arts organisations/businesses is USD 10000.
Finance can be assigned to the following types of costs/expenses:
Time: your time to develop new concepts, activities, products and projects (this should not exceed 1/3rd of the overall request; in the case of organisations this can be assigned to salaries).
Tools: materials and equipment supporting new production methods and/or digital adaptation; software and hardware supporting digital adaptation; IT and connectivity costs, etc.
Travel: Local and international travel costs supporting collaboration, project development, presentation of work, etc. (including visa and accommodation costs). Note: only Economy flights are supported; per diem costs are supported up to USD30 per day per person; Accommodation costs should not exceed USD60 per person per night.
Expertise: fees for: creative collaborators; training, mentoring and support; organisational development expertise (for organisations and companies); promotional and marketing costs, product and/or service development inputs, etc.
What are the activities that do not qualify for funding?

Activities/costs that do not qualify for funding:

Commercial or profit-oriented projects.
Training of non-professionals.
Formal education programmes or course fees (e.g. at schools, colleges or universities).
Book printing (though we could consider supporting content research or development, or audience led dissemination).
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Pro Helvetia Johannesburg invites arts professionals and organizations in Zimbabwe and Zambia to apply for support to develop and realize adapted working practices, novel approaches to individual and organizational sustainability, and the growth of new networks and markets with the rest of the continent.
Evaluation Criteria

Criteria informing the evaluation of your proposal include:

Clarity of intent and the relevance of the proposed activities to the objectives of the Regional Arts Programme.
Artistic merit/quality and the track record of the applicant artistically and professionally.
Active engagement in the proposal from collaborators/partners/hosts in the countries, with which you are engaging, and complementary in-kind or financial support from local collaborators/partners/hosts and other funders or sponsors.
The potential for the proposed activities to trigger meaningful and relevant ongoing relationships, networks and activities that can develop in the future independently of ANT Adaptation funding.
For more information, visit https://prohelvetia.org.za/en/2021/04/21/call-for-applications-ant-adaptation-fund-zimbabwe-zambia/

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