Foundation / Corporation
Japan Foundation Los Angeles (JFLA)
12/01/21 5:00 PM EST Receipt
Grants to USA art institutions and museums in multiple states to exhibit Japanese works of art to overseas audiences. Funding may be used for travel costs, packing and shipping costs, and catalogue production costs associated with the international exhibitions. Funding is intended for exhibitions that originate in the 37 states east of the Rocky Mountains, plus Washington, DC.
This program is designed to provide financial assistance for overseas museums and art institutions to help them organize exhibitions introducing Japanese art and culture to audiences overseas. In addition, this program is designed to provide financial assistance for overseas international exhibitions such as biennials/triennials introducing Japanese artists and their works.
(1) The grant is provided for exhibitions that will open during FY2022 (between April 1, 2022, and March 31, 2023) under the condition that plans and methods for implementing the project are appropriate and that there is sufficient expectation that the project will yield positive results. Eligible projects are exhibitions that will:
a. Introduce Japanese art and culture, planned and executed by foreign museums or art institutions abroad; or
b. Introduce Japanese artists and works in the framework of international art exhibitions such as biennials and triennials; or
c. Be created through artist-in-residence programs abroad and promote exchange among local citizens, artists, curators, and researchers, with a clear concept and concrete plan for exhibitions.
a. Packing and shipping costs (excluding insurance costs);
b. Catalogue production costs (including digital catalogue costs, for international exhibitions, support for catalogue production will be partial, based on the ratio of Japanese artists); and
c. Traveling costs for dispatched or invited artists, curators, and specialists (airfare, train fare and accommodation fees).
GrantWatch ID#: 164763
The grant is provided for exhibitions that will open between April 1, 2022 and March 31, 2023.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to:
Attn: Exhibitions Abroad Support Program
The Japan Foundation, New York
1700 Broadway, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10019
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