2022/2023 Goethe-Institut International Coproduction Fund for Artists ( €25,000 in funding)
The International Coproduction Fund (IKF), established in 2016, funds coproductions worldwide that grow out of collaborative and dialogue-based working processes in the fields of music, dance, theatre and performance art. We use this fund to promote innovative productions and international cultural exchange as well as new approaches to intercultural collaboration and networking.
The IKF provides funding for international coproductions that are likely to be of high artistic calibre and to have some impact on the respective arts scene. Hybrid and interdisciplinary formats and the use of digital media may be important elements of these coproductions. Collective artistic development of the project is a prerequisite, which is the reason why we don’t provide funding for projects that involve nothing but guest performances, tours or appearances at festivals.
Funding for 2022/2023 Goethe-Institut International Coproduction Fund
Available to professional performing artists, ensembles and initiatives in Germany and non-German-speaking countries in the fields of theatre, dance, music and performance art with insufficient means of their own to realize an international coproduction
In particular, Goethe welcome applications for funding from developing and transition countries.
- The projects for which funding is requested must centre on the performing arts (no exclusively film- or exhibition-based projects).
- Calibre of the project
- Standing of the participating artists in their performing arts scene
- Budget showing own/third-party funding and a sound financial plan
- Balanced project partnership, artistic collaboration
- At least one performance outside of Germany and, if possible, in Germany, too
- Project period should not exceed 24 months.
How To Apply
The applicant or first coproducer must be an artist or ensemble from a non-German-speaking country. They are to serve as the main contact for the project, conclude the agreement with the local Goethe-Institut and manage the grant money. The applicant may be an individual or a legal entity (company, association etc.).
IKF funding requires collaboration between at least two parties, one of whom must be an artist or ensemble from Germany. Involving third parties and other coproducers is not a prerequisite for coproduction funding, but does improve your chances of obtaining a grant. We deliberately use « coproducer » in a broad sense: what is decisive is that a coproducer should make a substantial contribution to the production.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Goethe-Institut International Coproduction Fund 2022/2023
The Application Deadline is 7th November 2022
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