ColabNowNow Open Call

Website: https://festival-mff.com/

British Council #SouthernAfricaArts invites young digital creatives aged between 18 and 35 to take part in the second edition of ColabNowNow hosted with Maputo Fast Forward in Mozambique. ColabNowNow will select 4 digital storytellers and 4 digital artists from East, West and Southern Africa and the UK. During the Colab, the selected digital artists with the guidance of two digital facilitators, will create work to be exhibited during Maputo Fast Forward. Artists disciplines include, but are not limited to: visual/graphic artists, architects, technical artists, programmers/coders, music/sound artists, performers and animators.The Colab will cover costs for visa application, return flights, accommodation and per diem. In addition to this selected applicants will receive work space, a production budget and production support.

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Expires: August 31, 2018


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