Fundación Botín Visual Arts Grants

Website: http://www.fundacionbotin.org/internal-grant-area/botin-foundation-visual-arts-scholarships.html?lan=en

The Fundación Botín invites applications for its new program of 8 Visual Arts Grants. Grants can be awarded for study,individual projects and artistic (non-theoretical) research and are open to artists of any nationality. Grants are given to cover a period of nine months. The total amount of the grant is € 23,000. Grant money can be used freely by the grantee (for living expenses,travel,equipment rental or purchase,and any other related production or training costs) provided expenses are related to the project they received the grant for.

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Expires: May 6, 2016


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