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Exploring the Intersection of Cultural & Artistic Responses to Environmental Crisis (CAREC) Funding Available (€10,000 Grant)

Exploring the Intersection of Cultural & Artistic Responses to Environmental Crisis (CAREC) Funding Available (€10,000 Grant)

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Exploring the Intersection of Cultural & Artistic Responses to Environmental Crisis (CAREC) Funding Available (€10,000 Grant)

Cultural & Artistic Responses to the Environmental Crisis (CAREC) is a year-long programme aimed at accelerating engaged community-based cultural practices with a focus on climate justice that acknowledge the social, political and economic dimensions of the environmental crisis.

Through this programme, we create an interdisciplinary platform to support critical artistic work, connect engaged practitioners, stimulate cross-disciplinary exchange, and centre non-hegemonic forms of knowledge to envision alternative models of climate justice worldwide.

To encourage collaboration within the cohort and to support each artist in their individual practice, this programme incorporates various forms of interaction, including workshops, guest talks, and peer-to-peer sessions. Since participants come from different locations, most activities are conducted online. However, twice during the programme, they convene in person for two Lab Weeks, which are week-long mentoring intensives. Additionally, there is a collective project in the form of a publication and a web space.

The programme activities require an average time commitment of 10 hours per month, though this varies throughout the year. Moreover, participants should be comfortable sharing ideas in spoken English to foster a space of mutual learning and exchange.

Award for Cultural & Artistic Responses to the Environmental Crisis (CAREC)

  • Each artist receives an award of €10.000 to work on the concept for a body of work that they outline in their application.

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  •  Open to mid-career artists and cultural practitioners (± 8-15 years of relevant professional experience)
  • If the applicant has received a Mentorship Award from the Prince Claus Fund, they are ineligible to reapply. 
  • You are only eligible to apply if they are from and based in one of the Prince Claus Fund eligible countries

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Criteria for Selection

Submission will be reviewed by external advisors and the selection committee considering the points below:

  • Original: the work is innovative and artistically interesting;
  • Transformative: the work engages with pressing social and political issues, is challenging and thought-provoking, and aims to create lasting change;
  • Context-specific: the work is important in, and relevant to, the local context;
  • Inclusive: the work is linked to the ultimate aim of more inclusive societies, connecting people in ways that resist marginalisation, oppression, and division;
  • Impactful: the award will make a real difference to the professional development, engagement and impact of the individual’s practice;
  • Potential to accelerate: the individual has the potential to become a leader in the field, the work is engaged and focused on relevant social issues within its context.

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Application for Cultural & Artistic Responses to the Environmental Crisis (CAREC)

The deadline for the submission of project applications is 21 March 2024,


Type of Opportunity Competitions and Awards
Deadline21 March,2024
Organizer Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development
Contact the organizer+31.20.3449.160



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