Apply for FIND Grant Programme 2018!
The reality of the world is multiple and elusive and only those who succeed in freeing themselves from various forms of dogmatism can ever hope to approach the multiple aspects of the divine.
Are you interested in India’s culture and art? This is perfect opportunity for you to learn more, enjoy and explore India’s artistic heritage together with India-Europe Foundation for New Dialogues (FIND) .
The organisation is focusing on different artistic disciplines to create opportunities for artists and researchers of different nationalities to participate in joint activities as laboratories, research project, master-classes, workshops etc.
The target participants for the programme will be equally varied, ranging from music schools, orchestras, theatrical companies, art schools to individual musicians, photographers, dancers or other artists.
Grants of up to 6,000 euros each are offered for Indian and European projects related to the work and heritage of Alain Daniélou, the founder of FIND. The main focus is on Artistic and Intellectual dialogue between India and Europe.
Projects within the main areas of FIND’s competence and interest will be given priority.
Any person over the age of 18 is eligible. Young researchers are especially welcome.
Deadline: 15 December 2017
For more information please visit: www2.fundsforngos.org/arts-and-culture/applications-open-for-india-europe-foundation
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