Asia

Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF)

The Asia Europe Foundation which aims to stimulate cultural engagement between Asia and Europe, as well as creating networking opportunities for cultural professionals to share ideas. ASEF launches its 3rd edition of ASEF Creative Networks project to strength cultural networks and reinforce the dialogue between cultural professionals from Asia and Europe.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here 

 

Asian Cultural Council (ACC)

The Asian Cultural Council aimes to foster cultural exchanges between the US and Asian Countries, and offers grants or financial support to organisations for projects involving these countries with an excellent commitment in arts and culture.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here 

 

Arts Network Asia (ANA)

Arts Network Asia is an enabling grant body working across borders in multiple fields that support regional artistic collaboration and develops managerial and administrative skills within Asia as well.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here 

 

Australia-China Council

The Australia-China Council established by the Australian Government aims to foster exchanges between Australia and Great China Region and supports exchange projects in the areas of education, science, economics, trade, arts and culture as well.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here 

 

National Arts Council (NAC), SINGAPORE

NAC was established in 1991 to nurture the arts and make it an integral part of life in Singapore. Grant for Market and Audience Development opens to individuals and organizations and supports events to build audience, patrons and supporters to complement artistic efforts at home and abroad.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here 

 

Singapore International Foundation (SIF), SINGAPORE

The Singapore International Foundation (SIF) makes friends for a better world. Our programmes bring people together to share ideas, skills and experiences in areas such as healthcare, education, the environment, arts and culture, as well as livelihood and business. Through our suite of cultural exchange programmes, we harness the power of arts and culture to promote understanding for an inclusive world and deliver on social impact.

The Singapore Internationale (SI) is an arts and culture grant that supports the presentation of Singapore's creative works overseas and Arts for Good projects that will bridge Singapore and world communities. Projects should promote awareness of Singapore's culture, as well as share best practices and enable actions for positive change through arts and culture.

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India Foundation for the Arts (IFA), INDIA

IFA gives grants for individuals and organizations that address issues of sustainability in the arts, strengthen networks and support artists in adverse environment.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here

 

Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, JAPAN

The Foundation is a charity from the United Kingdom and was established in 1988 with liberal donations from Daiwa Securities Co. Ltd. Its purpose is to support closer relations between Britain and Japan. The Foundation supports individuals and institutions in the UK and Japan in all areas of the visual and performing arts, the humanities among others. For the arts and culture field, there are two types of programs: Daiwa Foundation Small Grants and Daiwa Foundation Awards.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here

 

Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, JAPAN

The Foundation is interested in the United Kingdom-Japan relations to enhance mutual appreciation and understanding of each other’s culture, society and achievements. Artistic exchanges/ residencies are particularly encouraged and funded in the field of arts and culture.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here

 

Pola Art Foundation, JAPAN

The Foundation aims to contribute to arts and culture in Japan through funding subsidies and operating the Pola Museum of Art. The Foundation provides grants for young artists, museum staff and activities or conferences related to international exchange in the field of art.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here (only in Japanese)

 

Seoul Foundation for the Arts and Culture (SFAC), KOREA

The SFAC was founded in 2004 to enhance the lives of citizens through cultural events and arts, and to foster Seoul’s international competitiveness. It’s a place to promote the arts and culture of Seoul to the world as well as the place to encourage the international culture to Seoul. It offers Arts Support Programs and International Exchange to support creative art activities.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here

 

Arts Council Korea (ARKO), KOREA

ARKO is a state funded non-profit organization. It aims to make the arts more central to the lives of the Korean citizens by supporting arts organizations and artists in and abroad through grant-giving services and programmes.

Examples: Grant for Alternative Non-Profit Space, Grant for International Exchange of Arts and Culture, and Grant for Developing International Artist in Residence Programs in Korea.

To find out more about:

  • applications, click here
  • previous funding projects, click here


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Last update: February, 2017.