If you are an artist, apply for the Goethe-Institut International Coproduction scheme to receive funding for coproduction with an international artist in your field.
Selected artists will be granted sufficient resources to actualize their projects with their intercultural partners.
Application Deadline: October 15th, 2020.
Selected artists will
The coproduction fund scheme is open to professional artists from Germany and everywhere else around the world that are interested in collaborative artistic works(except Austria and Switzerland).
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You can apply for the International Coproduction Fund using an online form only available in English and to be submitted in English.
View this blank application form for an example of the structure of the online form
The online application form will be available here by the beginning of September(depending on the state of the pandemic).
The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, globally active in promoting international cultural exchange.
The International Coproduction Fund was established to foster innovative genius artistic collaboration involving partnership with a view to reveal new forms of creativity in intercultural collaborations.
The scheme is open to artists working in theatre, dance, music and performance art, and basically professional artists abroad and in Germany, that lack sufficient resources to realize their coproduction project on their own.
The Goethe-Institut’s Culture Department is responsible for administering the International Coproduction Fund.
The deadline for application is 23:59 (CET – Time in Germany) by 15 October 2020.
The employees of the music and theatre/dance departments carefully examine all the applications received both on their formal criteria, as well as on their compliance with the objectives or award criteria of the International Coproduction Fund.
Then, after the end of the application period, the applications that have been accepted will be submitted to an independent expert committee.
The five-member jury consists of alternating representatives of the advisory boards of the Goethe-Institut, international experts and a representative of the Goethe-Institut abroad.
The projects submitted should embrace only the performing arts (no outright film or exhibition projects). Selection criteria include:
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