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PAJ Europe - granty pro japonsko evropské performační projekty

PAJ Europe je Japonská nadace programu pro performing arts v Evropě. Nabízí podporu evropským organizacím na projekty, a sice na turné, projekty spolupráce a koprodukce. Nadace působí od roku 2006 a jejím cílem je posilování a usnadňování výměny mezi vůdčími umělci v Evropě a Japonsku.  V roce 2006-2007 bylo vybráno 11 projektů k realizaci a podpořeno celkovou sumou 175.800 Euro. Termín pro zaslání projektů, které se budou konat mezi 1.lednam 2007 a je

PAJ Europe (grants for Japan-Europe performing arts projects): deadline: 27 Oct
Posted: 05-09-2007


PAJ Europe is the Japan Foundation's Performing Arts programme for Europe, offering grants to organisations based in Europe for Japan-related performing arts projects, either Touring or Collaboration/Co-productions.

The Japan Foundation Performing Arts Japan Program for Europe was started by the Japan Foundation in 2006 to revitalize and facilitate the exchange between leading artists in Europe and Japan. The main feature of this scheme is that this grant will be made available to those organisers based in Europe who are planning to organise Japan related performing arts projects. The applications will be screened and recommendations given by an annually appointed panel of advisors who are specialists in the area of performing arts in Europe. Successful applicants will receive grants as part of the cost of implementing their project. In the year 2006-2007, 11 projects were funded under the program, for a total amount of EUR175,800.

The Japan Foundation is now accepting proposals for projects to receive touring and collaboration/co-production grants which take place between January 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008. To apply for the program, please complete the attached Application Form and submit it along with other necessary materials to the nearest Japan Foundation office no later than October 27, 2006 (receipt deadline).

OBJECTIVES

The primary objectives of PAJ Europe are:
-To support the proper introduction of carefully selected Japanese performing arts with evenly planned geographic coverage in Europe;
-To assist well-envisioned Europe-Japan collaborative projects during the creational phases of new works;
-To encourage educational forums in addition to the actual performances, such as workshops and residency activities, to acquaint European audiences with Japanese performing arts in the context of their history, culture, and development.

CATEGORIES

Two grant categories are set in the PAJ Europe program:
TOURING GRANT: assists the presentation of Japanese performing arts at multiple locations in Europe, with emphasis on locations outside major capital cities, where there is not regular exposure to Japanese performing arts.

COLLABORATION/CO-PRODUCTION GRANT: assists the collaboration of Japanese and European artists in order to create a new work that has the potential of developing into a touring project in the near future, enhancing the understanding of Japanese culture when presented to European audiences.

ELIGIBILITY

1) Applications can be accepted from performing arts related organisations, such as festivals, theaters or arts promotion companies which are based in the countries in the list attached.
2) The purpose of the proposed project must be to present Japanese performing arts and/or to conduct Europe-Japan artistic collaboration in the field of the performing arts.
3) The proposed project must be undertaken by professional artists. Non-professional members can be included, if the objective of the project is to present performing arts of high quality and not to train or educate the members.
4) The proposed project must take place between January 2007 and the end of June 2008.
5) Commitments to the proposed project must be secured from the venue and the artists concerned at the time of application.
6) Applicants are only eligible to apply for one project

The proposed project must not be used for religious or political purposes.

Applications for this program can only be accepted from groups who are based in the following countries:

Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the U.K, the Vatican.

See the website for full guidelines and to download the application form:
PAJ Europe
http://www.mcjp.asso.fr/cadrgen.html
(click on Fondation du Japon - NB website is in French but applications to be made in English)

(18.09.2007)
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