British Council: International Collaboration Grant Program for Arts Professionals

Deadline: 30 April

Floating Gold is a collaborative project created with the support of the British Council by three artists: Peni Candra Rini (Indonesia), Rangga Purnama Aji (Indonesia), and Gamelan Naga Mas (Scotland)

International Collaboration Grants support the creation of new cultural collaborations between UK artists, arts professionals, and organizations and their peers around the world.

This grant program encourages new bilateral and multilateral partnerships, providing funding to enable organizations to create and develop creative projects with their international peers, and help individual artists find innovative ways of collaborating. Available grants range between £25,000 and £75,000 and are now open for applications.

Applications must demonstrate genuine international collaboration and deliver explicit benefits to participating UK artists, organizations, and their international partners. Projects can address any theme, and should follow the principles of diversity, inclusion, and environmental sustainability in the delivery of the project.

Each project should include at least one UK-based organization and one organization in one of the eligible countries, including Albania, Cuba, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Morocco, and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. See the complete list of countries and application tips on the British Council's website.